Monday, June 9, 2014
League on the lookout for new role and keen to recruit more volunteers, players and referees
THE North Devon Gazette Football League is looking to appoint a league referee officer.
The league is looking for someone who it motivated to improve and assist all of its local referees who officiate in the league, taking up a new position which will co-opt as a league officer.
The new role will be the first point of contact for referees and clubs, and the league will provide all current referee markings from the clubs.
This position will initially take time to develop but will ultimately help raise the standards for local football and give more assistance and help to local referees.
The NDGFL is always looking for ways to help or improve the standards in local football.
The league currently has three unsponsored cups, and clubs are always looking for volunteers and players.
The league can also assist anyone interested in becoming a referee, putting you in contact with the right people and running a deal to refund the training fee after a referee has qualified and completed 15 games in the league – a unique offer.
For more information about the league referee officer vacancy or an informal chat or advice on anything else to do with the league, contact league secretary Mick Tattersall on 07742 251140 or email@example.com.