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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.
Lookout Pass Race Team is looking for Alpine Youth Ski Coach for their ski team.
Person applying must have the following skills:
Skiing ability should be expert
Knowledge of alpine youth racing USSA /PNSA rules -not necessary but will train if need
Enjoys working with kids ages 5-17.
Personalable, fun and willing to help the team and would have a good working relationship with the parents
Available for training days Saturday and Sunday with the occasional Friday or Monday and 5 days for Holiday camp around Christmas time
Available to travel to the different youth race events in the Inland NW.
Interested? Please contact Tabetha at 208-512-0112 or send inquiry to ♦email@example.com
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.
Oversee the daily operation of the Race Department & crew. Hire, train, motivate and discipline staff.
• Clear and concise written and verbal communication skills
• Ability to work in a sometimes high stress, fast paced environment
•Ability to work effectively with other departments
•Must have a positive attitude, good leadership and motivational skills to set example for subordinates.
•Must consider courtesy and safety high priorities
•Be willing and able to provide excellent customer service to all people at all times.
PRE-SEASON DUTIES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING:
•Interview, reference check and hire Race Department crew.
•Maintain and upgrade on-hill facilities, such as race shacks, finish podiums and scoreboard areas
•Secure, order and maintain supplies, materials, equipment and tools belonging to the department.
•Be familiar with Sugar Bowl policies and procedures as to set example for employees to follow.
•Prepare and review annual budget for the Race Department. Analyze budget vs. actual reports on a regular basis to ensure that we remain within projected expense and income limits.
IN-SEASON DUTIES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING:
• Represent the Sugar Bowl Ski Team and Academy and its members to race committees and ski racing associations, such as Far West (ACC) and FIS.
•Submit bids to FW and USSA and other ski racing organizations in order to obtain events for Sugar Bowl, including FIS, USSA, North Tahoe League and other club, college and high school races.
•Oversee Race Department Staff in all aspect of race and competition events management, with the goal of hosting events at all levels in a professional and superlative manner. The goal is to send people home raving about Sugar Bowl and all aspects of their experience at our area.
•Communicate with race participants and officials regarding aspects of race management.
•Coordinate with Ski Team race volunteer coordinator to fill roster of race workers for each event.
Represent the Sugar Bowl Ski Team as its public relations emissary; speak for the team in a way that advances its mission.
•Oversee the recruitment, hiring, training, and performance evaluations of all Race Department staff.
•Foster an atmosphere of respect and courtesy between coaches, parents, athletes, resort employees, and the public; ensure that we maintain a strong emphasis on the customer service aspect of our program.
•Ensure a positive work environment for all staff and volunteers. Maintain appropriate decorum and language in dealing with team and staff members.
•Maintain full awareness of the mission and goals of all aspects of our program
•Ensure that all on-hill staff receives the equipment and resources they require to perform their various functions in an optimal fashion.
•Maintain inventory of all on-hill equipment, including gates, drills, wrenches, timing equipment, radios, chargers. Replenish inventory as needed, following parameters outlined in the budget for each year.
•Arrange for volunteer and staff management of events associated with races, such as banquets and awards ceremonies.
Send resume to: ♦Kevin Roop 530-426-6770
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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.
Team Alpental Snoqualmie Ski Education (TAS Ski Team)
PO BOX 85193
TAS is a premier alpine ski racing program in the Pacific Northwest, with programs for U10-U19 athletes. We are currently looking for coaches for the 2017-2018 season. We have the following openings:
*Head FIS Coach: This is a 6-7 month full-time position + summer and fall camps. The ideal candidate will have a strong racing background, 2+ years of FIS level coaching experience and be willing to travel to divisional, regional and national projects. We offer competitive pay and use of team vehicles. Please contact ♦firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
*Weekend coaches: TAS is looking for weekend U14 and U12 coaches for the upcoming season (mid-November through mid-April). There is also the additional opportunity for weeknight coaching, if interested. Ideal candidates will have strong racing backgrounds, 1+ year youth coaching experience, and be willing to travel to local weekend races. We offer competitive pay and a season's pass to the Summit at Snoqualmie. Please contact ♦email@example.com for more information.
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.
CSAT is seeking a Head Freeride Coach to lead and grow CSAT’s Competition, Training, Development and Prep Freeride programs. This person must be highly positive and wish to share their love of skiing and freeride with Hood River and Portland’s youth. The team trains every weekend and one night a week in the disciplines of slope style, half pipe, skier – x and big mountain freeride. The role requires excellent planning and communication skills and the ability to provide quality training to program athletes in a safe and fun manner. For a full job description see ♦attached description. Compensation is dependent on experience and background, starting at $1900 a month.
Cooper Spur Alpine Team offers programing for ages 5 through 18, who have the desire to train and compete in the sport of ski racing, slopestyle, park/pipe, and/or Mt. Biking. We offer local youth the opportunity to experience structured physical activity in winter and summer sports, with highly experienced coaches who are dedicated to helping skiers and riders at all levels reach their goals. Please email resumes or inquires to ♦firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about Cooper Spur Alpine Team go to ♦http://cooperspuralpineteam.org/