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Eastern Region

Middlebury Ski Club (VT) Alpine Coaches The Middlebury Ski Club (MSC) is seeking experienced coaches for our U10-U16 winter alpine racing and mountain team programs. This seasonal position requires on-hill coaching duties and light travel primarily on weekends and vacation periods (some mid-week travel may be required) from November/December through April.  MSC is a growing weekend based Alpine Ski Program that strives to provide the best opportunity for young athletes of all backgrounds and commitment levels, the chance to enjoy and achieve excellence in alpine skiing and racing. MSC looks to coach our athletes to be great skiers first, while fostering a love for the sport though quality training, fun, and an environment that promotes teamwork, sportsmanship, and confidence. MSC’s mission is to providing an atmosphere where athletes find a lifetime of skiing and racing enjoyment.

Job Summary:

·       To provide athletic instruction for and implement an on-snow program for the athletes of the Middlebury Ski Club

·       To pursue communication with the Program Director

·       To oversee/evaluate the development of each athlete throughout the season

·       To collaborate with other MSC coaches to provide athletic instruction for the athletes and implement the training mission and goals of MSC

Age Groups: Please note age groups are not gender specific and are coached as a group.

·       U10

·       U12

·       U14

·       U16

Supervision: Coaches report directly to the Alpine Program Director

This position requires skiing and may require extended periods of standing, sitting, and lifting up to 50lbs.

Interested candidates should: Ingrid Punderson Jackson, MSC President, at ingpund@gmail.com or Meg Howard, Program Director, at meg.howard24@gmail.com

Posted 06.27.17


NYSEF, NY is seeking a Program Director to oversee and manage the competitive snowsport programs at Gore Mountain. NYSEF offers alpine, freeride and nordic programs at the Olympic venues in and around Lake Placid, NY - including alpine programs at Gore and Whiteface Mountains.

Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Managing and overseeing all alpine programs at Gore including: hiring and managing coaching staff, overall on-snow program direction and content, budgeting and operating finances, event calendaring and execution, on-snow late fall camps and dryland training in the fall.
  • Implement strong and effective communication with stakeholders including athletes, parents, staff members and alumni. Communication includes introductions of athletes and families to full-time NYSEF programs, fundraisers and events as well as outreach to prospective families.
  • Assist Executive Director with regards to training/competition venue use and development with ORDA management, overall program development, equipment purchase and inventory and fiscal oversight of the Gore programs. Additionally, oversee freeride program at Gore with regards to budgeting and staffing.

Candidates must possess strong communication skills to ensure effective athlete management and parent engagement. Final job description, duties, and compensation to be determined based on qualifications and experience of candidate. Candidates should contact John Norton (johnn@nysef.org) with interest.

Posted 06.27.17


The Mount Washington Valley Ski Team, NH is looking for full and part time seasonal coaches. MWV is a very successful and quickly growing club that offers both full time and weekend race programming as well as competitive compensation for staff. 

Please see the full job descriptions Here

Posted 05.30.17


Carrabassett Valley Academy, ME is seeking a development coach.

Please see the full job description Here

Posted 05/07/17


Okemo Mountain School, VT is seeking a full time Head Men’s U19 Alpine Ski Racing Coach to meet the needs of our growing program.  This is a minimum six month position with the possibility for longer employment if desired and salary is commensurate with experience and certification. 

Please see the full job description Here

Posted 05.07.17
 


Carrabassett Valley Academy, ME is looking for Elite Freestyle Head Coach and Elite Snowboard Head Coach.

Full Job Description Here

posted 05.12.17


Mount Snow Academy (MSA), VT is looking for weekend Freestyle Mount Snow Training Center is looking for weekend Freestyle coaches to help grow our program in all areas of USSA moguls and USASA freeride teams. 

Full Job Description Here

Posted 05.12.17


Mount Snow Academy (MSA), a winter term ski academy in southern Vermont, is seeking both, full-time and weekend alpine race coaches for the 2017-18 season. For over 35 years, MSA has been providing an elite ski racing experience with a strong focus on goal setting and athletic achievement while instilling strong values in each of our student-athletes (U12 through U19.) Over the past two years, our program has grown by more than 50%, with the addition of an expanding ski academy, weekend programming and strong partnerships with our home training venues of Mount Snow and The Hermitage Club.We are seeking dedicated coaches who possess a strong technical background, effective coaching style and love working with kids. We are seeking Certified Coaches (USSA 100 or higher) to complement our existing coaching staff.

