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2020 U Sports Champs

Job Alert - UBC Lead Endurance Coach & Operations Manager

Posted 1 year ago

Position: Lead Endurance Coach & Operations Manager (Track and Field Athletics)
Post Date: May 18, 2019
Application Deadline: June 15, 2019
Position Type: Full time salary with benefits, Assistant Coach salary grade

Resume and cover letter to: laurier.primeau@ubc.ca

The University of British Columbia Track and Field and Cross Country Teams have a long- standing tradition of both collegiate and international excellence, having put 7 alumni on the 2016 Olympic Team.

As the Lead Endurance Coach your function will be to develop Endurance athletes towards the program targets for winning NAIA Championships and qualifying athletes for the World Championships and Olympic Games. As the Operations Manager your responsibility will be to entrepreneurially support and lead on agreed-upon business activities, oversight of facilities and equipment, athlete compliance, and travel arrangements.

WORK PERFORMED

  • Under the direction of the Head Coach, assists in the recruitment of student-athletes in accordance with U-Sport/NAIA regulations.
  • Develops and delivers the Endurance (Track and Cross Country) training programs
  • In accordance with the Head Coach, contributes to the development and on-going review of Endurance program strategy
  • In accordance with the Head Coach, participates in professional development activities to reach or maintain a world-class level of coaching competency
  • Liaise with the Integrated Support team (S&C, Nutrition, Analytics, Physio)
  • As Operations Manager, responsibilities shall include:
    • Leadingonselectedandagreed-uponprogrambusinessactivities
    • Organization, upkeep and replacement of Track and Field equipment
    • In support and in liaison with facilities staff, maintenance of the facility
    • Coordination of competition and training camp travel
    • Booking athlete meet entries
    • Together with the Head Coach, ensuring the compliance of all athletes
    • Other responsibilities as agreed by the Head Coach

The successful candidate will be able to articulate an athlete-centered, coach driven model and will adhere to the expectations of conduct held by Coaches of Canada. Further, the candidate will have a strong understanding of, and ability to implement both the ‘what to coach’ – training parameters, technical models, integrated ancillary inputs, recovery modalities, injury prevention techniques; and the ’how to coach’ – catering to and delivering on the required interpersonal communication skills that are unique to each athlete. The ability to express an entrepreneurial approach to the business of track and field athletics will be considered a strong asset, as will be a demonstration of the importance of on-going, life-long learning for coaches.

CONSEQUENCE OF ERROR

This position represents the UBC Track and Field and Cross Country Program, the students and the University. Incorrect decisions / judgment will directly affect the Department and UBC's reputation within the community at large. The UBC Track and Field and Cross Country program must be managed with the utmost of integrity so as to positively impact not only the University but also the alumni who are associated with the program.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED

Reports directly to the Head Coach, Track and Field on a daily basis and is ultimately responsible to the Director of Athletics.

SUPERVISION GIVEN

Part-time coaching staff, student-athletes and student trainers, where applicable.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor's degree required.
  • Minimum coaching certification: NCCP Level II
  • Coaching experience, preferably at the University or National level, or equivalent.
  • Excellent leadership skills and ability to recruit.
  • Ability to communicate effectively and efficiently.
  • Strong organizational, administrative and computer skills.
  • A proven record of integrity, high principles, and a demonstrated skill in developing/motivating student-athletes both academically and athletically.
  • A pleasant personality together with a positive attitude is essential.
  • Knowledge of U-Sport/NAIA eligibility and recruiting rules and regulations, as well as rules of the game.
  • Knowledge of the academic system at the University.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community, including the Track and Field community.
  • Ability to foster a cooperative work environment with members of the Department and other units within the University.

Equity and diversity are essential to academic excellence. An open and diverse community fosters the inclusion of voices that have been underrepresented or discouraged. We encourage applications from members of groups that have been marginalized on any grounds enumerated under the B.C. Human Rights Code, including sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, racialization, disability, political belief, religion, marital or family status, age, and/or status as a First Nation, Metis, Inuit, or Indigenous person.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

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  • anonymous Anonymous
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    Insider said 1 year ago

    This has Mark Bomba written all over it! Re-Unite the gang!

    #BOMBASQUAD

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    another insider said 1 year ago

    This has Brant Stachel written all over it.

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    Anonymous said 1 year ago

    This has Guy Schultz written all over it.

