$10.00-$10.00 Hourly / $1,733.33-$1,733.33 Monthly / $20,800.00-$20,800.00 Yearly
Officiate sporting events, games, and competitions; Judge performances in sporting competitions to determine a winner; Inspect sports equipment and examine all participants to ensure safety; Keep track of event times, starting or stopping play when necessary; Signal participants and other officials when infractions occur or to regulate play or competition; Settle claims of infractions or complaints by participants; Enforce the rules of the game, detect infractions and assess penalties when necessary;
Assist with opening and closing of facility;
Attend training sessions and seminars before, during, and or after the season
Performs related work as needed.
Considerable knowledge of: the rules and application of the rules in various youth and adult sports.
Working knowledge of: appropriate practices, methods, and techniques of officiating youth and adult sports in one or more sports, such as youth and adult basketball, soccer, football, volleyball and Lacrosse.
Ability to: prepare and interpret written reports and impart them effectively; implement appropriate practices, methods, and techniques of officiating to perspective officials, coaches and participants, establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisors and fellow officials.
Skilled in: hand mechanics for each sporting event; verbal and written communications.
Possession of Umpire or Officiating Certifications, preferred.
Possession of First Aid.
Must obtain CPR certification within six (6) months of employment.