 

 

Interested candidates should contact Dave Gregory, Head Alpine Coach, dgregory@mountsnowacademy.org

Posted 04.12.17


Ragged Mountain Ski Team (RMST) is seeking coaches for the 2017/18 season! RMST is located in Danbury, NH within easy driving distance of Boston, MA, Manchester and Concord, NH. RMST is a United Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) affiliated ski team in the process of seeking Gold Club Certification through USSA. RMST is a growing (34% YoY) weekend based Alpine ski program from that strives to provide the best opportunity for young athletes of all backgrounds and commitment levels, the chance to enjoy and achieve excellence in alpine skiing and racing. RMST does this by providing a professional staff with regular training on appropriate, quality terrain, in a fun, healthy, family-friendly, environment that promotes teamwork, sportsmanship and confidence. We coach our athletes to become great skiers first, with a broad fundamental skill base while fostering a love for the sport. Our goal is that RMST athletes find a lifetime of skiing and racing enjoyment. RMST is a family-focused, energetic group dedicated to alpine ski training and racing starting with the Mini Mountain Meisters, then on to the Development Team, and through U19, SR. age groups while maintaining a 6:1 Athlete to Coach training/supervision ratio. The program has seen substantial growth recently with well over 120 athletes and is in need of Certified Coaches. Most of the training takes place on weekends and holidays. (With the opportunity for training at other nearby areas for older athletes as well as the possibility of mid-week training depending on an athlete`s goals and coaches schedules). Younger athletes race NHARA Central Council races and older athletes compete throughout New Hampshire and New England. We take great pride in consistently putting on high quality races and having fun while doing it. We are seeking Certified Coaches (USSA 100 or higher) to complement our existing staff and we have coaching needs for both younger and older age groups. 

If you have racing and/or coaching experience with professional certifications and have the interest and enthusiasm we’re looking for, please contact Head Coach/Alpine Program Director Greg Mountford (g.mountford@raggedmountainresort.com), (603)-768-3600) ext 3198 or mail resume to 620 Ragged Mountain Rd, Danbury NH 03230.

Posted 02.03.17

 

 

Rocky/Central Region

Loveland Ski Club (LSC), Colorado is seeking applicants for part-time weekend alpine race coaches for all age groups.  Opportunities for 1 or 2 days a week.  Benefits include season pass for coach and immediate family. 

Interested candidates should send resume to Program Director Scott Graham at sgraham@loveandskiclub.com.

Loveland Ski Club (LSC), Colorado is seeking qualified applicants to join our full-time Junior Team coaching staff for our 2017-2018 season.  This is a nine-month (October-June), full-time position for a career minded coach looking to become part of Loveland Ski Club’s rapidly growing program.  The Junior Team is a group of highly motivated U12 and U14 athletes who compete in Age Class races throughout Colorado.  Junior Team athletes train Friday-Sundays and midweek the candidate works closely with our Alpine Race Academy coaches to further professional development.  The race season at Loveland runs through mid-April, with employment continuing through mid-June, if desired,, including a designated Spring On-Snow Camp for Junior Team and outside athletes. 

Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to Program Director Scott Graham at sgraham@lovelandskiclub.com 

Posted 06.27.17


Taos Winter Sports Team, NM is seeking an Executive Director

Full Job Description Here

Posted 06.19.17


Eldora Mountain Ski & Snowboard Club, CO  is looking for a full time FIS Head Coach. Competitive Compensation Based on Experience.

Full Job Description Here

Posted 06.13.17


Aspen Valley Ski and Snowboard Club, CO is seeking a Head Mogul Coach. The position is full time for 6 months with the opportunity for 3 additional months.  Competitive salary and benefits depending on experience.  The Head mogul coach leads all aspects of the mogul program: Coaching / leading training for elite level athletes (3 Nor-Am level athletes), directing other coaches, program content, building and maintaining mogul course.

Please send letters of interest and resumes to AVSC Freestyle Program Director: Eric Knight
eknight@teamavsc.org   

 Posted 05.07.17


Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, Snowboardcross head coach.

Full Job Description Here

Posted 05.07.17

 

Western Region

Mt. Hood Race Team & Academy, OR is seeking a positive and experienced coach to be a contributing member to the overall vision, mission, and philosophy of developing character values through the pursuit of academic and athletic excellence.

Responsibilities: This position is the lead coach overseeing all athletic domains for our U16-U21 athletes. The primary responsibility of the Academy Coach is to conduct on-snow training but will also include roles with strength and conditioning, equipment management, race travel arrangements, and part time dorm supervision shared by all staff.

Qualifications: Ideal candidates will have a level 200 USSA coaches certification, 5 years coaching experience, an unwavering work ethic, and full commitment to the student athletes of all MHRTA programs. 

Benefits: The position is seasonal full time with a contract length between 7-9 months (Nov. through May/ July). Compensation and length of contract dependent on experience. Year long housing is also available for this position.

Interested applicants can send resume to seth@mhsef.org

Posted 06.13.17


The McCall Winter Sports Club, ID is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Head Alpine Coach. 

