Head Coach, Snow School
Conservation Halton is seeking a motivated individual who is interested in working with the Glen Eden and Milton Heights Race Club competitive snow sports programs.
Glen Eden Ski & Snowboard Centre is a very busy recreational centre with seasonal visitations of approx. 360,000 patrons. In conjunction with the Milton Heights Race Club, we are seeking a professional and organized individual to take on a leadership role with our race programs.
This will be a 1 season Interim role allowing both the successful candidate and our organization to develop the role as we work towards a longer term placement.
Reporting to the Manager, Programs & Services you will:
- Function as a senior member of the Glen Eden Snow School managing all Coaching / Racing efforts for MHRC, as well as working with other snow school programs where necessary
- Develop an understanding of and contribute to the development of the programs that M.H.R.C and Snow School offer
- Responsible and accountable for developing and managing staffing budgets in relation to all racing programs
- Participate in on-hill supervision, training, mentoring and coaching
- Coordinate the recruiting, and training process of coaching staff in accordance with employee policy, labour, and human rights legislation
- Develop and implement appropriate risk management policies for racing programs in collaboration with appropriate staff
- Identify racing, training and safety equipment required and to ensure coaching staff are given the guidance and tools necessary to perform their jobs
- Ensure thorough tracking of athlete progress reports, coaching certification, development and technical updates with the assistance of the Administrative Supervisor within the Snow School
- Ensure high quality of coaching through regular training, feedback and performance reviews for all coaches, seeking input from Milton Heights Racing Club Executive and Race Committee members
- Assist Race Administrator with their duties (i.e. scheduling, payroll and reporting) pre, during and post season
- Work closely with the Snow School and liaise with other departmental staff and outside organizations to ensure communication, information sharing and excellence in customer service can occur between all stakeholders
- Create a positive work environment for coaches, apprentices and volunteers
- Perform duties and ensure assigned employees & volunteers (if applicable) work in accordance with Conservation Halton’s Safety policy and procedures and with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and its regulations
- Manage hill space effectively and coordinate scheduling of special events relative to hill space and Conservation Halton events. E.g. Race Under the Stars, Special Olympics etc
- Act as an ambassador of the club at AOA races and events; promote AOA and interclub training, social and racing activities
- Support home races by coordinating, setting up and acting as Chief of Race as well as other related race duties
- Perform other duties as required to contribute to the team effort and achieve the objectives of the department and Conservation Halton.
Need to Have
- Minimum CSCF Level II and CSIA Level II; along with a knowledge of racing club operational and risk management issues required
- At least five years of coaching experience within a club environment along with some supervisory experience
- Minimum Level II Official with AOA
- Working knowledge of Alpine Ontario and FIS organizations and requirements
- CSIA Snow Park Trained or Certified (or willing to acquire)
- Proficiency in Excel, Word, email, blogs, etc
- Competitive compensation based on experience, certification, and capabilities.
- Anticipated season of approximately 12 – 14 weeks ranging from late fall through early spring.
- Flexible schedule with hours ranging from FT to PT as required by events and efforts.
- You will join the organization at one of the most exciting times in our 60 year history
- You will have the opportunity to work with a solutions-focused team, and to develop your skills
Our Core Values
Be Respectful: Respect one another, celebrate diversity, and embrace new ideas.
Be Adaptable: Change is constant. Channel your passion, be innovative, and focus on results.
Be Collaborative: Share your knowledge, listen to understand, and always communicate clearly.
Be Sustainable: In everything you do, think conservation.
Be Accountable: Uphold your integrity, demonstrate measurable progress, and strive for excellence.
Please email your application to email@example.com by Friday August 10, 2018.
You application should include:
1. Your resume & cover letter in a pdf document
2. Reference the position title in the subject line
3. In the body of your email, please indicate where you heard about this opportunity
We thank all applicants for their interest however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Conservation Halton is an equal opportunity employer in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 and the Ontario Human Rights Code. Conservation Halton will provide accommodations throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities. Personal information provided is collected under the authority of The Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.