Call for Nominations - Multiple positions
posted on 03/15/2011

The Trampoline & Tumbling program is looking for nominations of Pro members to serve in the positions listed below. Please e-mail nominations to mobaka@usagym.org, or fax to 317-237-5069, using the nomination form provided, by March 30, 2011. The criteria for nomination and duties of each position are listed per the Rules & Policies.

1. J.O. Program Committee Chair
Nomination

  1. Nominated by the Nominating Committee.
  2. Criteria for Nomination:
    1. Must be a USA Gymnastics Professional Member, at least 21 years old, and in good standing for at least four (4) consecutive years prior to the nomination.
    2. Must be actively involved in the Program as a coach, judge or administrator.
    3. Must have coached a Level 10 finalist at J.O. Championships.
Duties
The duties of the TJOPC Chair, include, but are not limited to, the following:
  • Organize and conduct the meetings and conference calls of the TJOPC.
  • Secure, correlate and disseminate agenda items for the annual meetings and conference calls in advance of all meetings and calls.
  • Secure a meeting room and coordinate with USA Gymnastics on meeting times and advise the TJOPC of these arrangements in advance.
  • Play an active role in the various TJOPC sub-committees, if any, and coordinate their reports.
  • Provide leadership for a visible, viable relationship with USA Gymnastics, the TPC, the TJOPC and other related groups.

2. J.O. Program Committee Members
Nomination

  1. Nominated by the Nominating Committee.
  2. Criteria for nomination
    1. Must be a USA Gymnastics Professional Member, at least 21 years old, and in good standing for at least two (2) consecutive years prior to the nomination.
    2. Must be actively involved in the Program as a coach, judge or administrator.
J.O. Program Committee (TJOPC) responsibilities:
  • J. O. program development.
  • Management of state and regional J.O. activities.
  • J. O. athlete training and development.
  • Associated scheduling.
  • Annually review and revise sections of the Rules & Policies and Code of Points pertaining to the J.O. program and submit them to the Program Office.

3. Technical Committee Chair
Nomination

  1. Nominated by the Nominating Committee.
  2. Criteria for Nomination:
    1. Must be a USA Gymnastics Professional Member, at least 21 years old, and in good standing for at least four (4) consecutive years prior to the nomination.
    2. Must be actively involved in the Program as a judge.
    3. Must have an FIG brevet in at least one of the disciplines and be at least Category 1 in the other two.
Duties
  • Organize and conduct the meetings and conference calls of the TTC.
  • Secure, correlate and disseminate agenda items for the annual meetings and conference calls in advance of all meetings and calls.
  • Secure a meeting room and coordinate with USA Gymnastics on meeting times and advise the TTC of these arrangements in advance.
  • Play an active role in the various TTC sub-committees, if any, and coordinate their reports.
  • Provide leadership for a visible, viable relationship with USA Gymnastics, the TPC, the TTC and other related groups.

4. Technical Committee Members
Nomination

  1. Nominated by the Nominating Committee.
  2. Criteria for nomination:
    1. Must be a USA Gymnastics Professional Member, at least 21 years old, and in good standing for at least two (2) consecutive years prior to the nomination.
    2. Must be actively involved in the Program and hold a minimum of Category 1 in the discipline he/she wishes to represent.
    Technical Committee responsibilities:
    • Education and certification of trampoline and tumbling judges in the United States.
    • Development and distribution of judges' educational materials.
    • Management of state, regional and national judging activities.
    • Work in conjunction with the TEPC and TJOPC to interpret, develop and maintain the Code of Points and Rules & Policies for both the J.O. and Elite programs.
    • Selection of qualified judges for national events and recommendations to the IAC and TPC for international competitions.
    • Associated scheduling.
    • Annually review and revise sections of the Rules & Policies and Code of Points pertaining to judging and submit them to the Program Office.