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AMHL is Looking to Fill the Registrar Position
Submitted By AMHL on Saturday, January 19, 2013
Ancaster Minor Hockey is looking to fill the position of Registrar starting March 1, 2013.

Responsibilities include:

  • Manage all on-line player registrations and transfers from other centres using HCR (Hockey Canada Registry) which links directly with the OMHA player/coach database.
  • Set up the HCR system with fees as approved by the Board to accept registrations for the upcoming season, spring development camps and spring tryouts.
  • Work with the Treasurer and the QuickEnrol on-line system to provide regular reconciliation of registration to ensure all registration receipts are properly recorded. 
  • Work with the Treasurer to process refunds on a timely basis.
  • Assist with on-site registration and coordination during rep tryouts.
  • Hand over all monies collected for manual registrations to the Treasurer.
  • Provide the board with regular registration reports.
  • Roster all registered players as per OMHA guidelines.
  • Maintain and manage APs (affiliated players) for all rep teams.
  • Liase with the OMHA to resolve all registration, player movement, transfers and rostering issues in HCR.
  • Maintain and provide a current email list of all registered hockey families to the Board.
Requirements include:
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills and attention to detail.
  • Hockey administration knowledge is an asset.
  • A computer with internet access.

Renumeration:

  • This is a paid position with a volunteer component. Please contact us for details.
  • The starting date is March 1 ,2013.

Please email your application to Tony Valaitis ([email protected]),Vice-President, AMHL by February 10, 2013. Please note that only selected candidates may receive an interview request.





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