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February 2/01 4:22 am - Job Posting, University Cup 2001, Volunteers Needed, Birthdays

Posted by Editoress on 02/2/01

Job announcement - National Development Centre



National Cycling Development Centre in Dieppe (New Brunswick)

Over and above the development of beginner and expert programs (track, road and mountain), the head coach will be responsible for promotion, development and administration of the Centre under the direction of the Board of Directors. Also, he will co-ordinate services to the athletes, coaches and officials associated with the Centre.

* University degree in an area related to sport or sport administration.

* Certified Level IV NCCP in cycling. Consideration will be given to candidates that have completed Level III Certification in Cycling and are in the process of completing their Level IV.

* Written and spoken competence in English and French is required.

* Administration skills.

* Knowledge and experience in the Canadian Cycling Scene.
* Capacity and experience in working with volunteers.
* Communication skills both in oral and written.

Working conditions:
Work location: Dieppe, New Brunwick

Salary: according with experience

Schedule: 40 h / work, variable

Contract duration: 1 year with renewal option

Beginning: April 2nd, 2001

Submission to job offer:

Friday, February 23, 2001, 5:00 p.m. (New Brunswick Time)

Send to :
National Cycling Development Centre in Dieppe
c/o Luc Bujold
505 Champlain Street
Dieppe, New Brunswick
E1A 1P2
fax : (506) 877-7960
e-mail : luc.bujold


Centre de développement national cycliste à Dieppe, Nouveau-Brunswick

Le Centre de développement national cycliste à Dieppe (Nouveau-Brunswick), nouveau centre national de développement du cyclisme, a comme responsabilité d'offrir des services aux cyclistes des quatre provinces atlantiques. Le Centre a déjà à sa disposition un réseau de pistes de vélo de montagne et tout est en place pour la construction d'un vélodrome extérieur de 250 mètres en juin 2001.

Centre de développement national cycliste à Dieppe (Nouveau-Brunswick)

En plus de l'élaboration des programmes d'initiation et de perfectionnement (piste, route, vélo de montagne), l'entraîneur en chef verra à la promotion, au développement et à l'administration du Centre sous la direction du Conseil d'administration. Il doit coordonner la prestation des services aux athlètes, entraîneurs et dirigeants cyclistes reliés au Centre.

* Diplôme universitaire dans un domaine lié au sport ou à l'administration du sport.

* Certification niveau IV du PNCE en cyclisme. Les candidats avec une Certification complétée au niveau III et qui sont dans le processus de compléter le niveau IV seront aussi considérés.

* Connaissance orale et écrite de l'anglais et du français.

* Habiletés en gestion

* Connaissance et expérience du milieu cycliste canadien
* Capacité et expérience à travailler avec des bénévoles
* Habiletés en communication tant à l'oral qu'à l'écrit

Conditions de travail :
Lieu du travail : Dieppe, Nouveau-Brunswick

Rémunération : selon l’expérience

Horaire : 40 h / semaine, variable

Durée du contrat : 1 ans, avec possibilité de renouvellement

Début d’emplois : 1 avril 2001

Réponse à l’offre d’emploi :
Délais : vendredi le 23 février 2001, 17h00 (heure du Nouveau-Brunswick)

Envoyer à :

Centre de développement national cycliste à Dieppe
a/s Luc Bujold
505, rue Champlain
Dieppe, Nouveau-Brunswick
E1A 1P2
télécopieur : (506) 877-7960
courriel : luc.bujold

University Cup 2001

courtesy David Wright, chairperson of the Ontario University Mountain Bike Race Council (OUMRC).

Over the past few years we have been working hard to promote the idea of varsity level mountain biking in Ontario. We have made great strides!

Last year we formed the Ontario University Mountain Bike Race Council (OUMRC), a non-profit group of students and alumni who organize the Ontario University Cup mountain bike race series. Our races are sanctioned by the Ontario Cycling Association.

Although its the "Ontario" University Cup we extend an invitation to university students from outside Ontario to come race if they like!

Our philosophy is to enjoy the outdoors, have fun and encourage mountain biking students of *all* skill levels to try a race or two. We especially try to encourage women and new riders to come out.

contact me if you have any questions


David Wright: Chairperson (OUMRC)
(416) 928-2819


2001 University Cup SCHEDULE:

UNIVERSITY CUP RACE # 1: Saturday / Sunday Sept 22-23
Venue: Mansfield Outdoor Centre,Mansfield, Ontario

UNIVERSITY CUP RACE # 2: Sunday Sept 30th
Venue: Hardwood Hills,Barrie, Ontario

UNIVERSITY CUP RACE # 3: Sunday Oct 14th
Venue: Ganaraska Forest, Approx 80km North East of Toronto, Ontario

UNIVERSITY CUP RACE # 4: Saturday Oct 20th
Venue: Boler Mountain, London, Ontario

Volunteeres Needed

Gentlemen, I am currently recruiting guys (males) 18-44 who are committed exercisers (i.e. exercise 3 times or more / week on average) and have eaten any brand of energy bar in the past to participate in a short 10-15 minute telephone research survey sometime in the next couple of weeks. In return for your participation, you will receive a Free Box of 15 Gatorade Energy Bars.

If you are willing to participate, please email me ( your name, telephone number, and best time for our interviewer to call ASAP. If there is anyone else you know, who fits the committed exerciser/age/sex/energy bar eating requirements and who's email address you have please feel free to forward this message to them. Thanks.

Happy Birthday to

Matt Decore yesterday and Trish Sinclair today.


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