Ringette Saskatchewan – Sport Development Coordinator (Summer Student)

Amateur Sport

Closes on: May 31, 2022

Ringette Saskatchewan (RAS) is currently seeking a Sport Development Coordinator for 7 weeks starting June 27, 2022. This position will involve developing, planning, and implementing a wide variety of introductory and skill development programs throughout the province of Saskatchewan. This position will also be involved in community outreach initiatives to promote our sport ringette.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Develop, plan, and implement programs related to Gym Ringette
  • Initiate community outreach programs – Gym Ringette and Come Try Ringette
  • Participate in community promotional events
  • Attend community and association events to assist volunteers with promoting ringette
  • Collaborate with Ringette Saskatchewan staff to develop new projects and initiatives
  • Promote your journey with Ringette Saskatchewan as it relates to ringette on social media
  • Support Ringette Saskatchewan staff plan and execute programing as it relates to athlete, coach, and officiating development
  • Be creative in suggesting new programming ideas as it relates to athlete, coach, and officiating development
  • Research and develop introductory coaching materials/resources to post to Ringette Saskatchewan’s website
  • Support Ringette Saskatchewan staff prepare for next season with assigned administrative duties


  • Full time student in post-secondary education. Sports Administration, Sports Management, Recreation Management, Education, Physical Education, Kinesiology, Human Kinetics, or related field would be an asset
  • A player, coach or official within the sport ringette would be considered an asset
  • NCCP coach certification or training would be considered an asset
  • Community recreation experience would be considered an asset
  • Experience with social media marketing would be considered an asset
  • First Aid and CPR certification would be considered an asset. Employer willing to pay for the certification.
  • Must have valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle as travel is required for this position (mileage paid by the employer)
  • Because the Sport Development Coordinator will work with children and youth, the successful applicant will be required to provide criminal record clearance as a condition of employment.


  • Excellent organizational skills and effective communication skills
  • Ability to prioritize workload and meet deadlines
  • Ability to work and consult with a wide range of professionals and partners
  • Ability to use initiative to achieve outcomes
  • Ability to work unsupervised


  • Demonstrate a sound knowledge of sports development principles
  • Awareness of key issues relating to growing the game of ringette in Saskatchewan
  • Awareness of the sport delivery system in Saskatchewan


  • Decision Making – Ability to make decisions and analyze impact in relation to outcomes
  • Self-Development – Keep up to date with the latest issues, trends, and advances in the field of sport development
  • Customer Orientation – Provide a professional, polite, and high-quality service
  • Motivation – You create a good team spirit and know how to motivate others
  • Forward thinking – Ability to plan to ensure effective programming

Effective Communication:

  • Communicates with internal/external parties in a manner, which builds confidence in our ability to deliver as an organization
  • Communicates consistently in a positive and influential manner
  • Ensures relevant information is communicated to the right people, in the right style, at the right time


  • Builds productive working relationships with internal and external colleagues
  • Works with others in a manner which gives them confidence in your intentions
  • Understands and meets the needs of others


  • Develop and supports collaborative working across and within teams
  • Utilizes shared capability within the team
  • Facilitates the completion of team goals
  • Values and makes use of the skills, knowledge, and experience of all the teams they work with

Personal Accountability:

  • Maintains a high standard of work and seeks to continuously improve
  • Focuses personal attention on the specific details that are critical to achieving results


  • Must be willing to work minimum 30 hours a week
  • Willing to travel and work evenings and weekends across Saskatchewan
  • Duration: June 27- August 12, 2022

Ringette Saskatchewan thanks all candidates that apply, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

To Apply

Send cover letter and resume by May 31, 2022, to:

Ringette Saskatchewan
#300-1734 Elphinstone Street
Regina, SK S4T 1K1

or by email: executivedirector@ringettesask.com