The ESSC uses Coordinators each season to manage the Wiffleball facility set-up and take-down. The Coordinator is a paid employee who is responsible for a variety of tasks that are outlined below.

On-site Coordinator Roles

The primary roles of the Coordinator are:

  • Arrive at the facility prior to game start times to ensure that the fields are set-up and ready for use
  • Manage the equipment at the facility and ensure that all of the equipment is in good working condition
  • Conduct weekly pre-game announcements and answer any questions that the players may have
  • Ensure that the matches run on time
  • Ensure that facility guidelines are being met
  • Act as the on-site contact and club representative
  • Coordinate the take down of fields and equipment

Helping the Coordinator

Players can help the Coordinator at the facility by doing the following:

  • Arrive 15 minutes prior to game time and be ready to start on time
  • Provide the Coordinator with their undivided attention when the announcements are being read
  • Start and end each game on time
  • Help pack up the equipment after the games are played
  • Clean up after themselves
  • Leave the facility promptly after the games have concluded