Assistant Program Coordinator Job Description
The Learn to Play Program is designed to be a young person`s introduction to the sport of Softball. The emphasis is on FUN, ACTION, and a POSITIVE ATMOSPHERE, with a gradual introduction to non- stressful competition. The Learn provides children aged 5-10 with maximum opportunity to practice the skills necessary to successfully take part in the (adult) game of Softball.
The Program Assistant is responsible for assisting the Program Coordinator with administration of the Learn to Play Softball program within the structure of Softball British Columbia including but not limited to:
Make contacts for potential Learn To Play Programs delivered through schools, community recreation centers and local minor associations
Coordinate and attend special events, community and school programs
Assist in the development of regional community engagement events to promote softball outside the lower mainland
Keep detailed records of school programs and participant data needed for funding applications
Other administrative duties as assigned
Collaborate with and report directly to Program Coordinator
Part-time employment 10 -12 hours/week beginning January 2011
Energetic and self motivated
Students/Graduates of Recreation/Physical Education/Early Childhood Education/ Elementary Education/Coaching programs encouraged to apply
Experience playing/coaching softball would be a huge asset
- Candidates should possess strong organizational and communication skills, adaptability and the ability to multitask.
Softball BC is looking to hire 4 Assistant Program Coordinators
- Prince George
- Lower Mainland
For more information or to forward your Resume & Cover Letter please contact:
Attention: Louise Gaborieau, Softball BC Program Coordinator
Mail: PO Box 45570, Sunnyside Mall, Surrey, BC V4A 9N3
December 20, 2010, by 4:30pm
Interviews will be held in early January. We thank all applicants but only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.