Anonymous said 9 months ago
how much would this job pay?
The University of Toronto Track and Field Club (UTTC) seeks a highly motivated and experienced full time assistant coach (Sprints/Hurdles) who is committed to elevating the Junior Development (JD) and Elite program within the University of Toronto Track Club to be one of the preeminent power speed programs in Canada. The successful candidate will be a proven leader, motivator and coach, committed to the development of our student athletes both on the track and in the classroom. A demonstrated ability to work with an inspired coaching staff team is essential to the success of the program, as they will support the head coach in advancing our vision of a high performance track and field program that is recognized provincially, nationally and internationally. Committed to an athlete centered philosophy and a vision driven by excellence, the sprint/hurdle coach will recruit, train and mentor Junior Development student athletes within the context of an internationally recognized Track and Field Program and research and teaching university. The coach will be supported by the high performance mandate of the University of Toronto Track and Field program.
Send your resume and three references to firstname.lastname@example.org, Manager Intercollegiate Sport, no later than February 23rd 2018. Interviews are scheduled for the week of February 26th 2018. This is a three year full‐time contract. Salary will be commensurate with experience and education. Only those offered an interview will be contacted. A valid criminal police check will be required upon hire.
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