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Job Opportunities

To submit information on openings within your institution or organization, simply email the job position to the Sask Sport Inc. Regina Office and indicate "Job Posting" in the subject title.

 
Saskatchewan Games Coordinator - Team Regina and Team Saskatoon
Closing Date: January 24, 2020
The primary function of the position will be to coordinate the logistic and administrative duties, team preparation, and promotion that is required to support the successful participation of Team Regina or Team Saskatoon at the 2020 Saskatchewan Summer Games to be held in Lloydminster, July 26 to August 1, 2020.

 
Sask Sport Inc. - Digital Designer 15-month term contract, full-time
Closing Date: January 31, 2020
Sask Sport Inc. is looking to fill a position of the Digital Designer to assist in the design, creation and dissemination of print and digital content related to the promotion of Sask Sport and Sask Lotteries communications, marketing and advertising activities.

 
Sask Sport Inc.- Accounting Services Supervisor
Closing Date: January 31, 2020
Sask Sport Inc. is looking to fill a position of the Accounting Services Supervisor to Coordinate the preparation and analysis of financial information for all clients of the Administration Center book keeping service (currently 50+ clients) on a monthly and annual basis. Deliver workshops on understanding board financial responsibility. Reporting to Chief Financial Officer this position is based in Regina.

 
Regina Dream Broker
Closing Date: February 2, 2020
The Dream Broker program is a partnership between the Regina Catholic Schools, Regina Public Schools, the City of Regina, Sask Sport, SaskCulture and the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association. Additional support is provided by the Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund, Community Initiatives Fund, KidSport, Creative Kids and Give Kids a Chance Charity. The purpose of a Dream Broker is to facilitate and support the participation of inner-city children in sport, culture, recreation and arts activities.

 
Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association Inc. (SPRA) - Summer Program Development Assistant (Summer Student Contract)
Closing Date: March 2, 2020
The Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association Inc. (SPRA) is a dynamic, non-profit organization. We are the leader for a parks and recreation network that builds healthy active communities in Saskatchewan and we provide leadership and support to enhance the quality of the parks and recreation network. This contract provides assistance to meeting the strategic direction for the Parks and Open Spaces portfolio.

 
Saskatchewan Athletics - Run Jump Throw Wheel - Program Leaders (Regina)
Run Jump Throw Wheel (RJTW) is a nationally recognized physical literacy program aimed at the development of fundamental movement skills. The program is progressive, beginning with basic fundamental movement patterns and culminating in advanced skill development through track and field inspired games, activities, and skill challenges taught by instructors specifically trained to teach running, jumping, throwing, and wheeling (for children in wheelchairs).

 
Saskatchewan Athletics - Run Jump Throw Wheel - Program Leaders (Saskatoon)
Run Jump Throw Wheel (RJTW) is a nationally recognized physical literacy program aimed at the development of fundamental movement skills. The program is progressive, beginning with basic fundamental movement patterns and culminating in advanced skill development through track and field inspired games, activities, and skill challenges taught by instructors specifically trained to teach running, jumping, throwing, and wheeling (for children in wheelchairs).

 
Saskatchewan Sailing Clubs Association (SSCA) - Program Director/Coach
The Saskatchewan Sailing Clubs Association has historically had one permanent staff position. This person fills the roles of Program Director (formerly Executive Director & Technical Director) and Provincial Coach, working under the supervision of the President of the SSCA. The permanent staff person is responsible for the planning, general management and performance of activities to accomplish the goals of the SSCA as described in the current version of SSCA Long Range Plans. The SSCA Board of Directors will provide support for permanent and temporary employees. The permanent staff person is responsible for supervising temporary employees such as Mobile Sailing School coaches.

 
Saskatchewan Sailing Clubs Association (SSCA) - Program Director
The Program Director of Saskatchewan Sailing Clubs Association has leadership responsibility for the administration, financial management, communication, planning coordination for all administrative and technical components. The Program Director repmts to the President of the Saskatchewan Sailing Clubs Association (SSCA). The Provincial Coach/Sailing School Director reports to Program Director.

 
Lakeland District for Sport, Culture and Recreation - Youth Consultant
The LDSCR is looking to fill the position of Youth Consultant. Based out of Prince Albert, this is a permanent, full-time position. As the LDSCR Youth Consultant you would be responsible for the management, coordination and facilitation of all activities related to the LDSCR�s youth leadership development and after school program initiatives.

 

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