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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.
Cooper Spur Alpine Team offers programs for youth ranging in age 5 through 18, and provides opportunities to youth who have the desire to train and compete in the sport of ski racing, slopestyle, park/pipe, and 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. CSAT is the second largest team on Mt.Hood, providing one to four day training programs for USSA and YSL racers, with training occurring at both Meadows and Cooper Spur Ski Resort.
Head YSL Coach: CSAT is looking for a full-time, 4-5 month position + summer camps, YSL coach to manage CSAT's 90+ Development team athletes and coaches. Pay is dependent on experience and commitment, $2000-$3000 a month. See attached job description. Contact email@example.com for more information
Weekend Race Team Coaches: CSAT is looking for weekend U12, U10, and U8 coaches for the upcoming season (mid-Dec through mid-March). Ideal candidates will have strong racing backgrounds, 1+ year youth coaching and/or teaching experience with youth . We offer very competitive pay, a season's pass to Meadows and Cooper Spur Resort, and a fun working environment .
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For more information about Cooper Spur Alpine Team go to ♦http://cooperspuralpineteam.org/
The Teton Valley Ski Education Foundation (TVSEF) invites nominations and applications for the position of Executive Director (ED). Reporting to the Board of Directors, the ED will join TVSEF at a pivotal moment in the organization’s history. The new ED will have the opportunity to collaborate with the Teton Valley community and Grand Targhee ski and bike resort in further realizing TVSEF’s mission and vision to provide affordable snow sports programs for young athletes to meet their individual potential for excellence through education and opportunity for competition. The ED is responsible for organizational leadership and strategic planning, communications and public image management, financial management and fundraising, and event oversight. The position is full-time with a majority of hours spent between August and May each year.
We are currently seeking coaches for season 2018-19. We have the terrain, the infrastructure and length of season that most coaches dream of. Currently we are looking for full and part time staff to work in all levels of our program. From our youngest athletes the Mighty Mites to our oldest athletes racing FIS. We also have an all mountain free skiing team that will require some full time help. The support the mountain gives our teams is unmatched anywhere in the west. The ski area provides ample training lanes, early morning access, excellent grooming and a watering system that provides the surface athletes need to excel. Working with our local schools and Community Foundation allows for both out of town athletes and locals to reach their goals both academically and athletically. Preferable applicants should have experience racing, coaching or instructing. Involvement with USSS or PSIA is preferred, but not required. Certification is recommended within the first year of employment and funding is available.
Email: ♦Carl Underkoffler.
The Meadows Race team is seeking a forward-thinking leader to guide the Meadows Race Team through its next phase of its storied Evolution. As The Program Director you will provide clear leadership to the entire organization, reflecting the mission, vison and values of the MRT club.
The Head Coach (HC) acts as the intermediary between the Missoula Ski Education Foundation (MSEF) board of directors, coaches, athletes, parents, and volunteers to develop and maintain the teaching or coaching aspect of MSEF. The HC role is at the forefront of the MSEF, and the HC must act as the spokesperson for MSEF to the Northern Division, Western Region, and USSA. The primary focus of this job is to create a teaching program that meets the needs of all MSEF programs, consistent with the MSEF’s mission statement
A US Ski and Snowboard Certified Club, MAC Alpine Ski Team, seeks energetic and knowledgeable professional coach for its U14 Team program. As we strive to achieve the next level of Certification with US Ski and Snowboard, continuing to add to our positive team culture with expert coaches that are behind the Team’s mission, vision and values is imperative. Our U14 Team Coaches serve those U14 athletes racing at the US Ski and Snowboard level within PNSA and the Western Region and provide them the holistic support they need to achieve their goals. U14 coaches are expected to work under the leadership of the Lead U14 Coach and Program Supervisor/Head Coach, supporting the program curriculum on and off snow.
MAC Alpine Ski Team is searching for an experienced Alpine Coach to lead its Buddy Werner Championship winning U14 Team program. Our U14 Team program offers US Ski and Snowboard track U14 athletes up to 5 training days (8 sessions) per week, fully supported coaching and team travel, and a dry land conditioning program at our world class facility in the heart of Portland, Oregon. The Lead U14 Team Coach is in charge of the entire program, including the training and competition calendar, athlete management and goal setting, parent education and relations, and is supported with a staff of excellent U14 Coaches. The Lead U14 Team Coach reports to the Program Director/Head Coach. As we look to take MAC Alpine Ski Team to the next level, we need the right candidate, with the perfect balance of experience, qualifications, and member service to help us achieve our goals. MAC Alpine Ski Team and FreeRide Team is a Certified US Ski and Snowboard Club, serving the members of the Multnomah Athletic Club at the highest level in multiple winter sports. As we strive to achieve the next level of Certification with US Ski and Snowboard, continuing to add to our positive team culture with expert coaches that are behind the Team’s mission, vision and values is imperative.
SARS is seeking applicants for the Club Administrator position. If you have a potential candidate(s) in mind, feel free to share this with him/her. Serious inquires can reach out to ♦firstname.lastname@example.org for a detailed job description.
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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.
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 2018-19 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. Please contact ♦email@example.com for more information.
Head YSL and Intro Coach: This is a 5-6 month position + summer and fall camps. The ideal candidate will have a strong racing background, PSIA level 3 or USSA coach level 200, 2+ years of USSA level coaching experience and be willing to travel to races. We offer competitive pay. Please contact ♦firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Weekend coaches: TAS is looking for weekend 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 Bend Endurance Academy has an immediate opening for the Nordic Program Director position
located in beautiful Bend, Oregon. This position is primarily responsible for coordinating and
supervising all aspects of our growing Nordic Program and supports the general operations of the
Methow Valley Nordic Ski Educational Foundation
Methow Valley Nordic Ski Educational Foundation (MVNSEF) is seeking an Executive Director.
The Executive Director will report to the Board of Directors and has overall operational responsibility for implementing the organization’s mission and strategic plan. Responsibilities include day to day management of its staff, programs, finances, donor relations, and fundraising. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter or letter of interest and resume to: ♦firstname.lastname@example.org (preferred) or Ginny Price, MVNSEF Board, PO Box 1063, Winthrop,WA 98862 by May 4, 2018.
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.
MAC Alpine Ski Team is searching for a Big-Mountain/Free-Skiing expert to Lead it’s ever growing MAC FreeRide Team. With an outstanding staff of member-coaches, MAC FreeRide has grown from 9 to 27 athletes over the past three seasons. As we look to take MAC FreeRide to the next level with multiple day per week options, we need the right candidate, with the perfect balance of experience, qualifications, and member service to help us achieve our goals. MAC Alpine Ski Team and FreeRide Team is a Certified US Ski and Snowboard Club, serving the members of the Multnomah Athletic Club at the highest level in multiple winter sports. As we strive to achieve the next level of Certification with US Ski and Snowboard, continuing to add to our positive team culture with expert coaches that are behind the Team’s mission, vision and values is imperative.