Sports Official/Referee

Pay Rate: $8 – $10/hr., Depending on Experience
LOCATION: Various Locations
SCHEDULE: Part time, Days and Hours Vary

JOB SUMMARY: The Sports Official/Ref will assist the Site Coordinator and/or Executive Director in managing Youth and/or Adult Sports programs for the site in accordance with the Association’s goals and objectives. This will involve sports program management, all sports related program supervision, promotion, safety, and volunteer leadership

1. Improve and assist in development of all phases of sports programs for the site. Use of creativity is encouraged.
2. Risk Management – make sure facilities/equipment are clean, safe and in proper working condition prior to use and ensure equipment is used appropriately by participants.
3. Be responsible for all equipment owned by the YMCA. Must help set up and then return equipment to the YMCA.
4. Public Relations – maintain good working relationships with participants and/or school staff where the YMCA may be using their facilities.
5. Keep score for adult and/or youth leagues/tournaments.
6. Update standings of all leagues/tournaments, scheduled and on-going as requested.
7. Stay informed on all up-coming events pertaining to youth/adult sports.
8. Assist in maintaining cleanliness of gymnasium, office and any other areas used by the sports department.
9. Must be punctual for all assignments. This is an essential function of your position.
10. Supervise players at all times.
11. Be a positive part of the YMCA Team.
12. Assist with maintaining accurate records of participation in site sports programs as requested.
13. Must abide by guidelines set forth in YMCA Personnel Policy Manual.
14. Must exemplify YMCA Core Values of caring, honesty, respect, responsibility & faith, and
1. implement these values into daily behavior and all program/work areas.

1. Must have at least one year experience in all aspects of youth/adult sports.
2. Must be knowledgeable in rules/coaching requirements for YMCA sports.
3. Ability to communicate effectively with staff and volunteers.
4. Ability to interpret the goals and objectives of the Association both written and orally.
5. Possess current CPR training documentation showing successful participation therein.