Record Keepers for Marching


The Marching Waikato Assn is based in Hamilton and we provides sporting opportunities for ages 4 years upwards. We have a current membership of 182 members and are always encouraging others to join us.

At a competition each team performs two routines, whilst being judged. Competition sheets are filled in by the judges during the routine and then passed to the recording room. Record Keepers are responsible for adding up the judges score sheets for each marching team at the competition, making sure scores are correctly put in the appropriate boxes. All sheets are checked three times before they are added to a master sheet to decide winning teams of the day. The recording room is a fun place to be and we provide a light lunch (finger food) along with copious cups of coffee/tea.

Training will be undertaken so all feel confident with the role.

By participating in this volunteering opportunity, you are helping achieve the following United Nations Sustainable Development Goal(s):
Goal 3 – Good Health & Well-Being


Ability to be accurate with figures (simple math addition), eye for detail, friendly and a good sense of humor

Time commitment:

Saturdays from 11.30 to 2pm.

Our competitions are usually every Saturday in November, one or two in December, and all through February until mid March. Record Keepers are needed from the start of the competition until the last sheets are completed. Start time is 11.30-12mid day and finishing approximately 2pm, depending on numbers of teams entered etc.

Getting started:
The first step is to express your interest by filling out the form below. We will then put you in touch directly with the organisation for more information on the role and how to proceed.

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