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Please contact lmontroy@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.


Enderby & District Curling Centre seeking Ice Tech

Enderby & District Curling Centre, a small four sheet rink in the north Okanagan, is looking for an ice tech capable of setting up the ice, maintaining the ice for the season (which includes approximately 10 bonspiels) and final clean up. This is a full time position.

Please forward your resume and qualifications to j.w.burns@hotmail.com. Deadline to apply is August 23.


Port Moody Club seeking Club Manager

The Port Moody Curling Club is a vibrant curling club with 6 sheets of curling ice and a growing membership of approximately 650 active members of all ages and abilities.

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Club Manager’s primary responsibilities are to manage the daily operations of the Port Moody Curling Club including: membership services, registration, administration, advertising program, communications and club promotion, fundraising, curling ice and lounge rentals, and leagues and bonspiels.

While responsibilities cover the full year, the seasonal nature of the Club requires the Club Manager to work a flexible and variable schedule, depending on the time of year.

Target start date: September 1, 2018


  • Well-developed business management and leadership experience in customer or member-focused organizations
  • Proven track record of establishing effective operating procedures and processes
  • Experience with municipal and volunteer associations
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills
  • Is highly motivated and a self-starter with an entrepreneurial mindset
  • Is adaptable to, and comfortable with, a variable daily, weekly, and monthly work schedule, including occasional weekends
  • Has familiarity with the sport of curling (as a curler or curling enthusiast)

Please email cover letter and resume to: Wayne Petrie, President at President@PortMoodyCurling.ca

A review of applications will begin on July 20, 2018, and continue until the position is filled. We thank all applicants for their interest in this position, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


Kelowna Curling Club seeking Assistant Ice Maker

Kelowna Curling Club is looking for a defensive, stay at home minded Assistant Ice Maker to add to a well-rounded corp. Recently acquired Mike Merklinger will be directing traffic up the middle, while 40 plus year veteran Guy Mackie covers the wings. We have a strong group, but need one more piece of the puzzle to put us over the top.

We are looking for a second assistant or a natural, experienced Ice Maker to help with all the extra work that goes on with a club this size. We are looking for an experienced player who has an interest in making ice for a living. Having an IFO (Ice Facilities Operator) or an RO (Refrigeration Operator) ticket would be an asset, but not mandatory. A willingness to learn however, is mandatory. Strong back and legs are a must, and a stronger than average mind and patience are needed. We are very much a team and need someone who can work inside that team.

The job will include ice-making, janitorial and building maintenance work. The Kelowna Curling Club has 12 sheets of ice and a desire to lead the pack. We are offering fair compensation, full time seasonal work (6 months), with the possibility of year-round employment.

Please send resumes by August 20, 2018. Absolutely no phone calls please. Only those that move on to the next round will be contacted.

Attn: Jock Tyre
Kelowna Curling Club
551 Recreation Avenue
Kelowna, BC V1Y 7V5


Ice Technician position available at Osoyoos Curling Club

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 four to five 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, ciddeauce@telus.net or 250-495-6802, by July 3rd.


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.


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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