Registration and Privacy Director (Hespeler Minor Hockey Association)

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Registration and Privacy Director

 

Overview:  

The Registration and Privacy Director is elected by members at the Annual General Meeting. He/She is responsible for ensuring all players playing in the HMHA are properly registered with OMHA.  He/She will hold 2 Walk-In Clinics at the Hockey Office in July for members to register and receive the Early Bird rate.  He/She will hold a walk-in clinic in August for members to register at the regular rate.  He/She is responsible for liaising with OMHA and Hockey Canada for player transfers in/out of HMHA.  He/She will work with HMHA’s treasurer to ensure all members’ registration fees are paid in full when required.   

Skills/Attributes recommended:   The candidate should have exceptional communication and privacy skills, strong organizational skills, have access to a computer, a thorough understanding of the HMHA constitution, rules of operation, and be reliable, flexible and respectful. 

Certifications:  

Have or be willing to obtain Speak-out/prevention services certification.

Have or be willing to obtain a Police record check.

Sign and abide by any code of conduct adopted by the executive.

Time Commitment:

Time commitment is heaviest at the beginning of the season.  At those times 5-10 hours a week or more would be required. Throughout the season it may require the odd hour here and there.  

Specific duties:

  • Promote the image of the association and of the sport of hockey within the community.
  • Attend the monthly HMHA executive meetings.
  • Hold 2 Walk-in clinics in July for Early Bird Registrations, and hold 1 Walk-in clinic in August for Regular Rate Registrations.
  • Register all player registrations (walk-in, mailed in, emailed in, or on-line) with Hockey Canada and OMHA.
  • Submit any player transfers in/out of the HMHA with Hockey Canada and OMHA
Check mail slot in the office on a regular basis and respond
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