"T" ball Team Manager - Special Olympics Ontario/London


Volunteer Details

Position Activity

Coach / Referee

Suitability

Individual Adult (over 18)

Age Requirement

18 years old minimum

Hours Per Week

2 to 4

Location

John Paul Secondary School field

Population Served

Adult, Youth

Number of Positions

1

Time Commitment: 

  • Long-Term (6+ months)

Deadline to Apply: 

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Position Description

  • Distribute and collect completed athlete and volunteer registration forms and submit to the Provincial Office or the community council.
  • Distribute and collect Atlanto-Axial examination forms from athletes with Down Syndrome.
  • Distribute and collect athlete health histories.
  • Liaise with Community Volunteer Coordinator to request more volunteers when required.
  • Distribute orientation materials to new volunteers ex. club rules and regulations.
  • Orient new volunteers to the practice facility.
  • Record athlete and volunteer attendance.
  • Arrange for transporting club members to invitational competitions.
  • Collect and record competition registration fees.
  • Manage the club’s finances and communicate with the Community Treasurer as required.
  • Submit annual facility permit application.
  • Review and be familiar with sections 1789 and 11 of the information portal.

Skills Preferred

• Enjoyment working with athletes with an intellectual disability

Activities

  • Coach / Referee

Required Qualifications/Training

• Thoroughness in record keeping and documentation.
• Strong administrative and communication skills.

How to Apply

Contact Name: 

Armand Marchand

Phone

519-451-7615

Deadline to Apply: 

Tuesday, July 17, 2018
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London Down Syndrome Association (LDSA)