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How to Join as a new member or Rejoin a Surf Club.

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Proposed Bi-Laws & Constitution Changes – 5th August AGM

Members please be aware of the following proposed changes for ratification at our AGM on the 5th August.

  • RED (not underlined) are ADDITIONS
  • RED (underlined) are DELETIONS

Below are the links in PDF.

 

Mollymook SLSC

Mollymook SLSC once a

Mollymook SLSC president Rod Austin must be a very proud man as he recalls the club as it was when he joined as a youth and now sees how the club has grown, especially over his term of ten years as president, after being secretary for several years immediately prior to his presidency.

The entire club management committee must also be as proud as Rod, including past Vice President Geoffrey Starkey who stepped in as president when Rod was Secretary and has remained on as a vice president with Jim Bryant holding the treasurers position for many years. Jim (Jet) Jackson has been an active member of our Club for many years and has stepped up to fill the Vice Presidents roll over the past two years.

Kevin Whitford has continued to take on the role of Nippers chairman and Ken Burton has, for two years, retained the Club Captains position throughout the latter stages of Rod’s term. Along with secretary, Dianne Austin, they have formed continuity and the nucleus of a very competent and strong Management committee.

There is always room for more members to become part of the management committee. New people and ideas are always welcome. If you would like to assist in any way please don’t hesitate to contact Dianne on 4455 1206, 0422 158 553 or at admin@mollymooksurf.com.au 

Professionalism

“Professionalism: It’s NOT the job you DO, it’s HOW you DO the job.” (Frank Tyger)

“My professional persona never loosens its grip, keeping an eye on me at all times.” (Agnetha Faltskog)

“So I had to be careful. I recognised the responsibility that, whether I liked it or not, I had to accept whatever the obligation was. That was to behave in a manner, to carry myself in such a professional way, as if there ever is a reflection, it’s a positive one.” Sidney Poitier)

Mollymook Surf Life Saving Club Members Resources

 

 

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Patrol Equipment

Please ensure that all patrol equipment is returned to the Patrol room at the end of patrols, washed and stored away in an orderly manner. Radios are to be left on charge after each patrol and stored appropriately. Rescue Boards are only to be used for training (with the permission of the Club Captain, Chief Instructor or the Patrol Captain). Damage to rescue boards is to be reported in the patrol log-book. The only other use for rescue boards is to perform rescues. Any other damage to patrol equipment is also to be recorded in the patrol log-book.

All members must use correct procedures in all first-aid, CPR/EAR cases. USE of ATV – Only qualified drivers are permitted to drive this vehicle.

Readiness for Patrols

The patrol times listed in the calender are the times our patrols need to be on the beach, therefore start time of 9:00 am would need members to be ready by that time not just arriving at the beach. All patrol members are required to be ‘on the beach’ during their allocated patrol times and correctly attired.

Substitutes for Patrols

If you can not make a patrol, you MUST get someone from another patrol to subsitute for you.  If you have any problems, please contact your Patrol Captain.

Patrol Uniforms

The wearing of the red & yellow quartered cap and SLSA surf Rescue patrols shirt and shorts and wide brim hat is compulsory. Members must wear the shorts and T-shirt for protection from the sun and to identify the patrolling lifesavers to the public. If you do not have a a patrol uniform contact the Director of Lifesaving (Club Captain)  or Secretary. If a patrol member does not wear protective clothing on patrol, the patrol captain must make a note of this in the Patrol log book for legal reasons. Sunscreen will be provided for use and protection.

Wear the red & yellow quartered cap

The Surf Lifesavers cap is an Australian icon that identifies a Lifesaver who earns and annually updates the proficiency of their “Bronze Medallion,” only proficient members are entitled to wear the Australian Surf Lifesavers red and yellow quartered patrol cap, the cap makes the Lifesaver far more visible when in the water and on the beach.

Mollymook’s club competition cap is black with two white stripes and is only worn during competition, All competitors must also have completed reassessment and compulsory volunteer patrol hours (25 during competition season 1 Jan till 31 Dec)

A new format of proficiency has been introduced this season with a “Skills Maintenance assessment”.   Their is a written assessment as part of your “DRY” reassessment.  Your “WET” reassessment will take place on your patrol.  To update the proficiency at the beginning of every season a lifesavers physical fitness and knowledge is re-tested by a run – swim – run to be completed  then complete simulated rescues using a rescue board and tube, and general knowledge of the bronze training is also tested. All these skills combine to maintain lifesavers to be an effective member of a patrol team tasked with providing a safe beach and swimming area.

Bronze Medallion

  • Run-Swim- Run- Distance 200 run, 200 swim and 200 run
  • Resuscitation (1 person/2 person EAR/CPR)
  • Rescue Scenario,signals, first aid,radio (to be completed on Patrol)
  • Patient Assessment, rescue techniques

Bronze Squad

Anyone interested in becoming a Lifesaver needs to successfully complete the Surf Bronze Medallion Course that runs for about two nights a week over 4-6 weeks. All interested should contact Anthony direct 4455 1206.

Surf Rescue Certificate

  • RunSwimRun distance100m run,100 m swim & 100m run.
  • EAR 1 person on a manikin (under 15)
  • EAR/CPR 1 & 2 person (over 15)

Duties of Office Bearers

The President

The President shall:

  1. be the nominal head of Mollymook Surf Life Saving Club Incorporated and will act as chairman of any Management Committee Meeting, Annual General Meeting or Special General meeting at which the President is present;

  2. be the holder of the Bronze Medallion award;

  3. have the right to attend all committees and sub committees and shall be an ex-officio of all committees with full voting rights, or may appoint his representative to attend and vote at such meetings in his place;

  4. administer and be responsible for all affairs of the Club and uphold the Rules and By-laws;

  5. in consultation with the Management Committee and incorporating all other committees’ strategic plans, draw up a Club Strategic plan and continually overview and update same;.

  6. be responsible for the Media Releases, interviews and public relations with the media and the general public;

  7. attend all general meetings of the Branch and report to the Management Committee.

 

Senior Vice President

The Senior Vice President shall:

  1. assist the President in carrying out his duties and in the President’s absence shall deputise and assume the responsibility of the President;

  2. convene and chair the meetings of the Judiciary committee;

  3. be responsible for the overall media coverage of events conducted by the Club and endeavour to create good relations with the media and general public. (No mention shall be made of any domestic affairs of members nor shall any media controversy be entered into involving any member, Club or Surf Life Saving Australia);

  4. initiate, organise and otherwise control such special projects that are referred to him by the Management Committee.

  5. convene and chair ‘Special Events’ Committee meetings;

  6. attend all organising committee meetings associated with special events involving the Club.

 

The Secretary

The Secretary shall:

  1. be responsible for the general routine and administration of the Club and all other duties usually associated with the Secretary;

 

  1. issue notices and compile agendas for and maintain the minutes for all Special/Annual Meetings & Management meetings;

  2. attend all meetings of the Management Committee of the Club and be responsible for keeping minute books and produce them at each Committee or General Meeting;

  3. be solely responsible for authorising all written material issued in the name of this Club;

  4. be responsible, (in liaison with the Captain) for exhibiting all instructions on the Club’s notice board;

  5. be responsible for the custody of the papers belonging to the Club, except those relating to finance;

  6. be responsible for ensuring that upon receipt of any sponsorship money, cheques or otherwise the amount be forwarded to the chairperson of the relevant committee charged with the responsibility of such sponsorship portfolio for banking on the behalf of the Treasurer in accordance with the Financial Management Guidelines attached to the By-laws;.

