BDMHA is looking for passionate individuals that may be interested in the following volunteer positions.
Business Development Coordinator
The duties of the Business Development Coordinator include but are not limited to:
- Coordinate the fundraising activities of the Association including the solicitation and procurement of corporate team sponsors.
- Ensure that all the appropriate licenses and legal requirements are met, and that all expenditures and funds are accounted for.
- Monitor the fundraising activities of the Association to ensure they are limited to Executive approved activities for the year.
- Recommend any departure from this policy for approval to the Executive Committee.
- Vetting of corporate sponsors for jerseys for the Association's teams. In conjunction with the Equipment Coordinator, ensure that corporate team sponsors are appropriately recognized by corporate cresting on the team jerseys as per the Association's policy.
- Present corporate sponsorship opportunities to the board for discussion.
- Oversee general organization of tournament promotion and activities
- Assist committee members as needed to ensure that tasks are completed
- Provide summary of comments/feedback for subsequent tournament committees
- With the help of Bedford Minor Hockey board members, recruit volunteers to serve on the tournament committee.
The BDMHA Safety Coordinator is responsible for ensuring that all updated and relevant information is passed on to everyone within their association, league, program or team with regards to Hockey NS Rebound Plan and any other Covid protocols enacted by BDMHA or the facilities within which we rent ice. The BDMHA Safety Coordinator is our first point of contact to all associations with regards to Covid protocols.
The individual must complete the following courses and/or verifications:
- Completion of Criminal Record Check (CRC) with Vulnerable Sector Verification
- Hockey Canada Planning a Safe Return to Hockey E-learning module
As a broad outline this individual will ensure that all team managers and coaches receive, understand and abide by the following:
- Updates to Nova Scotia Public Health guidelines, Rebound Plan updates, and local facility guidelines from the Association/League Safety Rep.
- Meet with participants, parents/caregivers, coaches, and managers before the season begins to walk through the Rebound Plan and the COVID-19 guidelines of their local facilities.
- Ensuring that the COVID-19 participant self-screening is conducted for each participant before each training (on and off-ice) session.
- Completing and storing the screening registry.