Roles and Responsibilities:
Baseball Manitoba (MBA) Sport Development Coordinator (SDC) will be responsible for aspects of programming and administration that are encompassed within the LTAD Active Start, FUNdamentals and Learn to Train athletes within Manitoba, with a primary focus on the Rally Cap Program. The employee will report directly to the Program Director (PD) on aspects related to grassroots baseball in Manitoba and any other duties bestowed upon them.
Baseball Manitoba’s SDC will demonstrate a strong work ethic, high level of integrity and honesty. Must be attentive to detail and accurate in record keeping and possess an ability to work with a diverse constituency including players, parents, coaches, and volunteers. Baseball Manitoba will cover the phone plan costs and relevant charges during the time of hire. Baseball Manitoba will also cover mileage, meals, and accommodations, if required, for any approved travel around the province.
Areas of Responsibility:
The MBA SDC, in conjunction with the Program Director, will be responsible for the following areas:
Grassroots Programming - The SDC will support the Executive Assistant with administrative duties and will assist the Program Director with the coordination of Grassroots Programs. This may include the promotion, scheduling, and delivery of local clinics and events for convenors, coaches, and/or players.
- Rally Cap
- Grand Slam
- Girls Baseball
- 5-Tool Summer Camps
- Prospects Showcase
Inner City, New Canadians, and Indigenous Recruitment - The SDC will be the MBA liaison for all Inner City, New Canadian, and Indigenous baseball-related activities, and will connect with MASRC and First Nation and Metis communities, as required.
Miscellaneous - The SDC may be given other duties by the Executive Director or Program Director such as NCCP, NOCP, Online Membership Registration, and other required data entry or warehouse responsibilities. The SDC will report directly to the PD in all areas of operations.
Desired Skills and Experiences:
- Demonstrate knowledge of baseball and a passion for the game.
- Must have a desire to be in a grassroots environment.
- Must have an excellent attitude and work well in a team setting.
- Strong oral and written communications skills and demonstrated organizational skills.
- Working knowledge of baseball programs, NCCP and LTAD principles.
- Must demonstrate the ability to work well with children.
- Must have their own vehicle and valid driver’s license, and a smartphone.
- Must be willing and able to work flexible hours (evenings and weekends).
- Must have a current and clear Criminal Record and Child Abuse Registry Check.
Time of Work:
35 hours per week for 4 months. April 26 to August 27.
To be determined and will align with education and experience.
How to Apply:
Persons wishing to apply must email Jason Miller, Executive Director, with a resume and cover letter by April 20, 2021. email@example.com