  7. advise the Treasurer of every such transaction;

 

  1. prepare a draft copy of the Annual Report and submit it to the Committee for approval before printing and presentation to Members at the Annual General Meeting;

  2. produce to the Auditors, the minute books and such other information available as and when required by them;

  3. carry out such other duties as the Committee may from time to time direct;

  4. be ex-officio, a member of Committees and Sub-Committees appointed by the Committee;

  5. liaise with Web Site Officer and oversee the Web Site Contents;

  6. prepare submissions on behalf of the Club;

  7. be responsible for the production of the Club Information Booklet at the commencement of each Season;

  8. provide copies of all Carnival material to the Competitions Secretary;

  9. be responsible for booking all Club functions with the Function Room Booking Officer;

  10. be responsible for all initial membership applications and table them at the next Management Committee Meeting.

 

The Assistant Secretary

The Assistant Secretary shall:

 

  1. act as minute Secretary at meetings of the Finance Committee.

 

  1. assist the Secretary in the discharge of their duties.

 

  1. in the absence of the Secretary, have like powers and authorities so far as these can be assumed.

 

  1. assist the Secretary in the production of the Club Information Booklet & Annual Report.

 

  1. carry out such other duties as the Finance Committee may direct.

 

The Treasurer

The Treasurer shall:

 

  1. be Chairperson of the Finance Committee;

 

  1. oversee and be responsible for the activities and duties carried out by the Finance Committee which shall develop, review, and maintain an up-date the Financial Plan of Management for the Club. The Finance Committee shall be responsible for promoting and maintaining established income streams in accordance with the By-laws;

 

  1. liaise with the Fund Raising Committee;

 

  1. actively oversee the positions of Social Secretary, Regalia Officer, Gear Steward, Bus Manager, Function Room Booking Officer, Assistant Treasurer (JAC), Team Manager and any other officer authorised officer of sub-committees that may from time to time be responsible for handling of funds for the Club;

 

  1. be responsible for the setting up and organisation of the Car Art Union Raffle drawn annually prior to the 1st of August with the assistance from the Finance Committee and the Ways & Means Committee;

 

  1. monitor all sponsorship money, cheque or other funds received and deposited on his behalf by the Chairperson of the committee responsible for the relevant sponsorship portfolio;

  2. ensure that all office holders authorised to collect funds in the name of any part of the Club, shall do so in accordance with good financial practice;

  3. keep such books and papers relating to the finance of the Club as the Committee may from time to time direct;

  4. keep correct accounts and books showing the financial affairs of the Club;

  5. present a statement of the Club’s financial position at each meeting in accordance with the Financial Management Guidelines forming part of the By-laws;

  6. collect all fees and monies due to the Club;

  7. without delay, pay to the credit of the Club’s banking account all monies they may receive and promptly issue receipts for all monies received, and draw all cheques on behalf of the Club;

  8. prepare the Annual Balance Sheet and Financial Statement of the Club and submit them to the Annual General Meeting of the Club, as properly examined and certified as correct by the Club’s Auditors;

  9. produce to the Auditors as and when required, the Club Books of account, bank books and vouchers, and generally assist the Auditors in the audit of accounts;

  10. carry out such other duties as the Management Committee may from time to time direct;

  11. at Management Committee Meetings, vote in accordance with any decision reached previously by a sub-Committee that they represent.

Assistant Treasurer

The Assistant Treasurer shall:

 

  1. assist the Treasurer to collect all monies due to the Club, and pay such monies to the Treasurer.

 

  1. assist the Treasurer in discharge of their duties.

  2. chair and convene the Ways & Means committee which will meet on a monthly basis. Such Committees shall be charged with exploring and initiating new sponsorship and income streams.

 

  1. be a member of the Finance Committee.

 

Assistant Treasurer (JBA)

The Assistant Treasurer (JBA) shall:

 

(a) in conjunction with the Club Treasurer be responsible for the formation and maintenance of a financial plan of management and accounting system in respect of all JBA activities.

 

(b) submit monthly a financial report to the Management Committee.

 

(c) assist the Treasurer to collect all monies from JBA Activities.

 

(d) collect and bank on behalf of the Treasurer all monies earned from the commercial services in accordance with the Financial Management Guidelines following in these By-laws.

 

(e) submit a monthly financial report to the Treasurer.

 

(f) be a member of the Finance Committee.

Club Captain

The Club Captain shall:

 

  1. be the Chairperson of the Life Saving Committee;

 

  1. be responsible for the general conduct of all Members when associated with the Club’s activities;

 

  1. be responsible for the general education of all Members in the skill of Surf Life Saving including annual pre-season workshops for Patrol Captains and Vice Captains;

 

  1. oversee and be responsible for all records and rosters for patrols and for accurate records of life saving activities of the Members;

 

  1. promptly advise the Management Committee and competition section Managers of any patrol default by any active member;

 

  1. be responsible for the development of a Lifesaving Plan with the assistance of the Life Saving Committee;

 

  1. oversee the preparation of gear for Gear Inspection;

 

  1. oversee working parties to prepare gear for Gear Inspection;

 

  1. overseer and implement an annual Proficiency day;

 

  1. implement Policy for Patrol default;

 

  1. prepare and submit Club statistics on patrol attendance and Lifesaving to the Branch.

 

  1. have full control of Members on the beach and in the Club house;

 

  1. notify competitors of patrol obligations for competition before 31st November;

 

  1. exercise control, subject to the direction of the Committee, of the use of Club property by any Member;

  2. have the power to refuse the use of any Club property to any member as the Captain shall think fit.

 

  1. have the authority to use or direct the use of any or all of the Club’s life saving equipment as they think fit, for the purpose of achieving the Club’s objectives;

 

  1. have authority to require any Member to perform any duty consistent with the member’s obligations under the Club Rules or By-laws. Subject to duties specifically provided for in the Rules or By-laws, the Captain shall have over-riding authority over all Officers other than the President, Secretary and Treasurer of the Club;

 

  1. submit a report on matters under their control at each regular meeting of the Committee;

 

  1. be a Member, ex-Officio, of all Committees;

 

  1. at Management Committee meetings, vote in accordance with any decision reached previously by the Committee that they represent;

 

  1. be the holder of the Bronze Medallion and pass the annual Proficiency as laid down by Surf Life Saving New South Wales;

 

  1. attend personally or arrange for a nominee to attend, the Education, Training & Development Committee meetings.

 

Vice Club Captain

The Vice Club Captain shall:

 

(a) be responsible for the first draft for submission to the Club Captain of patrol allocation (including nomination of patrol captains and Vice Captains) and life saving duties for all active patrol members for the coming season.

 

(b) be responsible for the weekly maintenance of patrol attendance and records.

 

(c) be responsible for preparing patrol hours tally at beginning of patrol season and at the end of November for active Patrol members.

 

(d) be responsible for reporting promptly to Club Captain any patrol default by any member.

 

(e) assist Club Captain to implement Annual Proficiency Day.

 

(f) assist the Captain in the efficiency and attendance of Patrol.

 

(g) carry out such other duties as the Captain might assign to the Vice-Captain.

