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December 7/21 10:33 am - Employment Opportunities at Cycling Canada - Road Coach & Project Coordinator

Posted by Editor on 12/7/21

Cycling Canada has two employment opportunities, both based at the Mattamy National Cycling Centre in Milton, Ontario. Below are brief descriptions and links to download the full job information, including the application process. the deadline for both positions is December 17th at 5:00 pm EST.

National Team Coach - Road Lead

National Team Coaches work under the leadership of the Head Coach, building a sustainable performance program that delivers champions to the world stage and lifelong ambassadors to the Canadian cycling community. National Team Coaches work collaboratively to cultivate an aligned and holistic multi-discipline approach to Cycling Canada's development and performance programming and will help build a culture of collaboration and excellence within Cycling Canada's National Team.

In addition to providing technical and tactical expertise in their focus discipline in both training and competition settings, National Teach Coaches provide leadership, mentoring and supervision to Provincial and affiliate Coaches with the goals of building a robust development and performance program, increasing racing and skill development opportunities for athletes across all disciplines and increasing coaching knowledge, expertise and capacity across Canada.

Road Coach

Project Coordinator

The Project Coordinator is a member of the High Performance Operations team and will work in collaboration with Project Managers and Coordinators to coordinate logistics for Cycling Canada's National Team programming. The position is based at the Mattamy National Cycling Centre in Milton, Ontario. The Project Coordinator reports directly to the Director of High Performance Operations and collaborates with Project Managers, Project Coordinators and National Team Coaches.

Project Coordinator


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