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December 19/16 12:09 pm - Employment Opportunity - Head Coach (Saskatchewan)


Posted by Editor on 12/19/16
 

The SCA (Saskatchewan Cycling Association) is searching for a Provincial Cycling Head Coach who possesses vision and energy to lead the Provincial High Performance Program.

Job Description
The Provincial Coach is a key leadership position within the Saskatchewan Cycling Association High Performance program. The successful candidate will live and work in the province and will be responsible for identifying, recruiting and developing, high performance athletes, maintaining and enhancing the high-performance programs in Road, Mountain Bike, Para-cycling and BMX racing, and mentoring in-province coaches.

Qualifications
The successful applicant will have:

• Experience and knowledge of competition in Road Racing and/or Cross Country Mountain Biking racing, and a desire to expand knowledge to include other disciplines.

• NCCP Competition Development Cycling certification (or equivalent) is preferred: if this requirement is not satisfied at the time of application, the SCA is willing to work with the successful applicant to achieve Competition Development or equivalent status.

Although the contract does not require the individual to work from the provincial office, the incumbent must reside in Saskatchewan.

Contract start date is negotiable, based on availability.

Download full job description Here.

We thank all those who apply. Only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.

This position is financially supported by Sask Sport.

All applications will be confidential.

Application Deadline: January 23, 2017

Salary: Depending on experience and qualifications the salary range will be $40,000-$60,000

Please submit your application with CV and salary expectations via e-mail by January 23, 2017 to:

Saskatchewan Cycling Association
2205 Victoria Ave
Regina, SK S4P 0S4

(306) 780 9299

cycling@accesscomm.ca

 

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