 

(h) during the Captain’s absence, act in their stead.

 

(i) be the holder of the Bronze medallion and pass the Annual Proficiency as laid down by Surf Life Saving.

 

Junior Club Captain

The Junior Club Captain shall:

 

  1. be responsible to the Chief Training, Education & Development Officer.

 

  1. be welcome to attend meetings of the Training, Education and Development Committee.

 

  1. prepare suggestion and requests on behalf of junior and Cadet Club Members.

 

  1. liaise with appropriate Competition section mangers to assist in ensuring that all junior and Cadet Competitors are entered in carnivals.

 

Chairperson of the Junior Board of Activities(JBA Chairperson).

The JBA Chairperson shall

 

  1. be the holder of either a Surf Life Saving Certificate or Bronze Medallion and pass the annual proficiency as laid down by Surf Life Saving New South Wales;

 

  1. chair the Committee Meetings of the Junior Board of Activities (JBA);

 

  1. oversee all JBA activities;

 

  1. in consultation with the JBA Committee, develop a plan for JBA development which shall be presented to the Management Committee for endorsement and this plan should be continually reviewed and updated;

 

  1. co-ordinate and organise JBA activities including promotion, education and competition in conjunction with the JBA Committee;

 

  1. oversee and be responsible for the activities and duties of the officers of JBA;

 

  1. attend all meetings of the Management Committee;

 

  1. at Management Committee Meetings, vote in accordance with any decision reached previously by the Committee that they represent.

 

Chief Education, Training & Development Officer

The Chief Education, Training & Development Officer shall:

 

  1. be the holder of the Bronze Medallion award, Training Officers award and pass the annual proficiency as laid down by Surf Life Saving New South Wales;

 

  1. be chairperson of the Education, Training & Development Committee (ETDC);

 

  1. in consultation with the ETDC, develop an Education & Training Plan, which shall be presented to the Management Committee for endorsement and this plan should be continually updated;

 

  1. be responsible for the instruction and training of all lifesaving awards as laid down in the manual of Surf Life Saving Australia, including:
    • setting and overseeing training schedules for all squads;
    • allocating candidates / Instructors for the Squads;
    • organising advertising and promotion of up-coming squads;
    • organising venue(s) (eg booking of pool for 400m swim);
    • setting dates for training & examinations in consultation with Instructors;
    • contacting branch registrar for examination dates and examiners;
    • completing all relevant paper work for completion of awards;
    (ie 14 a Forms (Request for Examination & Proficiency Test Record);
    • redirecting new members to the Secretary for membership details and payment;
    • passing on details of new award holders to Club Captain to be allocated to a Patrol Roster.
    • organising the distribution of awards for new instructors and new award holders;
    • assisting new members to organise patrol uniforms when necessary.

  2. be the holder of all relevant accreditation for the instruction being undertaken;

 

  1. report each month to the Management Committee, the result of examinations and all other matters relating to the office of Training Officer;

 

  1. initiate, organise and otherwise control such special projects that are referred to them by the Management Committee;

 

  1. oversee and be responsible for the activities and duties of the officers of the ETDC;

 

  1. at Management Committee Meetings, vote in accordance with any decision reached previously by the Committee that they represent.

 

 

Team Manager (Competitions Director)

The Team Manager (Competitions Director) shall:

 

  1. be the holder of the Bronze Medallion award;

 

  1. be chairperson of the Competition Committee;

 

  1. in consultation with his committee, develop a competition development plan, which shall be presented to the Management Committee for endorsement and this plan should be continually reviewed and updated;

 

  1. liaise with the Competitions Secretary regarding details of all nominated competitors for each carnival together with the details (starting times etc) for the carnivals;

 

  1. at the start of the season book surf club bus with the Bus Manager for all Club Carnival needs for the forthcoming season;

 

  1. upon receipt of carnival entry details determine transport arrangements, decide and announce to competition section Managers, the departure times from the Club.

 

  1. cancel bus hire arrangements immediately upon deeming that the bus use is not required for transport to the carnival;

 

  1. be responsible for all transport and accommodation arrangements associated with all championships Carnivals;

 

  1. collect on behalf of the Club Treasurer all monies associated with transport and accommodation levies in accordance with the Financial Management Guidelines in the By-laws.

 

  1. liaise with Regalia officer regarding outfitting of Touring Team Uniform and clothing;

 

  1. on tour, have ultimate control of arrangements relative to team discipline and behaviour;

 

  1. delegate authority for discipline and behaviour to Team Captain and competition section managers (in accordance with SLSA, shall delegate such responsibility to individuals in charge of groups of two or more);

 

  1. as may be required when on tour, form (in conjunction with the Team Captain) a judiciary committee that shall be charged with reviewing any alleged breach of discipline or good behaviour;

 

  1. oversee and be responsible for the activities and duties carried out by the Competition committee;

 

  1. assist and organise all fundraising activities to raise funds for Touring Team and liaise with the Finance Committee on such matters;

 

  1. report in writing to each Management Committee meeting;

 

  1. set Team meeting dates;

 

  1. be conversant with the Rules of Competition as outlined in SLSA competition handbook;

 

  1. be responsible for representing the Club in all disputes that may arise in competition;

 

  1. at Management Committee Meetings shall vote in accordance with any decision reached previously by the Committee which they represent.

 

Team Captain

The Team Captain shall:

 

  1. be appointed by the members of the Touring Team prior to the first Championship event.

 

  1. assist the Team Manager generally in particular by ensuring that the behaviour codes and disciplinary policies are met.

 

  1. as determined by the Team Manager, form in conjunction with the Team Manager a Judiciary Committee that shall be charged with reviewing any alleged breach of discipline or good behaviour.

 

  1. be the holder of the Bronze Medallion.

 

Competitions Secretary

The Competitions Secretary shall:-

 

  1. be responsible to the Team Manager(Competition Director) and be a member of the Competition Committee.

 

  1. at the start of the season, obtain from Competition Section Managers the names and ages of all potential competitors.

 

  1. at the start of the season draft for the signature of the Honorary Secretary a letter to be dispatched to each potential competitor. Such a letter to detail the criteria that must be met to ensure that the correct procedure is followed in competition.

 

  1. liaise with Club Captain regarding the Proficiency status of all competitors.

 

  1. receive from competition Section Managers, nominations of entry into competition.

 

  1. ensure (where appropriate) all Carnival Entries are signed by the Branch Administration Director and are submitted prior to the closing date.

 

  1. at the commencement of each season, and subsequently as may be deemed necessary, meet with the Team Manager and the Competition Section Managers.

 

  1. provide copies of all Carnival Entries, all carnival publicity inclusive of closing dates together with relevant ‘up-dates’ to the Team Manager and Competition Section Managers.

 

  1. upon the closing date for nominations for each carnival, provide the Team Manager with the names and numbers of all entered competitors, together with relevant starting times for the carnival concerned.

 

Masters Coordinator

The Masters Coordinator shall:

 

  1. be responsible to the Team Manager (Competitions Director) and shall be a member of the Competition committee.

 

  1. be responsible for collation of all carnival entries for all masters competitors in conjunction with the Competition Secretary.

 

  1. report in writing to each competition committee meeting.

 

 

The Social Secretary.

The Social Secretary shall:

 

  1. have control of the Social Activities, chair the Social Committee, and report their activities to the Management Committee for approval.

