Organizing Committee Roles

From FIS Freestyle wiki

Revision as of 20:28, 12 May 2010 by Joe (Talk | contribs)
Jump to: navigation, search

Major Role

This category includes duties which require an in-depth knowledge of the rules and regulations and competition organization. The lines of communication, authority, and responsibility must be understood. These positions require very good management skills.


Secondary Role

This category includes duties which require competence in their own single area of responsibility. A general knowledge of rules and regulations and competition organization is necessary. Positions in this group tend to be predominantly task oriented.

Some examples of secondary role positions are:


Administrative Role

These jobs generally involve the processing of information, the control and maintenance of the race site, and medical services. A minimal knowledge of rules and regulations and race organization is necessary; however these officials should understand the relative importance of their jobs to the overall success of the event.

  • Notice Board Personnel
  • Medical Personnel & First Aid Attendants
  • Radio Operators
  • Clerical Staff
  • Runners



Return to Competition Organization, Job Descriptions or to Freestyle Skiing, International Competition Rules

Personal tools