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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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Career Opportunity: Manager, Peace Arch Curling Club

The PACC is a growing, busy 50-year-old curling club located in White Rock, BC. The PACC is primarily a volunteer-run organization that includes a full complement of evening and daytime curling leagues, bonspiels, clinics, and numerous other curling and non-curling activities for its members. The Club also generates revenue through sponsorship, advertising, and by hosting private ice and dry rentals to its members and to private groups during the curling and summer season.

About the Opportunity:

Under the direction of the board of the Peace Arch Curling Club (PACC) the manager will run the day-to-day operations of the club. The position will commence in April 2018 and will be full time from September through April and part time the remainder of the year.

Here’s what you will need to do:

• Coordinate PACC our curling leagues, bonspiels, play-offs and various club events.
• Manage clinics, pro-shop, bar, private rentals, school program, and junior programs.
• Manage our annual financial budget to ensure we achieve budgeted income each year.
• Oversee bookkeeping/payroll and work with treasurer to ensure financial statements are generated on monthly basis
• Oversee advertising and sponsorship to ensure we maximize top line revenues each year.
• Act as ambassador to our Club; recruit members and promote the game of curling within our community.
• Manage ice – including our Ice-technician.
• Oversee building maintenance — liaise with various parties including City of White Rock, ice maintenance staff to ensure building is maintained.
• Other related duties

About you:

• Highly organized with ability to manage multiple tasks and priorities in parallel
• Experience in customer-facing capacity (customer support or sales), with great communication skills
• Demonstrate good interpersonal skills in dealing with club members, curlers, volunteers and the general public.
• You have good understanding of Curling – rules/the curling community, field of play
• You are approachable, positive, and are able to work with wide variety of people.
• Business background – proven manager, with ability to see the big picture, but willing to wear multiple hats to manage the diverse range of duties involved in this position.
• You have good computer skills

Closing Date: March 5, 2018

To Apply:
Email: Bryanjensen@telus.net
Mail: Bryan Jensen
c/o Peace Arch Curling Club
2-1475 Anderson Street
White Rock, BC
VB4 0A8

For a printable pdf of the full job description please click here.

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Career Opportunity: Ice Technician, Osoyoos Curling Club

Overview:
Job responsibilities include ice installation (in August), care and maintenance of the playing surfaces throughout the season (October through March), and year-end removal (late March/early April).

Ideally applicants should have curling ice making and maintenance experience. A Level 1 Curling Ice Technician Certificate would be an asset and Level 2 would be a bonus. However, consideration will also be given to those who have curling experience. Training will be available.

The Club is a four-sheet curling facility hosting day and evening draws 4 – 5 days per week and several bonspiels throughout the season (plus the mid summer bonspiel in August) and occasional provincial events.

This is a contract position with WCB coverage requiring approx. 500 hours per year.

Remuneration will be commensurate with experience.

Send resumes or questions directly to the Club president Ron Doucette email ciddeuce@telus.net or phone 250-495-6802 by February 21, 2018.

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Career Opportunity: Manager – Nanaimo Curling Centre

The Nanaimo Curling Centre is seeking a well-rounded individual with excellent management and communication skills. This person must be a team builder who is comfortable with being a visible leader. For the full job description please click here.

Overview

Roles and Responsibilities

Housekeeping:
• Enforce adherence to provincial, municipal legislation, regulations and bylaws
• Ensure building security with security company contracts, staff training and overall supervision
• Maintain communications with the City of Nanaimo, outside contractors and the Director of Facilities to arrange building maintenance
• Maintain communications with MNP, our club’s annual file reviewer and provider of relevant accounting information
• Prepare and present at the AGM an annual report on the operations
• Maintain an accurate calendar of event bookings and required staffing
• Ensure affiliations are current and in good standing
• Be available 24/7 to handle club emergencies e.g. Intrusion alarms, ammonia & water issues
• Must have valid BC, Serve It Right certificate

