Committee Role Outlines

President

Tian Du

The President is the face of the club offering guidance to members as well as stability and leadership. They provide direction and facilitate the fostering of relationships between members, committee, coaches, and Melbourne University as a whole.

  • General oversight of the club (macro-view)
  • Sets club directions for the year and the future
  • Acts as the primary link with other Universities
  • Key negotiator in creating and holding inter-uni events
  • Strong leadership and organisational abilities

Vice President

Isabella Luk

When the President cannot manage the entire club the Vice-President steps in to help oversee the club. The Vice-President acts as the main contact with Melbourne University, as well as taking on duties such as helping during training and responding to general enquiries. The Vice-President works with the President and other committee members to help set the direction and goals of the year. The Vice-President also acts as the primary contact between committees of other University Taekwondo Clubs, especially with managing large inter-uni events (e.g inter-uni training, competitions and committee events).

  • Micro-view and management of the club
  • Helps to organise weekly session
  • Guiding hand to ensure events run smoothly
  • Acts as primary link in dealing with other University
  • Acts as primary link to MUS administration

Secretary

Jace Ala

The Secretary works behind the scenes to ensure that the club continues to run smoothly now and in future. A highly organised individual who takes care of the paperwork and legal documentation required by MUS.

  • Micro-view and management of the club
  • Administration (legal paperwork, printing, proposal writing, club email)
  • Stadium bookings for weekly sessions
  • Acts as primary link to MUS administration

Treasurer

Steven Yuan

The Secretary works behind the scenes to ensure that the club continues to run smoothly now and in future. A highly organised individual who takes care of the paperwork and legal documentation required by MUS.

  • Micro-view and management of the club
  • Administration (legal paperwork, printing, proposal writing, club email)
  • Stadium bookings for weekly sessions
  • Acts as primary link to MUS administration

Welfare Officer

Lorah Park

The first point of contact for new members, tasked with taking care of the general wellbeing of club members. Vital to a thriving club by ensuring member satisfaction and continued attendance as well as providing ongoing feedback to the committee so that training caters for all skill levels.

  • Maintain contact and communication with club members
  • Conduct surveys and determine whether training sessions are adequate
  • Organise social white belt and beginner lessons
  • Integrate and welcome new members
  • Provide health services and recommendations for club members

IT

Jeremy Le

Website maintenance and accessibility: framework, online membership payments and store. Ensures that all online information is accurate and up to date.

  • Website maintenance (i.e basic coding, creation of online order forms)
  • Online payment portals
  • Google drive and Trello maintenance
  • Managing and overseeing online presence and activities

Marketing

Zara Liang

In charge of designing and manufacturing of club merch including our iconic shirts and jackets as well as dobok uniforms, banners and O-week brochures. An ability to speak Chinese allows for easy negotiations with overseas companies, an outgoing personality that supervises the continued growth and promotion of the club.

  • Shirts and jackets
  • Logos (Banners, online images, o-week brochures)
  • Promotional Videos
  • Ideally be fluent and able to write in Chinese

Social Media Manager

Grace Mui

In order to showcase our wonderful club the Social Media Manager must run our online presence through Facebook and Instagram as well as the website. This is a vital source of information to our members and must be updated to provide information on club activities and events.

  • Maintaining website, Instagram and Facebook group/page
  • Increase online presence
  • Replying to enquiries from the public
  • Taking and uploading photos from club activities and events

Public Relations Manager

William Banh

Expands and develops our relationship with stakeholders (internal University and external companies) by contacting and negotiating deals in order to help fund the club and gaining sponsorship. They are also in charge of organising charity and other fund-raising events.

  • Find and apply for sponsorship opportunities
  • Organise fundraising events
  • Deal with external stakeholders
  • Help run events to generate funds for the club

Team Managers

Jess Ngan
Kenny Phan

Our competitors can focus on training and developing their skills without needing to worry over administration details through our Team Managers. These individuals help train competitors, inspire commitment and deal with organising competitions including: University Nationals, Victorian Inter-University Championships (VIUC), and other state and national events.

  • Competition administration/registration
  • Organisation of University Nationals and other competitions
  • Help run competitive training
  • Must have experience in competition (ideally a Black belt)

Event Manager

Claudia Shao

MUTKD prides itself on competitive edge and our strong social component which is in the hands of the Events Manager who co-ordinates activities outside of weekly training. Weekly after training dinners, BBQ picnics, Camp, and karaoke events are organised for members to enjoy and relax in the friendly environment.

  • Manages all social events (must give 2 weeks’ notice)
  • Helps plan social events with input from other members
  • Organises Friday night dinners
  • Helps advertise events with Social Media Manager