Athletics Ontario is hiring a High Performance Manager. For full details, please click the job description below.
Application Deadline: June 28, 2017
Make a difference with Athletics Ontario! Athletics Ontario AO is an athlete-centered club and community-based volunteer-driven organization committed to athlete development.
Our key goals are to promote and encourage participation from the grass roots level through to the very highest level of proficiency; to assist coaches, officials and club executives in fulfilling their goals; and to establish an authority, which can voice the concerns and desires of members to the appropriate bodies.
Athletics Ontario has 5 student positions available. Please see the attached job postings for more information including tasks and responsibilities, requirements, qualifications and eligibility criteria and how to apply.
Athletics Ontario gratefully acknowledges the Government of Canada for the funding provided to support the following job opportunities:
Athletics Ontario gratefully acknowledges Ontario’s Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport for the funding provided to support the following job opportunity:
Please note: The application deadlines for all positions above is May 21, 2017.
Job Postings for Volunteer/Paid Positions – Deadline: 12 noon on May 20, 2017
These opportunities are being posted across a number of sources and through multiple channels. We encourage you to pass it on to anyone you think might be interested and qualified.
Toronto Athletics Event Management Inc. (TAEM) has been contracted by World Masters Athletics (WMA) to organize and host the 2020 World Masters Athletics Championships in Toronto. TAEM is a not-for-profit, registered corporation whose purpose is to promote and organize athletics events, sports, games and recreational events, and foster goodwill and sportsmanship. TAEM operates under the direction of the Board of Directors and with the guidance of a Local Organizing Committee.
Founded in 1975, the WMA oversees world championships for masters-aged athletes (35 years of age and over), and works in cooperation with the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF).
The WMA Outdoor Championships are hosted every two years. Toronto expects about 9,000 athletes and guests from over 70 countries to attend the Championships in 2020. The event will be hosted over a period of thirteen days and will take place at six venues.