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Please contact rconnopprice@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.

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WANTED: Assistant Ice Technician – Nanaimo Curling Centre

Assistant Ice Technician needed to assist in the ice making and ice maintenance operations of this full-service 8-sheet curling facility and to assist in carrying out the preventative maintenance program for the physical plant and building.

Duties:

  • Assist the install of ice for early October opening;
  • Assist Install ice markings/decals
  • Assist to maintaining the ice daily (scraping, pebbling, cleaning, nipping etc.);
  • Assist to maintain member amenities on ice surface (drinking water, tissues, cleaning brushes);
  • Ensure catwalks are clean and tidy and ice equipment is stored and hung in proper place;
  • Assist in preparing the ice for any special curling events such as bonspiels, competitive events;
  • Assist in maintaining a daily log of hours worked and work accomplished.
  • Meet on a regular basis with the head ice tech and safety supervisor.
  • Attend to minor building maintenance repairs and preventative maintenance procedures as direct by head ice tech and safety supervisor.
  • Assist in off-ice duties as directed by head ice tech or General Manager
  • Assist in shut down the ice plant and clean rink area after season concludes.

Qualifications:

  • Ticket 5th Class Power Engineering with Refrigeration Endorsement a definite asset or willingness to take the course.
  • Possess a Level 1 Ice Technicians Certification (or be willing to take the Ice Technician course within 6 months of tender acceptance)
  • Experience in Work Safety Procedures a definite asset
  • Reports to: Head Ice Tech and Safety Supervisor

A great opportunity for a young person wanting further education and learning the ice making trade under the guidance of a Level 3 Ice Tech.
The candidate must be able to work a variety of daytime, evening and weekend shifts.

Deadline for Applications July 28, 2017. Only those short listed for an interview will be contacted.

Please send resume to nanaimocurlingclub@shaw.ca or mail to:
Nanaimo Curling Club
PO Box 272
Nanaimo, BC
V9R 5L3

Contact: General Manager
Denise Wood
Phone 250-753-3474

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WANTED: Manager – Royal City Curling Club

The Royal City Curling Club (RCCC), located in New Westminster, BC, is a non-profit society that owns and operates a six-sheet curling facility operation providing services to 300 active members, over 1100 curlers and 500 community users every year. RCCC has a rich 50 year history in the community and is one of the busiest curling clubs in the lower mainland with 28 leagues – or 34 draws- playing on a weekly basis September through April. Known for its excellent ice conditions, competitive and recreational curling and a strong community presence, RCCC also thrives as a social club with events staged year round.

RCCC is currently looking for a passionate, energetic, and dedicated Curling Club Manager to oversee the day-to-day operations of the Club and deepen the Club’s engagement with its members and volunteers and the local community. This position is a salaried position requiring self-­managed full time hours September 1 – June 30 with part-­time duties during July and August. The facility is open 7 days a week in peak season with varying hours. Evening and weekend work will be required as needed.

The ideal candidate will possess a direct and candid communication style and strong interpersonal skills ­ ability to liaise with leagues, members, and the public- while working effectively with a wide range of people and personalities. You will be an inspirational leader with the ability to harness the energy of the members and volunteers who come not only to curl but also come to partake in the community of the Club.

Please click here for the full job description, including specific duties.

If you are interested in this exciting position, please review our website at www.royalcitycc.com to find out more about our club. If you feel that this is the right opportunity for you, please submit a cover letter and resume, outlining why you feel you are an excellent fit for this role, in confidence.

Applications should be sent to jobs@royalcitycc.com, we anticipate filling this position by the end of June, with a start date effective July 3, 2017.

We thank you for your interest in this position, however only candidates who are considered for an interview will be contacted. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

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WANTED: Manager – Winfield Curling Club

The Winfield Curling Club is accepting applications for the 2017/18 position of Curling Club Manager. The facility operates from September through April, 7 days a week and this position requires varied hours.

A detailed job description that outlines the responsibilities as Club Manager is available upon request.

Reporting to the Winfield Curling Club Board of Directors, the manager is responsible for the day to day operation of the curling club. The manager works under the direction of the President and is an ambassador of the club and an active promoter of the game of curling. The manager provides leadership within the club and in the community and is visible, available and approachable to all people.

The applicant must be highly organized and have excellent communication and management abilities.

Please submit a resume by June 30, 2017, that clearly outlines your qualifications and salary expectations.

