Sport Official Needed in Canada

Sport Official

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Position Summary:

The sport official may carry out some or all of the general administrative tasks described above as directed by the immediate supervisor. The sport official carries out these moderately complex tasks while following predetermined instructions. Sport officials will be in charge of overseeing all tournaments and playoffs, as well as conference and exhibition games.

 Sport Official in Canada

Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • setup and teardown of event equipment is performed.
  • oversees the game.
  • game sheets and statistics are kept.
  • operates the music, video, and public address (PA) systems while the game is being played.
  • dispenses and tracks computer hardware. To keep track of these things, a log could be needed.

Must be available to work weekends (Saturday and Sunday) and evenings (Wednesday through Saturday).

Other Qualifying Skills and/or Abilities

  • Most occupations require understanding of a particular sport.
  • being reliable, well-organized, and able to multitask
  • Prior experience is helpful
  • Some occupations (statistics) benefit from having strong computer abilities.
  • English and French proficiency. Being an English-speaking institution, McGill University may have daily tasks that call for verbal and written English communication.

Minimum Education and Experience:

High School Diploma 1 Year Related Experience
Hourly Salary:
(AMUSE B) $15.53
Estimated Number of Work Hours per Week:
8 (Part time)
Position Start Date:
Position End Date:
Deadline to Apply:

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