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Norfolk Girls Softball Technical Operations. Roles & Responsibilities. November, 2011. Website. Vendor Management Site Administration Grant / revoke access to NGS associates to update content on site. Content updates can come from league coordinators, coaches, etc

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Norfolk girls softball technical operations

Norfolk Girls SoftballTechnical Operations

Roles & Responsibilities

November, 2011


Website

Website

  • Vendor Management

  • Site Administration

    • Grant / revoke access to NGS associates to update content on site. Content updates can come from league coordinators, coaches, etc

    • Ongoing Health and Welfare of site

  • Capability Expert

    • What’s available from vendor?

    • What’s valuable?

  • Website Layout / Navigation

  • Miscellaneous

    • How to mine data – i.e. email distribution lists, etc.

    • Point person on ‘how-to’ questions from NGS associates

  • Time Commitment

    • One time event 10-20 hours to convert to new site

    • Ongoing 1-3 hours per month (12-36 hours per year)


Fields

Fields

  • Liaison to Norfolk Recreation Commission

    • Convey needs of NGS

    • Coordinate field allocations for spring league

    • Understand near and long term plans for fields

  • Point of escalation for field issues

    • Maintain punch list of field issues (i.e. field 4 home plate is crooked)

    • Work with NGS associates and Norfolk Recreation Commission on resolution of field issues

  • Present major field improvement suggestions to board for discussion

  • Time commitment

    • December / January / February – Meet with Norfolk Recreation Commission on field allocations

    • March – Deliver field allocation to NGS Scheduling

    • During season: 1-2 hours per week to handle field related issues and seek input from coaches and league coordinators of any field related issue

    • Fall – Make capital recommendations for following season (i.e. addition of clay, re-setting bases, etc)


Scheduling

Scheduling

  • Overall responsibility for scheduling of spring season practices, games and fields across all leagues

  • Coordination of inter-town games

  • Coordination with NGS Fields point person

  • Time commitment

    • March & April when registration closes

    • On-going during spring season to coordinate makeup games


Umpires

Umpires

  • Overall responsibility for scheduling of spring season umpires for Senior, Major and Minor league games.

    • Question: who handles giving the umpire money? Home coach? How do money get to coach?

  • Time commitment

    • March & April after schedule is completed

    • On-going to ensure umpires at each game

    • On-going to coordinate makeup games


Equipment

Equipment

  • Equipment building cleanup and inventory (fall)

    • Clean and organize equipment building

    • Identify equipment needs for spring season

  • Order New Equipment

    • Seek board approval on proposed purchases

    • Order, receive & handle new equipment

  • Coaches bag assembly & hand-out (spring)

    • Create / update punch list of for contents of coaches bag (i.e. 3 bats; 5 batting helmets; catchers helmet, etc.)

    • Assemble bags

    • Coordinate delivery of coaches bag

  • Time commitment

    • Spring: 8-10 hours to assemble coaches bags and facilitate hand out

    • Fall: coordinate cleanup team of 4-5 people for ½ day

    • During season: < 1 hour per week to field equipment issues and resolve


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