Majlis Sukan Wilayah Persekutuan – Wipers or The Kuala Lumpur Sports Council was established in 1979 under the National Sports Council of Malaysia Act 1971 and National Sports Council of Malaysia (Amendment of Second Schedule) Order 1988. Then under the administration of the Kuala Lumpur City Hall, it was responsible for the development of sports programmes in the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur such as the sports development programme to hone young athletes as well as talented and high performance (elite) athletes at the national and international levels.
On 28 October 1996, the Kuala Lumpur Sports Council was removed from the Kuala Lumpur City Hall and placed under the Federal Territories Development and Klang Valley Planning Division (FTD KVPD) of the Prime Minister’s Department in accordance with the decision of the Working Committee on High Office Review (JKTT) No. 10/1996. On 27 March 2004, the Ministry of Federal Territories was established and the Federal Territories Development and Klang Valley Planning Division of the Prime Minister’s Department became part of it.
However, the establishment of the Kuala Lumpur Sports Council in 1979 did not cover the three Federal Territories of Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan, as specified in Section2(a) of the National Sports Council of Malaysia (Amendment) Act 1979 (Act A460). The section merely states the existence of the Federal Territories Sports Council and the State Sports Council, with no specific reference to the Kuala Lumpur Sports Council.
Mindful of the provisions of Act A460 as above, the Ministry of Federal Territories took the step to establish the Federal Territories Sports Council. This proposal had been approved by the Ministry of Youth and Sports through the letter KBS.BS.01/117(3) dated 21 February 2005 and its establishment was gazetted on 9 March 2006.
With the establishment of the Federal Territories Sports Council, the Kuala Lumpur Sports Council, Labuan Sports Council and Putrajaya Sports Council shall function as the District Sports Councils of the respective Federal Territories. Therefore, the administrative affairs of the Kuala Lumpur Sports Council shall fall under the responsibility of the Kuala Lumpur City Hall; the Labuan Sports Council under Labuan Corporation; and the Putrajaya Sports Council under Putrajaya Corporation. The Federal Territories Sports Council shall serve as a central body to the three Sports Councils, in charge of sports development in line with government policies, including arrangements for the selection of athletes and preparation of Federal Territory teams for the Malaysia Games (SUKMA).
Currently, there are eight (8) sports associations under the auspices of the Federal Territories Sports Council, 28 under the Kuala Lumpur Sports Council, 19 under the Labuan Sports Council, and 7 under the Putrajaya Sports Council. The Federal Territories Sports Council is responsible for the implementation of sports development programmes, training, organising of tournaments/courses/seminars, and ensuring the participation of all sports associations in the Federal Territories in local and international tournaments.
In addition, the Federal Territories Sports Council is the secretariat to the Federal Territories Contingent during the Malaysia Games (SUKMA) which is held once every two years. In terms of achievements, the Federal Territories Contingent was placed 5th during the 2008 SUKMA XII held in Terengganu.
The Federal Territories Sports Council became a federal statutory body on 1 April 2012.
Jawatan Kosong Majlis Sukan Wilayah Persekutuan
Majlis Sukan Wilayah Persekutuan invites qualified Malaysians to fill the positions as below: –
1. Pembantu Tadbir
How to apply
Completed applications should be sent to the address below:
Majlis Sukan Wilayah Persekutuan
Aras 2, Blok 1, Menara Seri Wilayah
Further information and how to apply, please follow :
Jawatan Kosong Wipers Closing Date : 15 Julai 2014