Keep the Dolphins Flying!
Skilled Worker Training will be held May 20th
UT Student Aquatic Center 9:00 a.m.
Volunteer Positions at Swim Meets
This volunteer receives and sorts all time cards and judging slips from the deck. This person also sorts DQ slips. Responsible for correctly ordering all event cards and judge slips for proper storage after the meet.
Clerk of Course
This volunteer is in charge of lining up and getting swimmers to the blocks.
This volunteer makes sure the swimmers are lined up correctly behind the blocks.
Guide (This is a great position for a new volunteer)
This volunteer guides the 10 and under swimmers from Clerk of Course to the starting blocks.
Jump Judge (This is a great position for a new volunteer)
This volunteer judges whether take offs during relays were done within rules. Two judges are needed. This position only works relays which are events 31-40 and 61-70.
Ribbon Writer (This is a great position for a new volunteer)
This volunteer puts labels on the corresponding ribbons according to how swimmers finish in the race.
Scribe/Pickle Operator (This is a great position for a new volunteer)
This volunteer assists the timers, operates the pickle, writes the time and gives it to the runners.
Time Card Runner (This is a great position for a new volunteer)
This volunteer will pick up finish judge cards, event cards from timers after races are complete, and DQ slips from the block side and take them to the card sorter at the time scoring table. Wear good sneakers.
Timer (This is a great position for a new volunteer)
This volunteer times a lane of swimmers, records and sends times to the scorers.
Stroke and Turn Judge (This is a certified position for a skilled worker)
This volunteer judges three lanes of swimmers for their strokes and turns/finishes. This job can only be filled by a GKAISA certified official and must be approved by the volunteer chair.
This volunteer records swim time information of all heats for one gender into computer; checks finish judge slips; prints reports, and prints ribbons.
It takes ALL of us to Keep the Dolphins Flying!