By Dan Elliot, National Manager – On-Snow Training (firstname.lastname@example.org)
There is an opening to be a part of the national on-snow team. We are looking to fill the position of national alpine on-snow coordinator. As the alpine on-snow coordinator, you will be responsible to represent alpine on snow concerns for all disciplines on the national on-snow team and the training and development committee (TDC). The job description for this position can be viewed here.
- Ensure all on snow sections of the CSP educational collaterals (CSP On Patrol Manual) are up to date and accurate for a consistent national application.
- To act as a support for division on snow directors.
- Team members must have good time-management skills, the ability to express themselves clearly verbally and in written form, work within the team to meet the goals and objectives, and, have a good understanding of the CSP on snow program.
- Team members must have at least five years of patrol experience and be an active regular member with day-to-day patrol experience.
- Qualified and active as either an instructor or instructor trainer in on snow.
- Regional diversity will be considered within the pool of applicants.
If you want to be part of a great team and get a real sense of what on snow training comprises across the CSP this is the team to be part of.
Applications must include the following:
- A patrol CV, including all CSP experience, positions held (current or past), recognitions received, length of service, as well as any pertinent information from your personal/professional life which is relevant.
- A cover letter which includes your reasons for wanting to be part of the team, and what you can bring to the position.
- The names of two references.
Please note – your zone and/or division president will be contacted to indicate that you have applied for the position.
Applications must be received not later than December 31, 2021. Please send to National Manager of On Snow Training Dan Elliot (email@example.com). If you have questions, please feel free to contact Dan.
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