Chief of Timing

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Chief of Timing

Position: Chief of Timing The Chief of Timing is responsible for the coordination of officials at the start and finish, the synchronization of the timing and the accuracy of the timing results. This official is responsible for supervising, documenting and enforcing the quality control of actual timing and results. With the exception of lower-level non-scored events, where staffing issues may require it, the Chief of Timing is not intended to be the individual operating the electronic timing equipment or the timing / result software.

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Job Description:

The Chief of Timing is responsible for the accurate tabulation of all on-hill scoring procedures other than judging. This pertains to the official timing of each competitor's run. The Chief of Timing must also see that all records are delivered to the Chief of Calculation for scoring.

Responsibilities:

  • At the officials meeting, coordinate all timing personnel.
  • Distribute proper forms and equipment.
  • Test run the timing procedures with all personnel.
  • Be sure that the electronic timing and backup are in sync.
  • Inspect procedures and recordkeeping during and after the event.
  • Report all infractions regarding timing to The Chief of Scoring.

Reports To:

Equipment Requirements

Supervises:

  • Electric Timing Operator
  • Hand Timing Operator(s)
  • Recorder
  • Runner

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