The Junior Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Redcliffe Peninsula SLSC Inc. will be held at the clubhouse, Marine Parade, Redcliffe, on Sunday 6th March 2022 at 11.00am.
The primary purpose of this meeting is to elect the Junior Activities (JA) team roles who will be responsible for the successful running of the 2022-23 season.
To join the team, please submit the below online form or ask for a nomination form at the clubhouse.
Position descriptions are available to download below the form.
Junior Activities Team Nomination Form
The Junior Activities Chair (JAC) is the principal leader of the Junior Activities club and has the overall responsibility for the administration of the Junior Activities area within the club structure. The JAC provides leadership and direction to the Junior Activities Committee, officers, and Junior members. The JAC is the direct link to the senior club and is a member of the club’s Management Committee.
The Junior Activities Secretary is the key administrative officer of the Junior Activities Committee and is responsible for the coordinating link between the junior members, the club’s Management Committee and outside agencies.
Collects registration details of all Junior members and enters them into SLSQ database system (Surfguard). Passes the registration details to the Club Administrator. Is responsible for keeping attendance sign on/off records on Nipper Sundays.
The Junior Activities Training & Education Officer is primarily responsible for the management of Junior awards and the maintenance of awards for all persons working with the Junior area (e.g. Water Safety Officers, Age Managers, etc.). The Junior Activities Training & Education Officer plays a key role in the support of the club’s Chief Training Officer.
The Junior Activities Program Coordinator is responsible for coordinating our team of volunteers for all Junior Activities programs, including Nipper Sundays.
Responsible for the control and conduct of the competitors at carnivals. Responsible for submitting carnival entry documentation and declarations. Nominates and organises carnival officials and carnival water safety personnel as prescribed in the carnival entry information pack. Organises water safety with the Water Safety Officer. Notifies competitors’ parents and Age Managers of carnival locations and times. Prepares age competitors and teams for their respective events and ensures the competitors are at the marshalling area at the prescribed time for each event. Is assisted by Age Managers and Age Manager Assistants.
The Water Safety Supervisor is responsible for overseeing the implementation of adequate water safety for all Junior Activities.
A Member Protection Information Officer (MPIO) provides information about the rights, responsibilities and options available to an individual making a complaint. An MPIO is the first point of contact in a club or sporting organisation for any enquiries, concerns or complaints around harassment, abuse and other inappropriate behaviour.
The Junior Activities Publicity Officer is responsible for the promotion of Junior Activities via the club’s social media channels and local media.
The Junior Activities Uniform Officer is responsible for the ordering; collection; and design of all Junior Activities merchandise – Nipper uniform and club apparel.
The Junior Activities Equipment Officer is responsible for the safe keeping, distribution, and maintenance of Junior Activities equipment.
Water Safety Officers ensure the safety of all Juniors when entering the water under the direction of the Water Safety Supervisor (WSS) or Patrol Captain (PC).
Age Managers are primarily responsible for the care, safety, wellbeing, and development of the junior surf lifesaver.
Assistant Age Managers are responsible for the care, safety, wellbeing, and development of the junior surf lifesaver in conjunction with the allocated Age Manager.
Nipper Adult Assistants (NAA) is to provide beach and aquatic supervision of our youngest nippers (U6 – U8 age groups). Nipper Adult Assistants are qualified to provide water supervision for wading and ‘shallow water’ activities to the age appropriate depth.
NAA Trainer & Assessor
The NAA Trainer & Assessor is responsible for training and assessing Nipper Adult Assistants to provide beach and aquatic supervision of our youngest nippers (U6 – U8 age groups).
Nipper Mentors are U15+ Youth members who have completed their Surf Rescue Certificate (SRC) and utilise their experience as Nippers to experience the next generations of Nippers.