Many of you know that I just love to talk governance, and lucky for me, that time has come around again! In this email, you’ll find info on two VERY IMPORTANT topics:
- The ANC AGM 2020
- Open Board positions and how to apply
Please please please take five minutes to read this message - there’ll be a quiz to follow soon and anyone who doesn’t get 85% or above will be banished from brunch…
1. ANC AGM 2020
This year’s AGM will be held on the evening of Thursday 26th March. We really hope to see as many of you there as possible - this is the best chance you’ll have all year to have your say on Club matters, and we *really* appreciate (and need!) your input.
Exact time and location to follow in the coming weeks.
If you would like to submit agenda items for the AGM, please send these to Grace at firstname.lastname@example.org
no later than 28th February 2020. Remember that the AGM is meant to discuss (and, if necessary, vote on) topics that are of club-wide relevance.
Things already on the agenda include:
- Updates from Board members
- Club finances
- Open Board positions (see below!)
Two weeks in advance of the AGM, the full agenda will be sent out, as well as instructions on how to submit a (proxy) vote on any motions we plan to discuss (if applicable).
For your reference, please also find attached the minutes from the 2019 AGM and the 2019 "Mid-Year" Report.
2. Open Board Positions
We currently have a few open Board positions that we just can’t wait to fill! The open roles are (see below for position descriptions):
- Training Coordinator
- Head of Membership
- Fundraising Officer
All of these positions would be part of the ANC Board and would therefore be invited to attend quarterly Board meetings and assist in club wide decision making.
To apply for any of these roles, please send an email with a short description about why you’d like to apply/what you would bring to the position to email@example.com, no later than 28th February 2020.
If you have any questions about the positions, speak to Lucy or another member of the ANEC.
We’ll share voting information (which will be done online, by all members) two weeks in advance of the AGM. The successful applicants will be contacted, and then announced at the AGM.
Training Coordinator/Head of Training
The Training Committee is largely responsible for organising training sessions for new and existing members, ensuring that all members are developing the skills needed to participate in the sport. You and your Committee would be responsible for:
- Coordinating training sessions (for example, designing session themes and assigning coaches)
- Internal league/match organisation, including making schedules, arranging teams, coordinating with captains and organising umpires
- Coordinating (with the help of the Board) regular matches with other Dutch teams
IMPORTANT: The person who applies for this position does not necessarily have to be a “Head Coach” - you may not even want to do much coaching yourself. We are looking for someone who can lead and delegate, someone who is organised, enthusiastic, and inclusive. If this sounds like you then we'd love you to apply - no previous coaching experience required!
Head of Membership
The Head of Membership is the first point of contact for all potential members and existing members who have questions about the club. They will process new members, greet potential members at Orientation Events and describe membership options to them, or ensure that someone else does so. The Head of Membership will report directly to the Club Secretary and also work closely with the Treasurer to ensure fees are processed correctly. Key responsibilities include:
- Regularly checking the Amsterdam Netball Club email account and responding to enquiries from potential new members and existing members regarding orientation sessions and membership, referring these to the ANEC where necessary
- Collecting orientation sign up details from the google form ahead of orientation trainings, and informing the training committee of numbers
- Greeting potential new members at orientation sessions and explaining how the club works/answering questions
- Following up with orientation attendees to let them know how to sign up and collecting information on reasons for no shows/no sign ups
ANC is a non-profit organisation run on the power of volunteers and our only income is from our membership fees. To be able to provide more to our members and to grow the sport of netball in our city, we would like to add a Fundraising Officer to our Board. This is a new position and is therefore open to interpretation, but we imagine you would work closely with the Social Committee as well as with the President and Treasurer in both fundraising and sponsorship opportunities
Key responsibilities may include:
- Organisation and running of 2 fundraising events per year
- Seek out and apply for grants
- Look for sponsorship opportunities