Certified Volunteer Field Directors serve as liaisons to the Department of Neighborhood and Community Services in ensuring the proper and safe use of athletic facilities. They are responsible for the supervision of players and spectators; interpreting rules and ensuring compliance; and for properly reporting all accidents and damage to Fairfax County Neighborhood and Community Services.
Volunteer Field Directors are appointed from participating sports organizations and receive certification training from NCS. Organizations must provide a Volunteer Field Director as a condition of their permit.
Volunteers can become certified by watching the Volunteer Field Director Training Video and completing the online Application and Certification Test in the Facilities Application Request System. Once you are in the system, select the "Director Profile" tab.
For further information or assistance, please contact Athletic Services at 703-324-5533, TTY 711.