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Responsibilities include working with youth between the ages of 8-12 (“Free Play Year Round” program) and ages 13-18 (“Free Play Pathway to Leadership” program) by facilitating online and in person programming in collaboration with Free Play Youth Leaders and other team members.
Successful candidates would begin in July (Tues/Wed/Thurs Evenings) at our summer camps, to begin training and learn the job. Tryouts will begin Mid/Late August, and the season will run until February or March, depending on team success. Successful candidates will be expected to attend all team practices/tournaments/ and games. Most evenings and weekends will be spent at the rink, being paid to watch hockey, tend to injuries, and make everlasting memories with your team.
The Fitness Attendant position is ideal for someone pursuing a career in sports, fitness, health, or recreation. Previous experience with fitness instruction or youth programs is an asset. The Fitness Attendant assist with monitoring the fitness area to ensure proper use of equipment, regular cleaning and maintenance and assisting with special events when required,
The Program Coordinator (PC) positions within Campus & Community Recreation (CCR) coordinates the day-to-day operations of Campus & Community Recreation student-led activities. The PC assists with the development, administration and evaluation of recreation programs for the University Community and general public on north and south campus. The PC is responsible for error correction, coaching and scheduling of student, casual and contract staff, program delivery, facility coordination and risk management of designated program areas of Campus & Community Recreation.