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Wanted: Contract Ice Maker – Kamloops Curling Club

The Kamloops Curling Club invites tenders for the position of Contracted Ice Maker. This is your opportunity to live in the interior of British Columbia in Kamloops, “Canada’s Tournament Capital”. The Kamloops Curling Club, established in 1949, is an eight-sheet facility with roughly 700 members playing in many different leagues.

The Club has hosted many high profile events. Last year we hosted our annual WCT Crown of Curling cashspiel and the 2016 Tim Hortons BC Junior Curling Championships. We previously hosted the Blind Curling Association Western Canadian Championships and numerous zone qualifying events. Events this coming year will include our popular cashspiel.

Service dates are September 1st to March 31st. The complete package including the tasks and deliverables is available by contacting Rob Nordin at 250-372-5432 or email

Please respond no later than May 20th, 2016, to the Kamloops Curling Club, 700 Victoria St, Kamloops BC, V2C 2B6, attention Rob Nordin or email

The lowest or any bid may not be chosen in this process.


Wanted: Head Ice Technician – Salmon Arm Curling Centre

The Salmon Arm Curling Centre, in beautiful British Columbia, is now accepting applications for position of Head Ice Technician Working from late August 2016 – April 2017, the successful candidate will work under the direction of the General Manager and the Board of Directors. The preferred applicant should have Level 1 certification, Level 2 preferred, with ice installation experience.

Job scope to include ice installation, care and maintenance throughout the season and year-end removal, along with some facility care duties. The season normally runs from first week of September to end of the following March. A competitive wage scale based on experience is being offered.

The Salmon Arm Curling Centre facility is a 6 sheet concrete base rink hosting day and evening draws 5 days per week plus several weekend bonspiels. We have a very active membership and volunteer base and have developed a reputation of great ice and great atmosphere. We installed a new state of the art ice plant, energy efficient and friendly to the environment.

Located half way between Calgary and Vancouver, Salmon Arm is located on the beautiful Shuswap Lake in the North Okanagan of BC, the houseboat capital of North America. With a population over 17,000 it is an active, growing community offering many opportunities for outdoor activities all year round. Nearby are several world class golf courses, cross country and downhill skiing, wineries and of course, Shuswap Lake, for great boating and fishing. Excellent medical, commercial and educational facilities are all part of the community. Come live, work and play in the sunny Shuswap!

Send resumes or questions directly to the President of the Salmon Arm Curling Centre, Darin Gerow : Closing date June 1, 2016.

Check out our website at


Wanted: Ice Technician – Comox Valley Curling Club

The Comox Valley Curling Club is looking for an experienced Head Ice Technician. Employment to commence at the start of the 2016/2017 season (Sept-April). We are a busy 6 sheet facility with a good junior progam and many rentals. The successful applicant will work under the direction of the General Manager and the Board of Directors.

Our club has just had a major renovation including new ice plant and related equipment as well as the club last year purchased a completely new set of rocks. Salary will be based on experience. Come and live and work in the beautiful Comox Valley.

The full job description can be viewed by clicking here.

Please send resume to : Before April 22, 2016.


Wanted: Ice Technician – Victoria Curling Centre

The Victoria Curling Centre is currently seeking an ice technician for the 2016/2017 season. Working from August 2016 – April 2017, the successful candidate will work under the direction of the General Manager and the Board of Directors. The Ice Technician will oversee and maintain the curling facility in the areas of ice maintenance, building cleaning and maintenance, and the operation and repair of mechanical equipment to ensure the safe operation of the Victoria Curling Centre.

Click here for the full job description.

Posting will close April 18, 2016.


Wanted: Bookkeeper (Seasonal part-time) – Marpole Curling Club

The Marpole Curling Club is looking for a skilled bookkeeper to record all financial transactions, including purchases, sales, receipts and payments, preparing payroll and preparing cheques. In addition, assist in preparation for regular financial document preparation and end of year activities including communication with the Accountant, as needed for the annual review. Recording of membership and league curler information and data preparation for reporting. This is a seasonal part-time position with flexible hours.

Download the full job description here.


Wanted: Manager/Head Ice Technician – Peace Arch Curling Club

The Peace Arch Curling Club (PACC) located in White Rock, British Columbia, requires a Manager and Head Ice Technician for the 2016–17 curling season, commencing August 29, 2016. There may also be potential for part time work over the summer. The PACC is a four-sheet curling club hosting approximately 500 curlers, and has 20 draws per week, an active junior program and runs 7 bonspiels in a typical year. The Manager/Head Ice Technician will report to the board at its monthly board meetings and take direction from the board as needed. The primary responsibilities of this position are to manage the day to day operations of the PACC, including:
• ensuring that the club operates within its approved budget,
• operating and stocking the pro shop and bar,
• membership services including support of the leagues and bonspiels,
• promotion of curling in the community and
• management of facility rentals,
• and to install and maintain a high quality ice surface.

Click here for contact information and to download the full job description. Interviews will be held in May 2016.


