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Eastern Region

The Shawnee Peak Race Team (SPRT) in Bridgton Maine is seeking a Head Coach/Program Administrator for our weekend alpine race program. Our season starts with Saturdays in late November and shifts to Saturday, Sundays and vacation periods in late December. The ideal candidate will possess a strong skiing background and desire to help young athletes achieve their maximum potential on the race course. Effective communication with athletes and parents is imperative. A USSA Level 100 or above certification is preferred. If you are interested in being part of a great team, please contact Keith Pelletier at shawneepeakraceteam@gmail.com

SPRT is also seeking energetic and skilled coaches to lead our U10, 12, 14 and 16 groups into battle on the hill. Those interested, please contact Keith Pelletier at shawneepeakraceteam@gmail.com 

Posted 10.12.17


New Canaan High School Ski Team Coach, CT is seeking alpine ski team coach. 

full job description here

Posted 10.03.17


Pats Peak Ski Team, NH (PPST) is looking for coaches to work primarily with our expanding U10, U12 and U14 programs.  Come join our dedicated, experienced, and fun group of coaches.  Our season runs from Thanksgiving through the end of March, training weekends and Christmas holidays.  Additional opportunities exist for night training, Tuesday-Thursday.  Ideal candidates should have a solid ski racing foundation and a positive attitude.  Additional experience working with youth athletes a strong plus.  USSA Level 100 or higher certification a plus but not required.  And, PPST will support pursuit of initial or additional USSA certifications.  Compensation based on experience and qualifications.  

 
For more information, please contact Andy Locke, PPST Program Director -aklocke@comcast.net
 
Posted 09.27.17

Williams College, MA is seeking assistant coach alpine skiingWilliams College invites applications for the position of Assistant Coach of Alpine Skiing for the 2017-18 season. This is a full-time, academic year, 1-year term assignment with the possibility of renewal.The Assistant Coach is responsible for providing assistance to the Head Coach in all aspects of the program, including but not limited to athlete development, administrative duties, assistance with workout planning, recruiting, equipment management, travel, video and feedback on the hill, and duties as assigned by the head coach.Bachelor’s degree and collegiate racing experience preferred.  Successful candidates will be self-motivated and possess the ability to recruit, teach and coach highly talented student-athletes who can succeed in a challenging academic environment; a knowledge and commitment to NCAA and NESCAC rules and effective communication skills is required.  Employment at Williams is contingent on the verification of background information submitted by the applicant, including the completion of a criminal record check, and education when applicable. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

To apply for this position, please visit http://employment.williams.edu/staff/. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us via phone at (413) 597-4247 or email at hr@williams.edu.

The core of the Williams Ski Program is the belief that the twin concepts of team and ownership will allow Ski Team members to grow as athletes and as people. The team trains primarily at Jiminy Peak - just twenty minutes from campus. The mountain has a high speed six pack chairlift, demanding terrain and a great relationship with the program. This has been one of our biggest assets. We also train at Berkshire East to add variety for the athletes. Forty minutes away, this mountain provides terrain to work on gliding and a more gradual touch on the edges. Williams has a strong track record of helping athletes improve throughout their college career. Williams College is a coeducational liberal arts institution located in the Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts. The College is committed to building and supporting a diverse population of approximately 2,000 students, and to fostering an inclusive faculty, staff and curriculum. Williams has built its reputation on outstanding teaching and scholarship and on the academic excellence of its students.  Please visit the Williams College website (http://www.williams.edu). 

Posted 09.11.17


Ragged Mountain Resort in Danbury, NH is looking for a weekend Head Freestyle Coach to grow a new Freestyle program. This program will focus in all areas of USSA moguls and USASA freeride teams. This first year the Team will be limited to 6 athletes ages 10-14 with an advanced, prerequisite ability. Ragged Mountain Resort boast 250 skiable acres across two peaks, both serviced by high speed detachable lifts, including NH’s only 6-person lift, 57 trails, 17 glades, 3 terrain parks, and top to bottom beginner trails. The Parks Program has seen a recent growth in both the terrain features and layout, and the events that are being hosted. Events include USASA Slope Style, Rail Jam and Boarder Cross, plus grassroots events that are starting to build local following like Squared Up, Bump N’ Jump, and Back in the Day. The Ragged Mountain Park Team works tirelessly to build flow throughout the park featuring progressive features which have started to draw the attention of several local pros and media. Features and Events have been published on Snowboarder.com and other regional pieces.

Job Description 

To apply for this position please review the Job Description attached to this ad and email both g.mountford@raggedmountainresort.com (Alpine Program Director) and bryan.harper@raggedmountainresort.com (Parks Manager) for consideration. 

