We are looking for a Komodo Coordinator. This person will have the benefit of 95% of the work already being done for 2020. There are seven komodo teams. Each team has a coach and manager. The coordinator will work with the guidance and mentoring of the Miniroos coordinator, and will be responsible for:
- Replying to any Komodo emails received – directing queries to the correct club official, answering any questions they can themselves, and generally taking the load off the emails for the Miniroos and age coordinators.
- During the trials phase of year you will be instrumental in supporting coaches by helping with the admin – providing player lists, tracking player offers and coordinating with the club registrar for player acceptances.
Who does this suit?
This role will be great for a parent who:
- Is considering returning to the workforce and wants to sharpen up their communication/technology skills, while also staying active with their child’s activities.
- Has a couple of hours per week, and is happy to do a bit of email/Excel, etc, here and there.
- Might want to stay anonymous (or not) but is happy to pitch in.
- Is a flexible team player and able to support other volunteers – both practically and emotionally!
- Likes to be in the know and in control.
- Would like to help out but can’t commit to more intense/frequent jobs like coaching.
- Is a whiz at coordinating and being organised would be amazing.
You might have a buddy who is happy to share the gig with you. That’s great, we’re super happy to work out options that get the job done.
We recognise that everyone is super busy so we are looking to negotiate fee reductions with parents willing to take on one of the new roles.
This role will report to the Miniroos Coordinator.
Because if too few people have to do too much, we break!
We are all volunteers so that means we can keep the player costs down, but unfortunately, unless we get more volunteers urgently pitching in, we will need to implement a paid role, which will end up with higher player fees and we desperately want to avoid that.
If you are willing to discuss this (or other solutions you have) please send an email to Simon at email@example.com.
Thanks for your time and support.