Sports clubs depend on a staff of officers to keep their clubs organised and productive. A fixtures secretary ensures members are aware of sporting event dates for the club. Like other club officer positions, fixtures secretary is a volunteer job and involves no monetary compensation.
Keeping track of matches and games is the main job duty. The secretary arranges transportation to competitor game sites. He resolves scheduling conflicts through interacting with other clubs' fixtures secretaries.
Organizational skills enable the fixtures secretary to maintain an events calendar and keep members informed of venue changes and updates. She is the club contact for issues regarding rule changes, so good communication skills are mandatory. In smaller clubs, the fixtures secretary needs math aptitude to collect dues and accurately allocate the treasury funds.
Prior experience as a sports club officer is preferred. Background as a player of the sport is a plus. Volunteer or professional experience in record maintenance is desirable.
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