 

  1. be responsible for collecting and banking (on behalf of the Treasurer all monies earned from Social Activities and first floor lounge hiring in accordance with the Financial Management Guidelines set out in the By-laws;

 

  1. submit a monthly financial report to the Treasurer in accordance with the Financial Management Guidelines set out in the By-laws;

 

  1. maintain and control responsibility for liquor purchases and associated sales within the guidelines of the Club and in accordance with the liquor licensing laws of New South Wales.

 

  1. maintain and control all records relating to liquor purchases and sales and produce reports to the Management Committee monthly;

 

  1. be a member of the Management Committee;

 

  1. keep an appropriate set of books of receipts and expenditure;

 

  1. bear ultimate responsibilities for the activities of the following people and associated accounts: Food & Beverage Coordinator;

 

  1. be responsible for booking and hire of the Upstairs Lounge of the Club House at a commercial rate in accordance with the Financial Management Guidelines being part of the By-laws;

 

  1. at Management Committee Meetings, vote in accordance with any decision reached previously by the Committee that they represent.

 

Assistant Social Secretary

The Assistant Social Secretary shall:

 

(a) be responsible to the Social Secretary and shall be a member of the Social Committee and shall be a member of the Finance Committee

 

  1. act under the direction of the Social Secretary and during their absence shall act in their stead.

 

(c) assist the Social Secretary in the execution of their duties.

Function Room Booking Officer.

The Function Room Booking Officer shall:

 

  1. be responsible to the Treasurer and be a member of the Finance Committee.

 

  1. be responsible for the collecting of money/banking on behalf of the Club and shall act in accordance with the Financial Management Guidelines following in these By-laws.

 

  1. be responsible for the supervision of the cleaners and their duties in accordance with the Financial Management Guidelines Tender Process following in these By-laws.

 

  1. supervise the hiring of the main Club Function room premises to members and outside organisations and shall control booking dates, hours and collections of fees. Provide all hirers with the Club ‘Conditions of hire’ information.

 

  1. supervise the care and maintenance of all club equipment and facilities associated with the main function room.

 

  1. collect and bank (on behalf of the Treasurer) all monies earned form the hiring of the club function room.

 

  1. submit a monthly financial report to the Treasurer.

 

  1. be responsible for submitting to the Management Committee prior to the commencement of each surfing season expected costs that may be incurred in the coming 12 month period on the execution of duties associated with that of the booking officer. And consequently submitting a monthly invoice of actual incurred costs inclusive of receipts ie phone etc for reimbursement.

 

  1. be responsible for recommending to the Management Committee, ‘Terms and Conditions for Tender Documentation/Specifications for Cleaning Services’.

 

  1. be responsible for submitting suggestions for consideration of the Management Committee in respects of the Main Function room and facilities for maintenance and upgrading proposals.

 

Assistant Function Room Officer

The Assistant Function Room Officer shall:

 

  1. act under the direction of the Booking Officer and during their absence shall act in their stead.

 

  1. assist in the submissions of suggestions for the consideration by the Management committee for maintenance and upgrading of the main function room and facilities.

 

Bus Manager

The Bus manager shall:

 

(a) be responsible for implementing the club plan of Financial Management for the Surf Club Bus. Inclusive of:

 

(i) Service the relevant loan

 

(ii) Adherence to the schedule of maintenance.

 

(iii) Collecting and banking (on behalf of The Treasurer) annual sponsorship money in accordance with the Financial Management Guidelines.

 

(iv) Charging approved rates of hire for the vehicle.

 

(v) Collecting and banking (on behalf of the Treasurer) all monies earned from hiring in accordance with the Financial Management Guidelines.

 

(vi) Ensuring relevant statutory and Insurance requirements are met and kept current.

 

(b) submit a monthly financial report to the Treasurer.

 

(c) be responsible to the Treasurer and be a member of the Finance Committee

 

The Powercraft Captain

The Powercraft Captain shall:

 

  1. be responsible to the Club Captain on all facets of the IRB section and be a member of the Lifesaving Committee, holder of Bronze Medallion and of an IRB Drivers award.

  2. assist the Call-Out-Officer in the preparation of 24 Hour IRB rescue equipment.

  3. ensure fully equipped on-call IRB and associated rescue equipment is at all times ready for use.

  4. see that boats are, at all times during patrol hours, ready for immediate use.

  5. be responsible for the condition of all equipment and have control over such equipment.

  6. be responsible for the maintenance of an up to date financial plan/budget and sponsorship.

  7. be responsible for nominating IRB Drivers for the consideration of the Vice Club Captain prior to the drawing up of patrol rosters.

  8. be responsible for the instruction of crews according to the rules of Surf Life Saving Australia and liaise with the Chief Education, Training & Development Officer.

  9. report in writing to each Lifesaving committee meeting.

  10. be responsible for collecting money and banking( on behalf of the Treasurer) for Mollymook SLSC all monies earned from the sale of equipment.

  11. act in accordance with the enclosed Financial Management Guidelines.

  12. be responsible for nominating IRB drivers, crew persons to the Call out Officer for inclusion in 24 hour rescue list.

  13. be fully qualified in terms of the rules of Surf Life Saving Australia.

  14. be responsible for conducting annual IRB driver/crew persons annual proficiency test in conjunction with the Life Saving Committee.

  15. liaise with the Water Safety Coordinator on matters concerning IRBs.

  16. at the request of the Club Captain, JBA Chairperson, Handicapper, Chief Education, Training & Development Officer or Patrol Captain, be responsible for the laying of Buoys for examinations, club events, training, competition and the like.

  17. be responsible for the preparation of all boats and associated equipment for gear inspection and be attendance.

  18. have the power to co-opt the assistance of Members (not necessarily Active) who, in the Captain’s opinion are qualified to maintain the boat motors in good working condition.

  19. ensure that all IRB records together with the IRB Financial Portfolio is transferred to the incoming Powercraft Captain following the Annual General Meeting.

  20. keep a register for statistical purposes and for the assistance of the Treasurer of the following:

 

  1. Boats and Equipment (including motors), showing: Item; Date of Purchase/Grant; Value; Date of Disposal; Amount Received.

 

  1. Motors, showing: Make; Engine No; H.P; Date Serviced; Running Hours; Repairs; Cost.

 

  1. Power Boat Log, showing: Date; Name of Operators; Use; Rescues; Running Time.

 

  1. Sponsors, showing: Item Sponsored; Sponsor; Date.

 

The Power Craft Vice Captain

The Power Craft Vice Captain shall:

 

  1. act under the direction of the Power Craft Captain and during their absence, shall act in their stead.

 

  1. be responsible for the maintenance and cleanliness of IRB storage areas and surroundings.

 

  1. assist in the preparation of all boats and gear for Gear Inspection and shall be in attendance.

 

  1. ensure adequate supply of fuel for all purposes at all times and that such fuel be stored correctly.

 

be the holder of the Bronze Medallion and IRB License or above.

Chief First Aid Officer

The Chief First Aid Officer shall:

 

  1. be responsible to the Club Captain and be a member of the Lifesaving Committee.

 

  1. have charge of the Club’s First Aid Room and be responsible for its
    cleanliness.

 

  1. be responsible for the rendering of first aid when and as required.

 

  1. be fully qualified in terms of the rules of Surf Life Saving Australia.

