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Volleyball Canada is a not-for-profit that provides leadership and oversees the development of Volleyball in Canada. It is a fast-paced environment.  This position is a first point of contact in the national office.  Strong communication skills, interpersonal skills, a positive attitude, and outgoing personality are a definite asset.  Work is completed independently with general supervision. Travel and weekend work may be required. This position reports to the Office Manager.

Volleyball Canada is committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion in all respects, including hiring a workforce that is reflective of the diverse population of Canada with respect to age, gender, ethnicity, religion, ability, sexual orientation, education and culture.  We actively encourage applications from persons who identify as women, indigenous peoples, person with disabilities, LGBTQ2S+ individuals, and members of visible minorities.  Self-identification by candidates is completely voluntary.

Key Roles & Responsibilities


Term: This is a full-time position. Anticipated start date June 26th, 2023.

Salary: Will be dependent on experience and qualifications.

Application Deadline: June 9th 2023

Please send a cover letter, a resume and three (3) references by e-mail only, to:

Thalia Hanniman- Human Resources Coordinator – Volleyball Canada –

We thank all applicants, however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

The Sport Information Resource Centre (SIRC) is seeking a Managing Editor to curate, create, solicit, and edit evidence-based content for SIRC, including (but not limited to) knowledge nuggets, blog posts, and SIRCuit articles. This person will support the implementation of SIRC’s content strategy and provide administrative support to ensure timely publishing or relevant content for Canada’s sport and physical activity sector.  

As an ideal candidate for this role, you are a strong and confident critical thinker with a firm knowledge of Canada’s sport and physical activity sector. You are well-connected and informed of issues and events in the sport system, with the ability to anticipate sector trends before they happen. You are comfortable reading, interpreting and writing about research. You could be a recent graduate with a degree from a research field looking to break into the sport sector. You tell compelling stories that capture the nuance of facts, data and evidence, while communicating key takeaways and practical learnings for sport sector stakeholders. You have the ability to provide thoughtful feedback that helps guide contributors with a range of writing skills and experience toward a SIRC-quality publication.

Overall, you are organized, efficient, attentive to detail, creative, professional, smart, proactive, able to meet deadlines and passionate about sport and physical activity. You work well independently and as part of a team, and you are keen to undertake and master a range of tasks related to content creation and administration. 

The Managing Editor will report to the Senior Manager of Communications at SIRC and oversee the creation, curation, and publishing of evidence-based content (knowledge nuggets, blogs, and the SIRCuit) to educate, inform and inspire the Canadian sport community. The Communications team also develops and executes a range of knowledge mobilization services for Canadian sport and physical activity researchers and organizations, while supporting events, programs, and initiatives led by SIRC.

SIRC is based at the House of Sport in Ottawa, Ontario but remote work is available for the right candidate. This is a full-time permanent position but contract work can also be explored.

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Application Details:

Please send your resume, cover letter and a writing sample to by June 9, 2023. Writing sample(s) should include brief, plain language writing formats, such as a blog post, newsletter, or news/magazine article

All responses are appreciated, however, only those selected for an interview will receive a reply.

About the organization:

Incorporated in 1973, SIRC, the Sport Information Resource Centre, is Canada’s leader and most trusted partner in advancing sport through knowledge and evidence. SIRC is committed to engaging with organizations and individuals involved in the development of sport, recreation and physical education in Canada and around the world, to enhance the capacity of our shared community to foster growth and the pursuit of excellence. Visit to learn more. SIRC is funded in part by the Government of Canada.