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President

Nick Druga (Serving 3 years in this position)

  • Preside over all meetings of the Board of Directors and General Membership;
  •  Along with the Board of Directors, enforce the Constitution, By Laws, Policies, and Procedures of the Club; 
  •   Appoint any individual and/or committee which may be required for the operation of the Club;
  •  Be an ex-officio member of all committees of the Club;
  •  Sign all written contracts, obligations or instruments of the Club;
  •  Act on behalf of the Board when deemed necessary, subject to later ratification by the Board;
  •  Represent the Club at all PWSA meetings or other such meetings involving community soccer leagues or appoint individuals to handle those responsibilities;
  •  Make an annual report on the activities of the Club at the Annual Meeting of the membership; and; 
  •  Have one vote at all meetings in which he is Chairman, to be cast only in the event of a tie in the voting.

Vice President Development Programs

Amanda Fine (serving 3 years in position)

  • The Vice Presidents shall assume all the duties of the President, in his/her absence. In addition, the Vice President shall be responsible for:

  •  Conducting anannual audit of the financial transactions of the Club;

  •  Directing the activities of the age group commissioners;

  •  Directing the activities of the field manager and referee coordinator; and,

  •  Directing the activity of any coaches or youth training clinics or camps sponsored by the Club

  •  If the office of President should become vacant, the Vice Presidents shall co-hold the office until the next election at the next following Annual Meeting.

Vice President Recreational Programs

Jim Marsula (serving 2 years in this position)

  • The Vice Presidents shall assume all the duties of the President, in his/her absence. In addition, the Vice President shall be responsible for:

  •  Conducting anannual audit of the financial transactions of the Club;

  •  Directing the activities of the age group commissioners;

  •  Directing the activities of the field manager and referee coordinator; and,

  •  Directing the activity of any coaches or youth training clinics or camps sponsored by the Club

  •  If the office of President should become vacant, the Vice Presidents shall co-hold the office until the next election at the next following Annual Meeting.

Registrar

Kim Rios (serving 2 years in this position)

  • Maintaining a complete record (including birth certificates upon initial registration with the Club) of all teams and players for the purpose of player registration, team affiliation, voting and fee assessment with PWSA;

  •  Making the necessary arrangements for the semi-annual registration of players including online registration through the Affinity website; (Board Comment: Added to reflect updated registration process)

  •  Advising the Board of any non-resident applicants for Club membership prior to the rostering of players; 

  •  Representing the Club at the semi-annual registration of players with the appropriate PWSA registrar and ensure that all players cards (where appropriate) and rosters are in proper order; and,

  •  Providing the equipment and field managers and the Board with summaries necessary for the performance of their responsibilities.

Treasurer

Stacie Schmidt (serving 2 years in this position)

  • Keeping detailed accounts of all financial transactions of the Club;

  •  Collecting all debts and fees owed to the Club and depositing all such collections in a recognized bank;

  •  Issuing all checks for all bills and obligations and where feasible prior approval of the Board for all expenditures exceeding $1000. All such expenditures exceeding $1000 must be approved in writing by the President or Vice President in lieu of prior Board approval.

  •  Providing the Board, upon demand, an accounting of all transactions;

  •  Developing and providing the Board with a budget for determining fees, dues, and other charges. Such budget should be presented to the membership at its Annual Meeting;

  •  Filing the annual tax return(s) of the Club using a qualified Certified Public Accounting firm;

  •  Monitoring the purchasing activities of the Equipment and Uniforms Managers, in conjunction with the

  •  Board Member Liaison with those managers; and,

  •  Monitoring the activities of any fund-raising activities of the Club (candy sales, concession stand, tournament, etc.), in conjunction with the appropriate Board Member liaison, and providing the Club with an accurate accounting of all funds received and disbursed from those activities.

Secretary

Kate Koch

  • Keeping an accurate record of all meetings of the Board, as well as General and Special Meetings of the membership;

  •  All correspondence directed by the Board to be addressed;

  •  Providing notice to the membership of all meetings; and,

  •  Assisting the Field Manager with field permits, assignments, and maintenance.

  • E-mail her at [email protected]

SSC Executive Board Member Duties

The Board of Directors shall handle the management and operation of the Club, and shall be responsible for and have the final authority, except where otherwise provided for:

o  Enforcing and interpreting the Constitution, By-Laws, Rules and Regulations, and Policies of the Club;

o  Defining and establishing Rules and Regulations and Policies for theClub;

o  Creating appropriate committees such as: Nominating, Picnic, Player Development, Coaches Development, Fields, Equipment, Traveling Teams, Referee Development, Long Range Planning, Ways and Means, Registration, and ConcessionStand;

o  Establishing the fees, dues, and other charges for the succeeding FiscalYear;

o  Review and approval of all actions of appointedcommittees;

o  Review and approval of all commissioners and coaches for each PlayingSeason;

o  Recommending potential officers and directors for the Annual GeneralMeeting;

o  Approval of all expenditures of the Club exceeding $100 and suspending approval of expenditures on a case-by-case basis where prudent and expeditious to the operation of the Club, yet requiring the Treasurer to advise the Board of applicable payments at each meeting of the Board;

o  Establishing temporary rules and regulations for specific cases not provided for elsewhere, but which are deemed necessary by the Board to carry out the objectives of the Club;and,

Review the Constitution, By-Laws, Rules and Regulations and Policies of the Club to ensure consistency with the provisions of affiliate organizations, to remedy inequities or inconsistencies, and to recommend to any Special or General Meeting of the membership desirable changes to the Constitution, By-Laws, Rules and Regulations andPolicies.

Contact Us

Shaler Soccer Club

P.O. Box 342 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15116

Email: [email protected]

Shaler Soccer Club

P.O. Box 342 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15116

Email: [email protected]
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