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The Club Engagement Coordinator is an important staff member within the association and responsible for leading and supporting several key strategic and operational areas within governance and
membership services.

The Club Engagement Coordinator is responsible to oversee and efficiently facilitate the Club Licensing
Program, Grants, Awards and Scholarship Programs, while also supporting the overall BC Soccer
Operations and other important strategic initiatives within the space of membership service, club
development, diversity and inclusion.

As a key member of staff, the Club Engagement Coordinator reflects the governing principle of service;
contributing to the development of operational and tactical plans designed to serve BC Soccer vision,
mission and values

Job Description:

Reporting to the Director, Student Engagement and Athletics, the Manager, and Athletics & Campus Recreation provides leadership and management of the intercollegiate athletic program, intramurals, and campus recreation activities at Langara College. The Manager is responsible for maximizing and evaluating opportunities that enhance the student experience and impact student development both at the intercollegiate level and at the recreational level. This position is responsible for the management of all human resources including support staff, coaches, athletic therapists/trainers, and student employees.

Qualifications Required

Education & Experience

Skills & Abilities

Richmond Olympic Oval High Performance department fuels sustainable Canadian sport excellence on the local and international stage. We build better athletes through the provision of world-class training, services and technical coaching for Canada’s development through to podium level athletes.  Oval High
Performance operates on an integrated support team (IST) model where multiple sport medical and science practitioners collaborate to support the training needs of an athlete or team.  Strength and Conditioning (S&C) is a key component of the IST service delivery model.

Key Responsibilities include:
The Assistant Lead Coach, Strength and Conditioning will provide expertise, guidance and physical
preparation for High Performance Sport athletes in areas such as Climbing, Speed Skating, Volleyball, and Hockey. Oval HP is home to many local, provincial and national sports organizations. The Assistant Lead Coach will assist in delivering strength and conditioning programs for these athletes while contributing to outreach initiatives to continue to expand our offerings.

Experience and Qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree in human kinetics, kinesiology, physical education, or equivalent sport sciences.
Masters an asset. Current strength and conditioning credentials/certification (i.e. NSCA- CSCS).

4+ years of strength and conditioning experience working with athletes of all ages and abilities.
Experience working with provincial, national, Olympic and/or professional athletes an asset.

Experience as an athlete an asset.

A thorough technical understanding of a variety of sports.

Demonstration of ongoing continuing education.

A track record of successfully developing and fostering strategic relationships.

Ability to take initiative, strong organization and administrative skills.

Ability to work independently and in a team environment.

Excellent customer service skills including the ability to develop and foster strong athlete/client
relationships.

Demonstrated experience in the following:

Leading individuals, small groups, and teams through structured workout.

Developing and delivering educational workshops and education based marketing initiatives.

Working as part of an integrated team for the purpose of coordinating and supporting athlete
development.

Planning, preparing, and executing athletic performance enhancement programs.

Developing training methodology and developing annual training plans.

Developing and fostering strategic relationships.

Excellent presenting, written and oral communication skills.

Must be able to successfully complete a criminal record check.

Valid First Aid Certificate.

Must be available early morning, evenings and weekends.

Salary: $36,013 – $45,016.63 (Based on 25-hours per week) Compensation is dependent on experience and Qualifications. This position also has the opportunity to work additional hours as a S&C Coach.

Perks: Our workplace culture embraces People, Excellence, Leadership, Team and Innovation.

Access to use the Oval’s 20,000sq ft fitness centre with top class facilities, over 100 pieces of
strength and cardio equipment, 4-storey climbing wall, YYoga studio, endless fitness classes, Olympic sized ice rinks and the Richmond Olympic Experience (ROX) museum (restrictions may apply).

Collaborative team environment.

The Richmond Olympic Oval is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes
applications from all groups.  
This includes women, visible minorities, Indigenous Peoples, persons
with disabilities, persons of diverse sexual orientation, gender identity or expression (LGBTQ2S+), and others who may contribute to diversity.  We also recognize unique styles, perspectives, beliefs and creativity that support a diverse, respectful, inclusive and collaborative work environment.

If you are personable, have a great attitude, are passionate about delivering exceptional customer service and have a genuine interest in contributing to the greater good of our company and our community, we want to hear from you! Apply Here.