 

  1. as a representative of the Lifesaving Committee of the Club, conduct First Aid Education services for outside individual/ organisations at a commercial rate to be collected on behalf of the Club.

 

  1. ensure that stocks of medical and pharmaceutical supplies are maintained and that the first aid equipment is ready for instant use.

 

  1. have control over all Members in the First Aid Room.

 

  1. furnish the Club Captain and the Life Saving Committee with a record of cases treated upon the seasons closure and as may be otherwise required to do so.

 

  1. liaise and assist the Education, Training and Development Officer in the training and education of new squads in all first aid and emergency care.

 

  1. collect and bank on behalf of the Treasurer all monies earned from the commercial services in accordance with the Financial Management Guidelines.

 

  1. submit a monthly financial report to the Treasurer.

 

  1. submit a monthly report to the Lifesaving Committee.

 

Assistant First Aid Officer

The Assistant First Aid Officer shall:

 

  1. act under the direction of the First Aid Officer and during their absence shall act in their stead.

 

  1. maintain the cleanliness and general order of the first aid room and its equipment.

 

  1. maintain operational order at all times the patrol first aid kits.

Water Safety Coordinator

The water Safety Coordinator shall:

 

  1. be responsible to the Club Captain and shall be a member of the Lifesaving Committee.

 

  1. be holder of the Bronze Medallion and pass the annual proficiency as laid down by Surf Life Saving.

 

  1. be responsible for the supervision of water safety for all events held by the Club.

 

  1. liaise with the Powercraft Captain on lifesaving matters.

 

  1. report in writing to each of the Lifesaving Committee meetings.

 

  1. liaise with the Junior Board of Activities regarding the provision of water safety.

 

Chief Gear Steward

The Chief Gear Steward shall:

 

  1. be responsible to the club captain and shall be a member of the Lifesaving Committee.

 

  1. be responsible for the proper maintenance of all Club Gear and Equipment (other than Competition surf craft).

 

  1. keep an accurate record (including expenditure and depreciation value) of all gear and equipment (other than competition gear).

 

  1. oversee all sections in relations to the annual gear inspection.

 

  1. prepare plans for the future gear requirements and submit these to the Finance committee.

 

  1. report each month to the Lifesaving Committee on the condition of all Life Saving and Carnival gear (other than competition surf craft).

 

  1. be responsible for commercial operations associated with hiring of club gear and equipment other than that associated with the Main Function room and shall keep record of all monthly transactions and report to the Treasurer.

 

  1. collect & bank (on behalf of the Treasurer) all monies earned from hiring in accordance with the enclosed Financial Management Guidelines.

 

  1. submit a monthly financial report to the Treasurer.

 

  1. prior to the Annual General Meeting, be responsible for submitting recommended fees & charges for the hiring of gear for the upcoming 12 month period to the Management Committee for consideration.

 

  1. report in writing monthly to the Lifesaving Committee.

 

 

Assistant Gear Stewards

Assistant Gear Stewards shall:

 

  1. be responsible to the Chief gear Steward.

 

  1. shall act under the direction of the Chief Gear Steward and during the Chief Gear Steward’s absence shall act in their stead.

 

  1. be responsible for the cleanliness and maintenance of all gear storage areas including Patrol rescue room.

 

Patrol Captains

The Patrol Captains shall:-

 

(a) be responsible to the Club Captain and shall be a member of the Lifesaving Committee.

 

(b) be appointed by the Club Captain prior to the first meeting of the Lifesaving Committee after the Annual General Meeting.

 

(c) uphold the Club rules in relation to patrols and lifesaving activities.

 

(d) liaise between the patrolling members and the lifesaving committee.

 

(e) manage designated patrol and ensure effective and efficient patrols are maintained at all times. Notify alterations as and when necessary.

 

(f) report in writing, matters for consideration of patrol incidents to each Lifesaving Committee meeting. Should the patrol captain be unable to attend any Lifesaving Committee Meeting they may appoint their vice captain to attend in their absence.

 

Registrar

The Registrar shall:-

 

(a) be responsible to the Club Captain and shall be a member of the Lifesaving Committee.

 

(b) hold a copy of, and record all amendments to the Constitution, under advice from the Secretary.

 

(c) to assist with U 14 registrations

 

(d) liaise with JBA registrar to ensure compilation of all club registrations for submission to Surf Life Saving Australia.

 

(e) keep a record of Members as they join and record brief, indexed details of their record with the Club.

 

(f) attend proficiency days to collect membership fees and forms from club members for submission to state centre.

 

(g) keep a record for statistical purposes of Club membership, first-aid rendered, Office Bearers, and other relevant information as required for the Annual Reports.

 

(h) maintain a list of Members together with those who severed their connection with the Club during the current year; also the names of Office Bearers and any changes.

 

(i) submit a report in writing to each Lifesaving committee meeting.

 

Radio Officer

The Radio Officer shall:

 

(a) be responsible to the Club captain and a member of the Lifesaving Committee

 

(b) be responsible for the proper use and maintenance of the Club’s radios and relative equipment.

 

(c) become conversant with Branch requirements as regards its use and be properly qualified.

 

(d) instruct all Members as to the correct mode of operation.

 

(e) assist the Education & Training Officer in the Education of training squads.

 

(f) in conjunction with the lifesaving committee draft and implement an appropriate plan for all rescue situations.

 

Assistant Radio Officer

The assistant Radio Officer shall:

 

  1. Act under the direction of the Radio Officer and during their absence shall act in their stead.

 

  1. Maintain the cleanliness and general order of the Radio Room and its equipment.

 

The Call-out-Officer

The Call-out-Officer shall:

 

(a) be responsible for the co-ordination/planning of all 24 hour call-outs, in conjunction with Powercraft captain, Radio Officer & Mobile Officer.

 

(b) responsible for compiling a 24 Hour Call-out list of active volunteer members for this duty.

 

(c) be responsible for conducting debriefing after all call-outs.

 

(d) be responsible for organising training and practice scenario activities.

 

(e) be responsible for liaising with police and other emergency services.

 

(f) attend all meetings of the Life saving Committee

 

 

 

Swim/R & R Manager

The Swim/ R & R Manager shall:-

 

  1. be responsible to the Team Manager( Competition Director) and shall be a member of the Competition Committee and be the holder of a Bronze Medallion.

 

  1. be responsible for the maintenance of an up-to-date financial plan and sponsorship portfolio for Competition.

 

  1. be responsible for advising all Swim/R & R competitors of patrol obligations and notify promptly of all defaults.

 

  1. liaise with the Swim/R & R Coach in regards to Swim/R &R matters and properly represent the coach on matters at meetings of the competition committee.

 

  1. be responsible for setting the schedule of attendance at carnivals and competition for all Swim & R & R competitors.

 

  1. be responsible for submitting all competition entries to Competitions Secretary prior to the closing date and by 31st December. No entry for a carnival to be lodged after 31st December of any competitive Season. (All entries after the 31st are subject to approval of the competition committee).

 

  1. be responsible for coordinating and submitting to the Team Manager all names of swim, R & R competitors requiring accommodation and transport for all Championships prior to 31st December.

 

  1. at the start of each season provide the Team Manager with the names and shirt sizes of each person in the Beach section.

 

  1. provide Team Manager( Competition Director) with all details relating to the names of competitors.

