Coaching Jobs - Updated

 Coaching – Job Opportunities

 

Kindness-Honesty-Excellence  - Mount Snow Academy (MSA):

MSA, a winter-term snowsport academy in southern Vermont, is seeking both, full-time and weekend alpine race coaches for the 2022-23 season. For over 40 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 (U10 through U18.) Our program has strong partnerships with our home training venues at Mount Snow and the Mount Snow Training Center. MSA also operates an extensive summer and fall camp and conditioning program.

 

We are seeking Certified Coaches (USSS 100 or higher) who possess a strong technical background, former racers and strong skiers, effective coaching style and love working with kids. Five and six month positions are available. Interested candidates should contact Peter Stokloza, Head of School; [email protected]


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SNSC Job Postings:

The Smugglers’ Notch Ski & Snowboard Club (SNSC) is looking to hire coaches for the 2022-2023 season.  There are seasonal full-time (November 1st-April 15th) and part-time (weekends) positions available.  All Job positing’s and full descriptions can be found at the following link: Employment – Smugglers Notch Ski Club (snscvt.com).   Any interested parties can send resume and cover letter to Ryan Sheredy at [email protected] or call 802-760-8382 with any questions.

 U16/U18 Full-Time Seasonal Coach
This coach will work with SNSC U16/U18 athletes and attend USS and FIS races during the season.  SNSC is a smaller but growing program that allows for hands on coaching and great ratios of staff to athletes.  SNSC has in recent season started a unique model for FIS athletes with affordable academy and program fees, that supports competitive athletes outside of a full boarding school structure. 

St. Michaels Alpine Racing Club Team Head Coach – Full-Time Seasonal
The St. Michaels Club team is for athletes who do not qualify to make the varsity team at St. Michael’s College, but wish to continue their ski racing career.  The team competes in USS and FIS races in the region as well as compete in regular season USCSA MacConnell Division races.  This is the third-year season of the SMC Club Team with two successful seasons of growth and of synergy with the varsity NCAA team and a fun team environment.  The coach will work closely with the St. Michaels Ski Team Coaching staff as well as the SNSC U16/U19 Coaching staff, therefore applicants should be great team players.


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CARDIGAN MTN SCHOOL LINK HERE for U16 Coach JOB INFO

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Kimball Union Assistant Alpine Ski Coach

Kimball Union Academy, located in Meriden, NH, is seeking a highly qualified assistant alpine ski coach.   The primary mountains used for training is Sunapee and Whaleback. Candidates must possess racing and coaching experience at USSA and/or FIS level, 21 years old or older and able to drive KUA 14 passenger vans for training and competition. This coach will work with athletes racing in the NEPSAC prep school league and also with athletes racing in USSA U16 and U18 competition.   

Available to start the 2nd week of November and the season runs through mid-March.    

This posting will remain open until filled.  A background check is required. This is a part-time, non-benefited position but may include housing and meals. Kimball Union is an equal opportunity employer. Please inquire for further details at [email protected].

 

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 BROMLEY OUTING CLUB

Bromley Outing Club Position Profile Position: Youth Development Program Lead Coach (U10-U12) Position type: part time, seasonal – December thru March

Summary:

• The Youth Development Program Lead Coach will provide athletic instruction and implement an on-hill curriculum for our weekend alpine racing athletes, including but not limited to, weekend and holiday training as per the Bromley Outing Club’s seasonal program operating schedule, Friday training sessions, race support and parent/athlete communication, and other duties as assigned.

Supervision: The Youth Development Program Lead Coach reports directly to the Executive Director.

For more info and to apply - link here

 

Bromley Outing Club

Position Profile Position: Youth Development Program Assistant Coach (U10-U12) Position type: part time, seasonal – December thru March

Summary:

• The Youth Development Program Assistant Coach will support our coaching team to provide athletic instruction and implement an on-hill curriculum for our weekend alpine racing athletes. Duties include but are not limited to, weekend and holiday training as per the Bromley Outing Club’s seasonal program operating schedule, race support, and other duties as assigned.

Supervision: The Youth Development Program Assistant Coach reports directly to the lead coach.

For more info and to apply - link here

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Mount Snow Training Center

Mount Snow Training Center is looking to hire weekend alpine race coaches for the 2022-2023 season.  Candidates must possess racing and coaching experience at USSA 100 or higher.  Positions would be part time, seasonal employment.  Mid-November thru March.