Full Job Description Here

Posted 06.13.17


Squaw Valley Ski Team, CA is currently accepting job applications for Full Time Alpine coaches from Development and U10 through NorAm/FIS. Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows Ski Teams offer competitive compensation and provide a unique coach development system which includes in-house certifications and USST Athlete and Training interaction  Please inquire and/or send cover letter and resume including references to Eric Garayoa at egarayoa@squaw.com.

Positions available include:

  • FIS Full Time Elite Head Coach
  • U16 Full Time Assistant
  • U14 Full Time and Part Time Assistant
  • U12 Full Time and Part Time Assistant
  • U10 Full Time and Part Time Assistant
  • Development Part Time Assistant

*Part Time Assistant considered weekends and holidays

 Posted 05.30.17


Big Sky Ski Education Foundation, MT

U12 Coach/ U14 Coach

Applications are being accepted for full​-part time seasonal positions. Working with our U12 and U14 age group USSA level 100, PSIA level 1 and collegiate skiing experience preferred. 2017/2018 Season November – early April.  Please inquire if you are interested in joining an established and experienced staff dedicated to developing outstanding student-athletes.  ​Visit bssef.com for more information. ​To apply, send resumes to bigskysef@yahoo.com

U16/ U19 Coach

Applications are being accepted for this full​-​time seasonal position. Working with our U16-U19 age group USSA level 100/200, PSIA level 1 and collegiate skiing experience preferred. 2017/2018 Season November – April.  Please inquire if you are interested in joining an established and experienced staff dedicated to developing outstanding student-athletes.  ​Visit bssef.com for more information. ​To apply, send resumes to bigskysef@yahoo.com

Posted 05.12.17


The Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club, WY is accepting applications for the position of Alpine Program Director. The Alpine Program consists of almost 250 athletes. The Alpine Program Director is responsible for aligning the program with the mission of JHSC, establishing program philosophies, designing the structure, leading and evaluating the staff, and developing student-athletes through a comprehensive long-term-athlete-development alpine ski racing program. This program consists of the following domains: student-athlete development, physical fitness and nutrition, technical and tactical, mental and social including academic-athletic support and balance, equipment, and competition. All Alpine Head coaches report directly to the Alpine Program Director. The Alpine Program Director reports directly to the Executive Director, and works in close collaboration with the Alpine Events and Venue Manager, and other Program Directors.

Letter of interest and resume can be sent to bkrill@jhskiclub.org.

To view full job description go to: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwaF3hDy2-ASWlR4UVZhdnluV1k/view?usp=sharing

Posted 05.03.17


Alyeska Ski Club, AK Coaching Opportunities For almost 50 years, the Alyeska Ski Club’s (ASC) programs have created a community where generations of skiers have achieved many levels of athletic and personal success on the international, national and regional scene. ASC programs provide a pathway for personal and athletic achievement for more than 500 athletes annually.  ASC’s high retention rate in all programs is a testament to the health of our club and strong leadership support.  Our programs are well supported by our Board of Directors, existing staff and a committed base of athletes, parents and volunteers.

ASC is seeking qualified applicants for both Assistant and Head Junior Coach positions for the 2017-18 season in all age groups (U12-U19).  Both part-time and full-time positions are available for qualified candidates on both seasonal and annual basis.  We offer competitive compensation for professional coaches who have an established track record of developing athletes at the various age levels.

This is a unique opportunity to live and work in a community with some of the best and most accessible recreational terrain in the world.  Experience the Last Frontier – where the extraordinary for most is the ordinary for Alaskans.

Junior Age Class Head Coach Qualifications/Knowledge/Skills

  • Minimum Level 300 Coaches Certification or foreign equivalent.
  • 3+ years previous experience in a Head Coach and/or Program Director role.
  • Personal high level competitive experience an asset.
  • Extensive knowledge of alpine racing and dryland training programs with a proven record of developing successful athletes at the regional and/or national level.
  • Ability to develop strategies and define best practices, training plans and athletic based curriculum for athlete development.
  • Ability to assist in formation of project planning and budgets.
  • Ability to provide guidance in the areas of sport psychology, nutrition and equipment selection, preparation and maintenance.
  • Strong ability to communicate effectively with parents and athletes.
  • Ability to work within a larger coaching team and able to create and nurture an environment of team spirit and unity.  
  • Ability to act as a positive role model, inspiring, motivating, and positively influencing athletes.
  • Results oriented and highly self-motivated.

Junior Age Class Assistant Coach Qualifications/Knowledge/Skills

  • Minimum Level 100 Coaches Certification or foreign equivalent. 
  • Personal high level competitive experience an asset.
  • Ability to follow directions and work within a larger coaching team environment.
  • Ability to act as a positive role model, inspiring, motivating, and positively influencing athletes.

Interested applicants please submit your cover letter and resume to Scott Zahn, ASC Athletic Director, at scottzahn.asc@gmail.com  We thank all applicants for their interest however, only candidates under consideration will be contacted.

Posted 04.12.17

 

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