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CEO Position

Author -  Karen Simpson

CEO Position

CRNZ 2.jpgCanoe Racing New Zealand (CRNZ) has an enviable history of Olympic success in sprint kayaking and anticipates strong performance in future Olympic Games and World Championships.  

With focus on continued success in the international arena, Canoe Racing New Zealand are moving their offices to Cambridge to be closer to the new High Performance Training Centre (HPTC) about to be built on the shores of Lake Karapiro.

We are now seeking a new CEO.   Reporting to the Board Chair, the Chief Executive Officer will provide leadership and direction to help the organization deliver its strategic and operating outcomes including overseeing the development of the High Performance Training Centre.

The CEO will be responsible for maintaining, developing and fostering relationships with key stakeholders including national and international organisations, commercial partners, High Performance Sport New Zealand, Sport New Zealand, clubs, members, coaches, athletes and the media.

Applications are open and close Friday 18th November.  Please follow the LINK for more information. 

 

 

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