 

  1. provide Team manager with all details relating to transport (dates/times) for section members for championships Carnivals. Such details relate to (g) above must be provided prior to the closing date of each Championship Carnival.

 

  1. on tour, be directly responsible for the discipline and ensuring of good behaviour of each person within the Swim/ R & R Section. Such control to include adherence to curfews and other controls that may be set by the team manager.

 

  1. liaise also with the team manager in respect of all gear and equipment that may be required at all championship Carnivals.

 

  1. represent the Swim/ R& R Coach and Swim/ R & R Competitors at meetings of the Competitions Committee.

 

  1. at the cessation of each season provide the Team Manager with nominations of Swim/R& R Members for consideration by the Executive Committee for awards for outstanding contributions .

 

  1. report in writing to each Competition Committee Meeting

 

Swim/R& R Coach

The Swim/R & R Coach shall;

 

  1. be responsible to the swim/R&R Manager.

 

  1. be responsible for the canvassing and recruitment of new members for the Swim/R& R Team.

 

  1. submit to the Swim/R&R Manager all matters for consideration at the Competition Committee meeting.

 

  1. liaise with the Swim/R & R Manager in the preparation of a financial plan of management for the forthcoming season.

 

  1. be responsible for coaching and instruction of Swim/R & R Team members according to the rules of Surf Life Saving Australia.

 

  1. be fully qualified in terms of the rules of Surf Lifesaving and to ensure that all Swim/R&R team members are appropriately accredited.

 

  1. constantly review training methods and matters of nutrition and advise Team members of those considered to be beneficial.

 

  1. ensuring that the Drugs Policy of Surf Life Saving Australia is strictly adhered to by members of the Swim/R & R Team.

 

  1. be the holder of the Bronze Medallion.

 

  1. be qualified in terms of the rules of Surf Life Saving Australia.

 

The Beach Coach

The Beach Coach shall:

 

  1. be responsible to The Beach Manager.

 

  1. submit to the Beach Manager all matters for consideration at the Competition Committee meeting.

 

  1. be responsible for the canvassing and recruitment of new members for the Beach Team.

 

  1. liaise with the Beach Manager in the preparation of a financial plan of management for the forthcoming season.

 

  1. be responsible for coaching and instruction of Beach Team members according to the rules of Surf Life Saving Australia.

 

  1. be fully qualified in terms of the rules of Surf Lifesaving and to ensure that all beach team members are appropriately accredited.

 

  1. constantly review training methods and matters of nutrition and advising Team members of those considered to be beneficial.

 

  1. ensuring that the Drugs Policy of Surf Life Saving Australia is strictly adhered to by members of the Beach Team.

Board/ski Manager

The Board/ Ski Manager shall:-

 

  1. be responsible to the Team Manager (Competition Director) and shall be a member of the competitions committee.

 

  1. be responsible for the maintenance of a sponsorship portfolio for Board & skis and associated equipment.

 

  1. be responsible for submitting a budget estimate for the Board & Ski section to the Finance Committee for consideration.

 

  1. liaise with the Management Committee & Ski Coach in regards to Management Committee/Ski matters and properly represent the Board & Ski Coach/competitors on all matters at meetings of the Competition Committee.

 

  1. number consecutively, the Club’s boards and skis and keep an accurate record of such, including paddles, the cost of each item and subsequent expenditure.

 

  1. be responsible for the maintenance of an up-to-date financial plan for purchase of equipment and gear.

 

  1. be responsible for advising all board & ski competitors of patrol obligations and notify promptly of all defaults.

 

  1. be responsible for setting the schedule of attendance at carnivals and competition for all Board & Ski competitors.

 

  1. be responsible for submitting all competition entries to Competitions Director prior to date and by 31st December. No entry for a carnival to be lodged after 31st December of any competitive Season. (All entries after the 31st are subject to approval of the competition committee).

 

  1. be responsible for coordinating and submitting to the Team Manager (Competition Director) all relevant accommodation and transport arrangement for all Championships for all Board & Ski competitors before 31st December.

 

  1. at the start of each season provide the Team Manager with the names and shirt sizes of each person in the Board & Ski section.

 

  1. provide Team Manager with all details relating to the numbers of competitors requiring accommodation at Championship Carnivals.

 

  1. provide Team manager with all details relating to transport (dates/times) for section members for championships Carnivals. Such details relate to (g) & (h) above have to be provided prior to the closing date of each Championship Carnival.

 

  1. on tour, be directly responsible for the discipline and ensuring of good behaviour of each person within the Board & Ski Section. Such control to include adherence to curfews and other controls that may be set by the team manager.

 

  1. liaise also with the team manager in respect of all gear and equipment that may be required at all championship Carnivals.

 

  1. be responsible for all gear and equipment relevant to the Board & Ski section when on tour.

 

  1. represent the Board & Ski Captain & competitors at meetings of the Competitions committee.

 

  1. at the cessation of each season provide the Team Manager (Competition Director) with nominations of Board & Ski Crew Members for consideration by the Executive Committee for awards for outstanding contributions.

 

  1. submit a monthly report in writing to the Competition Committee.

 

  1. be a holder of the Bronze Medallion.

 

Board & Ski Coach

The Board and Ski Coach shall:

 

  1. be responsible to the Board & Ski Manager.

 

  1. be responsible for the instruction of Members in the use of surf boards and skis and shall keep a record of all competent board and ski riders.

 

  1. submit to the Board & ski Manager all matters for consideration of the competition committee meeting

 

  1. have full control over Members as to the use of the Club’s competition boards and skis and assure that they are housed on the racks in a tidy and proper manner.

 

  1. be responsible for preparation of all boards and skis for Gear Inspection and be attendance.

 

  1. report to the Board & Ski Manager on the condition of all equipment under the control of the Board and Ski Captain.

 

  1. in the absence of the Board & Ski Manager can act in their good stead.

 

  1. ensure that the Drugs Policy of Surf Life Saving Australia is strictly adhered to by members of the Board & Ski Team.

 

  1. be the Holder of the Bronze Medallion.

 

  1. be fully qualified in terms of the rules of Surf Life Saving Australia and to ensure all appropriately accredited

 

Assistant Board & Ski Coach

Assistant Board & Ski Coach Shall:

 

  1. act under the direction of the Board and Ski Coach and during their absence,
    shall act in their stead.

 

  1. assist in preparation of all boards and skis for Gear Inspection and be attendance.

Boat Manager

The Boat Manager shall:-

 

  1. be responsible to the Team Manager (Competitions Director) and be a member of the Competition Committee.

 

  1. be responsible for the maintenance of the sponsorship portfolio incorporating an up-to-date financial plan for all surf boats.

 

  1. liaise with the Boat Captain in regards to Boat matters. Properly represent the Boat Captain on all matters at meetings of the Competition Committee.

 

  1. be responsible for advising all boat competitors of patrol obligations and notify promptly of all defaults.

 

  1. be responsible of setting the schedule of attendance at carnivals and competition for all crews.

 

  1. be responsible for submitting all competition entries to Competitions Director prior to date and by 31st December. No entry for a carnival to be lodged after 31st December of any competitive Season. (All entries after the 31st are subject to approval of the Competition committee).

 

  1. be responsible for coordinating and submitting to the Team Manager all relevant accommodation and transport arrangement for all Championships before 31st December.

 

  1. at the start of each season, provide the Team Manager with the names and shirt sizes of each person in the boat section.

