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May 5/04 8:46 am - CCA Job, DH & Bikercross Projects


Posted by Editor on 05/5/04
 

CCA Job Opportunity
Courtesy CCA

Competition Coordinator

The Competition Coordinator reports to the Director General, and works closely with other staff, volunteers, provincial associations, clubs, event organizers, UCI and other sport agencies. He/She will provide leadership and coordination of the racing calendar in Canada. Key areas of responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

- Production of the National Racing Calendar of Events for all cycling disciplines
- Production of a calendar, long term vision consistent with the ADM
- Protection and development of CCA properties
- Provide hosting coordination of the National Championship every year
- Provides control of the National Series and National Rankings
- Application and interpretation of rules for national and international events
- Interface between UCI and international organizers
- Liaison with CCES and monitoring of the doping control policies and rules

A full job description is available upon request. This position is based in Ottawa with some occasional travel, position will be reviewed end of 2005.

The ideal candidate will possess the following attributes:

- A university degree, or equivalent experience in sport administration
- Proven program leadership and management skills
- Bilingualism (English and French)
- Competent computer skills (Windows, Microsoft Excel, Word, Access and Outlook Express)
- Demonstrated ability to manage and motivate volunteers
- Ability to manage several projects simultaneously
- Experience and knowledge of Cycling is a definite asset.

Salary Range: $32,000 to $40,000 per year, plus benefits.
Expected starting date: June 2004

The CCA complies with Sport Canada equity and bilingualism policies.

Apply in confidence (fax, mail or e-mail) by sending your resume, along with 3 references, by May 17, 2004 to:

Canadian Cycling Association, c/o Pierre Hutsebaut
702 - 2197 Riverside Drive, Ottawa, Ontario K1H 7X3

Fax: 613 248-9311

Email: application@canadian-cycling.com

Our thanks to all applicants, however only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. This Position is partially funded by Sport Canada.


National Downhill and Bikercross Spring Projects
Courtesy CCA

National DH projects are open to all Jr. Expert and Sr. Elite athletes. These projects are geared towards helping develop high-performance athletes achieve their goals and commitments to DH & Biker Cross disciplines. The CCA is very committed to identifying the talent base in Canada and will continue to do so through the National DH & Biker Cross projects.

This year Chris Colbeck will be working towards preparing athletes to focus and deal with the pressure and stress of competing at the World Championships. Prior to competition, athletes will be given the tools needed to develop and refine the mental, technical and nutritional training and preparation vital for competing at this level.

Although projects are open to all Jr. Expert and Sr. Elite athletes, only a few will be selected to represent Canada at the World Championships this year. (See selection criteria under National Team on the CCA website). In 2003 we had a great amount of success with our projects, and with your involvement and participation we can continue this success in the coming years.

Please sign up by contacting Chris Colbeck ASAP, as space is limited.

Contact info: National Downhill & Bikercross Projects Coordinator
Chriscolbeck@stormbc.com
Office: 604 905 2453
Mobile: 604 932 0809

Project Locations and Details

Eastern Canada

Location: Bromont, Quebec.
Date: May 13 - 16, 2004
Coaches: Chris Colbeck & Ian Hughes
Accommodation: Available at the Bromont Cycling Center
Fee: $60 Bromont Cycling Center members / $80 Non-members
Sign up Dead Line: May 10, 2004

Objectives:
* Prepare athletes for the first two Canada Cup races
* Individual training for mental, technical and tactical preparations used before, during and after races.
* Discuss individual needs with a certified nutritionist

All athletes are recommended to arrive the evening of May 13th. Please notify me if this presents a problem.


Western Canada

Location: Whistler, BC.
Date: June 4, 5, 6, 2004
Coaches: Chris Colbeck & Guest Coach TBA
Accommodation: Available by request.
Fee: $80
Sign up Dead Line: May 31, 2004

Objectives:
* Individual training for mental, technical and tactical preparations used before, during and after races.
* Timed sections with Video.
* Suspension set up and fine-tuning.
* Training your leg & pedaling speed

World Cup Support Projects

World Cup XC #6 DH/4X #5
Location: Calgary, Alberta. COP
Date: July 1 - 4, 2004
Staff: Chris Colbeck & Mike Rothdram

World Championships
Location: LesGet, France.
Date: September 1 - 12, 2004
Staff: Chris Colbeck & Mike Rothdram
By Invitation: *National Team Only

World Cup Finals
Location: Livigno, Italy.
Date: September 13 - 19, 2004
Staff: Chris Colbeck & Mike Rothdram

Support projects will cover mental, technical, tactical and mechanical support where needed. More information will be available on all World Cup projects soon.

 


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