If you are interested in this position, read more details below.
WDF Secretary General Position
This opportunity is open until January 30th, 2020 for interested parties.
This is a demanding job that requires commitment from the person performing the duties.
This includes, but not limited to, being competent with computer skills, handling membership requests, fielding questions from members or even the press, updating governance documents as well as receiving all communications directed at the WDF, preparation of the annual General Meeting and Executive meetings as well as writing the minutes.
This position is the communication and administration hub for the WDF.
This job requires a very good command of the English language in all faucets, as the official language of the WDF is English, as well as previous experience in the administration of a sports federation (preferably member darts body).
We also require that the applicants must have the approval of their member darts body in writing.
The successful application will be appointed to the position until the next General Meeting where the position will be open for election as per our Constitution.
Regards, WDF Executives
Contact us via WDF website Contact Form, select “Related to” General
Resignation Letter from Ray
Vienna 20th November 2019
It is with great regret that I must announce that I shall sadly be unable to complete my term as Secretary General of the WDF. Recent personal developments have resulted in the need for increased family commitment on my behalf and for a significant career change to make such commitment possible. This has had, and will continue to have, a substantial impact on my time capacity and also entails even greater restrictions on travel, now that I can no longer operate on a free-lance basis. I realize the inconvenience of ending my term prematurely, however the situation demands prioritization and I’m afraid I must act accordingly.
I would like to thank the entire WDF for the opportunity to be a part of such a great organization, particularly at a time when the world of darts is on the verge of some exciting changes; ones which I am convinced will be greatly beneficial to the sport on every level. I believe the WDF is on the right path to seeing darts get recognized as an Olympic sport and thereby also an officially, nationally recognized sport in countries worldwide. Platforms now exist for player representation and for our youth. I therefore urge you all to continue to show your support for the WDF Executives and new commission members as the implementation of these changes comes into play.
Thank you again for everything; I wish you all the very best in these exciting times.