30 October 2019 | Tennis Tasmania

Tennis Tasmania is calling for nominations to fill a casual board vacancy*
*expressions of interest now closed

About the Role

The Board comprising 6 elected and 2 appointed members is responsible for overseeing the governance and strategic direction of Tennis Tasmania.

The board typically meets 6 times per year, usually at Campbell Town from 4.30pm – 7.30pm on a Wednesday.

Board members are expected to attend the annual general meeting and club forum and awards function associated with the AGM.

Director positions are voluntary.

Selection Process

Tennis Tasmania’s Board executive will oversee the process.

Both the President, Martin Turmine, and Vice President Pip Leedham, are available to discuss the role with interested applicants.

Please make contact via email with either Martin at [email protected] or Pip at [email protected] to arrange a discussion time.

To apply, please provide a two-page summary outlining how you meet the Director’s competencies along with a copy of your CV with one referee.

Expressions of interest will be due to Tennis Tasmania by 11:59pm, Wednesday 20 November 2019, emailed to the President, Martin Turmine at [email protected] with the title Tennis Tasmania EOI.

Interviews may take place with suitable candidates following the EOI process.

Candidates with the optimal skills and experience will be recommended by the Executive to the Board with a view to appointing following the November board meeting.

Vision and Purpose

Vision: More people playing tennis, more often

Aspiration: Make tennis the number one activity of choice in Tasmania


1. Participation
Support clubs, coaches and schools to get more people participating in Tennis
2. People
Attract, develop and retain great people to best serve our sport
3. Places
Create welcoming, inclusive and sustainable places for tennis
4. Promote
Promote tennis in Tasmania

Relevant Information

Tennis Tasmania Board Director Role Statement

Tennis Tasmania Board Charter

2018-19 Tennis Tasmania Annual Report

Strategic Plan for Tennis in Tasmania