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Registrations and Fixtures Officer

The Registrations and Fixtures Officer is responsible for the registration of players and ensures that the fixtures of each team are confirmed and a fixture list is established for each season.

Registrations and Fixtures Officer

Role Title:

Registrations and Fixtures Officer

Responsible to:

  • The Committee.

Main Purpose of the Role:

The Registrations and Fixtures Officer is responsible for the registration of players and ensures that the fixtures of each team are confirmed and a fixture list is established for each season.

Duties:

  • Ensure all registration forms are completed on time and to the club's requirements.
  • Create a full list of fixtures for each team in the club, liaising with the relevant Team Manager and league Fixtures Secretary.
  • Review and rearrange fixtures list as necessary.
  • Complete all relevant documentation appertaining to registration and fixtures (including referee reports) and distribute as appropriate.
  • Manage the process for registering, transferring and releasing players.
  • Collect and record subscriptions fees and pass to the Treasurer.
  • Keep the database of member's names and address up to date.
  • Receipt of identification cards and issuing to the relevant Team Manager.
  • Keep a record of statistics from each fixture - working with the Team Manager and Social Media Manager to create and publish match reports.
  • Follow the Code of Conduct at all times and ensure that other members do the same.

Meetings to attend:

  • Club Committee Meetings

Other Information

Essential Behaviours & Skills:

  • Good planning and organisational skills
  • Attention to detail.
  • Numerate and basic bookkeeping.
  • Good written communication.
  • Tact, diplomacy and assertiveness.

Desirable Knowledge & Experience:

  • Knowledge of the external contacts within the league.
  • Understanding of the RFL regulations with regards to fixtures, subscriptions and registrations.
  • IT literate in Microsoft Office, use of email and standard database applications.

Safeguarding:

  • Enhanced DBS check

Mandatory Training:

Recommended Training:

  • NVQ in Business Administration

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