Athletic Business Director

Hours: Full time

Wage: To scale with benefits

Beginning date: Immediate (negotiable)

Contact: Nicolle Ioanidis

Email: Please submit your CV to hr@prairie.edu.

Phone: 403.443.3030

POSITION MISSION: The mission of Prairie College is “to help establish God’s kingdom by equipping and mentoring individuals through biblically integrated education for life and careers that will meet the greatest needs of the world for the glory of God.” The mission of Prairie Athletics is to equip students as fully devoted followers of Jesus who offer their bodies as living sacrifices, holy and pleasing to God – for meeting the greatest needs of the world. The Athletic Business Director position exists to provide excellent, relevant and primary leadership for athletics in pursuit of accomplishing that mission.

CONTEXT: Prairie College has four sports (i.e. Men’s Futsal, Women’s Futsal, Cross Country, and Indoor Track) in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference and desires to add more sports when it is appropriate. The College has a three court gymnasium facility (Rick Down Athletic Center) with a weight/exercise room. There is also a Sport Management and Leadership academic diploma/degree program (https://prairie.edu/sports-management/). Both the athletics program and the academic program require development and leadership.

ACCOUNTABILITY: Reports to the Dean of Student Development.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

General responsibilities include but are not limited to those noted below.

QUALIFICATIONS:

In accordance with the standards of the government, preference will be given to qualified applicants who hold Canadian citizenship or are a permanent residence of Canada.

This position is part of the Administrative Professional (Employee Group)

Careers are Built at Brock.

As a Top Employer in Hamilton-Niagara, Brock University offers unique opportunities in leadership, teaching, research, student support services, and administration. We have a history of developing the strength and career potential of our employees.

We are on the cusp of something new and exciting. We are launching into our next 50 years and are looking for people with passion, energy, and a strong desire to help our students achieve their goals.

Experience Brock, experience success.

Experience the Benefits of Working at Brock.

Learning and career development are natural elements of an academic environment. At Brock, career development is ingrained in our culture. On average, 45- 60% of our staff position hires are a result of internal movement**. Our Senior Leadership, Staff, and Faculty help drive our collaborative culture. Learn more about how our employees feel about their employment experience at Brock University by visiting http://www.brocku.ca/careers/testmonials.

** 2016 metrics

Post End Date:

Note to all candidates: This posting will close at 12:01 am on the date listed .

July 7, 2022

A Day in the Life…

Reporting to the Associate Director, Brock Sports Performance, the Physiotherapist is responsible for the effective delivery of physiotherapy services to Brock student athletes, employees and community members (including amateur and professional athletes). The Physiotherapist will assess and manage the billing of clients (personally treated clients and team treated by the athletic therapists), plan and carry out individually designed treatment programs to maintain, improve or restore physical function, alleviate pain and prevent physical dysfunction in clients.  The Physiotherapist is also responsible for the development and assessment of Sports Medicine Fellowship program for certified Physiotherapists.

As the Physiotherapist, Brock Sports, duties include:

Extra and irregular hours required throughout the year to meet needs of student athlete clients. On call on evenings and weekends for any musculo-skeletal emergencies related to Brock varsity athletes.

What you need to Succeed…

Preferred or Asset Skills

Salary and Benefit Information

* The salary range indicated is representative of all positions evaluated at this level. Actual salary is determined by assessing related skills, experience, internal equity and market competitiveness, subject to available budget.

Please note that Brock University currently requires all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 if they are working on campus and/or in-person with other employees, students or members of the public. As a condition of being hired, employees in these types of roles will be required to provide proof of full vaccination, or provide proof of a bona fide medical or Human Rights Code exemption.

Brock University is actively committed to diversity and the principles of Employment Equity and invites applications from all qualified candidates. Women, Aboriginal peoples including those who identify as members of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples, members of visible minorities and racialized groups, people with disabilities, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) persons are encouraged to apply. We will accommodate the needs of the applicants and the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) throughout all stages of the selection process, as outlined in the Employment Accommodation Policy https://brocku.ca/policies/wp-content/uploads/sites/94/Employment-Accommodation-Policy.pdf. Please advise: talent@brocku.ca  to ensure your accessibility needs are accommodated through this process. Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.

It is Brock University’s policy to give consideration to qualified internal applicants.