Wanted: Head Ice Technician – Sherwood Park Curling Club

The Sherwood Park Curling Club (SPCC) is now accepting applications for the Head Ice Technician for the 2016-17 season.
Our 8-sheet facility, situated in the Glen Allen Recreation Complex of Sherwood Park, Alberta, offers a unique opportunity for the right candidate to join an innovative team dedicated to operating a modernized curling facility.
The multi–sport complex is currently undergoing a $15 million “revitalization” renovation project to be completed in September.
We will be celebrating our grand reopening this October with new concrete flooring along with a modernized locker room, Pro shop, lounge and viewing gallery.

Reporting to the Business Manager, the successful applicant is responsible to ensure that the ice-­making component is operated efficiently, safely, and effectively from
September 15, 2016 to April 15, 2017. The Ice Technician is responsible for the day­‐to­‐day ice operations ensuring high quality playing conditions. S/He will establish and maintain a positive working relationship with the Business Manager, Board of Executives, staff, club members, visitors and the community at large.

Deadline for Applications: April 30, 2016

Click here for the full job description.


Vancouver Curling Club seeks instructors

The Vancouver Curling Club is looking to hire additional instructors to teach curling to rental groups in March and April and potentially for next season as well. Instructors need to be certified at least at the club coach level. Pay is $20.00 per hour. Contact Richard Brower at or 604-874-0122.


Wanted: Head Ice Technician – Penticton

The Penticton Curling Club is looking for a Head Ice Technician. Employment is to commence for the beginning of the 2016-17 curling season.

Experience as a Head Ice Technician, or several years apprenticing a Head Ice Technician is required. Our club has six sheets of ice with 30-32 draws per week. Club opens early October and closes late March. Summer employment is available for some facility work. Salary based on experience. The Head Ice Technician reports directly to the Club Manager and is responsible for the operations and activities of the ice operations at the Club.

Click here for the full job description.


Ice Technician Required – Vancouver Island

After four years of service, our ice technician is retiring. Therefore we have a position available starting September 2016, at the Campbell River Curling Club in Campbell River, British Columbia. The preferred applicant will have several years of experience and level 2 certification. Job scope to include ice installation, care and maintenance throughout the season and year-end removal along with some facilities care duties. The season normally runs from first week of September to end of the following March.

A competitive wage scale is based on experience.

The curling facility is a four-sheet sand base rink hosting 21 draws per week plus weekend rentals and bonspiels with a dynamic, active membership and staff.

Campbell River, located halfway up Vancouver Island’s east coast is an active growing community of 32,000 people offering many opportunities, including outdoor activities. Nearby Strathcona Park is known for hiking and fishing, Mount Washington for skiing and the nearby ocean for great boating and fishing. Excellent Medical, Commercial and Educational facilities are part of the community.

Send resumes to Campbell River Curling Club at before April 30, 2016.


For sale – Scraper

Rink-Master Ultra II for sale with two blades (one just sharpened) and weights.Scraper

The unit is in fair condition, but will need some minor work done for operation.

For larger photos, click on the links below:

$2,200.00 OBO

Located in Port Alberni BC.

Contact Gord @ 250-816-2015


Job Opportunity – Ice Technician

Smart Ice is currently seeking a full-time ice technician for the 2015/2016 season.

Working from September 2015 – April 2016, the successful candidate will work under the direction of Smart Ice.

More information will be provided to candidates that meet the following criteria:

  • minimum level 1 CCA ice technician certification with preference given to those with higher certification
  • must have previous experience as a head ice technician
  • 5th class power engineering asset

Smart Ice is a team of nationally certified ice technicians working in facilities throughout BC.  As a member of the team you will be provided all the necessary tools and supplies needed to provide championship calibre ice.

Please reply with resume and expectations to

For more information about our company, and team, feel free to visit our website


Junior curling rocks

The Medicine Hat Curling Club in Alberta is selling two sheets of junior curling rocks.Junior rocks 2

They are junior granite stones with handles which weigh 20lbs each.

The price is $2500 per sheet (16 stones) and includes handles.

If you would like further information, call Vicki, the Club Manager, on (403) 526-3821 or email



Curling rocks

The Medicine Hat Curling Club in Alberta is selling four sheets of rocks.Medicine hat rocks one Medicine hat rocks two

They are brown Trefor granite with blue hone inserts which were done by Canada Curling Stone in 2000.

The price is $6000 per sheet (16 rocks) and includes handles.

If you would like further information, call Vicki, the Club Manager, on (403) 526-3821 or email




Junior Curling Rocks

The Prince Rupert Curling Club is looking to sell its junior curling rocks. The rocks will be given to the organization that gives them the best offer.

2Quantity: 48 Blue, 47 Red

Specifications: 20 pounds

Cost: Best offer

Offers should be sent to



Job Opportunity

Curl BC is looking for instructors to teach the Rocks & Rings program in schools in the Lower Mainland and on Vancouver Island. The contract position involves delivering basic curling instruction to elementary aged children,  in the schools and encouraging participation in curling at the  local level by liaising with local curling club representatives.

Download the full job description here.


Job Opportunity

Curl BC would like to recruit Club Development Coaches in BC.

To read more about the program, visit our Curl BC Club Development Coach page.

If you think you would like to be a Curl BC Club Development Coach, please review the Club Development Coach Job Description, then send an email to with a resume detailing your coaching experience and a cover letter indicating where in B.C. you are willing to travel.


Note: This is an information service only. Although Curl BC welcomes postings, it is up to the individuals to contact each other directly. Curl BC has not verified any information posted here.

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