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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.


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

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


WANTED: General/Operations Manager – Duncan Curling Club

The Duncan Curling Club, operating out of the Glen Harper Curling Centre in Duncan is looking for a full-year contractor to handle the General Management and Operations requirements of the club.

Contract Manager/Operations Duties – Duncan Curling Club

The “Manager” will provide all labour and supervision necessary, including “Bar Duties” and “Other Duties” to operate and manage the Duncan Curling Club (DCC) and building known as “The Glen Harper Curling Centre” as described, but not limited, below. The Manager will actively expand the DCC leagues, membership and generate additional income through club and facility promotion.

See the full job description by clicking here.

To apply, please submit a cover letter (including fee expectations) and resume via email to Reynold Hert, Duncan Curling Club Director, at before May 31, 2017.


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.

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.

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:
Subject: Ice Technician Posting


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

Only those candidates chosen for interviews will be contacted.

Download the job description here.


CLOSEOUT SALE: Port Moody Curling Club Lounge Equipment and Bar Supplies

After two years of successfully running the Port Moody Curling Centre Lounge the Port Moody Curling Club is handing over to a new provider as selected by the City of Port Moody.

Visit for details.


WANTED: Curling Club Manager – Delta Thistle Curling Club

The Delta Thistle curling club is a community curling club that was established in 1972. It is located at the North Delta Recreation Center and has a membership drawing from North Delta and the Fraser Valley.

We are currently looking to hire a curling club manager to run and promote our club, leagues, and programs.

Full Time Position – August 15-March 31

Reports to the President of the Delta Thistle Curling Club

The position includes these key responsibilities:
• Promotion of our club and programs to current and new members. Ensure our club provides the best member experience possible.
• Webpage updates and maintenance of our web club manager software.
• Registration – Preparation and maintenance of club membership database.
• Bar Management duties – inventory control, ordering supplies, scheduling deliveries, scheduling bar staff hours, and developing relationships and negotiating with suppliers.
• Application for government grants.
• Maintain accounting controls, reconciliation of the books, bank deposits.
• Timely collection of league fees, locker rental, and advertising revenue.
• Coordination of volunteers for bonspiels & special events.
• Sales and inventory of curling equipment through the pro shop.
• Attendance at monthly board meetings.

For the full job description, click here: DTCC Manager Position 2017

Please apply on or before April 30, 2017, to the attention of Delta Thistle Curling Club President at


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






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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