 

  1. provide Team Manager with all details relating to the numbers of competitors requiring accommodation at Championship Carnivals.

 

  1. provide Team manager with all details relating to transport (dates/times) for section members for championships Carnivals. Such details relate to (g) & (h) above have to be provided prior to the closing date of each Championship Carnival.

 

  1. an tour, be directly responsible for the discipline and ensuring of good behaviour of each person within the Boat Section. Such control to include adherence to curfews and other controls that may be set by the team manager.

 

  1. liaise also with the team manager in respect of all gear and equipment that may be required at all championship Carnivals.

 

  1. be responsible for all gear and equipment relevant to the boat section when on tour.

 

  1. represent the Boat Captain and Boat crews at meetings of the Competitions committee.

 

  1. at the cessation of each season provide the Team Manager with nominations of Boat Crew Members for consideration by the Executive Committee for awards for outstanding contributions.

 

  1. submit a monthly written report to the Competition Committee.

 

  1. be the holder of the Bronze Medallion.

 

Boat Captain

The Boat Captain shall:

 

  1. be responsible to the Boat Manager.

 

  1. submit to the Boat Manager all matters for consideration of the Competition Committee.

 

  1. be responsible for the condition of all equipment and have control over such equipment.

 

  1. be responsible for the instruction of crews according to the rules of Surf Life Saving Australia.

 

  1. be fully qualified in terms of the rules of Surf Life Saving Australia and to ensure all appropriately accredited.

 

  1. at the commencement of each season allocate Training Times (gym & water) together with the boat allocation in respect of each boat crew.

 

  1. prepare all boats and equipment under his jurisdiction for Gear Inspection and be in attendance.

 

  1. in absence of the Boat Manager can act in their stead.

 

  1. ensure that the Drugs Policy of Surf Life Saving Australia is strictly adhered to by members of the Boat Section.

 

  1. have the power to co-opt the assistance of Members (not necessarily active) who, in the opinion of the Boat Captain, are qualified to maintain Surf Boats in good working condition.

 

  1. be the holder of the Bronze medallion.

 

  1. keep a register for statistical purposes and for the assistance of the Treasurer, of the following :–

 

  1.  
    1. Boats and equipment showing: Item, Date of Purchase/Grant, Value, Date of Disposal, Amount Received, Replacement Cost.

 

  1.  
    1. Sponsor.showing: Item sponsored, Sponsor, Date.

 

The Boat Vice Captain

The Boat Vice Captain shall:

 

  1. act under the direction of the Boat Captain and during their absence shall act in their stead.

 

  1. be responsible for the maintenance and cleanliness of boat shed and surroundings.

 

  1. assist in the preparation of all boats and gear for Gear Inspection and shall be in attendance.

 

be the holder of the Bronze Medallion.

Beach Manager

The Beach Manager shall:-

 

  1. be responsible to the Team Manager (Competition Director) and shall be a member of the Competition Committee.

 

  1. liaise with the Beach Coach in regards to Beach matters properly represent the Beach Coach on all matters at meetings of the competition committee.

 

  1. be responsible for the maintenance of an up-to-date financial plan and sponsorship portfolio.

 

  1. be responsible for advising all Beach competitors of patrol obligations and notify promptly of all defaults.

 

  1. be responsible for setting the schedule of attendance at carnivals and competition for all Beach competitors.

 

  1. be responsible for submitting all competition entries to Competitions Director prior to date the closing date and by 31st December. No entry for a carnival to be lodged after 31st December of any competitive Season.

 

  1. at the start of each season provide the Team Manager with the names and shirt sizes of each person in the Beach section.

 

  1. provide Team Manager with all details relating to the numbers of competitors requiring accommodation at Championship Carnivals.(All entries after the 31st are subject to approval of the competition committee).

 

  1. provide Team manager with all details relating to transport (dates/times) for section members for championships Carnivals. Such details to be provided prior to the closing date for entries for each Championship Carnival.

 

  1. on tour, be directly responsible for the discipline and ensuring of good behaviour of each person within the Beach Section. Such control to include adherence to curfews and other controls that may be set by the team manager.

 

  1. liaise also with the team manager in respect of all gear and equipment that may be required at all championship Carnivals.

 

  1. be the representative of the Beach Coach and Beach Competitors at meetings of the Competitions Committee.

 

  1. at the cessation of each season provide the Team Manager with nominations of Beach Members for consideration by the Executive Committee for awards for outstanding contributions .

 

  1. submit a monthly written report to the Competition Committee.

 

 

IRB Competition Manager

The IRB Competition Manager shall:

 

  1. be responsible to the Team Manager(Competition Director) and shall be a member of the Competition Committee.

 

  1. be responsible for the maintenance of the sponsorship portfolio incorporating an up-to-date financial plan for all boats.

 

  1. be responsible for advising all IRB competitors of patrol obligations and notify promptly of all defaults.

 

  1. be responsible for setting the schedule of attendance at carnivals and competition for all crews.

 

  1. be responsible for submitting all competition entries to Competitions Secretary prior to date. No entry for a carnival to be lodged after 31st December of any competitive Season. (All entries after the 31st are subject to approval of the competition committee).

 

  1. be responsible for coordinating and submitting to the Team Manager all relevant accommodation and transport arrangement for all Championships.

 

  1. at the start of each season provide the Team Manager (Competition Director) with the names and shirt sizes of each person in the IRB section.

 

  1. provide Team Manager with all details relating to the numbers of competitors requiring accommodation at Championship Carnivals.

 

  1. provide Team manager with all details relating to transport (dates/times) for section members for championships Carnivals. Such details relate to (g) & (h) above have to be provided prior to the closing date of each Championship Carnival.

 

  1. on tour, be directly responsible for the discipline and ensuring of good behaviour of each person within the IRB Section. Such control to include adherence to curfews and other controls that may be set by the team manager.

 

  1. liaise also with the team manager in respect of all gear and equipment that may be required at all championship Carnivals.

 

  1. be responsible for all gear and equipment relevant to the IRB section when on tour.

 

  1. represent the IRB crews at meetings of the Competitions committee.

 

  1. at the cessation of each season provide the Team Manager with nominations of IRB Crew Members for consideration by the Executive Committee for awards for outstanding contributions .

 

  1. submit a written monthly report to the Competitions Committee meeting.

Assistant Chief Education, Training & Development Officer

The Assistant Chief Education, Training & Development Officer shall:

 

  1. be responsible to the Chief Education, Training & Development Officer and will be a ember of the Education, Training & Development Committee

 

  1. assist the Training Officer in the discharge of their duties, including.

• To assist in the recruitment of new award nominees

• To train/assist new instructors in the training of squads

• To assist in the training of squads

 

  1. in the absence of the Training Officer, have like powers and authorities so far as these can be assumed.

 

  1. be the holder of all relevant accreditation for the instruction being undertaken.

 

  1. be responsible for the training of a minimum of one squad through the patrol season.

Training Officers

Training Officers shall:-

 

  1. be responsible to the Chief Education, Training & Development Officer and shall be a member of the Education, Training & Development Committee.

 

  1. be qualified as per the award requirements laid down by Surf Life Saving Australia.

 

  1. be appointed and notified of appointed by the Chief Education, Training & Development Officer prior to the first meeting of the Education, Training Committee and after the Annual General Meeting.

