Do you love volleyball? Volleyball BC is an amazing place to work, offering employees the opportunity to further the advancement of sport and athletics in British Columbia by working for a respected and fun non-profit organization.

Both full time and part time openings will be posted in the sections below as positions come available. Summer staff are required on an annual basis and the hiring process begins in February.

Full-Time Positions

Coach Development Manager

We are looking for a qualified and enthusiastic individual to help drive coach development in the province of BC.  Under the direction of the Technical Director, the Coach Development Manager is responsible for the organization, administration and management of coach development throughout the province.  Main duties include planning, promoting, implementing and evaluating coach development programs that support coaches across the sport for life model in BC with their certification and on-going development.

Full Job Posting HERE

Application Deadline – March 9 2020

Part-Time Positions

Adult League Coordinator

Volleyball BC runs Adult Indoor Leagues in the fall (September until December) and winter (January until April) seasons across the Lower Mainland.

Successful candidates will be outgoing, responsible, and hard working.  Responsibilities include assisting with net set-up, hosting captains’ meetings, communicating with league participants, collecting scores, scheduling, updating the website (including league standings on Google Docs), and facilitating prize giveaways.  League Coordinators will be in regular communication with the Adult Program Manager.

Available League Coordinator Positions:

League shifts at Tupper will run 6:45pm – 10pm.  Some additional administrative work may take place outside of these hours.  League Coordinators will be paid $40/night.

 

Friday Tupper Secondary Coed 6s – February 7th to April 24th

 

Qualifications:

Knowledgeable about the game of volleyball an asset

Good organizational, administrative, and communication skills

Proactive attitude and strong interpersonal skills

Education in sport administration, kinesiology, marketing, and communications an asset

Standard first aid certification an asset

Access to reliable transportation

 

How to Apply:   

Send resumé and cover letter to Erinne Babcock ASAP.  Applications will be reviewed as they are submitted. Winter Indoor Leagues begin in January 2020.

 

Email: adult@volleyballbc.org

 

In Person: Volleyball BC, 7564 Barnet Highway, Burnaby BC, V5A 1E7.

Volunteer Positions

There are no other positions available at this time. Please check back again in June for opportunities to volunteer for The Vancouver Open.

Summer Staff Positions

VBC’s summer programs involve over five hundred teams playing in weeknight leagues and three hundred teams playing in weekend tournaments from April to August.  We are looking for enthusiastic, qualified individuals to coordinate our summer programs.  Successful candidates will be outgoing, responsible, self-motivated and strong team players.  Staff must be available to work weekends and evenings as well as a few office hours.  They must be comfortable working outdoors in all weather conditions, doing some heavy lifting, and interacting with participants, staff, and volunteers.

 

Current Positions:

  1. Full-time Event Coordinators (up to 5 positions)
  • 35 hours/week for up to 20 weeks at $15.00/hour
  • April 15 – August 31 (start and end dates are flexible)
  • Responsibilities:
    • Coordinate events including: facilitating leagues and tournaments, set up and take down of leagues and tournaments, website upkeep, administrative office duties, planning social events, supporting high profile tournaments, completing event report forms, equipment inventory, coaching, and maintenance.
    • Marketing/promotion including: recruitment of participants, ongoing communication with participants, and special event promotion.
  • Applicants must meet the Canada Summer Jobs Eligibility Criteria: be between the ages of 15 and 30; be a Canadian citizen, a permanent resident or hold refugee status; have a valid SIN

 

  1. Lower Mainland Summer Student (1 position)
  • 35 hours/week for up to 20 weeks at $15.00/hour
  • April 15 – August 31 (start and end dates are flexible)
  • Responsibilities:
    • Assist in coordination of youth beach tournaments and clinics including: promotion, registration, organize & set-up equipment, provide customer service for coaches & participants, develop schedule, record results
    • Assist with high performance development including: delivery of 14U & 16U Baden Cup Selection Camp, provide input for coach selection, assist Lower Mainland Regional Manager with administrative tasks
    • Implement Indoor Camps including: promotion, registration, liaising with coaches and participants, ordering and distributing prizing, providing oversight to camp coaches.
  • Applicants must meet the Canada Summer Jobs Eligibility Criteria: be between the ages of 15 and 30; be a Canadian citizen, a permanent resident or hold refugee status; have a valid SIN

Qualifications

  • Knowledgeable about the game of volleyball, coaching experience is an asset
  • Good organizational, administrative, and communication skills
  • Willing to work evenings and/or weekends and flexible to travel
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Proactive attitude and strong interpersonal skills
  • Education in sport administration, kinesiology, marketing, and communications an asset
  • Standard first aid certification
  • Experience with webpage and social media management is an asset
  • Event coordination or management experience

 

How to Apply: Send resumé and cover letter to Erinne Babcock by 9:00am on Wednesday, March 4, 2020. Please indicate within your application which position(s) you are applying for.

            Email: adult@volleyballbc.org

            Mail or In Person: Volleyball BC, 7564 Barnet Highway, Burnaby BC, V5A 1E7.

            Note: Only applicants who are selected for an interview will be contacted.

HJSC Positions

There are no positions available at this time but please check back in Summer 2020 for fall opportunities.