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Thank you for your interest in joining Sporting Shooters Association of Australia.

With over 180,000 members in Australia, including more than 55,000 members across New South Wales, SSAA is a powerful voice for licensed, law abiding shooters.

Our aim is to promote the safe, fun and unique range of shooting sports to the community. So whether you want to be involved in target shooting, hunting or collecting we can help you get started.

And joining the SSAA has never been easier. You can now join online by visiting our Membership Portal. As well as signing up, you can also complete your renewals and change your contact details.

SSAA Membership Portal.

You can also download our Membership Form.

Download SSAA NSW Standard Branch Constitution here

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SSAA Insurance Brokers P/L (SSAAIB) is a professional brokerage servicing the needs of SSAA members and clients personal and business insurance needs.

SSAA's national office in South Australia is seeking a qualified insurance professional to join our team, and based in NSW. The full-time position includes: 
(a) Managing the general insurance needs of SSAA NSW (55,000 members & 150 branches and affiliate clubs) and clients including renewal of existing business, policy enquiries and new business opportunities;
(b) Promote the products and services of SSAAIB; and,
(c) Liaise, negotiate and develop relationships with members, clients and underwriters.

The successful candidate will possess:
(a) Tier 1 General Insurance Broking qualifications;
(b) Appropriate working knowledge of the insurance industry;
(c) Competent in Microsoft Office and Winbeat; and,
(d) Excellent customer service and communication skills.

Remuneration will be commensurate with your experience and performance. To apply, email your covering letter and CV to Trevor Jenkin This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.