Team Leader Information

We are currently accepting EOIs for Team Leaders. Please click here to submit your interest! We will be in touch shortly regardless of if you are successful. 

If you are selected to be a Team Leader for the Krazy Kosci Klimb you will have an amazing experience and enjoy getting to know one of CPA's client and family.

As a team leader you will be working with a team of 8 people other than yourself.  Your team will consist of a lead participant (client with cerebral palsy or similar) and 3 family/friends of the lead participant and 4 people from the team sponsor.

Each year we accept up to 15 teams to participate in the Krazy Kosci Klimb


Frequently Asked Questions

Who is eligible to be a Team Leader?

To be team leader you need to be a permanent full-time or part-time employee of CPA. 

What is the selection process?

Once you have registered your interest on the website a selection committee goes through all the applications and 15 team leaders are selected.

What does a team leader do?

In the lead up to the climb (October - February)

  • Attend two team meetings organised by the Event Manager (October & February)
  • Engagement with team starts before first team meeting (September)
  • Attend an official practice walk with your team in November
  • Liaise regularly with your team
  • Actively contribute to planning/attending meetings and practice walks with team
  • Motivating team to fundraise and delegate tasks where necessary
  • Assist team with fundraising ideas and implementation
  • Be a positive role model and lead by example
  • Work with the team to achieve objectives of the Krazy Kosci Klimb
  • Be a link between team and Event Manager
  • Have fun, it is a wonderful experience!


At the Event (9 February - 11 February 2024)

  • Join your team at meal time and at briefings in Jindabyne
  • Keep people safe by providing a duty of care to all participants – monitor and report risks/hazards
  • Positively encourage participants during the climb
  • Ensure all team member’s safety and well-being is monitored.
  • Provide first aid if required
  • Ensure team members follow Standard Operating Procedures if lead participant needs assistance up and down the mountain
  • Ensure all team members are checked in at all Checkpoints

Most importantly have fun!

What do I have to pay for?

Accommodation and meals will be provided at the Jindabyne Sport & Recreation Centre on the Friday & Saturday night.  All meals will be provided at this location.

Do I have to put in Annual Leave request for the Friday?

As this is a company event,  CPA records the Friday as a work day if this is your regular work day.

Do I get Time off in Lieu for being a team leader?

The team leader role is a volunteer role so no TOIL will be given for any days

How do I get to Jindabyne?

If you have a company car as part of your package you use that car to drive down to Jindabyne.  Most team leaders carpool with other team leaders that do have a company car or borrow a pool car.