We appreciate all applications received; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

At this time, initial interviews will be conducted virtually.

Working with a Canada Games Host Society will be one of the most exciting, rewarding and exhilarating times of your career. A role with 2025 Canada Summers Games in St. John’s is destined to provide all of that in a collaborative team environment.

Overview of the Position

As a key member of the 2025 Canada Summer Games Senior Leadership Team, the Director of Sport, Venues and Athlete Services provides strategic leadership, planning, integration, direction, and operational support for the following functional areas:

● Sport

● Sport Venues (Competition/Practice)

● Non-Sport Venues

● Venue Fit Out & Overlay

● Athlete Experience

● Athletes Village

● Capital Infrastructure

● Food Services

● Medical

● Transportation

● Mission Services

● Transportation

● Warehouse & Logistics

You will oversee the planning, execution and administration of each sport, venue and all athlete related services.

Key Responsibilities

This role will be responsible for, but not limited to:

● Managing the development and implementation of functional area strategic plans, ensuring rigorous adherence to the approved Business Plan including targets, goals, timelines and financial budgets

● Developing and managing a staff team

● Working with the Games Services Committee and venue teams to ensure proper flow of information from respective functional areas and the successful delivery of targets and goals

● Leading technical analysis, report preparation, research and other activities in support of the respective functions on an ongoing basis

● Plan and operate Athletes Village assuring appropriate accommodations, security, privacy, entertainment in a safe and welcoming environment for athletes, coaches and managers.

● Delivery of the sports and venues in accordance with Canada Games Standards and development of sport plans and schedules for competition and practice.

● Ensuring integration and coordination of all team activities with the Chief Executive Officer, Co-Chairs of the Board of Directors, Directors and fellow staff and volunteers within other Games functions, ensuring strong horizontal communications and activity integration across all related functions

● Preparing final reports and transfer of knowledge from the respective functions post- Games

● Being a fully engaged team member with a goal of positive and healthy relationships in the workplace

● Executing all responsibilities in a manner which is consistent with the Mission, Vision, and Values of the 2025 Canada Summer Games

● Other duties as reasonably required.

Education/Experience

● Degree or diploma in Business, Recreation, Sports Management, Special Event Management or a related discipline or comparable education and experience.

● Five (5) or more years experience in a senior manager level in a complex commercial environment, venue management or major events management preferred

● A combined equivalent of education and experience will be considered.

Qualifications

● Demonstrated experience in strategic planning, project management and financial oversight

● Exceptional proficiency with Google’s G Suite programs (e.g. Gmail, Docs, Slides, Calendar, etc.) or equivalent MS Office software

● Ability to exercise sound judgment, discretion and confidentiality.

● Energetic self-starter; takes initiative and can work with minimum direction and supervision

● Ability to work collaboratively with strong organization skills, effective communication (oral/written), deliver on deadlines and work well under pressure

● Knowledge and experience working in a not-for-profit, events, sports, or multi-sport Games environment is an asset

● Ability to liaise and interact with multiple partners and stakeholders both locally and nationally

Other

● Knowledge of finance procedures

● Bilingualism (English and French) with proficiency in both verbal and written forms is an asset.

● Working conditions: sitting, using a computer, and repetitive motions over extended periods of time

● Physical demands may include: lifting up to 30 lbs, working outdoors

Conditions of Employment

● Office hours would be 35-40 hours/week. Due to the nature of the organization, hours will be flexible based on position requirements.

● All applicants must be legally entitled to work in Canada at the time of application.

● Valid Newfoundland and Labrador drivers license

● RNC Certificate of Conduct and Vulnerable Sector Check will be required

● Background and credential checks may be required for specified positions

Important Note:

The Host Society reserves the right to change, amend or disuse this job description at any time. This document is intended to provide an overview of the required responsibilities and qualifications.

This position is part of the Part-Time Contract Positions (Employee Group)

Careers are Built at Brock.

As a Top Employer in Hamilton-Niagara, Brock University offers unique opportunities in leadership, teaching, research, student support services, and administration. We have a history of developing the strength and career potential of our employees.

We are on the cusp of something new and exciting. We are launching into our next 50 years and are looking for people with passion, energy, and a strong desire to help our students achieve their goals.

