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NYL is seeking a candidate with extensive experience in grant writing, program management, and youth work for the position of Project Director.
The Project Director is responsible for all aspects of planning, implementing and evaluating NYL’s remote wilderness programming. This includes grant writing and donor stewardship, organizing camp logistics, assessing and managing risk, leading land-based camp activities, maintaining budgets, writing reports, building partnerships, and developing and adapting camp content. The Project Director is also responsible for mentoring and training youth staff through the Leadership Development Program.
Application deadline: Sunday, August 23rd, 2020
For more information on the position and application instructions please see the full job description below:
This unique combined sport position will be full-time (negotiable) providing services to both organizations. The incumbent will be the primary contact for each organization and provide day-to-day duties in all areas on behalf of the respective Boards and association members.
This is a hands-on role for someone who is energized by being a part of growing organizations in an exciting and dynamic sporting community. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to play a lead role in the growth of grassroots, competitive and recreational participation in these sports across the Northwest Territories.
Responsibilities include but not limited to: communications, event and activity coordination, budgeting, marketing, annual registration, membership affiliation and assisting with strategic planning and annual reporting to funders.
The Aboriginal Sports Circle of the Northwest Territories (ASCNWT) is looking to recruit, train and mentor an intern as a new sport program staff member with ASCNWT. The position is a 2-year contract position from September 2020 and will finish September 2022.
The Intern is responsible for the 2020 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) management, Indigenous coach development, and ASCNWT program assistance. The internship will be used as a support position to help deliver Team NT for NAIG, partnering with Territorial Sport Organizations (TSO’s) to identify potential coaches and to establish coaching development strategies as well as to assist with ASCNWT’s community development and event management.
The successful candidate will have experience and education in sport and recreation studies, business, event management, indigenous studies or any other related field. Training or experience with Adobe, Photoshop and website management is considered an asset.
Application deadline: September 4, 2020
The City of Yellowknife is currently seeking qualified individuals to work part-time casual hours as Lifeguards, Instructors, Pool Assistants, and Cashiers with the Community Services Department.
Under the direction of the Pool Supervisor, Pool Staff provide constant safety supervision, assist with special events, and complete necessary administrative work associated with programs, accidents, incidents, and cleaning.
- All Positions requires current First Aid Award/CPR Basic Rescuer;
- Pool Assistants must have: Bronze Medallion and Bronze Cross;
- Instructors must have: Red Cross Water Safety Instructor, Bronze Medallion and Bronze Cross;
- Lifeguards must have: National Lifeguard Service;
- Cashiers will be trained on cash procedures.