Strathearn Harriers - New Year's Day Run 2014

Situations vacant

Strathearn Harriers needs more people to help organise and manage the Club and its activities. As of September 2018, we need the following:

What’s needed?

What’s involved?

When?

Find out more from

Junior Parent helpers

  • Be part of a rota of people who help at Junior training sessions which last for one hour

September onwards

 

 

Phil Mestecky

 

or

Andrew Aitken

 

Coaching Assistants

  • Attend a two day course to gain a Coaching Assistant qualification (fees and expenses paid by Club)
  • Help run Junior training sessions, for an hour, once or twice per week

September onwards

Athletics Coach

  • Complete a training programme over a number of months to qualify as an Athletics Coach, permitted by SA to lead coaching sessions for Junior athletes
  • (fees and expenses paid by Club)

September onwards

Andrew Aitken

Informal training leaders

  • Make yourself available to lead a one hour adult midweek training session on the occasions when an Athletics coach is not available.
  • Informal role, qualification not required

On an occasional basis, from September onwards

Andrew Aitken

Social programme team members

  • Help the Social Secretary, Kerry Sweeney, plan and organise club social events and activities.
  • I hour per month plus extra time at or just before events

September onwards

Kerry Sweeney

Race Organiser  for Crieff 10k

  • Plan and organise the Crieff 10k race
  • Supported by a team, including a Club Committee member
  • Time commitment

o   11 months of the year, an hour a month. The last month about 2hrs a week and the last two weeks about 3 hrs per week

Taking over from Nicola Watson who has organised the 10k since 2014. 

Shadow Nic from Autumn 2018 for the 2019 race before taking over from her for the 2020 race.

Nicola Watson

 

or any other club committee member 

Crieff 10k organising team members  x2

  • Help the Organiser plan and organise the Crieff 10k
  • 1 hour per month in 3 months before race, 2 hours per week in last two weeks

 

From Autumn 2018

Nicola Watson

Race Organiser for Simon Wake Comrie Hills Relay (SWCHR)

  • Plan and organise the SWCHR
  • Supported by a team including a Club Committee member
  • 11 months of the year, an hour a month. The last month about 2hrs a week and the last two weeks about 3 hrs per week

Taking over from Kerry Sweeney who has organised the SWCHR since 2014.

Lead planning for 2019 race from Spring 2019, advised by Kerry and supported by a small organising team.

Kerry Sweeney

or any other club committee member

Hartley Relay organising team members

  • Help Race Organisers plan and organise the 2019 Hartley Relays  which take place in November 2019  
  • Time commitment estimate 1 hour per month May – June, 2 hours per month July – Oct, 2 hrs per week in two weeks before race

Spring 2019

Rachel and Andy Gallagher or any Club Committee member

Club Treasurer

  • Manage the finances of the club
  • Produce the club’s annual budget
  • Provide financial updates at each committee meeting
  • Prepare statement of accounts for AGM
  • Time commitment:

o   1 – 2 hours per month

o   2 – 3 hours preparation for AGM

o   Attend up to six Club Committee meetings per year (1.5 to 2 hours) 

Taking over from Jeff Sweeney who will step down at next AGM in Spring 2019 after 5 years in the role.

 

Handover from Jeff immediately after 2019 AGM, with ongoing advice from Jeff for initial period.

Jeff Sweeney

 

or any other club committee member

Club Communications Secretary

  • Co-ordinate club communications
  • Produce media releases and manage media relations
  • Manage club website content
  • Produce internal club bulletins
  • Time commitment

o   1-2 hours on Sunday preparing the bulletin

o   1 hour a week writing for the website (news, events, race calendar and general updating), but not necessarily every week

o   30 mins each newspaper report

o   Attend up to six Club Committee meetings per year (1.5 to 2 hours) 

Taking over from Tony Wayte who will step down at next AGM in Spring 2019 after doing this role since 2012. 

 

Handover from Tony immediately after 2019 AGM, with ongoing advice from Tony for initial period.

Tony Wayte

 

or any other club committee member