Brunswick Zebras is a community club run for the community by Volunteers.
There are a few jobs that we would love your assistance with throughout the year.
The prime role of the team Manager is to be a communication link between the players or player’s families and your coach, between the team and the Club and between the teams within the Club.
This is a role of co-ordinator, it is best to delegate duties to families within the team, to share the load amongst the team.
All parents/carers agree to participate in rosters and other duties when they join the Club. Your job is to allocate the duties fairly, and check that they are being done.
The committee supports Team Managers by providing regular email updates regarding fixture changes, FFV news and general club news. The Team Manager Co-ordinator will assist with logging results and together with the club secretary organise occasional team managers’ meetings and be available to respond to any queries you may have.
A handbook is provided to assist all team managers.
Helping the Team Manager Co-ordinator:
This is simply helping the team manager co-ordinator have things ready at the start of the season, e.g. handing out first aid kits, match balls, etc. at the Team Manager Meeting.
First Aid Kits:
Helping make sure the first aid kits are ready prior to the start of the season, and potentially being the contact person should supplies need to be replenished during the season. The first item is the priority.
Linesperson & Referees:
All teams are asked to provide a lines person per game. This is simply running the line to assist the referee. Training can be provided. Occasionally, there may be the need for a referee for some games. Ideally, this is someone who has a good understanding of the game.
The role of the official is to escort the referee out to the game and on occasion, remind people to stay back from the side of the game.
Helping with Club Photographs:
We would love to have someone able to co-ordinate the club photos for the year. This is done in conjunction with a committee member organising the timetable. The photo days are a two-day event (two consecutive Sundays), simply being on site at Sumner Park, making sure that the teams are there on time and having everyone line up appropriately. And then a small amount of work afterwards, making sure that the photo proofs have been returned to the Photographic company. Very simple!
Co-ordinate the medals to be presented to each team. This is simply collecting a list of names from each team, getting those names to the company organised to prepare our medals, and preparing them on the day of our End of year function.
End of Year Function:
Organise our End of Year Day which is basically preparing a timetable of when everyone will collect their medals, being on hand during the day to assist in this process, organising a raffle, entertainment, that sort of thing.
If any of these interest you, we would love for you to be involved.
Please contact Robyn at [email protected]
Many hands make light work, and all assistance is greatly appreciated.