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Please contact elambert@curlbc.ca if you would like to advertise in the Curl BC classifieds. This service is free for Curl BC members and costs $30/month for non-members.

VOLUNTEER JOB OPPORTUNITIES

PROVINCIAL OFFICIATING COORDINATOR

The Provincial Officiating Coordinator will be selected based on his or her level of certification and interest in the program. The position is a one-year term, beginning June 15 each year, and is renewable upon the recommendation of the CEO. The Provincial Officiating Coordinator reports to Curl BC’s Program Coordinator. The minimum certification required is Level 3.

The Provincial Officiating Coordinator
• Responsible for determining which officials are assigned to all regional and provincial events and liaises with Program Coordinator
• Provides officials with up to date manuals and resources
• Encourages officials to upgrade their certification in accordance with Curl BC policy
• Advises all provincial officials of any changes to Curling Canada (CC) rules or rule interpretations
• Provides assistance to committees to ensure rules are up to date
• Advises the Educational Programs Manager on the officials and timers development programs in BC, developing a plan for all courses and ensuring material is current
• Receives, reviews, and maintains evaluation on Supervisors and Chief Umpires
• Works with the Educational Programs Manager to maintain a database of officials
• Reviews and submits CRFs and Practical Forms to CC, copying the Educational Programs Manager

This position is OPEN for the 2015-16 season.
Applications should be submitted to Will Sutton (wsutton@curlbc.ca) no later than May 27th


COACH DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR

To be considered for a Coach Development Coordinator assignment, the applicant must have a minimum Level 3 Coaching Certification/Competition Development Coach Certification (NCCP). This position is a one-year term, beginning June 15 each year.

The Coach Development Coordinator:
• Guides the delivery of all NCCP Community Coach and Competition Coach workshops.
• Liaises with Curl BC on annual plans for NCCP deliverables, Learning Facilitator (LF) recruitment, training and evaluation.
• Attends Curling Canada (CC) Technical meetings/conference calls as required
o Provides a written report to the Curl BC office, highlighting any changes to NCCP new program delivery elements.
o Reports discrepancies, issues and concerns from Curl BC and its LFs about NCCP modules/process/content to CC
• Oversees the training and development of LFs in the province, including identification of new LFs and evaluation of their performance.
• Delivers the pertinent technical material from CC Technical Meetings at the LF training workshop.
• Participates in the development of new NCCP material, both provincially and nationally.

This position is OPEN for the 2015-16 season.
Applications should be submitted to Elisabeth Walker-Young (ewalkeryoung@curlbc.ca) no later than May 27th


PROVINCIAL HEAD STATISTICIAN

The position is a one-year term, beginning June 15 each year.
The Provincial Head Statistician will:
• Manage the statisticians development programs in BC, developing a plan for delivery of all courses
• Assist Curl BC staff in developing policies regarding Course Conductor selection and training
• Receive, review and maintain evaluations on all statisticians
• Prepare an annual budget for all course activity for approval by the CEO
• Organize dates and locations for courses each year with the High Performance & Competitions Manager
• Work with the High Performance and Competitions Manager to maintain a database of statisticians and annually check a copy of the database to maintain accuracy
• Liaise with the Host Committees and the Curl BC office to determine which statisticians are to be assigned events
• Encourage statisticians to upgrade their levels of experience and to seek certification once requirements are developed and approved by CC
• Ensure that a current version of the statistics program is available for statisticians’ laptops
• Maintain an archive of all events at which the statistics program was in use.

This position is OPEN for the 2015-16 season.
Applications should be submitted to Shannon Aleksic (saleksic@curlbc.ca) no later than May 27th

PROVINCIAL DRAW CONSULTANT

The Provincial Draw Consultant will be selected based on his or her level of knowledge and interest in preparing draws. The position is a one-year term, beginning June 15 each year, and is renewable upon the recommendation of the CEO. The Draw Consultant reports to Curl BC’s Program Coordinator.