All Mount Snow employees receive a FREE ski pass that gives you access to skiing and riding at all Vail Resorts-owned mountains. Along with the free ski pass, employees also get discounts on food, lodging, and retail products, along with other pro-deal discounts on brand names. Join the team this season for an Experience of a Lifetime!

  • Prior coaching and/or racing experience
  • Expert level skier
  • USSA Coach’s certification level 100 or higher
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Must have excellent guest service and communication skills
  • Must work well in a team
  • Must be able to work in inclement weather in a high alpine environment
  • Must be available to work holidays and weekends

Interested candidates should contact Nancy Logan, [email protected], or call 802.464.4270 with any questions.


ATTITASH 

Program Director Job Posting Attitash Alpine Educational Foundation (AAEF), operating as the Attitash Race Team, seeks a Program Director for its youth alpine ski racing program offering a full-time seasonal position. The Attitash Race Team is a US Ski & Snowboard bronze-certified club operating in New Hampshire Alpine Racing Association (NHARA). For over 40 years, the Attitash Race Team has been developing and fostering the growth of youth alpine ski racers in New Hampshire’s Mount Washington Valley. The program is part of the US Ski & Snowboard’s Eastern Region, with age categories of U8, U10, U12, U14, and U16 Scored teams. We train at Attitash Mountain Resort and participate in local, state, regional, and national races. The Attitash Race Team is a community dedicated to providing alpine ski racers the opportunity to pursue their athletic dreams and personal growth while celebrating passion, determination, strength, and resilience. We strive to be a premier alpine race team in the region by preparing every athlete to move to the next level in their chosen environment.



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MIDDLEBURY
Director Of Operations

The Middlebury Ski Club, located in Middlebury, VT, is looking to hire a new Director of Operations for the 2022-2023 season.  Since 1956 the MSC has taught thousands of young athletes the skills they need to become excellent skiers and ski racers, many of whom have gone on to become NCAA racers, Olympians and World Champions.  At the heart of the MSC is our children and the goal to help them fulfill their potential while also trying to keep skiing and ski racing as affordable as possible.  This is done through the immense support of a dedicated group of coaches, parents, The Middlebury Snow Bowl and our greater community.

 

This is a year-round, part-time position (15-20 hours/week) with the majority of the work between October and March.  Qualified applicants should have ski racing experience and need to be able to work well with children. This position requires strong organizational skills and attention to detail.  Interested applicants should have good communication, leadership and motivational skills along with the ability to Interview, hire and assist in training new coaches.  This is an excellent opportunity to become part of a robust skiing and ski racing culture that fosters a family and community connection at one of New England's most intimate and respected mountains.  

Link to Position on Middlebury Ski Club website:  https://www.middleburyskiclub.org/director_of_operations/

 

Interested applicants should contact Holmes Jacobs at [email protected].  We look forward to meeting you!


COCHRAN'S
Club Administrative Assistant Job Description Cochran’s Ski Club provides families with a supportive community dedicated to the affordable pursuit of alpine ski racing and a life-long love of skiing. Our racers range in age from 6-21, and participate in all levels of alpine racing, from home-hill fun races, to Northern Vermont Council races, high school racing, U.S. Ski & Snowboard scored races, and FIS races. Ski Club families are active participants, providing volunteer support for racing, training, and social activities. The Club is hiring an Administrative Assistant, a vital and valued member of the Ski Club community. The Club Administrative Assistant’s primary responsibility is to facilitate the operation of the Club to foster a safe, positive and fun environment for Club athletes and families. The ideal candidate will nurture and maintain the Cochran skiing philosophy, promote the enjoyment of skiing in and out of the racecourse and encourage the vitality of the Ski Club. Strong communication skills and a demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with others are essential.

The Administrative Assistant will report to and work with the Program Director and support the efforts of the Program Director and the Ski Club Board in the Duties described below. The position is envisioned to require approximately 5-15 hrs/week during the spring and early summer (April - June) and 20-40 hours per week over the remainder of the year. The arrangement of working hours each day is generally flexible with the exception of evening and weekend work required specific to meetings, activities, and events. With the exception of in person meetings and events, the work will be remote.