EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Are you over 18 years of age and an experienced freestyle Snowboarder based in the GTA?

 

If the answer is yes, you may be interested in a position as a coach on our coaching team.

At the Senders we pride ourselves on helping to develop and influence young Snowboarders.

We cater to all levels of riders and have positions available to coach and develop at all levels.  Our coaches develop opportunities to Snowboard for income and travel to some of the most incredible Snowboarding locations in the World.  This year alone 5 of our coaches get to travel to Saas Fee in Switzerland and our most advanced competitive coaches get to travel internationally on an event circuit.  It's like being a Pro Snowboarder without the inherent physical risks!

 

Coaching positions are currently available for Snowboarders to fill the following positions:

 

Beginner Freestyle Coach x 2

Riding ability:

Applicants Should be a strong rider on the ground, capable of riding normal and switch with good carving skills.  Should be able to perform strong straight airs and 180s.  Rails: should be able to hit ride-on features

Any further riding skills are an asset.

Personal Attributes: 

Should be friendly, punctual, patient and posses strong communication skills.  Must be willing to work with a team of like-minded coaches.  Previous coaching experience an asset, but not mandatory.  The coaching applicant will be working with our youngest team riders from the ages of 7-12 and must be responsible and reliable.  Must be open to feedback and increased learning opportunities from our experienced coaches.

 

Certifications Required: 

Must complete the Canada Snowboard Competition Intro Course.  Course consists of 3 days on snow in early December.  Bursaries are available to reimburse course fees, contact us for details. This is a minimum requirement for our insurance policy.  CASI Level 1 or 2 would be an asset at this level.  All coaches must also complete on online criminal background check and vulnerable sector search.

Level of riders applicant will be working with:

Young riders aged between 7-12 looking to learn how to safely use a terrain park, turn and control their Snowboard, Learn the most basic foundational freestyle skills including  basic jumping and grabs, Boxes and ride-on rails.  Opportunities to grow and further coaching beyond that level exist within our structure and organization.

Schedule:

9:00am-3:30pm with 1/2 hour lunch break, Saturday/Sunday in season according to the following Schedule..

November 30/31 Training Weekend

December 7/8,14/15,21/22,28,29 Shadow and assistant days with regular program coaches

January 4th, First Day of program coaching

5/11/12/18/19/25/26

February 1/2/8/9/15/16/22/23/29

March 1 Last day of Program (Possibility of further extended dates)

Compensation:

Pay rates start at $20.00 per hour and increase yearly based on experience, team member feedback and fellow coach feedback.

A full Mt. St. Louis-Moonstone seasons pass is also provided. (Cost refunded if already purchased).

To Apply:

Please Contact Us with an application consisting of a list of your previous relative experience with Snowboarding and/or coaching, along with the position you are applying for.  Applicants will need to include links to footage of them riding in order to be considered.

Intermediate Freestyle Coach x 2

Riding Ability:

Should be a strong rider, capable of performing solid spins up to 360 or 540, basic slides and presses on rails, spins on/off and basic inverts an asset but not required.  Smooth riding style an asset.  Competitive experience an asset.

Personal Attributes: 

Should be friendly, punctual, patient and posses strong communication skills.  Must be willing to work with a team of like-minded coaches.  Previous coaching experience an asset, but not mandatory.  The coaching applicant will be working with our intermediate team riders from the ages of 13 and up and must be responsible and reliable.  Must be open to feedback and increased learning opportunities from our experienced coaches.

 

Level of riders applicant will be working with:

Young teenage riders looking to learn 180s, 360s, 540s, boardslides and presses.  Opportunities to grow and further coaching beyond that level exist within our structure and organization.

On Snow Working Schedule: 9:00am-3:30pm with 1/2 hour lunch break

Certifications Required: 

Must complete the Canada Snowboard Competition Intro Course.  Course consists of 3 days on snow in early December.  Bursaries are available to reimburse course fees, contact us for details. This is a minimum requirement for our insurance policy. All coaches must also complete on online criminal background check and vulnerable sector search.

Schedule:

9:00am-3:30pm Saturday/Sundays in season according to the following Schedule..

November 30/31 Training Weekend

December 7/8,14/15,21/22,28,29 Shadow and assistant days with regular program coaches

January 4th, First Day of program coaching

5/11/12/18/19/25/26

February 1/2/8/9/15/16/22/23/29

March 1/7/8/14/15 Last day of Program (Possibility of further extended dates)

Compensation:

Pay rates start at $20.00 per hour and increase yearly based on experience, team member feedback and fellow coach feedback.

A full Mt. St. Louis-Moonstone seasons pass is also provided. (Cost refunded if already purchased).

To Apply:

Please Contact Us with an application consisting of a list of your previous relative experience with Snowboarding and/or coaching, along with the position you are applying for.  Applicants will need to include links to footage of them riding in order to be considered.

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