The Provincial Draw Consultant will
• Work closely with Curl BC’s Program Coordinator to create draws for regional and provincial events
• Liaise with the Host Committees and the Curl BC office
• Assist with ideas and solutions when it comes to managing draws

This position is OPEN for the 2015-16 season.
Applications should be submitted to Will Sutton (wsutton@curlbc.ca) no later than May 27th

Job Opportunity

PROVINCIAL ICE TECHNICIAN – TRAINING/EDUCATION

The position is a one-year term, beginning June 15 each year.
The Provincial Ice Technician should be certified at least a Level 3 Ice Technician.
He or she:
• Works with the Educational Programs Manager to plan the annual BC Jet Ice Technician training program and to select course locations, dates, and instructors
• Review recommendations for course content and delivery, and design new material as needed
• Instruct at ice-making courses and seminars
• Help assemble and oversee a team of Regional Ice Technician consultants who will assist with the delivery of the Jet Ice Technicians program across the province
• Provide consultations by telephone or email or on-site assistance as required to clubs affiliated with Curl BC
• Update Curl BC on ice-making issues and concerns, and make recommendations to improve the program
• Establish and update guidelines for ice-making at events
• Work in conjunction with the RFABC and BCRPA or other organizations to improve the training of ice-makers in BC, and with Curling Canada to get information on current techniques

AND/OR

PROVINCIAL ICE TECHNICIAN – CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS

• Oversee the installation and maintenance of the ice for televised BC Championships as required
• Works closely with the High Performance and Competitions Manager and host sites to ensure all aspects related to the details pertaining to the installation and maintenance of the ice are addressed and fully taken care of
• Assembles a team of BC’s most highly qualified ice makers to fulfill this function.


This position is OPEN for the 2015-16 season.
Applications should be submitted to Shannon Aleksic (saleksic@curlbc.ca) no later than May 27th

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Job Opportunity

The  Victoria Curling Centre is seeking an experienced General Manager for the curling facility located in the City of Victoria BC. Reporting to a representative of the Board of Directors you will lead a team of term certain staff and contractors that is responsible to ensure the delivery of, and in some cases the organization of, VCC programs, curling leagues, facility management, facility rentals and ice management and act as an intermediary between the Board and various facility user groups. This position does have the possibility of some evening and weekend work.

The VCC Board requires a General Manager that can show they are capable of taking on the day-to-day planning, operations and coordination to delivery of curling and member services at the facility primarily between the months of August and April. (www.victoriacurlingclub.com).

While the position will require the candidate to primarily run the curling facility the Board would consider, as a bonus, a candidate that can also demonstrate experience in stakeholder consultation, local government recreational coordination, primary sponsor acquisition and capital grant application from local, regional, provincial and/or federal governments.

For further information, download the job description.

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Job Opportunity

The Kamloops Curling Club invites tenders for the position of Contracted Ice Maker.

For full details of the position and application process, download the job advert.

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Job Opportunity

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 smartice@shaw.ca.

For more information about our company, and team, feel free to visit our website www.smartice.ca.

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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 manager@mhcurling.com.

 

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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 manager@mhcurling.com.

 

 

 

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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 jmalthus@rupertport.com.

 

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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.

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Job Opportunities at Vancouver Curling Club

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Junior Ice Tech Staff Member

Vancouver Curling Club is currently seeking a new addition to our ice and operational team. Responsibilities include: preparation of curling ice for member leagues and rental ice, janitorial duties throughout the club, and assisting with pro shop sales on an ‘as needed’ basis. The position would be part time to start, 24-30 hours/week, but may become a full-time position after our Christmas break and through until April 30th. Interested candidates should please submit a resume to nscott@vancurl.com . The posting will remain open until the position is filled.

Administration Coordinator

The VCC is also currently seeking a full-time Administration Coordinator to start immediately for an annual term: September to mid-May.

As the Administration Coordinator (AC) your role is central inoverseeing the financial operations of the Vancouver Curling Club.  Your Bookkeeping responsibilities will include processing accounts payable/receivable, bank reconciliations, preparing sales tax returns, processing payroll, and generating month end financial statements. In addition, the AC supports the Senior Administration team with effective development processes, communication practices, organized filing systems (both hard copy and digital) and responding to VCC member’s inquiries.  As the Administrative Coordinator you will be available to work occasional weekends and evenings.

As the ideal candidate you will possess a University degree or college diploma, preferably with emphasis on financial management. Professional experience with retail and membership based organizations is an asset, but not required.  You will have a minimum of five years of bookkeeping and financial reporting experience, general understanding of GST and PST, knowledge of QuickBooks and payroll systems.  In addition, you have a proven level of professionalism, attention to detail, multi-tasking and problem solving capabilities, excellent communication skills, and the ability to adjust to the changing needs of the organization.

This is a 3-4 day per week position, with compensation to be determined based on experience.

Applicants are encouraged to submit a cover letter and résumé expressing interest in the position, to hr@vancurl.com.

We thank all candidates for their interest but only selected candidates will be contacted for an interview. No phone calls please. The competition will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.

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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 pbartel@curlbc.ca with a resume detailing your coaching experience and a cover letter indicating where in B.C. you are willing to travel.

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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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