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Position: Job Inventory - Specialist, Advanced Sport

Competition Number: 2019-EX-EN-52534147-01
Competition posting date: 2019-05-21
Competition closing date: 2020-05-18

Recreation, Cultural & Facility Services Department, Community Recreation & Cultural Programs
1 or More Part-Time Continuous Positions - Up to 24 hours per week
Various shifts: days, evenings, and weekends
Affiliation: CUPE 503 PT RC & Aquatics
Salary: $28.282 to $37.898 per hour (2019 rates of pay)
Location: This position is available in multiple locations
Category: Ongoing Inventories
Employment Group: Recreation and Culture

Job Summary

The Advanced Sport Specialist is responsible for planning and implementing program content and for the instruction, coaching or coordination of advanced sport programs.

Education & Experience

Post Secondary Education desirable

Minimum (5) years demonstrated teaching experience or equivalent apprenticeship.

*Experience and formal training combined with demonstrated performance and ability may substitute for stipulated academic requirements.

Language, Certificates & Licenses



English oral, reading, writing required
French oral, reading, writing is considered an asset
Current Standard First Aid/CPR "C" certification
Current Automated External Defibrillator (A.E.D.) certification
AODA Accessibility Training
Minimum of Level 1 Certification required of Specialized Area or proven experience, training and ability
Vulnerable Sector Check
Note: Under the age of 18, requires a Criminal Record and Judicial Matters check in place of the Vulnerable Sector Check.



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