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Post Primary Schools Officer 2017-09-13 15:23:00

Post Primary Schools Officer

Job Specification

 

 

Position:                                             Post-Primary Schools’ Officer (Part-Time)

CLG Port Láirge

 

Role/Purpose:                                    The person will have responsibility for the provision of administrative, clerical and games planning/management services to the County Post-Primary Schools’ Committee (CPPSC)

 

Reports/Accountable to:                  Waterford GAA Games Development Manager

Principle Accountabilities:

 

  • - The provision of administrative, clerical and management support and services to the County Post-Primary Schools’ Committee in relation to:
  • - The Secretarial function of the CPPSC in relation to meetings, Disciplinary and ongoing office administration
  • Preparation of the Annual Master Fixtures Plan for the CPPSC
  • Administration of and arrangements for all CPPSC fixtures including:
  •   - Appointment of Referees
  •   - Arrangement of Venues and Alternate venues
  •   - Gate Collection staffing, Supervision, Reconciliation and Lodgement
  •   - Disciplinary matters
  •   - Appeals
  •   - Objections
  • Liaising with Games Manager and GDA’s to ensure GAA activities ( fixtures etc )  are coordinated in all post primary schools and assist as required on Post Primary Development project.
  • Assisting the Post Primary committee treasurer in the preparation of Annual Financial Statements including an Income & Expenditure Account and Balance Sheet
  • Carrying out the Bank Reconciliation on the CPPSC bank account(s) on a monthly basis
  • Dealing with the annual audit of the CPPSC accounts
  • Development and promotion of CPPS competitions and initiatives in local media publications and outlets.
  • The Job Holder will sit on the Deise Og fixtures planning committee and will provide this committee with regular reports on the status of Gaelic Games in the Post Primary sector and will assist in drawing up a plan of action.
  • Other administrative and clerical duties assigned to the Job Holder by the County Secretary or Manager from time to time.
  • The Job Holder will also undertake any other such projects or responsibilities as deemed appropriate by their Manager (County Games Development Manager)

Interested candidates should forward a current CV to 

Waterford GAA Games Development Manager Eoin Breathnach by email only to eoin.breathnach.gda.waterford@gaa.ie by 5pm Wednesday 27th September 2017.

 

Late applications will not be considered.

 

Waterford GAA is an equal opportunities employer





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