Experience Brock, experience success.

Experience the Benefits of Working at Brock.

Learning and career development are natural elements of an academic environment. At Brock, career development is ingrained in our culture. On average, 45- 60% of our staff position hires are a result of internal movement**. Our Senior Leadership, Staff, and Faculty help drive our collaborative culture. Learn more about how our employees feel about their employment experience at Brock University by visiting http://www.brocku.ca/careers/testmonials.

** 2016 metrics

Post End Date:

Note to all candidates: This posting will close at 12:01 am on the date listed .

July 4, 2022

The Head Coach, Men’s Rugby will oversee a university varsity program that consists of up to thirty-five (36) student-athletes and a coaching staff of up to four (4) assistant coaches and support staff. The Head Coach, Men’s Rugby shall personify the values of Brock Sports exemplifying equity, diversity and inclusion in all aspects of student athlete development in a safe sport environment.

This position is a part time renewable contract. Candidates must be available evenings and weekends during the competitive university sport season August 1 through to November 15.

A Day in the Life…

Reporting to the Associate Director, Brock Sports, the Head Coach, Men’s Rugby shall perform all coaching duties consistent with the operation of a successful varsity sport program including:

• In collaboration with the Varsity Coordinator, designs and implements a sport annual plan that positions Brock University to achieve provincial prominence. The annual coaching plan shall include: athlete recruitment, team selection, personnel management, team and individual goal setting, tactical and technical preparation, scheduling, practice planning and game preparation, team building, athlete management, scouting, athlete performance evaluation and feedback, program evaluation, and maintaining ongoing regular contact to ensure support of student athletes.

• Develops and implements the overall sport schedule (including training camps and preseason competition, practices and team functions) and monitors/ensures all logistical/operational team components, (including travel administration) that aligns with budget/expense and team revenue generation targets within the financial plan.

• In collaboration with the Associate Director, the coach shall prepare a program plan that creates and evaluates program performance targets and evaluation measures.

• Working in conjunction with Brock Sports Performance and Brock Sports Medicine team, coordinates the Integrated Support Team (IST) program necessary to fulfil the sport science support (Strength and Conditioning, Sport Medicine, Nutrition, Sport Psychology) required for a competitive university sport program;

• In collaboration with the Student Athlete Services Coordinator, ensures participating student-athletes meet all necessary and required eligibility regulations as set out in the Brock University, Brock Sports, OUA rules and regulations and assists student athletes with non-academic student athlete supports as required;

• Remains current with knowledge, trends and practices that are necessary to build and maintain a competitive program. Attends OUA league and coaches’ meetings and ensures compliance with all league regulations.

• Collaborates and maintains positive relationships with other sport governing bodies and associations at the local, regional, provincial, national and professional levels to enhance the sport for both the University and the Niagara Region;

• In collaboration with Brock Sports staff, promotes and implements enhancements to the men’s soccer program through fundraising and alumni initiatives;

• Maintains strong communication with the Brock Sports Study Hall Coordinator in monitoring and assisting student-athletes with academic progress;

• As an integral member of the Brock Badger team, is at times expected to support other programs, participate in University and community initiatives, and attends University events as requested by the Director/Associate Director.

What you will need to succeed:

• Minimum NCCP Competition Introduction/L2 World Rugby certification.

• A minimum of three (3) years coaching rugby at a competitive level, at the college, university, provincial or national level, or equivalent, with a proven record of integrity and demonstrated skill in developing and motivating student-athletes both academically and athletically.

• Comprehensive knowledge of rugby coaching systems, tactics and strategies to teach, coach and prepare student-athletes to compete at their highest level;

• NCCP Safe Sport and a satisfactory Criminal Records. Check with vulnerable sector screening as required;

• Knowledge of OUA rules and regulations and policies, and knowledge of Brock’s academic system is an asset;

• Ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community;

• Understanding of Canadian anti-doping polices ;

• First Aid and CPR certification is preferred; Mental Health First Aid training is an asset;

• Proven exceptional organizational, communication, interpersonal and administrative skills;

• Flexible and responsive to changing needs in a dynamic and fast-paced environment;

• Valid Ontario driver’s license with an acceptable driver’s abstract.

