Norfolk Hockey are looking to appoint a Men's Senior County Selector and Administrator

Published: 9 Nov 2016

As a result of David Walton's decision to stand down from the role of Selector for Norfolk Hockey's Senior Men's Team, the NHA is now looking for a replacement to act as County Selector and manager for the County's Senior Men's team. 
The role of the County Selector will be:- 
To deal with all administrative matters associated with the County's entry into this competition. This will cover all communications, travel, accommodation and well-being of the team throughout the trial period and the competition itself. This also includes managing the finances associated with this and to report on all monies collected and dispersed to the NHA Treasurer. 
To select the best candidates and put together the best team to play in the County Championships by following players in Norfolk Clubs and organising trial games that will give all eligible players a chance to represent the County at the highest level. 
To appoint two other selectors. All three selectors must be from different Norfolk Clubs.  
The County Selector is charged with the above duties and responsibilities to select, organise and administer the Senior Squads; to develop and improve the opportunities to play senior hockey and to ensure all rules, policies and procedures are in place and upheld. The Selector has responsibility for the day to day decisions which enable the Squads to function effectively. 
If you would like to do this job please apply to  
John Butler, President NHA in writing. NOT more than half a page of A4 please. 
John Butler 
President Norfolk Hockey Association