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The Hepburn Figure Skating Club (June 15th) is currently accepting applications for a coach to lead our CANSkate and STARSkate programs for the 2018-19 season.  We are open to hiring either a full-time or part-time coach.

Requirements:

  • minimum of level 1 certification
  • A coach in good standing with Skate Canada

Hepburn is a vibrant growing community located 25 minutes North of Saskatoon.  Our STARskate program typically runs from mid October to March with our CANSkate program beginning in December.

We are looking for someone with a passion for skating and who enjoys being with kids and inspiring them toward excellence. 

For more information please contact Leanne Schellenberg (Vice President) at 306-947-2437 or email hepburnfigureskatingclub@gmail.com.

Please submit resumes by September 7, 2018 to:

Hepburn Figure Skating Club

Box 284

Hepburn, SK

S0K 1Z0

The Wynyard Skating Club (June 11th) is currently accepting applications for the 2018-19 season for a coach for our Canskate and Starskate programs with a minimum of level 1 certification.

Wynyard is located 174 km from Regina and 188 km from Saskatoon on the Yellowhead highway.

Skating days in Wynyard are Tuesdays and Thursdays and the season runs from the end of October to the end of March.

We are looking for an enthusiastic, motivated individual that loves the sport and kids.

Please submit resumes by July 6 2018 to:

Wynyard Skating Club

Box 15

Wynyard Sk

S0A 4T0

For more information please contact Denise Mozel at 306-554-8047 or email deromo@sasktel.net.

Prairie Edge School of Skating is currently seeking a Professional Skate Canada Certified Coach (Apr 26th)

Position: Skate Canada Certified Figure Skating Coach

Term: Full-time permanent

Location: Home Club is Moose Jaw based but applicant must be willing to travel throughout Saskatchewan.  Coaching/training will be done in Moose Jaw rinks and travel throughout Saskatchewan is required for attending competitions.

Job Description:          

  • Instruct athletes in CanSkate, Rising Stars, Junior Academy, Synchro, STARSkate and Competitive Skate. 
  • Plan, develop and implement edge classes, stroking classes and off-ice classes.  Off-ice classes to consist of jump technique, positioning, flexibility, strength and conditioning. 
  • Identify talented athletes and assist with progressions into required programs 
  • Plan athlete competitive schedules             
  • Motivate and prepare athletes for competitive events      
  • Analyze and evaluate athletes performances and modify training programs as necessary    
  • Plan, complete and submit yearly plans for competitive athletes   
  • Provide progress reports and communicate with parents and guardians of athletes      
  • Assist with planning and organizing an annual ice show  
  • Be enthusiastic and positive and follow Skate Canada Coaches Code of Ethics                 
  • Be willing to work in a team environment and work directly with a team of coaches and a volunteer board to ensure accurate organization and delivery of all programs      
  • Additional responsibilities include proper training techniques, developing individualized training schedules and long term athlete development                  
  • Hours of work include days, evenings and weekends. Flexible schedule.  

Qualifications:      

  • Be a registered Skate Canada Professional Coach in Good Standing
  • Minimum Regional Coach (Primary STARSkate / Level 1) Certified and ability to attain Provincial Coach (ISPC) Certification and National Coach (Level 3)
  • Pairs experience is an asset        
  • Experience at a national and/or international level either as a coach or a competitor is an asset        
  • Superior interpersonal, organizational, leadership, coaching and technical skills required  
  • Gold/Senior level free skate or equivalent a must    
  • Synchro, choreography and/or show experience is a definite asset       
  • CanPowerSkate Certification an asset (or willing to attain)           
  • Skate sharpening experience                                                                                                                                         

Contact Information:

Prairie Edge School of Skating

Box 1421

Moose Jaw, SK Canada                                                                                                            S6H 4R3

Email: prairieedgesos@gmail.com    

Contact phone: Chelsea Blaczczok (306)630-8260

All interested applicants may send their resume and cover letter to Chelsea Blaczczok, club president, at prairieedgesos@gmail.com or mail to the above address.

The Grenfell Canskate Club (Mar 21st) is looking for a certified Canskate and/or Starskate coach for the 2018/19 skating season as of March 19, 2018.  We are a small-sized club of skaters and our skating season is from October to March.  We like to have an ice show in mid-March to show the skater’s skills to family, friends and the community.  Our club is looking for someone who enjoys interacting with kids, has strong leadership skills and has a positive attitude.

 

Requirements:   

1) Certified Club Coach (CanSkate) and/or Regional (STARSkate) Coach

2) Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check

 

For more information, please contact Bonnie Chasse, Club President, (306) 451-0011 or Kim Urschel, Club Treasurer, (306) 697-8744.

 

The Vibank Skating Club (Mar 19th) is seeking a Regional (Primary STARSkate) and CanSkate head coach to join our coaching team for the 2018/2019 season. If you possess enthusiasm and strong teamwork skills, love skating and teaching kids, them we would love to hear from you! Our skating season runs from late October until March. We are looking for all availabilities.

Our Club’s purpose is to encourage the instruction, practice, enjoyment and advancement of its members in accordance with the Rules, Policies and Procedures of Skate Canada.

Requirements:

·         A Regional (Primary STARSkate) Certified Coach or higher

·         Criminal Record Check

·         First Aid Certificate

·         Must be a Coach in Good Standing with Skate Canada

·         Must work cooperatively with the current coaching team

·         Must have your own transportation or the capability to carpool

·         Must have the ability to coach CanSkate and STARSkate skills, dance and be dedicated in encouraging skaters to reach their full potential.

Skills:

·         Strong leadership, management and communication skills

·         Goal orientated, and progress driven

·         Enjoy working with children and teens

We offer competitive wages, mileage rates and incentives.

Vibank is 50 km south-east of Regina.

Interested candidates should respond with a current resume and cover letter to Vibank Skating Club President, Jennifer Moffatt at vibankskating@gmail.com.