Many people give their time freely and willingly to help Badminton Hutt Valley (BHV) reach its goals by providing human resources along with new and fresh ideas to the organisation. BHV fosters further education and sharing of experiences with new volunteers and appreciates the hard work of volunteers within the organisation.
We recognise and value the work of our volunteers and provide the support that is needed and have created a ‘Hutt Valley Badminton Volunteer Plan’. In this plan we outline how we will Recruit, Retain, Recognise and Replace volunteers to ensure smooth operations for all involved with Hutt Valley Badminton.
The following volunteer positions are available:
The President/Chairperson is the principle leader of the BHV and has overall responsibility for the association’s administration.
The Secretary is the chief administration officer of the BHV and must be a financial member of a Club affiliated to the Association. This person is the link between members, the management committee and outside agencies (Along with the Communications Officer).
The Treasurer is the chief financial management officer for the BHV who must be a financial member of a Club affiliated to the Association.
The Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for the human resource planning, recruiting, selection, training and recognition of the BHV volunteers in conjunction with committee members.
Communications (Marketing and Promotions) Officer
The Communications (Marketing and Promotions) Officer is responsible for overseeing the implementation of the BHV communications and marketing plan.
Marketing and Promotions Officer
The Marketing and Promotions Officer is responsible for developing an overseeing the implementation of the BHV marketing plan.
The Fundraising and Sponsorship Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the sponsorship and fundraising activities of the BHV.
Health and Safety Officer
The Health and Safety Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the implementation of the BHV Health and Safety Policy.
Child Protection Officer
The Child Protection Officer is responsible for overseeing the health and wellbeing of all persons under the age of 18 associated with the BHV facilities, teams and Clubs through the implementation of the BHV Child Protection Policy
The Coaching Coordinator is responsible for the coordination of all coaching activities within the BHV.
The Building Manager is responsible for all access, repairs and maintenance in and around the BHV facility.
Coaches are responsible for training athletes, analysing their performances, instructing in relevant
skills, to provide encouragement and you will also assist athletes to reach their full potential. We
have individual and team coaching options.
Team managers are responsible for organising teams, including players, accommodation and travel to/from tournaments.
The umpire is responsible for a particular match and shall be in charge of the court and its immediate surrounds. The Umpire shall ensure the match is conducted in accordance with the Laws of Badminton, the Rules and Regulations of BHV and any other regulations pertinent to the specific competition.
The Referee is in charge of tournament play. The referee shall ensure that the tournament is conducted in accordance with the Laws of Badminton, the Rules and Regulations of Badminton New Zealand, the and any other regulations pertinent to the specific competition.
General Tournament Official
General Tournament Officials are responsible for supporting tournament operations.
The photographer is responsible for documenting action that occurs at tournaments and events happening at the BHV. The photos need to be of a high standard as they may be used on social media and for marketing purposes.
The Catering Managers responsibilities include preparation and distribution of food, and overall organisation/operation of the kitchen during events/tournaments held at the BHV.
The Event director is responsible for all pre-planning of a tournament; this will include liaising with the volunteer Co-Coordinator, gathering prize money (possibly through the Funding/Sponsorship Coordinator, entries and tournament set up (on Computer software). On tournament days you are an extra hand used where required.
The Tournament Controller is responsible for the ‘on the day’ running of a tournament, ensuring smooth transition of matches, results recording and upload to the internet.
Full job descriptions for each position are available from the Committee on request.
We encourage Volunteer support in working towards our vision of “Badminton is one of the leading participation sports in the Hutt Valley”. Expressions of interest in Volunteering should be directed to the committee by emailing email@example.com