Role of An Runaí – The Club Secretary
The Secretary is the chief administrator in the Club. The duties are many and varied and call for a high degree of dedication. The Secretary has more to do with the practical running of the Club than any other officer. He/she should be a good organiser, be methodical and above all, be reliable. The duties dovetail with those of the Chairman and it is essential that both officers work as a team of which the Secretary will very often be the more active person.
The main duties of the Club Secretary are summarised as follows:
- Communication: - With Club members and officers, with the County Secretary and County Committee
- Meetings - Preparation for and follow up on assigned tasks, accurate recording of meeting minutes
(1) Correspondence and keeping records
(2) Membership and registration
(3) Team affiliation
(4) Club Insurance
(5) Club property
(6) Working with County/Divisional Committee/Board
- Club Planning - Assisting in developing a Club plan
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