Winfield Curling Club
9830 Bottom Woodlake Rd
Lake Country, BC
V4V 1S7
email: ubr@ubrservices.ca
fax: 250-766-1098

The Winfield Curling Club is located in the District of Lake Country in the Okanagan Valley between Kelowna and Vernon. The facility has four sheets of curling ice and a lounge facility. The curling club is part of the Winfield Recreation Facility that includes a hockey arena and food concession.

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WANTED: Head Ice Technician – Alberni Valley Curling Club

The Port Alberni Curling Club is accepting applications for the position of Head Ice Technician for the 2017-2018 season for our six (6) sheet facility. Port Alberni is located at the head of the scenic Alberni Inlet on Vancouver Island. The area abounds with recreational opportunities and has a very enjoyable and relaxed pace of living. Come and enjoy this beautiful community that is still an affordable place to live.

The Port Alberni curling season runs from late September until March 31 each year. The Ice Technician position runs from approximately September 1 until April 15 each year. We run daily leagues from Monday to Friday, a Junior Program, Special O Program, several bonspiels and other special events as well as renting out parts of the Club for private events.

The successful applicant will be responsible to ensure that the ice making component is operated efficiently, safely, and effectively. A job description with more detailed requirements is included with this posting. The salary for this position will be negotiated and will be subject to qualifications and experience.

Qualifications

Applicants must have a Level 1 Curling Ice Technician Certificate with equivalent work experience, but preference will be given to candidates who possess a Level 2 Curling Ice Technician Certificate.

To see a list of the duties required to carry out the role, visit AVCC Ice Technician Duties

Please submit an introductory letter with resume to the attention of:

Bruce Kendall
Alberni Valley Curling Club
3250 9th Avenue
Port Alberni, B.C.
V9Y 4T2
or by email to albernicurling@shaw.ca

If you have questions Bruce can be reached at 250-731-7094.

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WANTED: Ice Technician – Terrace Curling Club

The Terrace Curling Club is looking to obtain the services of an Ice Technician for the upcoming curling season.

The Terrace Curling Club:
Our six-sheet club is a busy, full-service, professionally managed curling facility with a five day per week schedule. In addition to weekly leagues, the club also entertains rental weekend programs as well as school programs. Member amenities include a full service kitchen, bar and a pro shop.

Ice Technician Job Function:
To perform the ice making and ice maintenance operations of this full-service curling facility and to carry out the preventative maintenance program for the physical plant and building.

Duties:
1. Install ice for early October opening;
2 Install ice markings as per the instructions of the Board of Directors;
3. Maintain the ice daily (scraping, pebbling, cleaning etc.);
4. Maintain member amenities on ice surface (drinking water, tissues, cleaning brushes);
5. Ensure catwalks are clean and tidy and ice equipment is stored and hung in proper place;
6. Prepare the ice for any special curling events such as bonspiels or special events;
7. Maintain a daily log of hours worked and work accomplished;
8. Meet on a regular basis with the General Manager;
9. In conjunction with the General Manager, devise communications strategies to communicate with the membership about ice conditions;
10. Perform minor building maintenance repairs and preventative maintenance procedures as required, and report larger items that need to be addressed by the executive; and,
11. Shut down the ice plant and clean rink area after season concludes.

Qualifications:
1. Possess a Level 1 Ice Technicians Certification (or be willing to take the Ice Technician course within 6 months of tender acceptance).

Reports to: Board of Directors and General Manager

Deadline for Applications:
Written tenders/proposals/contracts must be received by June 30, 2017.

Applications should be sent by email to:
Info@terracecurling.ca
Subject: Ice Technician Posting

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WANTED: Various positions – Thistle Curling Club, Edmonton

The Thistle Curling Club, a well established, 8 Sheet Club in the heart of Edmonton with a strong membership, tremendous volunteer base and an excellent reputation for hosting Provincial and National level events, is accepting applications for the following positions for the 2017-2018 season.

General Manager:
A strong communicator with relevant Curling Club experience is preferred. A Sports Management degree would be an asset but not a requirement along with knowledge of grant writing for Not For Profit organisations.

Head Ice Technician:
Familiarity with sand based facilities is an asset. Minimum Level I Ice Technician certificate required, Level II preferable and relevant experience will be taken into consideration.

Lounge Manager:
A fun, outgoing person, who is well organized and a good communicator is required. Previous experience in the Hospitality industry is preferred.

Please send all inquiries and resumes, in confidence, to thistleboard@shaw.ca.

Only those candidates chosen for interviews will be contacted.

Download the job description here.

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For Sale: 60 HP 230/460 V motor

Two year old 60 HP 230/460 V motor for sale.

Asking: $4,000.00

Contact: Kate at Gibsons Curling Club via gibsonscurlingclub@gmail.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 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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