The UBC Ultimate Club is looking for executives for the 2016 – 2017 year!
As some of you may know, the UBC Ultimate Club was previously run by the competitive teams and the two coexisted symbiotically. However, in 2015 the competitive teams officially gained competitive club status at UBC. As a result, the club is now free-standing and looking for some eager, enthusiastic individuals to take the helm. No experience required.
By becoming an executive, you will develop leadership skills and teamwork capabilities while working with a close team to promote the sport of ultimate frisbee. If you’re looking to get involved on campus, make friends, and stay active, this is the perfect opportunity for you.
Interested? Please fill out this form and we’ll get back to you shortly. Looking forward to hearing from you.
Below are the available positions and descriptions. However, within the Ultimate Club executive team, position titles are generally a formality. All team members work together and divide the work depending on their various strengths and capabilities.
- The Vice President works closely with the President to oversee all club functions and ensure the executive team is working together effectively and cohesively. The Vice President supports all other executives in their roles, and also maintains a close relationship with club members as the face of the club, in addition to the President. The Vice President is responsible for booking fields for practices and tournaments.
- The Social Coordinator is in charge of planning social gatherings to create a sense of community within our member base. Typically the social coordinator plans ice breakers and sushi nights in conjunction with our practices.
- The Webmaster is in charge of maintaining our website and online presence, as well as fulfilling the club’s digital graphic requirements as necessary. The Webmaster also manages our club email account, mailing list, membership list, and other online documents as necessary.
- The Public Relations Office is in charge of building connections with other similar groups on campus (i.e. AMS, UBC REC, UBC Thunderbirds Sports Clubs) as well as promoting our club practices and events. Promotions include managing the club’s boothing for Imagine Day and Clubs Week.
- The Senior Advisor is typically a senior student who has had experience in other leadership positions within or outside the club. The Senior Advisor provides advice and guidance to the executive team when planning events and running club functions.
Please note that all executives share the responsibility of planning, coming out to, and running fall practices.