Brock University currently* requires all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 if they are working in-person on campus with other employees, students or members of the public. As a condition of being hired, employees in these types of roles will be required to provide proof of full vaccination, or provide proof of a bona fide medical/human rights exemption. *Subject to change.

Brock University is actively committed to diversity and the principles of Employment Equity and invites applications from all qualified candidates. Women, Aboriginal peoples including those who identify as members of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples, members of visible minorities and racialized groups, people with disabilities, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) persons are encouraged to apply.

Please include in your application: Cover Letter with position title, Resume/CV, and a list of three (3)References (that includes both email and phone contact information). Deadline: Monday July 4, 2022

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

Please note that Brock University currently requires all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 if they are working on campus and/or in-person with other employees, students or members of the public. As a condition of being hired, employees in these types of roles will be required to provide proof of full vaccination, or provide proof of a bona fide medical or Human Rights Code exemption.

Brock University is actively committed to diversity and the principles of Employment Equity and invites applications from all qualified candidates. Women, Aboriginal peoples including those who identify as members of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples, members of visible minorities and racialized groups, people with disabilities, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) persons are encouraged to apply. We will accommodate the needs of the applicants and the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) throughout all stages of the selection process, as outlined in the Employment Accommodation Policy https://brocku.ca/policies/wp-content/uploads/sites/94/Employment-Accommodation-Policy.pdf. Please advise: talent@brocku.ca  to ensure your accessibility needs are accommodated through this process. Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.

It is Brock University’s policy to give consideration to qualified internal applicants.

We appreciate all applications received; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

At this time, initial interviews will be conducted virtually.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

Working with a Canada Games Host Society will be one of the most exciting, rewarding and exhilarating times of your career. A role with 2025 Canada Summers Games in St. John’s is destined to provide all of that in a collaborative team environment.

Overview of the Position

As a key member of the 2025 Canada Summer Games Senior Leadership Team, the Director of Finance, People & Administration (FPA) provides high-level, strategic input to the Chief Executive Officer and Board of Directors. In addition, the Director oversees a staff team that coordinates all activities driven by the related functional areas of the Business Plan and Functional areas including:

● Legacy

● Legal

● Financial Services

● Office and Admin Services

● Staffing

● Registration & Accreditation

● GST

● Contingency

● Capital (Infrastructure)

● Volunteer

Key Responsibilities

This role will be responsible for, but not limited to:

● Managing the development and implementation of functional area strategic plans, ensuring rigorous adherence to the approved Business Plan including targets, goals, timelines and financial budgets

● Developing and managing a staff team

● Leading the FPA team members in execution of all elements related to the functional area including:

○ budget updates and comparatives, completing month end procedures, and reporting to funding partners, as required

○ Guiding HR strategy including staffing plan, payroll and benefits

○ Supporting the formulation of the volunteer strategy and processes

● Responsible for the oversight and management of accounting records. Working in collaboration with Vision33 for the implementation of the Sage Intacct accounting system.

● Meetings with the Board of Directors, Human Resources Committee, and Finance, Risk & Audit Committee to keep them apprised of key operational activities, potential risks, and issues as required

● Leading budget-relieving grants, staff incentive applications and other funding opportunities with external partners and government stakeholders

● Reviewing and recommending an HST strategy to ensure accurate and timely filings and claiming the highest Public Service Body rebate percentages

● Managing the CRA business account including: rebates and returns, reviewing correspondence and ensuring all requests and mail is adequately addressed

● Maintaining oversight of all capital projects including reporting requirements for funding partners

● Developing revenue generation and value-in-kind strategies/execution in conjunction with the partnerships team

● Directing procurement within all functional area items including legacy and final asset disposal plan

● Ensuring integration and coordination of all team activities with the Chief Executive Officer, Co-Chairs of the Board of Directors, Directors and fellow staff and volunteers within other Games functions, ensuring strong horizontal communications and activity integration across all related functions

● Preparing final reports and transfer of knowledge from the respective functions post- Games

● Being a fully engaged team member with a goal of positive and healthy relationships in the workplace

● Executing all responsibilities in a manner which is consistent with the Mission, Vision, and Values of the 2025 Canada Summer Games

● Other duties as reasonably required.

Education/Experience

● A degree in Accounting, Business Administration, Commerce, or a related discipline or comparable education and experience.

