The Wynyard Skating Club (May 15th) is currently accepting applications for the 3013-14 season for our CanSkate and STARSkate programs.
Wynyard is located 174 km from Regina and 188 km from Saskatoon on the Yellowhead highway. Skating days in Wynyard are Tuesdays and Thursdays but that may be negotiable if necessary. 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 5th to:
Wynyard Skating Club
For more information please contact Angie Madigan at 306-560-7715 or Jen Lindal at 306-560-3252.
City View Skating Club (May 13th) is currently accepting applications for the 2013 – 2014 season for an NCCP Primary StarSkate Coach or NCCP CanSkate Coach to work with our head coach teaching Pre-CanSkate, CanSkate and StarSkate sessions.
Prairie Edge School of Skating (May 9th) in Moose Jaw, Sk is currently seeking professional coaches (minimum CanSkate trained for CanSkate and Primary STARSkate Certified for STARSkate and Synchro) for their CanSkate, Rising Stars, SynchroSkate and STARSkate programs for the 2013-14 season and beyond. Prairie Edge has approximately 110 CanSkaters, 30 STARSkate and Competitive Skaters and 3 Synchro teams. We typically have ice 6 days a week. Our fall season begins mid September and runs until mid October with winter commencing at that time and running until mid-March. Prairie Edge also runs a short spring school.
If you are enthusiastic, have excellent interpersonal skills as well as being highly motivated and organized we encourage you to apply. Prairie Edge is a young, fast growing club with lots of future potential for the right applicant(s). Team work is essential, particularly in the CanSkate and Rising Stars program. As a Prairie Edge School of Skating professional, you will work directly with our team of coaches and volunteer board to ensure accurate organization and delivery of all programs.
The City of Moose Jaw, located in Southern Saskatchewan is one of the province’s top tourist destinations and is fast becoming one of the best places to live as well. With a population of approximately 35,000 as well as easy access to all services and only a short 45 minute drive from the province’s capital, Regina, it is an ideal city to live, work and raise a family. For more info on the City of Moose Jaw please visit www.moosejaw.ca
All interested applicants may send their resume and cover letter to Michele Gillis, club president at firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn to Skate Administrator and Learn to Train Manager (May 2nd)
The Northern BC Centre for Skating (formerly Spruce City Skating Club), is accepting applications for a specialized coach to join their dynamic coaching team. All members of the team are expected to work together to achieve technical and category advancement targets as established by the Director of Skating and Development Director. The position is divided into two parts as outlined below.
1. planning, execution and implementation of the “new CanSkate” model (currently operational) including:
2. specialization/management of all aspects for all athletes in STAR 2 and STAR 3 (Pre-Preliminary and Preliminary)
3. an interest in spin development to athletes in all levels
1. fill in for absent coaches as required
“new CS model”
private/group lesson coordination
fill in for absent coaches as needed
The STAR 2-3 Manager at NBCCS is a critical role to the on-going success of our Centre as they interact with the athletes, coaching staff and executive committee. The successful candidate will be entrusted with significant responsibility to drive the operational excellence that NBCCS has come to expect.
Tasks (enter into Coach Calendars)
All documents to be presented to DOS, then circulated
create level specific calendar w dates/deadlines
private/group lesson coordination, approval of DOS required, coach notification
online membership stats on google drive
Salary to commensurate based on experience. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Rory Allen - Director of Skating
Northern BC Centre for Skating
Joanne Wankling, Pro-Liaison, Northern BC Centre For Skating.<email@example.com>,
W A N T E D (April 29th)
A Figure skating coach for CanSkate and STARSkate in Hafford for the 2013-2014 season.
Our skating days are Wednesdays and Fridays 3:30 – 7:30, and our season usually lasts
around 10 – 12 weeks depending on the weather.
Salary and mileage to be negotiated. Any interested persons
are invited to contact:
1. Lisa LisaPre@Live.ca
2. Nancy firstname.lastname@example.org
3. April email@example.com
Skate Yorkton (April 29th) is looking for a coach who is enthusiastic and motivated to help grow our club programs starting September 2013. Skate Yorkton offers CanSkate, STARSkate and Competitive programs. Ice time per week is approximately 15 hours per week.
Qualities we are looking for:
Please submit letters and resumes to:
Yorkton, SK S3N 2X1
or via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wanted Assistant Skating Coach for Pense Skate Club (April 24th).
Duties to commence October 2013-March 31, 2014 Wednesday Evening from 6-7:30pm at Pense Memorial Rink.
(Pense is 15 minutes from Regina and 20 minutes from Moose Jaw).
We offer Power Skating, First Blades, Can Skate and we will have a few skaters at the beginning levels of Star Skate.
Please apply with resume to: Diane Klemp Box 116 Pense, SK. S0G 3W0 or email@example.com July 10, 2013.
Skate Canada - Saskatchewan (April 17th) is currently accepting applications for the position of Office Assistant in our Regina office. This is a permanent part-time position with a minimum of two days per week with potential for an increase in work hours during various times of the year.
Skate Canada - Saskatchewan
While we thank everyone for their application, only those being considered for the position will be contacted.
Skate Delisle (April 17th) is currently seeking two new coaches at Level 2 or Level 1.
We are interested in enthusiastic individuals with excellent communication and organizational skills. New Can-Skate program training is preferred but not essential.
Please forward resume and cover letter to:
The Prince George Figure Skating Club (posted Jan 24th)is currently accepting applications for a Director of Skating. The new Director of Skating must be a certified Skate Canada coach.
We are seeking an enthusiastic, highly motivated professional who demonstrates strong interpersonal skills with parents, children, colleagues, and club executive. Teamwork is essential. This position will involve organizing, implementing, monitoring and coaching of all levels and in all disciplines including Canskate, Junior Academy, STARSkate, Competitive and Dance.
We are a well established club in Prince George, BC with a membership of approximately 380 skaters participating in Canskate, CanPower, and STARSkate. We operate throughout the year with 24 hours of ice per week during the winter season.
The Prince George Figure Skating Club operates out of the Kin Centre arena, centrally located in Prince George, BC. Current population of the city is 80,000.
The successful applicant will have excellent interpersonal skills, vast experience in teaching and organizing CanSkate programs, good computer skills and administrative experience. Exposure to the new CanSkate model is an asset.
Salary is negotiable and commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Please forward a letter of interest and your resume in confidence to:
Prince George Figure Skating Club
PO Box 2386
Prince George, BC
Or Via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Steven Burke