Head Coach Wanted – Youth Skier Development Program
The Castlegar Nordic Ski Club is looking for a Head Coach for our Youth Skier Development Program. This is a paid seasonal position, directly coaching young skiers and providing support to volunteer coaches and parent helpers.
Program sessions will run on Saturday afternoons from approx late December to March. If you have the skills and experience for this challenging and rewarding part-time position, or wish additional information, please contact: Nicole Hergert, Program Coordinator at: [email protected].
Volunteer Fee Collectors and Cabin Wardens Needed
Our club is a non-profit organization that relies on volunteers to provide an exceptional ski experience to our membership and guests. Fee Collection is critical in meeting our costs and keeping our membership fees low. Individuals who volunteer for 4 or more days of fee collection will receive a free individual membership for next season!
Our cabins are also a key part of the excellent skiing experience we offer. To ensure our cabins and outhouses are maintained throughout the season as well, we have adopted a cabin warden program. This involves keeping the cabins and outhouses clean and well stocked throughout the season – generally a once-a-week process. Wardens can be individuals, family groups, friend groups etc.
If you are interested in volunteering for one or more days for fee collection or for all or part of the season as a cabin warden, please contact Chris and Kathy Sykes through the club Contact page or direct email at [email protected].
Volunteer Director Opportunities
The Castlegar Nordic Ski Club focusses on providing an exceptional recreational skiing opportunity in an amazing natural setting for individuals and families of all abililities. The club is currently looking for individuals with energy and ideas to join our Executive team as volunteer Directors.
Directors of the club attend Executive meetings (approx. 6 per year) and meetings of the general membership (2 per year) and have an equal vote in all Executive decisions. Directors contribute their ideas and time to club initiatives, projects and a ‘portfolio’ of responsibilities to continuously improve the club’s operations and infrastructure for the enjoyment of all our members and day-use visitors.
If you would like to participate in decision-making and building the future of our Club through a Directorship role, or if you’d like more information, please contact Al Skakun, Secretary/Director, through the club Contact page or direct email at [email protected].