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The Big Mtn. Race Team seeks a U16-U19 Coach for the 2016-17 season. Full job description is ♦here.
Send your resume and cover letter to: ♦Tim Hinderman
The Bluewood Alpine Race Team (BART) is currently accepting resumes for the head Race Coach and Assistant Coach(es) postitions. BART is based out of Walla Walla, WA.
The head coach will need to commit 2-3 days a week (Friday-Sunday), travel expenses are reimbursed. Travel to Bluewood on weekends to train, and to other resorts for competitions, is expected. Athletes' ages are 6-14. BART offers competitive pay.
Multnomah Athletic Club (MAC) Alpine is looking for an experienced Ski Professional to head up the Competitive U14 USSA and YSL Programs. This Coach should be able to manage a staff of coaches, and ensure that training is always staffed and executed properly. The Lead Ski Coach will need to have the flexibility to travel to race series throughout the season, as well as hold down training at the home mountain. The Lead Ski Coach will also have the opportunity to coach up at the U16/Junior level when the program needs a third traveling coach along with the Lead Junior/FIS Coach and Program Supervisor/Head Coach. Shift Details: Expected to be able to give the program at least 50 days a year, from Early December thru the end of April, and into May if necessary. Could be used for Summer Camps if needed. On a weekly basis, expected every Friday night, Saturday and Sunday. Week long race series may be necessary as well. Responsibilities include: coaching/teaching skiing under the direction of the Program Supervisor/Head Ski Coach and Ski Committee; communicates to their coaching staff and member families on a weekly basis with training updates, coaching duties, and upcoming competitions schedule; interacts with the membership and upholds the standards of our member service program.
The Multnomah Athletic Club offers competitive wages and benefits. All MAC employees receive benefits such as: free parking, discounted public transportation passes, 401(K) retirement program with employer match, Employee Assistance Program, facility use and discounted services and meals throughout club. Full-time employees may choose from a comprehensive health & welfare benefits package.
To apply, please submit a ♦MAC Application for employment and your resume to ♦firstname.lastname@example.org. For an Application for Employment - ♦click here and save the file on your computer. Complete the form and save it and return it the MAC Human Resources.
Exciting opportunity to lead the McCall Winter Sports Club’s Alpine Ski Racing (MWSC) program, a member Club of the USSA Intermountain Division. MWSC is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to developing quality skiers through discipline and competitive spirit to reach their full potential. Offered in a fun and family-friendly environment at Brundage Mountain Ski Resort, athletes who belong to the McCall Winter Sports Club come from varied backgrounds throughout Idaho and Eastern Oregon. ♦Full job description
The Head Coach is a supervisory role to the MWSC alpine coaching staff and reports into the Program Director. Assist in the responsibilities of improving overall program success measures including, but not limited to, financial growth, member retention and acquisition, athlete skill performance, and annual member satisfaction scores. Administration related to training, travel, safety, and competitions at Brundage Mountain Resort. Oversee Brundage Mountain Resort race events and represent MWSC at Divisional and Regional meetings. ♦Full job description
Send resume and questions to: ♦MSRT Board
The MAC Alpine Ski Team Prep Program runs under the direction Ski Program Coordinator & Head Ski Coach. Coaches teache skiing fundamentals and alpine racing technique and tactics to their group of athletes in a season-long progression. Seeking applicants with a current professional certification from PSIA and/or USSA, or who have an experienced background in teaching skiing and/or race coaching. Prep Program Coaches work with the same group of skiers in a multi-week group lesson setting for a total of 15-18 days on snow, over 15 weeks. A Professionally Certified Ski Instructor who is looking to develop young skiers over the course of a season would make the ideal candidate. Previous competitive ski team coaching experience required. Current coaching certification from the USSA and/or PSIA is required, individuals showing the drive and initiative to become certified at the PSIA Level 1 Alpine, and/or the USSCA Level 100 Alpine level within 2 years is preferred. Requires effective planning, supervisory, and organizational skills. Demonstrated computer proficiency including a working knowledge of computer applications (i.e. word processing, and excel spreadsheets). Requires the ability to communicate effectively in written and verbal form with members, guests and employees.
All MAC employees receive benefits such as: free parking, discounted public transportation passes, 401(K) retirement program with employer match, Employee Assistance Program, discounted services and meals throughout club. Other benefits may require hourly eligibility.
