JOB POSTING: U of T Coaching Opportunity

University of Toronto – Track and Field Programs

We’re seeking bright and energetic coaches who wish to be a part of the University of Toronto Track and Field family. Our club has 500 athletes, across every event group and ranges in age from 13 to 85.

Requirements

  • We are seeking coaches with a range of previous experience, please include all details in your coaching resume
  • NCCP trained coaches are preferred but not required initially if you can demonstrate commensurate experience and a willingness to enter coach training going forward
  • Will need an up to date Standard First Aid and CPR and a Valid Police Background check once hired

Compensation

This is a volunteer position, with coach education supported and an invaluable opportunity to learn and grow in a positive, supportive environment.

Application Process

Please email your coaching resume with a cover letter to, University of Toronto Bob Westman: Bob.westman@utoronto.ca

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JOB POSTING – Alternate Commissioner for Athletics Canada

Position: Alternate Commissioner

Term: January 2018 to December 2019, renewable

The Commissioner’s Office of Athletics Canada has been in place since 2015, acting as an independent decision-maker in four areas affecting athletes – carding, selection, eligibility and discipline. In addition, the Commissioner’s Office hears complaints pursuant to the Athletics Canada Code of Conduct and Ethics. Justice Hugh Fraser is the Acting Commissioner.

Athletics Canada seeks an Alternate Commissioner to serve a two-year renewable term from January 2018 through December 2019.

The Alternate Commissioner will participate fully in the discussion and deliberations regarding the Commissioner’s Office. The Alternate may be asked to support or replace the Acting Commissioner when there is a complex case, a conflict of interest exists, her/his primary language is better suited to the case, multiple cases are under review at the same time, or if the Acting Commissioner is unavailable.

For the full job description, click here: English / French.

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JOB POSTING – Run, Jump, Throw Instructor – Seneca Community Recreation

Instructor Position – Track and Field


Reporting to the Seneca Community Recreation Coordinator, the instructor will be responsible for instructing and engaging children in a recreational sports setting.

More specifically:
• Delivering a detailed sport program that will teach specialized skills in the following program areas:
– Track and Field Program – ages 6-12 years, 11 weeks total (September – December 2017)
• Developing detailed daily program plans to ensure that children learn new skills and develop self-confidence in an educational, fun and supportive environment
• Active involvement in the operation and delivery of daily program
• Supervising children under the guidance of the Program Coordinator
• Participation in staff training.
• Customer service, responding to parent questions and concerns-ensuring participant/customer satisfaction

REQUIREMENTS:
• Experience working with children 6 – 12 years of age as well has a strong knowledge in the program area.
• Must have (or be willing to obtain) NCCP Foundations Introduction Course (Run, Jump, Throw, Athletics Ontario)
• Must have experience in their chosen field/area (eg. Track and Field participant)
• Standard First Aid and CPR
• High Five – Principles of Healthy Child Development (not mandatory, but preferred)
• Valid Police Check – Vulnerable Sector Search

Compensation: $12.25 per hour – 2.5 hrs per week (September – December 2017)

Please forward a cover letter and resume to:

Seneca Community Recreation
Kim Beno – Sports Program Coordinator
1750 Finch Ave East
Toronto, Ontario
M2J 2X5

Fax: 416-491-5446
Phone: 416-491-5050 ext 22305
E-mail: kimberlie.beno@senecacollege.ca

Deadline for application is Friday September 1st, 2017
Program start date is Thursday September 14th, 2017

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JOB POSTING – ATHLETICS PROGRAM COORDINATOR

JOB POSTING

Position: Athletics Program Coordinator.
Organization: Hamilton Accessible Sports Council.
Location: Hamilton.
Term: Part-Time (12 month temporary contract) flexible schedule. Commencing: September 1, 2017.
Application Deadline: August 15, 2017.
Salary: $7,500 plus expenses.

Program Overview

The Hamilton Accessible Sports Council is dedicated to the development and promotion of accessible sport opportunities for residents within the City of Hamilton and recently received an Ontario Trillium Foundation Grant to test a newly proposed integrated community program model for Athletics.

Responsibilities

Oversee the development and implementation of an integrated community program model for Athletics including PARA Athletics program. A end public events and planning meetings with various community stakeholder groups including resource management of volunteer personnel, recruitment, training, equipment, facilities and report writing.

Experience and Qualifications

Post-secondary studies in sport science or kinesiology, program development experience, NCCP Coaching Certification and interest in working with PARA Athletics would be an asset. Ability to work independently and communicate effectively orally and through written reports.

Additional Information

For additional information or to request a detailed Job Description please contact Kevin Gonci at kgonci4@gmail.com or call (905) 317-9381.

Application Process

Submit cover letter, resume and three personal references by email to mcarthurd@hhsc.ca. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.

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Employment Opportunities

Now Hiring

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.


Volunteer Role

  • Posted: ongoing
  • Applications due by: ongoing
  • Opportunity: Volunteers are the backbone of our sport, and there are many diverse opportunities, which are useful for skill development, networking and offer a fun environment to meet new people who share active values. Volunteering with Ontario can be fun, rewarding, and challenging. To find out more about these opportunities, including role descriptions, requirements, and event dates and locations, visit the ‘Volunteer page’ on our website HERE

AO MEMBER/ COACHING OPPORTUNITIES

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Athletics Ontario summer student employment opportunities

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.

Note: Revised as of May 10, 2017
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2020 World Masters Athletics Championships in Toronto

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.

Background:

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.

Positions:

 

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