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  • anonymous Anonymous
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    Actually said 1 year ago

    This has Lead Endurance Coach written all over it

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    WEKNOWWHOYOUARE said 1 year ago

    Quoting: another insider
    "This has Brant Stachel written all over it."

    OK STEVE!

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    KMaser said 1 year ago

    Mark Bomba - Right guy for the job.

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    Oldster said 1 year ago

    Quoting: WEKNOWWHOYOUARE
    "OK STEVE!"


    Um, why would I want to lose Brant down here in K-town?

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    What?? said 1 year ago

    Bomba is a teacher no way he gives up his pension and higher pay for this job.

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    Anonymous said 1 year ago

    Quoting: What??
    "Bomba is a teacher no way he gives up his pension and higher pay for this job."



    It would be a huge drop in pay for Mark. Lynn Kanuka would be a great choice but for her it would be a pay cut too and she's Head Coach material.

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    Anonymous said 1 year ago

    Hillary Stellingwerff? Maybe she’s getting bored of waiting for Fougner to retire.

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    What??? said 1 year ago

    Quoting: Anonymous
    "Hillary Stellingwerff? Maybe she’s getting bored of waiting for Fougner to retire."


    Why would she leave? Trent is not moving to Vancouver from his job!

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    Anonymous said 11 months ago

    Malindi Elmore would be at the top of my list if I was UBC.

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    Anonymous said 11 months ago

    Go for it Steve Weiler!

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    Anonymous said 11 months ago

    What's the pay? I bet it's under $40k per annum in other words it's not a livable wage in

    Fulltime? Wasn't the previous coach a fulltime teacher?

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    Master2B said 11 months ago

    Quoting: Anonymous
    "Malindi Elmore would be at the top of my list if I was UBC."


    Don't think her and Graham would move from Kelowna, just sayin'.

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    Anonymous said 11 months ago

    John Machuga

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    Anonymous said 11 months ago

    Likely going to appeal to a local. Requirement of a level 2 coach eliminates a recent graduate.

    Besnik Mecce from VOC has produced great middle distance runners. He might be the man for the job..

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    truthbringer said 11 months ago

    Quoting: Anonymous
    "Likely going to appeal to a local. Requirement of a level 2 coach eliminates a recent graduate.

    Besnik Mecce from VOC has produced great middle distance runners. He might be the man for the job.."


    Love Besnik,

    But no.

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    Thinking out loud said 11 months ago

    It looks like Laurier wants someone with building skills who already knows recruiting and how to work with university age athletes. I imagine he will have a national search and pull someone who has had success at the university level previously. Being from Ontario and seeing what Brant has done with Queen's the last few years and the Physi-Kult high school group I would have to think he would be in the mix. Didn't he own a restaurant a few years ago? Would this job be enough to pull him away from Queen's and Kingston? He comments on here sometimes I wonder what his silence on this topic means?

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    Anonymous said 11 months ago

    Brant's going D1 baby
    forget this 40k a year nonsense

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    Anonymous said 11 months ago

    Quoting: Thinking out loud
    "It looks like Laurier wants someone with building skills who already knows recruiting and how to work with university age athletes. I imagine he will have a national search and pull someone who has had success at the university level previously. Being from Ontario and seeing what Brant has done with Queen's the last few years and the Physi-Kult high school group I would have to think he would be in the mix. Didn't he own a restaurant a few years ago? Would this job be enough to pull him away from Queen's and Kingston? He comments on here sometimes I wonder what his silence on this topic means?"


    Two issues come to mind?

    1. Cost of living is significantly higher in YVR.
    2. Many might consider that a lateral move.

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    Who? said 11 months ago

    Who’s getting this have they announced yet? Or is this going to be like Guelph with no announcement.

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    Anonymous said 11 months ago

    Quoting: Who?
    "Who’s getting this have they announced yet? Or is this going to be like Guelph with no announcement."


    Posting closed June 15th. So, unlikely been interviews yet, and almost certainly not a final decision...

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    Anon said 11 months ago

    Posting actually only closed June 21 - it was updated when posted on SIRC and the AD was the new point of contact with the application being through UBC website. I would presume there wouldn't be an announcement until mid-July (the week ending July 12 more likely early the week after that). Presumably interviews this week or next, plus offer and decision, followed by announcement. All the best to applicants - we are all very interested in this outcome.

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    StravaTracker said 11 months ago

    According to Brant's Strava he was just in Vancouver this week looks like they are interviewing now

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