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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.

Canoe Kayak Saskatchewan (CKS) - Provincial Coach-North
Closing Date: March 8, 2017
Working in partnership with CKS and the Provincial Coach-South, the Provincial Coach-North will primarily be responsible for developing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating the provincial sprint high performance training program. This will include developmental programs aimed at increasing the pool of high performance athletes at the Saskatoon Racing Canoe Club and northern paddling clubs in the province.

Special Olympics Saskatchewan (SOS) - Operations Coordinator
Closing Date: March 15, 2017
The Operations Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the office management, finances and records of Special Olympics Saskatchewan (SOS), in compliance with the requirements for charitable organizations. The Operations Coordinator plays an executive support role to the CEO and Provincial Board of Directors.

Saskatchewan Soccer Association (SSA) - Director of Soccer Operations
Closing Date: March 24, 2017
The Saskatchewan Soccer Association (SSA) is one of the largest sport governing bodies in Saskatchewan, serving over 42,000 Indoor and Outdoor registrants across more than 60 Member Organizations. The SSA is a dynamic and growing organization that takes pride in delivering quality programs and services that encourage life-long participation in the world’s most popular sport. In 2017, the SSA will begin implementation of a new Strategic Plan, which aims to further the SSA’s mission, “To develop great people and connect healthy communities in Saskatchewan through lifelong participation in soccer”. Focusing on six core strategic areas – players, coaches, referees, organization (SSA itself), membership, and community – the Plan defines what activities the SSA will engage in to develop the game, and where its associated energy and investment will be deployed in the coming years.

Saskatoon Youth Soccer - Youth Program Coordinator
Closing Date: April 3, 2017
Saskatoon Youth Soccer Inc. is a non-profit organization which manages and operates all soccer leagues for ages 4 to 19 in Saskatoon for both indoor and outdoor seasons. We organize six tournaments, eight full day jamborees, and host one provincial competition each year. We have a small office team of four people who coordinate and manage the league operations along with countless volunteers who assist in registrations, tryouts, team formation, and coach recruitment/management in each area of the city. The city is divided into five geographical Zones administering U8 & U10 Development Leagues and U12 – U20 and 36 Community Associations administering U6 – U10 age groups. We report to a volunteer Board of Directors and are accountable to the provincial sport governing body, Saskatchewan Soccer Association. We are not operated by the City of Saskatoon, which is a common misconception.

Lakeshore Tennis Club Manager - Seasonal Position (May-Sept 1, 2017)
Responsible for general oversight and management of the Lakeshore Tennis Club, member services, administrative services, as well as event organization and tournament facilitation.

 

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