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Equipment Manager


The Equipment Manager is responsible for ensuring the equipment being used is safe, functional and adequate to compete at a high level.  They oversee the distribution of equipment, at the start of the season and the collection of equipment, at the end of the season.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • E.M. is also responsible for making sure that HFL provided team equipment is in good condition and functional.
  • E.M. may provide assistance researching to fill various equipment needs in cases of upgrading or replacement of old or broken equipment.
  • E.M. also maintains the inventory of all HFL provided team equipment and assures that the equipment is available for HFL team(s) throughout the season.
  • E.M. manages the storage of all HFL provided team equipment in season and off season.

Skills and Qualifications:
  • E.M. must have good communication skills.
  • E.M. must be in good health to carry out physical demands associated with managing the HFL provided team equipment.

Working Environment of an Equipment Manager:

  • E.M. usually works outdoors.
  • Time of working: Tuesday and Thursday evening and Saturday’s 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.  There will also be times when additional time will be needed to ensure the equipment is secured or distributed to meet the needs of the league.

Event Manager


Ensure HFL game day activities are successfully planned and executed.

Duties and Responsibilities:

The Events Manager in cooperation with HFL South Wake Athletic Director plans every detail that is required for the preparation of a game which includes but is not limited to:

  • Responsible for setting up an organizing committee for game day activities/events
  1. Announcer
  2. Chain crew
  3. Concessions
  4. Grounds crew
  5. Maintenance
  6. Referees
  7. Score keeper
  8. Statistician

  • Ensure games are recorded and uploaded to team websites.  Facilitate pictures are being taken of games and upload to league/team websites.
  • Facilitates ticket sales
  • Provides or sets up adequate security for the entire process of an event
  • Implements emergency contingency plans for events
  • Inspects sporting facility ensuring grounds and facilities are up to league standards

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Good interpersonal skill is highly required for this role
  • Ability to prioritize duties in line with the overall program of the event
  • Ability to be calm and coordinate various activities even in the face of pressure
  • Must be a good team-player and easily get along with other individuals
  • Good time management skill is highly required

Team Manager


  • To co-ordinate off field football activities for an HFL team to ensure that all players and volunteer staff are provided with the highest level of support to enable them to compete and perform at the highest level

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Ensure all equipment is available as required by Coaches and/or League and that it is in good working order.



  • Prevent, inspect, and take care of athlete's injuries.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Trainer demonstrates proficient implementation of acute treatment protocols based upon assessment findings and the patient's clinical presentation.
  • Trainer provides assessments of injured athletes onsite at the training facility on an as needed basis including review of pertinent history information, performance of specific assessments, determination of recommendations and accurately and timely documentation of results.
  • Trainer demonstrates the ability to appropriately use the chain of command and protocol in injury management. Determines individuals’ readiness to participate. Effectively communicate with athlete, athlete’s family and staff regarding the athlete’s status.
  • Trainer prevents, recognizes, evaluates, and provides immediate care, rehabilitation and reconditioning of athletic injuries/illness.
  • Trainer’s maintain accountability for individual administrative requirements of MNRN including, but not limited to, site specific schedules, reporting and tracking, and employee compliance.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Education: Bachelor's Degree in Athletic Training from an accredited college or university.
  • Experience: Two (2) to three (3) years of experience preferred.
  • License/Cert/Reg: Required: Certified as an ATC by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification (NATABOC), AHA CPR certification. Eligible for ATC license in North Carolina.
  • Skills: Professional competency as outlined by NATABOC practice domains.
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