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BC Athlete Voice

Application Deadline: April 30, 2013   Starting Date: June 1, 2013

Position: Athlete Advocacy Project Manager

Job Description:
BCAV is searching for a long-term strategic partner to deliver athlete advocacy programming and leadership mentoring. The partnership agreement would be for a 3 year period beginning June 1, 2013 and ending May 31, 2016.

The objectives of the project are to:
- Increase the number of formal leadership opportunities for high performance athletes within BC PSOs;
- Ensure that athletes receive consistent orientation and support while beginning new leadership roles;
- Work collaboratively with other sport sector organizations delivering athlete services;
- Develop and deliver mentorship programming with athletes to improve identified leadership competencies and,
- Publish success stories to PSOs to promote athletes as sport leaders.

The applicant can be an individual capable of meeting the above objectives.

Application for this long-term partnership is via proposal format, and the full Request for Proposal can be found at: http://www.bcathletevoice.ca/2013/03/08/bcav-advocacy-project-request-for-proposal/

OR SEE ATTACHMENT.

Deadline: April 30, 2013

Please submit proposals in either electronic or hard-copy format to: [if submitting hard-copy, please include 4 copies]

Callum Ng, Executive Director
BC Athlete Voice
227 - 3820 Cessna Drive
Richmond, BC V7B 0A2

Questions are also welcomed, and can be directed to: callum@bcathletevoice.ca Phone: 604 345 1615

Salary Range: $25,000 per annum

Type of Position:
Contractor

Contact Information:
Callum Ng
BC Athlete Voice
BC
E-mail: callum@bcathletevoice.ca
Tel. 6043451615
http://www.bcathletevoice.ca

 

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