- Location: Noarlunga Downs SA
- Commitment: Regular - more than 6 months
- Category: Sport
- Skilled Volunteers
- Centrelink Volunteers
Type of work
- Sport & Physical Activity
- National Police Certificate *
All persons involved in the junior (under 18) players and shall include as a minimum all Coaches, Trainers, Team Managers and may extend to Club Secretaries and Football Managers must have a police check.
* May be arranged via the Organisation. Details to be provided on expression of interest.
The time keeper is responsible for the accurate timing of the start, ending and quarter times, with a timekeeper from the opposition.
Duties: • Ensure that equipment is working efficiently and in the case of a siren break down, they must have a bell that would be able to effectively do the job. • Accurately time each quarter of the match according to officical match times • Ensure accurate score cards are needed to be kept by time keepers with them both being signed and handed to the team manager after the match has been finalised. • Record the time that any player has been ‘sent off’ during the match.
Skills: • A time keeper must have good attention to detail. • Have the ability to accurately record all information that is needed throughout the match. • Understand the differences of timing for each of the different grades. • Good communication skills to be able to confer with the other time keeper.
Experience: To time A-Grade previous experience as a time keeper if preferable. This is due to the inclusion of ‘time on’ in this grade.