The goal of the MAC Alpine Ski Team is to sustain a program committed to excellence and the development of its athletes. The program offers ski racing from beginning to elite levels. Athletes have the opportunity to participate and succeed in local, regional, and national competition.
MAC is a private not-for-profit athletic and social club near downtown Portland, Oregon, at SW 18th and Salmon Streets. Formed in 1891 by 26 football players, Multnomah Athletic Club means as much to families as it does to athletes. A complete club, with first-rate facilities, superb cuisine, and fun social activities, MAC is a second home to many members.
Responsible for directing and supporting the Race Team in order that each athlete has fun reaching his/her
full potential in all aspects of alpine racing, including education, training, preparation, and competion. Must be 21 or older.
Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows, a member resort of the USSA Far West Division, is looking for (2) Events Managers. (1) Full Time Year around and (1) Winter Seasonal. Full job descriptoins are here: ♦Squaw Valley ♦Alpine Meadows
Contact: Kyle Creze Director of Events, Activities, Security and Terrain Parks
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Summit Masters Race Coaches, ARC Coaches and Race Crewski will be responsible for athlete training and ski racing experience, including but not limited to, welcoming people at the meeting place, guiding the learning and race-day experience, highlighting the racers’ successes throughout the lesson and inviting them back as the training is completing. After attending Coaching and Crewski clinics or the apprenticeship training, follow program and training content guidelines, own the SnowSports School’s safety culture, meet or exceed the guest expectation and support the Race Department and SnowSports School objectives. Essential focus will be to provide a friendly, fun, safe, caring and compassionate guest experience, time and time again.
Full position info is ♦here.
Candidates submit your coaching and academic resume by November 10th, to: ♦Dean Tonkin, Race Department, (206-300-1928) OR mail to Dean Tonkin, Race Department, PO Box 1068, Snoqualmie Pass, WA 98068.
Momentum Northwest, a Seattle-based junior cross-country ski team, is now accepting applications for a Program Director / Head Coach. Interested candidates must have a background in cross-country ski racing and coaching, along with an irrepressible enthusiasm for working with young people and introducing newcomers to the sport.
Competitive salary D.O.E. Full information is ♦here. Please send cover letter, resume, and two references to ♦Courtney Voorhees.
Momentum Northwest, a 501©3 organization, was formed in early 2014 with a mission to create a national-caliber junior cross-country ski racing program in Seattle.
The Mt. Bachelor Sports Education Foundation is seeking an Assistant Nordic Coach to lead, motivate, educate and provide direction to athletes/ members of the MBSEF Nordic program and assist the Nordic Director in all facets of the Nordic Program, including Collegiate Programs, Masters Programs, U18/U16 racing programs, Middle School, Youth, and Biathlon.
Job Qualifications: Practical knowledge of current cross-country techniques and training methods. Assistant coach must have proficiency with wax selection and application, an aptitude for equipment repair and selection, and a working knowledge of video equipment. In addition to coaching duties, the assistant coach will be expected to perform various office duties which requires some basic computer skills, good communication skills and some office work experience.
• Contribute to a positive and motivating environment to foster a lifelong love for the sport of cross country skiing
• Works to support the vision, mission and philosophy of MBSEF
• Assists head coach with Full-time, Winter Term and Middle School program athletes including collegiate athletes
• Travel with selected MBSEF teams
• Help design schedules and training programs
• Instruct Master skiers in MBSEF program
• Assist Director with organization and execution of MBSEF citizen races
• Supports staff and racers at local races
• Attend various staff/program meetings
• Assist with some MBSEF fundraising events
• Help to maintain the integrity of the MBSEF Nordic as well as all other programs and activities of MBSEF
• Reports to Nordic Program Director for all matters relating to the Nordic Program
Salary: Dependent of experience, availability, and prior success.
PVNT is looking to hire a head coach for its junior Nordic race team. We are looking for applicants with a strong passion for coaching kids and Nordic skiing. This will be a year around position that includes travel to regional races.
Employment start date is flexible, depending on needs of applicant.
Email resume to ♦Director@SkiPlain.com.
For full position description: ♦PVNT Head Coach Position Opening
Submission deadline: June 15th, 2015.