Soccer Club Job Descriptions.doc Page 2 of 7 Generally 2 per week. 2-4 hours per week during the pre-season and tournament. Treasurer—subject to the direction of the board, has general charge for the financial affairs of the WSC Duties & Responsibilities x Implement and/or maintain the bookkeeping system and accounting processes
Review budget proposals, contractor contracts, and operations of the Club on a regular basis. Appoint Committees as appropriate. Together with the Board, regularly review Mustang’s Goals Vision and Core Values and communicate this to the membership. Periodically review goals and objectives with each director.
The President shall supervise all activities of the club and the work of the officers and the Board. The President is the only officer who must serve on the Board and shall serve as the chair. Treasurer / Secretary - The Treasurer / Secretary shall be responsible for all monies of the Club which shall be deposited in a chartered bank account in the name of the Club.
Reporting game scores to the league after each game. Making arrangements for cover at practices and games to go on in his/her absence. Notify the club Director of any games that you will miss. Coordinate with the club registrar and bookkeeper when adding or removing players from your team mid-season.
manner within the club and that all club activities are in keeping with the maintenance of a safe environment. He/she will: • Monitor health and safety issues within the club and make recommendations, if necessary to the general committee. • That a number of members are trained on. an annual basis in first aid and in the use of fire extinguishers.
Attend various meetings where needed to provide expertise on soccer related matters; In conjunction with the SPF Soccer Executive Committee, assist in defining and deploying the club‘s soccer culture; Assist on disciplinary action regarding trainers, coaches, parents and players – all serious matters should be reported to the BoD
• Attends registration sessions and meetings as required to support the community soccer program • Assists as needed to support the soccer program as directed by the League such as communicating with participants, forming teams, and/or booking referees Qualifications: • Previous clerical/administrative experience
The Club Registrar manages and oversees all aspects of the registration and team creation process for the recreational soccer programs including Tiger Paws, Tiger Cubs, Passers and the older teams that play SAY soccer with other communities. This job is critical to the successful operation of the soccer program. The Club Registrar is the ‘face’ of Loveland soccer to the families and coaches who participate each season. Each season from 600 to 700 youth play soccer through these programs.