Intro to TBK Part-time Coach Job Description

Join Team Breckenridge Ski Team this winter to coach and mentor participants in a Developmental Ski Program. Assist athletes in setting and achieving goals in advanced skiing techniques. Ages 5-10 in a Community-Based Environment.

The positions are seasonal and part-time, from December 7 or 8 until March 22 or 23. The winter schedule includes Saturday or Sunday (or both) for 15 weeks. 

Perks: Free Epic Local, ProDeals. Reduced Program Fees, Training Pay $20-$27/hour

Competencies and Job Requirements:

  • Skills: Advanced-level skiing skills. Must enjoy working with children of all ages—one year of experience in coaching.
  • Professionalism: Punctual, reliable, and displays proper appearance by company guidelines. 
  • Productivity: Shows initiative to perform high-quality work efficiently and works individually to meet the team's performance objectives. 
  • Service: Responsible for positive and helpful interactions with coworkers and members. Values and encourages ski team family retention.
  • Safety: Has a proactive approach toward the safety of self and others, maintains awareness and cleanliness in the workplace, takes action when needed, and adheres to and supports safety policies and procedures. Adhere to company guidelines, policies, and procedures, including but not limited to the Employee Ski Policy, Safe Sport, Background check, and other required training.
  • Communication: Provide positive feedback daily to participants and submit written mid-season and year-end evaluations on each participant to the Director of Developmental Programs.
  • Team Player: Actively support the policies, procedures, methodologies, and philosophies of Team Breckenridge Sports Club. Attend and positively contribute to required training and meetings.

Physical Demands and Working Conditions:

Mountain Environment:

  • The immediate physical environment in which this position works is outdoors, and the worker is highly exposed to cold, snow, wind, sun, high altitude, extreme heights, etc.
  • The employee must regularly stand in ski boots for up to eight hours.
  • Communicating with guests, supervisors, and other employees.
  • Vision occurs continuously, with the most common visual functions being near vision and depth perception.

To succeed in this job, an individual must perform each essential duty satisfactorily - reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Please Contact Team Breckenridge Administrator | 970.547.9099 | or admin@teambrecksportsclub.com for more information or to send a professional resume.