The Keyworth Archers club committee is elected / re-elected each year at the Annual General meeting (AGM), held in February/March.
All committee positions become vacant at the AGM, so every position is up for grabs. We encourage all of our members to consider taking up a committee position at some point - the more members are willing to contibute to the running of the club, the better!
The five Executive members are those who are allowed to vote on significant club decisions.
Ultimate responsibility for running the club; leads meetings of the Committee, and acts as a spokesperson for the club.
First point of contact at the club, dealing with (amond other things) enquiries from people interested in taking up archery or joining the club. Handles correspondence with other clubs and Archery GB, and helps to keep members informed about the club and its activities. Also assists the Chairperson in all aspects of running the club.
The treasurer is responsible for maintaining control of club's financial accounts, and is responsible for authorising major expenditures. They also prepare accounts for audit at the end of each year.
These two members epresent the interests of club members at committee meetings, and also have a vote on significant club decisions.
Non-Executive members don't get to vote on significant club decisions, but still attend committee meetings. They are each responsible for managing a specific part of the club.
Maintains records of club members. Manages Archery GB memberships and County and Regional affiliations.
Responsible for arranging/publicising beginner's courses, as well as refresher and improver's courses. Also resposible for managing the coaching team and recruiting new coaches..
Responsible for ensuring the Club follows its own policy, and that of Archery GB, with regards to its junior and any vulnerable adult members. This person will normally have completed a DBS check and some form of safeguarding course. They should ensure that appropriate safeguards are in place, and help to identify any shortcomings. Co-ordinates action if there is a concern for the welfare of any child or vulnerable adult member of the club.
Keeps score records for any member who wishes to submit scores and obtain a handicap (using database software). Also organises and oversees competitions held within the club. Issues progress badges and classification awards.
Maintains the Club's equipment to a safe and reliable standard. Responsible for maintaining: bows, arrows, targets and stands, equipment trailer, etc. Advises on new equipment purchases. Assists members with their own equipment as required.
Organises social events for the club.