Posted 08.30.17


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 08.24.17


Kimball Union Academy in Meriden, NH is seeking a highly qualified assistant alpine ski coach.  Qualifications: Racing/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.Available to start 2nd week of November for dryland training.   Season runs through mid-March. Early season training trip to Colorado from mid-December to before Christmas. This coach will work with athletes racing in prep school league racing program and also with athletes racing in USSA U16 and U19 competition.This posting will remain open until filled.  A background check is required. This is a part-time, non-benefited position. Kimball Union is an equal opportunity employer.

Please inquire for further details at hr@kua.org.

Posted 08.24.17


Cochran’s Ski Club, VT is seeking coaches for the 2017/18 season! Cochran’s Ski Area is the first non-profit ski area in the nation and is located in Richmond, VT.   The Ski Club is a family-focused, energetic group dedicated to alpine ski training and racing for the U8 through U19 age groups.  Much of weekday training is at Cochran’s Ski Area, with occasional larger mountain training at Stowe and other nearby areas.  Younger athletes race Northern VARA council races and older athletes compete throughout Vermont and New England. While the focus is on racing, our coaching staff strives to foster a love of skiing in the Cochran tradition.  We take great pride in consistently putting on high quality races and having fun while doing it.  

Weekend dryland training starts in September and our season runs through early April.  We have a couple of key events, including our annual November ski sale and Rope-a-thon, with which we expect coaching staff will help out.  We are seeking coaches to complement our existing staff and we have coaching needs for both younger and older (high school age) age groups. 

If you have racing and/or coaching experience and have the interest and enthusiasm we’re looking for, please contact Head Coach Lindy Cochran-Kelley (lindycochran@aol.com, (802)-355-0459) or Ski Club Board member Karl Goetze (kgoetze@gmavt.net, (802)-434-5540).

Full Job Description Here

Posted 08.21.17


Northwood School, NY is seeking an Assistant Alpine Ski Coach / Technician and would help support the Alpine Director of Northwood School

Full Job Description Here

Posted 08.18.19


Greek Peak, NY is seeking Qualified Alpine Ski Coaches. Positions available from U8--U19 coaches. Greek Peak is close driving distance from the following Universities:

  • Cornell
  • Cortland
  • Ithaca
  • Binghamton

Pay will be based on experience, education, & availability.

Interested, please contact:

Nick Brewster Program Director/ Head Coach Greek Peak Ski Club

nickfromny@gmail.com or 607 222-4827 cell

Posted 07.31.17


The National Winter Activity Center (NWAC), Vernon, NJ is seeking a Program Director to oversee and manage the competitive programs segment of its comprehensive deliverable “Elev8”. 

Full Job Description Here

Posted 07.17.17


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

 

Rocky/Central Region

Ausblick Ski Race Team –  Wisconsin is seeking alpine race coaches for its U8-U19 alpine racing program for the 2017-2018 season.  This seasonal position runs from mid-December through mid-March, 2-3 days per week (training occurs 3 days a week with a holiday camp in late December).  There is flexibility regarding individual coaching schedules depending on individual availability.  Ausblick athletes compete in the local WJR (Wisconsin Junior Racing) race league and at USSA/FIS events.

If interested, please contact Mike Guetzke (Head Coach) at Michael.guetzke@guetzkeinc.com

Posted 08.29.17


Team Breckenridge Sports Club, CO is seeking applicants for the position of: Alpine Devo Coach and Alpine Devo Competition Coach.  This is an exciting opportunity as Team Breckenridge Sports Club continues to grow our athletic base and growth among an excellent staff and organization of athletes.

For further information:

Job Posting Link Click Here

Posted 08.24.17


Team Summit, Colorado - Team Summit Colorado’s mission:  We are a youth development organization empowering our athletes to realize and celebrate their personal podiums through athletics, education, and life skills by participating in innovative programming at our world class venues. We believe the lessons learned on the mountain through skiing and snowboarding builds world-class athletes and community leaders and will serve the athletes long after their competitive careers are over. Our philosophy is to provide a safe and fun, competitive, goal–oriented environment where all athletes can find success—whether learning the fundamentals of skiing and snowboarding, or competing at the highest levels. 

Team Summit Colorado is now hiring seasonal coaches for our Intro to Team Summit program for the 2017-18 season. Come join the Team Summit crew coaching athletes on snow and sharing the life skills that come with it! This program is designed to introduce young skiers to the full spectrum of skiing skills and environments, including free skiing, racing, moguls, variable terrain, as well as park and pipe. Ideal applicants should have a competitive snowsports background and/or PSIA or USSA certifications. The on-snow programming takes place on Saturdays from the beginning of December through the end of March, with programs taking place at Breckenridge, Keystone, Arapahoe Basin, and Copper Mountain.  Coaches in Team Summit’s Intro to Ski program receive a season’s pass for the mountain(s) at which they coach. Come join the fun and help the next generation of rippers reach their goals!