Employee Supervision:
• Interview, hire, schedule shifts and supervise staff for ice making, Pro Shop, bar and cleaning staff
• Ensure that all employees are up-to-date on required qualifications pertaining to their specific jobs
• Ensure that all bar and serving employees are aware of and follow the liquor house policies
• Ensure that there are proper employee job descriptions and perform annual, at least, employee evaluations
• Discipline/terminate staff as required

Bookkeeping:
• Manage the Sage 50 Pro accounting, payroll & financial reporting system and their operating risks
• Ensure the safekeeping of records and cash
• Prepare Manager and Vendor reports for monthly Board meeting
• Assist in the development the annual operating and capital budgets in conjunction with the responsible Board members, Treasurer, Vice President and Director of Facilities
• Maintain current books for accounting purposes and accurate recording of incoming cash flows and accounts payable and payroll payments
• Review the accounting data in late April and early May and make the required adjustments before presentation of the file to MNP for review
• Ensure that monthly bar and pro shop inventories are performed
• Meet with the Treasurer, at least on a monthly basis, to review past and current finance issues

Sponsorship and Marketing:
• Seek out and apply for relevant, available grants
• Work with members of the Board of Directors to develop marketing strategies
• Maintain communication/contracts with current sponsors
• Source new sponsorship income through networking in the community
• Attend marketing workshops/seminars as offered by entities such as City of Nanaimo, Tourism Nanaimo, Curl BC to further marketing strategies for NCC
• Develop programs to grow membership NCC (I.E. Novice programs, wheelchair curling etc.)

Qualifications and Education Requirements:

Preference will be given to candidates with the following:
2/3 Years (Minimum) Experience in Curling Facility Management
Experience with ammonia refrigeration plants (Power Plant Engineer Level # 4 considered an asset)
Experience with ice maintenance
Experience with grant applications
Coaching certification- Club Coach or better

Please email resumes to nanaimocurlingclub@shaw.ca or send to Nanaimo Curling Centre, P.O. Box 272, Nanaimo, BC, V9R 5L3, by March 1, 2018.

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Career Opportunity: Bookkeeper – Vancouver Curling Club

The Vancouver Curling Club (VCC), located in the Hillcrest Centre recreational complex, offers a unique opportunity for the right candidate to join an innovative team dedicated to operating a world-class curling facility.

VCC is a nonprofit association committed to the development of its more than 1,400 members and thousands of annual visitors/guests through the provision of high quality on-ice and off-ice experiences and learning opportunities. The combined efforts and dedication of staff, volunteers and volunteer Board members result in a warm and welcoming atmosphere in a state-of-the-art facility, a legacy of the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

VCC is currently seeking a part-time bookkeeper to start immediately for an annual term: September to mid-May, with reduced hours June through August.

As the Bookkeeper your role is central in overseeing 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 bookkeeper supports the Senior Administration team with effective financial processes, communication practices, organized filing systems (both hard copy and digital) and reporting.

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 online payroll systems. In addition, you have a proven level of professionalism, accuracy, 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 position is currently 15-20 hours per week September to mid-May, with reduced hours June through mid-August. Compensation is $17 to $20 per hour 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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Curling Coaches Wanted: Hollyburn Country Club

Hollyburn Country Club is a private family Club that provides its members with an exclusive hub for activity, sport, dining, entertainment, socialization and business. Located in the beautiful British Properties in West Vancouver, the club is a short 5 minute drive from Park Royal or a bus right to the front door.

Our Athletics department is currently looking for contract curling coaches to join the team.

ROLE RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide a fun, respectful, and inclusive atmosphere for groups or individuals using the curling facility
  • Work with groups of up to 16 people of varying age and skill level to introduce curling basics: safety, delivery, sweeping, rules, scoring, etc.
  • Be able to explain basic curling strategy and help more advanced curlers implement strategy into their game
  • Respond in a timely manner regarding availability for coaching opportunities

Please click here for the full job description.

Hiring Manager’s Name & Position: Kate Marshall
Hiring Manager’s email address: kmarshall@hollyburn.org

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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 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 msim@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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