Subscription Frequently Asked Questions
Your members will receive access to their SIRC Resource Subscription directly from the member’s area on your website. SIRC will provide you with a unique link to be placed behind your member’s secured area which will automatically log them into SIRC and take them directly to the “Dashboard”. Please contact SIRC, if you have any questions.
Yes, a SIRC Resource Subscription is intended for those with a direct relationship to the subscriber. This includes employees, board members, coaches, members, and students of the Subscriber. Subscribe Now to start sharing the resources.
Absolutely, we encourage you to share the information you find. SIRC respects the Copyright Act and we would ask that you please see our Terms and Conditions for more information prior to sharing.
The SIRC Subscription account administrator is the main contact for the organization’s subscription. They will have a separate login from their organization’s members. For those with a SIRC Premier Subscription, it is only the account administrator’s account that is able to post jobs.
Sport job postings are to be for the organization holding the SIRC Premier Subscription only and do not include postings for or on behalf of their members or member organizations.
As a benefit of a SIRC Premier Subscription, the account administrator can edit their postings at any time by logging into their account and click “my job postings” in the subscriber menu. Non-subscribers must contact SIRC to have any changes made to their posting (fees may apply).
Of course, the SIRC job board is intended for all your recruitment needs. Including but not limited to full-time and part-time employees,internships, volunteers, Board members, student positions, and contractors.
We encourage you to submit these as one job posting. When you are filling out the form simply put the location as “Various Locations” and then within your posting list all the locations.
All postings require approval by SIRC before they are available on the website, and will appear on the SIRC website the next business day.
All postings are automatically removed from the SIRC website at 11:59pm (EST) on the application deadline date.
Over the past 6 months, we’ve seen ongoing news of alleged maltreatment of athletes who compete at national and international levels. These reports of maltreatment in artistic swimming, gymnastics, bobsleigh and skeleton, and most recently boxing have sparked increased discussion by both the sport sector and the public. These reports also led to action by the Government of Canada and countless calls to meaningfully engage stakeholders, specifically athletes, to collaboratively evolve the sport system for the better. Sport administrators are working […]