Help Wanted!!! GMHA is looking for TIMEKEEPERS, News (Gananoque Minor Hockey)

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Oct 16, 2021 | Administration | 515 views
Help Wanted!!! GMHA is looking for TIMEKEEPERS

Timekeeping is a great job for rink rats and an easy way to start building your resume!! Those who are used to spending hours at the rink and understand the game can put that passion to use. The schedule often fits around school hours, with games primarily in the evening and during the weekend.

A timekeeper’s responsibilities often double as a scorekeeper and need to ensure the gamesheet is an accurate record of what happened during the game, including marking down penalties, goals and assists.

Being in the timekeeper’s booth means you may also find yourself as the DJ during breaks in play which is a bonus of the position. That being said, this is still a job and timekeepers are expected to act in a professional manner.  

Showing up on time, being responsible and paying attention are all important attributes. Be sure to bring extra supplies of what you may need. Your focus should be on the game (ie blank sheet of paper and a couple of pens).

Learning the ins and outs of timekeeping and how to work the clock may be a transferrable skill to other sports and venues. Many youth sport organizations are looking for someone to fill this role and it is a great way to give back to your community.

If you are interested in becoming a timekeeper please contact Lana Campbell at [email protected]

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