BOW Junior Club Organising Officer Job Role

Below is the Club Job Role for the Junior Club Organising Officeer

The role is as an officer of the club and as such has a responsibility to act in a professional and fair manner. See archery GB code of conduct for club officials attached

The responsibility of the Junior Club Co-ordinator is to :

  • Communicate with Junior Clubmembers and their Parent/Carer via email with regards to club night events, holiday events, Tournaments, archery gb events/competitions, additional coaching opportunities and general information
  • Actively support Junior Club members with the help of coaches
  • Plan, organise and run the weekly spring/summer junior club night evenings currently held on Tuesdays 5.30 till 8pm March to October
  • Plan, organise and run school holiday events for Easter, Summer & October half term
  • Promote and offer FITA Awards, 252 badges and other award schemes for all Junior members
  • Promote performance coaching for Juniors
  • Keep weekly records of attendance of all club night evenings and holiday events
  • Liaise with the Club Safeguarding Officer
  • Liaise with the Club Tournament Organiser to promote Junior entries into internal and external shoots and competitions.
  • Promote Junior attendance at the Saturday & Sunday club shoots
  • Promote the regular entry in Archery GB challenge events and rankings
  • Liaise with club records officer in order to gauge Junior progress with handicaps and classifications
  • Report at committee meetings the progress of the Junior Club
  • Liaise with the Club Webmaster to keep the member’s Junior Club page upto date on the Website

Ideally this post is suited to a L1 coach or above but is not essential

If someone applies for the role who is not a coach then please be aware this post does requires a DBS check which would be paid for by the Club.