The club Workforce Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the volunteers and staff within a club, e.g. secretaries, coaches, committee members, officials and helpers, etc.
The role of the Workforce Coordinator is not to line manage, but to ensure volunteers have a meaningful and enjoyable experience, to recruit the right volunteers to the right roles, and provide appropriate training, support and recognition. The Workforce Coordinator should report to the Club Chairperson.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Maintain accurate record of club volunteers including relevant qualifications (i.e. coaching, safe guarding, team management) and when such qualifications expire
- Notify volunteers in advance of qualifications expiring to ensure qualifications are current and safe guarding measures are in place
- To act as a main point of contact for volunteers and staff within the club
- To support the Chairperson in the creation of the Workforce Development Plan
- To build effective relationships with all club volunteers, staff and the ASA County Workforce Coordinator (if in place)
- To coordinate and help organise training for the club workforce
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