  1. Freeski Programs: We are currently hiring seasonal coaches for our Intro to Freeski and Moguls programs. Our Freeski programs follow a progression based format allowing our athletes to safely improve their skills at a rate they are comfortable with.  Athletes utilize the proper facilities, including Woodward at Copper, Team Trampolines and Water Ramps in order to perfect their skills prior to applying them to snow.  Come join the fun and help our athletes achieve their personal podiums!
  2. Snowboarding Programs: at Team Summit Colorado is flourishing and we are hiring Head Coaches for our Intro to Team Summit,  Intro to Snowboard and U12 Snowboard Comp programs. Coach for us and be a part of this awesome team!
  3. Alpine Programs: Alpine Head Coach position is avaialbable for our full-time programs. Learn more here! Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to: Troy@teamsummit.org.

We're Hiring!  Apply online at:  https://teamsummit.org/careers/

Posted 08.14.17


Northwestern Alpine Ski Academy (NASA), MI is seeking a Program Director. 

Full Job Description Here

Posted 08.01.17


 

Eldora Mountain Ski & Snowboard, CO  Alpine Program Ski Coaches / Alpine Competitive Freestyle Team. 

EMSC is seeking experienced coaches for our U10 – 16 winter alpine programs, including the Competitive Freestyle Team (slopestyle / Big Mountain / ski and snowboard). Seasonal positions require on-hill coaching duties, weekend travel, weekday training, along with holiday camp training blocks over November and December.  Alpine programs consist of fall dryland training, with full commitment from November through April.  The Alpine Program (U10 – U16) is primarily a weekend based program, with weekday afternoon training and afterschool options for athletes.  Part Time Coaching responsibilities focus on weekends throughout the season.  Full Time opportunities consist of on-snow training Tue – Friday (afternoons/evenings), with weekend training, and holiday camps.  The Competitive Freestyle Team program is limited to 30 qualified athletes, and further follows the USASA, IFSA and Rocky Mtn Region competition series.  EMSC Freestyle Athletes focus specifically on slopestyle and big mountain competition elements.   Coaches should have excellent communication skills, demonstrate collaboration and professionalism among all EMSC alpine programs and Eldora Resort Staff, and further have certification within USSA, USASA, PSIA and IFSA based upon position selection.   Additional responsibilities will include athletic instruction with dryland conditioning, team travel driving responsibilities, along with extended periods working outdoors assisting with competitions, training, setting Bnet and maintaining equipment throughout the season.

Interested candidates should submit application to Trish@Lertprograms.com

Posted 06.29.17


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

 

Western Region

Auburn Ski Club, CA ASC Training Center is a non-profit winter sports facility on Donner Summit and we’ve been dedicated to promoting a lifelong passion for winter sports for athletes and families since 1928! Join the team for our 90th Anniversary season! Alpine Ski Coaches/ Instructors: Must have a passion for working with kids & teens in the winter environment. Entry level to highly experience needed. Freestyle, Gates and All Mtn. disciplines. PSIA instruction & USSA a plus. Mandatory DOJ screening. Starts at $12/hr. DOE. Part time, seasonal positions. Weekends & weeknight shifts available. Benefits include Boreal Mtn. Resort and Squaw/Alpine season passes!  

please send intro and resume to:
Alpine Program Director Keith Prawalsky

Posted 10.06.17

 

Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation, ID is seeking a Mogul Program Director. 

Full Job Description Here

Posted 08.30.17


The National Ability Center, UT is currently in the process of hiring for a Para Alpine Team Coach.  Qualified candidates do not need experience in the Para Alpine world, but excitement to learn and creativity in the sport of alpine ski racing  is a must.  Any level of current US Ski and Snowboard certification is also preferred. The Alpine Team Coach is responsible for supporting the Alpine Team Head Coach in the implementation of a full time training and competition program working with athletes of all Paralympic classifiable abilities (Visually Impaired, Standing, and sitting) ranging in competition experience from entry level thru Elite Paralympic and Para World Championship medalists. This position, will work hand in hand with the head coach, NAC staff, and volunteers in assisting in the overall development of the athletes and the program.

The National Ability Center is a US Paralympic gold level sports club, and has a culture of excellence within a strong athletic community.

If you are interested in joining our team or have any questions regarding the position or Para Sport, please contact Erik at erikl@discovernac.org before Sept 15, 2017

Posted 07.13.17


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


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

 

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