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Participation Manager

Reporting to the CEO, the Participation Manager will be responsible for developing, implementing and evaluating the Participation pillar of Curl BC’s strategic plan. Working closely with key staff and volunteers, the Manager will design plans to ensure these components correlate with the other areas of the strategic plan and meet the needs of the organization and its membership.


Applicants should have a degree or related diploma and a minimum of five years of sport management experience. An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered if the candidate has:

  • Experience with the operation of non-profit societies
  • Experience with curling programs and events
  • Experience working with non-profit boards and volunteers
  • Experience working with disability sport organizations
  • Strong computer skills with extensive experience using spreadsheets such as Excel and online registration software such as Wufoo
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and organizational abilities
  • Ability to meet deadlines and follow policy and other guidelines
  • Proven ability as a team player
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Experience multi-tasking and balancing competing priorities

The ability to be firm, while exercising good judgement and tact when dealing with sensitive issues, is important for this position. This job does require some meetings on evenings and weekends. The job is based out of the association’s office in Burnaby.

Download the full job description here.

Please apply in writing to Scott Braley at by April 18, 2017.

Club Development Coach

Curl BC is currently seeking coaches interested in a one-year contract agreement as a Club Development Coach. Multiple positions are available in each area of the province.

Curl BC receives many requests from curling centres to run or instruct clinics throughout the season, to support recruitment of new curlers and new member retention. Club Development Coaches will be contracted to support curling centres in their region.


  1. Connect with curling centres in your region about opportunities available to increase participation & skill of curlers in their facility through delivery of Curl BC Clinics.
  2. Provide support to curling centres in your area by organizing the following (basic clinic outlines & resources will be provided) as requested:
    • Learn to Curl Clinics (2 & 4 hour clinics)
    • Stick Curling Clinics (2 & 4 hour clinics)
    • Skill Analysis Clinics (3 hours)
    • Video analysis of delivery Clinic (3 hours)
    • Strategy clinic (2-3 hours)
  3. Keep up-to-date with current coaching information and theory.


  1. Candidates for the Club Development Coach positions must be at a minimum of NCCP Competition Coach trained. Individuals who are Competition Coach certified will be a priority.
  2. Candidates must have strong verbal and written communication and presentation skills.
  3. Candidates must be able to work week nights and weekends as required.

Club Development Coaches will be remunerated directly by the curling centres that hire time. Curl BC recommends the following minimum pay rate:  $20/hour if Competition Coach Trained, $25/hour if Competition Coach or Level 2 certified and $35/hour if Level 3 + certified.

Type of Position:  Part-time, contract position.

Contact Information: Email coaching resume and cover letter to Penny Bartel at

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