1. Overall responsibility for the club with emphasis on strategic planning, monitoring the strategic plan and the relationship with Table Tennis Wellington (TTW).
2. Liaise with portfolio holders to ensure targets are met.
3. Chair meetings of the Board, the Building Development Committee and general meetings of the Club.
4. Co-ordinate and develop funding applications.
a. Interclub Selector
b. Club Tournament Manager
c. Webmail Administrator (short term)
d. Administer Interclub Appearances spreadsheet
1. Responsible for the playing activities within the club and for delivering a range of quality playing programmes and services that respond to the needs of members.
2. Nominate selector/s to select interclub teams.
3. Prepare programmes, timetables and documentation for Club days/nights.
4. Act as stadium booking agent:
a. Control hall bookings
b. Maintain on line events calendar
c. Monitor TTW hall hire so that we receive the correct fee
a. Monday night reception
b. Purchase of computer and printer supplies
c. Maintain club brochure and laminated notices
|John has played table tennis for a while, having a break at various stages to
try something else. He plays tennis as a summer sport and spent a few years as Club Captain as well as helping out on committees. Other interests include soccer,
English Premiership as well as the top leagues played around the world, book reading, building model kitsets and following sport in general in NZ.
John was elected to the Board as Building Convenor in 2009.|
1. Responsible for the maintenance and development of the fabric of the stadium and equipment and building security.
2. Key member of the Building Development committee.
3. Administer leases.
4. Ensure that the building has a current WOF.
5. Manage cleaner.
a. Monday night reception
b. Clean tables
|Raewyn volunteered to be the Finance Convenor of Empire Table Tennis Club in February 2010, after there had been a
vacancy in the position for approximately 6 months. Raewyn is a Chartered Accountant (specialising in Financial Accounting) and has been a member of
ICANZ since 1989. Most of her professional career has been in government but she has been working for a large not-for-profit organization since mid
2007. Raewyn has been playing table tennis at a top level for over 30 years and has represented New Zealand at both Senior and Veteran
level. She comes from a local table tennis pedigree with her Uncle (Barry Cross) winning various junior New Zealand
titles in the 1960’s and her Father (Allan Cross) being the Administrator of the St Joseph’s Club in Upper Hutt for many years. Raewyn is passionate
about table tennis and wants to use her financial experience for the benefit of the Empire Table Tennis Club.|
1. Responsible for the financial management of the Club.
2. Financial accounting including audited end of year accounts.
3. Preparation of budgets and reporting on variances to the Board.
4. Key member of the Building Development Committee.
5. Assist with the development of funding applications.
a. Club Coach (qualified)
Pep joined the Empire Table Tennis Club in 2013 as a newly elected member of the Board.
She initially was involved as a voluntary supporting member of the Friday night Junior session where in 2012 the club was seriously in demand of support from parents
with a child involved in playing table tennis.
1. Responsible for providing a secretarial service for the Board and Board members as required.
2. Collate and produce Annual Report.
3. Ensure copies of the annual report and all newsletters are filed in the appropriate folders in the archives (steel cupboard).
4. Ensure provision of Monday night supper.
Maggie has been a dedicated member of the Empire Table Tennis Club since 1995, a board member since 2000, a current life member, her qualities exceeds her|
1. Responsible for non playing revenue generation for the Club.
2. Co-ordination of all fund raising activities.
3. Ensure that catering is provided for tournaments and championships as required along with appropriate level of staffing.
4. Shop management, including purchasing of kitchen supplies.
5. Purchase and sale of club shirts.
a. Maintain membership database (short term)
b. Provide attendance statistics (short term)
c. Provide subscription statistics (short term)
Martin volunteered to take on the role of Communications Convenor from July 2011, after the
departure of Tai Zhu who held the position since 2010|
1. Responsible for supporting all Club IT systems including:
c. Games allocation program
d. Membership database
e. Subscription recording
f. Attendance recording
2. Develop new systems as required.
3. Produce Club newsletter.
a. Produce certificates as required