Volunteers are essential to AAAC’s existence. Without volunteers, AAAC could not deliver training sessions or present competitions nor have any semblance of organization. Thus, all new members and their families are invited to volunteer their time, sharing their expertise in support of the club. The club will help support those who wish to become coaches and/or officials, but there are numerous other ways to help as well. Consider how you might contribute to the club and complete and submit the volunteer form found here.
The club currently has one welfare officer, but in an attempt to be more proactive, the committee would like to have a second officer in place. The committee would be happy to facilitate and pay for the required courses. For further information or to volunteer contact Brian at ClubManager@AberdeenAAC.co.uk.
While there are no current vacancies per se on the committee, the club may co-opt additional ordinary committee members throughout the year. If you would like to have a leadership role with the club and help guide its direction, please contact Brian at ClubManager@AberdeenAAC.co.uk.
The club has a constant need for volunteer officials. No previous experience or knowledge is necessary. Various roles are available and the club will provide training, both on-the-job and formal courses. You may find more details here and here. Contact Emma at Officials@AberdeenAAC.co.uk for more details or to volunteer.
Due to a high level of demand, the club are currently looking for the following:
- Athletics Coach : AAAC Level 1, coaching 12-15 years old athletes, who are new to club or athletes who have advanced from the childrens training sessions. Primarily in sprints but to include multi events.
- Athletics Coach: AAAC Level1/2, coaching athletes 16 years + who are new to club in sprints.
- Athletics Coach: AAAC Level 2, coaching athletes 15-17 years old, Event Group Development in sprints.
All positions are voluntary.
You would be coaching at Aberdeen Sports Village, outdoor and indoor track.
If you are currently an Assistant Coach, training will be provided by the club and 50% financial assistance to attend Athletics Coach qualification course.*
Ideally you should be able to commit to coaching 2 times per week on Monday and Wednesday evenings.
For a chat, and further information contact Ruth Watson on Pathways@AberdeenAAC.co.uk.