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Board Positions Available
Submitted By Stephanie Earley on Saturday, September 5, 2020
The PSHC Board is looking for individuals to fill the following positions for the 2020-2021 hockey season - Chief Time Keeper, Referee in Chief, Registrar & Health & Safety Communications officer.  Posted positions job descriptions can be found below. Positions will be Posted until September 17th. Please submit interest in writing to [email protected] no later than September 17th. 

Posted Positions Job Descriptions: 

Referee in Chief;
The Referee In Chief shall:

  • ensure there are enough referees in place to officiate all games;
  • liaison with the Ice-Time Director and Treasurer to estimate fees for the upcoming year;
  • ensure refereeing complaints are addressed and solved in a timely fashion;
  • recruit, train, monitor and evaluate performance of referees;
  • schedule referees maintaining accurate records for payment;
  • supervise the Chief Timekeeper in the carrying out of the positions’ duties.
  • carry out other duties as assigned by the Board, Executive Committee, or the President.
  • must possess a minimum Level 3 Certification. 


Chief Timekeeper:
The Chief Timekeeper shall:

  • Recruit and train timekeepers as required annually.
  • Set up an accurate recording system covering disbursements relating to timekeepers for delivery to the Treasurer
  • schedule all timekeeping requirements for the Club.
  • supervise and keep records on an ongoing basis of the performance of all timekeepers
  • liaise with the Ice-Time Director to ensure all timekeeping requirements are met.
  • report to the Chief referee concerning timekeeping procedures and performance.
  • present annually or as requested a report concerning performance of all timekeepers with recommendations for retention or removal of timekeepers to the Board.
  • carry out other duties as assigned by the Board, Executive Committee, or the President. 



The Registrar shall:

  • The position will be contracted out for a two (2) year term
  • The Registrar will report jointly to the Vice President and Treasurer.
  • Will be non Board Member
  • Shall set the dates for hockey registrations at the direction of the Board.
  • Shall prepare the fee bundles and packages for each division at the direction of the Board.
  • The principal duties of the Registrar shall be to account for all player and team officials’ registrations.
  • Will notify members of payments due.
  • Shall input data and work in conjunction with the Treasurer. Any payments accompanying registrations shall be accounted for and passed along to the Association Treasurer
  • The Registrar shall process paperwork for transferring players and coaches to or from PSHC.
  • The Registrar shall prepare reports for all coaches, league conveners, or Board members, that are deemed necessary
  • Shall assist parents with player registration as necessary
  • The Registrar shall also prepare official team rosters and submit them to OMHA prior to the deadline of December 31, and distribute to the appropriate team manager.
  • Shall ensure that all AP’s are rostered prior to the January 15th deadline. 
  • The Registrar shall correspond with HC and update the registration page when necessary.
  • Shall attend Hockey Canada training seminars when necessary. 


Health & Safety Communications Officer

The Health & Safety Communications Officer shall:

  • Monitoring all relevant updates from the public health authority. 
  • Monitoring all relevant updates from the Hockey Executive. 
  • Communicating with local facilities on guidelines and updates. 
  • Ensuring teams are following the prevention guidelines set by the Hockey Executive /hockey association/league. 
  • Ensuring any COVID-19 cases are reported as required by the public health authority, Hockey Executive, hockey association, league and facility. 
  • Meet with the Hockey Executive on a regular basis to assist in facilitating updates. 
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