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Soliciting Applications for Executive Position
Submitted By Leanne Vidler on Tuesday, March 31, 2020
The Sarnia Girls Hockey Association is looking to fill the role of Association Vice President.


Skills/Attributes recommended: 
  
The candidate should have exceptional communication and mediation skills, strong organizational and leadership skills, a solid knowledge of hockey, a thorough understanding of the SGHA constitution, rules of operation, harassment and abuse policy and OWHA rules and regulations and be reliable, flexible and respectful. 

Time Commitment:

Time commitment is heaviest at the beginning and end of the season. At those times 5-10 hours a week or more would be required. Throughout the season it can average to 3-4 hours not counting attending games. More hours required when discipline issues arise.

Overview:

Works closely with the President, understudies the President. 
Ensure that the interests of the general membership are given due and adequate consideration in all activities carried out by the board.
Step into the role of President during any absence and carry on the duties as assigned
Assists in the coordination of the work of the Executive Committee. 
The Vice President represents the SGHA within the community.   
Collect and act on feedback from parents, players, and officials 
Attend meetings of the SGHA Executive.



Please send inquiries and applications:

Attention: Brad Jackson      [email protected]

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