 

  1. under the direction of the Chief Education, Training & Development Officer will be allocated squads for training and examination of all awards as laid down by Surf Life Saving.

 

  1. assist with the annual; proficiency tests each season by ensuring all patrol members are up to date with proficiency requirements.

 

  1. Report in writing to each Education, Training & Development Committee Meeting.

JBA Development Liaison Officers

JBA Liaison Officers shall:

 

  1. attend all meetings of the Education, Training & Development Committee and report to the next meeting of the Board of Junior Activities.

 

  1. be a member of the Education, Training & Development Committee.

 

  1. in the event of the inability to attend a meeting be required to arrange a substitute.

Food & Beverage Coordinator

The Food & Beverage Coordinator shall:

 

  1. be responsible to the Social Secretary and shall be a member of the Social Committee.

 

  1. be responsible for the operations of all food and soft drink outlets for Special Events and all authorised club events.

 

  1. collect on behalf of the Social Secretary collect all monies earn from sales.

 

  1. collect all monies earned from sales and forward to the Social Secretary for banking on behalf of the Treasurer in accordance with the Financial Management Guidelines.

 

  1. be responsible for the maintenance of relevant book keeping associated with stock and money control relating to activities under his/her control.

 

  1. be responsible for setting rosters for assistants to operate food & beverages outlets.

 

  1. be responsible for the maintenance of all gear & equipment and storage areas (associated with their activities) in a clean, safe & operational condition.

 

Regalia Officer

The Regalia Officer shall:

 

  1. be Responsible to the Treasurer.

 

  1. maintain a variety of Club Regalia for sale to the club members and Public.

 

  1. be responsible for updating the variety and styles on sale.

 

  1. collect and bank, on behalf of the Treasurer all monies earned from sales in accordance with the Financial Management Guidelines.

 

  1. be responsible for the maintenance of relevant bookkeeping associated with stock and money earned from sales.

 

  1. submit a monthly Financial Report to the Treasurer.

 

The Handicapper

The Handicapper shall:

 

  1. ensure that Club competition events are conducted on a regular basis.

 

  1. ensure that a record of points obtained by Members is transmitted to the Captain as soon as possible after the conduct of the event.

 

  1. ensure that a record of points obtained by Members is maintained.

 

The Mobile Officer

The Mobile Officer shall:

 

  1. assist the call-out Officer in prepare the 24 Hour Mobile rescue equipment, including fully equipped vehicles & trailers.

 

  1. ensure fully equipped 4WD and associated gear is ready for immediate use.

 

  1. be responsible for the condition/maintenance of all mobile equipment including regular servicing.

 

  1. be responsible for the preparation of all mobile equipment for the annual gear inspection and be in attendance.

 

  1. be responsible for the maintenance of the sponsorship portfolio incorporating an up-to-date financial plan for all mobile equipment.

 

Publicity Officer

The Publicity Officer shall:

 

  1. be responsible to the Club Secretary.

 

  1. report and publicise the Club’s various activities in whatever manner and form, and by means of whatever media they consider appropriate.

 

  1. not incur any cost in the discharge of the duties of the Publicity Officer without the prior approval of the Executive or Committee.

 

  1. maintain ongoing record in the form of scrapbook of all club activities.

 

  1. be an Ex-Officio member of all committee meetings with no voting power.

 

Assistant Publicity Officer

The Assistant Publicity Officer shall:

 

  1. act under the direction of the Publicity Officer and during their absence shall act in their stead.

 

  1. collect all newsworthy items from members to assist in the publicity of the clubs activities and pass to the Publicity Officer.

 

Delegate to the Branch

The Delegate to the Branch shall:

 

  1. attend all meetings of the Management Committee.

 

  1. attend all general meetings of the Branch and report to the Management Committee meeting of the Club.

 

  1. vote in accordance with any decision reached previously by the Management Committee.

 

  1. in the event of the inability to attend a Branch general meeting, be required to arrange a substitute.

 

  1. forfeit their Office if they fail, without reasonable excuse to attend three (3) successive Branch General Meetings of which they have received notice.

 

  1. be the President or Vice-President and one other member of the Management Committee to attend on rotation basis.

 

Board of Junior Activities Secretary

The JBA Secretary shall:

 

  1. be responsible for the administrative functions of the JBA sub-committee.

 

  1. be responsible for the drafting of outward correspondence for the signature of the Club Secretary.

 

  1. be responsible for the maintenance of all incoming correspondence relative to JBA activities.

 

Board of Junior Activities Registrar

The JBA Registrar shall:

 

  1. be responsible to the Chairperson of Junior Board of Activities

 

  1. co-ordinate the membership registration and qualification of JBA Members.

 

Board of Junior Activities Team Manager

Board of Junior Activities team Manager shall:

 

  1. be responsible to the Chairperson of Junior Board of Activities

 

  1. co-ordinate all tours of the JBA Team Competition; including the Travel and Accommodation arrangements and enforcement of rules of competition both within and upon members.

 

Board of Junior Activities Age Managers

Board of Junior Activities Age Managers shall:

 

  1. assist the JBA Team Manager by coordinating age group during touring competition.

 

Board of Junior Activities Coaches

JBA Coaches shall:

 

  1. be qualified in the terms of Coaching & Surf Lifesaving.

 

  1. promote the ideas of fair play

 

  1. promote and encourage the correct training and processes.

 

Board of Junior Activities Delegates to JBA Branch Meetings

Delegates to the Branch shall:

 

  1. attend all general meetings of the Junior Activities Branch and report to the next committee meeting of the Mollymook Board of Junior Activities.

 

  1. vote in accordance with any decision reached previously by the Board of Junior Activities.

 

  1. in the event of an inability to attend a meeting be required to arrange a substitute.

 

  1. forfeit their Office if they fail, without reasonable excuse, to attend three (3) successive Junior Activities Branch Meetings.

 

Board of Junior Activities Publicity Officer

The JBA Publicity Officer shall:

 

  1. provide media reports for the promotion and Education of JBA activities and membership.

 

Board of Junior Activities Clothing & Gear Coordinator

The JBA Clothing and Gear Coordinator shall:

 

  1. control and purchase and sale of JBA merchandise

 

  1. liaise with the Regalia Officer

 

  1. collect and bank on behalf of the Treasurer all monies earned form the commercial services in accordance with the enclosed Financial Management Guidelines.

 

  1. submit a monthly financial report to the Treasurer.

Gym Custodian

The Gym Custodian shall:

 

  1. be responsible for the maintenance in a safe condition all gymnasium equipment.

 

  1. recommend to the committee the purchase of new equipment.

 

  1. ensure the correct O.H. & S. policies are adhered to.

 

  1. ensure that the Gymnasium is maintained in a clean & tidy condition,

 

  1. ensure that all unwanted / surplus material is removed from the gymnasium.

 

Auditor

The Auditor or Auditors shall:

 

  1. be elected at the Annual General Meeting.

 

  1. examine all accounts, vouchers, receipts, books etc; and furnish a report thereon to the Members at the Annual General Meeting.

 

  1. conduct audits at regular intervals of not less than twelve (12) months.

 

  1. not be a Member of, or closely related to a Member of the Management Committee.

 

Website Administrator

The Website Administrator shall:

 

  1. be responsible to the Club Secretary

 

  1. administer maintain the Club web site as instructed by the Management Committee.