● Professional accounting designation

● Five (5) or more years experience in a senior finance role and leadership experience at a senior management level.

● A combined equivalent of education and experience will be considered.

Qualifications

● Demonstrated experience in strategic planning, project management and financial oversight

● Exceptional proficiency with Google’s G Suite programs (e.g. Gmail, Docs, Slides, Calendar, etc.) or equivalent MS Office software

● Ability to exercise sound judgment, discretion and confidentiality.

● Energetic self-starter; takes initiative and can work with minimum direction and supervision

● Ability to work collaboratively with strong organization skills, effective communication (oral/written), deliver on deadlines and work well under pressure

● Knowledge and experience working in a not-for-profit, events, sports, or multi-sport Games environment is an asset

● Ability to liaise and interact with multiple partners and stakeholders both locally and nationally

Other

● Knowledge of finance procedures including use of SAGE is an asset

● Bilingualism (English and French) with proficiency in both verbal and written forms is an asset.

● Working conditions: sitting, using a computer, and repetitive motions over extended periods of time

● Physical demands may include: lifting up to 30 lbs, working outdoors

Conditions of Employment

● Office hours would be 35-40 hours/week. Due to the nature of the organization, hours will be flexible but may include evening, weekend and holidays based on position requirements.

● All applicants must be legally entitled to work in Canada at the time of application.

● Valid Newfoundland and Labrador drivers license

● RNC Certificate of Conduct and Vulnerable Sector Check will be required

● Background and credential checks may be required for specified positions

Important Note:

The Host Society reserves the right to change, amend or disuse this job description at any time. This document is intended to provide an overview of the required responsibilities and qualifications.

Established in 1984, the OSGA 55+ (Ontario Senior Games Association)  has been providing adults aged 55+ across Ontario with physical and mental activities to promote healthy and active living.

We are looking for someone to join our small team and help us expand our impact on program delivery. The ideal candidate should be passionate about physical activity and its connection to healthy aging, comfortable working with older adults 55+ and have some understanding of the unique challenges they face in continuing to live a healthy, active lifestyle.

Responsibilities include:

Qualifications

Other

The role is permanent with 37.5 hours weekly, with expectation that during competition periods, extra hours will be required, including evenings and weekends.  This role will require some travel.

Candidates will work out of the OSGA office in Barrie, Ontario and will report to the Board of Directors on a regular basis.

The Opportunity

Due to the success and growth of our high performance program, Canada Snowboard is seeking an Assistant Service Technician (AST) for the Canadian National Snowboard Team. The AST position would include the opportunity for training and advancement with the program working with some of the world’s best technicians. Reporting to the Lead Technician, the AST supports all aspects of the Canadian National Team’s equipment and service program.

 

The primary goal of delivering quality results through effective planning and world class preparation of r equipment. The ideal candidate will possess an innovative and entrepreneurial spirit that always seeks to identify, evolve, and improve the best methods, systems, and processes. These qualities will support a world leading wax, service, and equipment program to meet the collective and individual goals of the Canadian Snowboard team.

Targeted Fit

The candidate understands that the focus of assistant service technician is to provide our athletes with world class opportunities for success via their equipment, i.e., their snowboards. They must be tactile and innovative, who listens well, learns quickly, and communicates efficiently. They must be able to adapt and adjust as things change and unfold. The AST must have the ability to travel for extended periods of time with a group and maintain a level head through high-pressure environments.

Skills and Experience

Your entrepreneurial spirit, versatility and innovative approach to your work accompanied by:

The Application Process

If you are an innovator, superb communicator, participative leader and a performance-focused professional, and know that you possess the requisite experience, skills and education, please submit your cover letter outlining what you think are the top three reasons why you’re an ideal candidate, along with a resume, references and salary expectations no later than July 15th, 2022, 17h00 PDT to:

Tyler Ashbee High Performance Program Manager, Canada Snowboard

·     Email: tyler@canadasnowboard.ca

Canada Snowboard is committed to employment equity, providing a welcoming and safe work environment and encourages applications from all qualified candidates. The Assistant Service Technician would ideally be located in Alberta, Canada with access to Canmore, AB but alternative locations will be considered.

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

 

Financial support for this position is provided by Sport Canada and Canada Snowboard’s discretionary revenue.