Club Administrator Wanted

About Us

Since 1992, Mayfield Figure Skating Club has been providing skating programs to families in the west end of Edmonton. We are a smaller club committed to making a difference in the lives of our skaters. We are run by a volunteer Board of Directors made up of parents who have children in our skating programs. We are a Skate Canada club. Our programs run September-June each year.

We are currently looking for a Club Administrator. This is a contract position. The successful candidate will be organized, committed, a team player, customer-focused and a highly motivated professional who strives for quality and excellence.

Requirements

The successful candidate(s) will:

  • Have previous administrator experience, ideally within a non-profit organization
  • Knowledge of Uplifter platform, or the ability to learn quickly on the job. Training will be provided.
  • A general knowledge of Skate Canada and the NCCP program is an asset
  • Proficiency in keyboarding and computer skills (email, spreadsheets and Quickbooks)

Roles & Responsibilities

  • Maintain the Clubs’ Skate Canada Membership site, including tests and registrants account information
  • Be the main point of contact for the club via email and phone
  • Respond to all requests in a timely manner
  • Maintain the Clubs’ website, Uplifter, Instagram and Facebook page
  • Attend executive meetings as required
  • Support the coaches and executives in all administrative tasks as needed including Club events, selling Club merchandise and processing payments
  • Maintain positive relations with the City, SkateCanada, other figure skating clubs and the MFSC Board of Directors
  • Promote MFSC in a positive manner
  • Ensure deadlines are met

Skills

The successful candidate will be strong in written and oral communication, organizational and customer service skills. You must be a self starter; someone who takes initiative and an organized individual with problem solving capabilities. The ability to work independently as well as collaborate with the executive, coaches, and volunteers is imperative.

Time Commitment

On average, 13.5 hours per week:

Tuesday 5:00-7:00PM
Wednesday 3:30-7:30PM
Thursday 3:30-7:00PM
Saturday 12noon-4:00PM

Skating Programs

CanSkate, STARSkate and CanPowerSkate

Application Deadline

October 15, 2020 or until a suitable candidate is found.

Contact Information

Please send your resume and cover letter to:

[email protected]

Substitute Coaches Wanted

About Us

Since 1992, Mayfield Figure Skating Club has been providing
skating programs to families in the west end of Edmonton.
We are a smaller club committed to making a difference in
the lives of our skaters. We are run by a volunteer Board of
Directors made up of parents who have children in our
skating programs. We are a Skate Canada club. Our
programs run September-June each year.

We are looking for CanSkate and STARSkate substitute coaches.

Requirements

The successful candidate(s) will:

  • Be a Skate Canada registered coach in good standing
  • Provide a copy of your coach dashboard
  • Be at least CanSkate In Training for coaching CanSkate
  • Be at least STARSkate in Training for coaching STARSkate
  • Have taken the STAR 1-5 Training and Assessing Modules to coach STARSkate

Roles & Responsibilities

  • Follow Skate Canada Delivery Standards
  • Instruct CanSkate and/or STARSkate
  • Provide quality lessons to participants in all levels
  • Be a team player

Skills

The successful candidate will:

  • Be a self-starter, organized, highly motivated, enthusiastic and reliable
  • Be able to multitask and think under pressure
  • Have strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Be familiar with all disciplines of dance, skills, free skate and interpretive.

Time Commitment

As needed.

Skating Programs

Pre-CanSkate, CanSkate and STARSkate

Application Deadline

Until suitable candidates are found.

Contact Information

Please send your resume to:
[email protected]

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