ID: 171618

Club registrar X2

Sport Regular - more than 6 months Beerwah QLD

About this opportunity

The role of the Club Registrar is to supervise and be responsible for the proper registration of all players within the club. This involves all elements of the registration process, including the conduct of sign-up days and the proper recording of individual details. Responsible To: The Registrar is directly responsible to the President and the club members.

Responsibilities and Duties: The Registrar should: • Maintain an up to date register of all players • Plan sign-on days at commencement of season • Obtain all relevant details of players wishing to play for the Club • Complete documentation for each player as required by SCGRL/SCGJRL • Ensure that original copies of birth certificates and other proof of age documents are available for each new player • Assist players to complete transfer forms as required and authorize the transfer on the Club’s behalf, keeping the Secretary informed of player movements. Communicate transfers as soon as possible to SCGRL/SCGJRL • Provide information as required to enable player records to be maintained • Keep your Club committee informed of the status of registrations at all times • Be aware of legal privacy regulations and ensure the requirements are implemented. Knowledge and Skills Required: Ideally the Registrar is someone who is: Can communicate effectively Is well organised and can delegate tasks Has some computer literacy Has the ability to liaise with SCGRL/SCGJRL and other stakeholders


Additional requirements

Working with Children Check *.

* May be arranged via the Organisation. Details to be provided on expression of interest.
Time Required

The 2 registrar’s positions, junior and senior, is busiest at start of the season. Once majority of players are registered it backs off considerably. Approximately 10-15 hours per week during peak period . This is a 12 month position with agm in October. Monthly meetings are the second Wednesday of each month at 6:30pm. Training days are Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, juniors starting at 4pm finishing by 6:30pm then seniors start at 6:30pm. These are a must times to attend.

Suitable for
  • Centrelink Volunteers
  • Families with Children
  • People with disability
  • Wheelchair Access
Type of work
  • Administration & Office Management
  • Governance, Boards & Committees
  • Sport & Physical Activity
Training

Happy to assist and source assistance from SCGRL, QRL and NRL