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For more information on these immediately available positions please contact Graeme: [email protected]
Attendant of Public Skate Change Room: From end of December to end of February
(2018/19 season thank you to Dan Farant, Niki Mintenko, Graeme Roderick)
(still looking for more volunteers for 2019/2020 season)
As a volunteer, you are a member of the Outdoor Activities team responsible to open and oversee the public skate change room of the Centre from 4:15 to 6:15 Monday to Friday stating in January and ending March 1 weather permitting. Depending on the number of volunteers interested this would be a two or three day a week commitment. You work primarily with our Rink Supervisor. You are at least 17 years old and prepared to obtain a Working with Vulnerable Persons Clearance from the Police. Community Volunteer Hour program applies. Additional hours could be obtained by helping to clear and flood the rink, and volunteering to help at our Winter Carnival.
Program Manager (Outdoors)
(position filled We welcome Raphael to our team, he can be contacted at [email protected] )
As a dynamic member of the Tanglewood Park Community Centre Management Team, the Program Manager (Outdoors) is responsible for designing, evaluating, and hiring instructors for such entry-level programs
as T-ball, Soccer, I Love to Skate, and I Love to Play Hockey. You hire the Outdoor Rink Supervisor and oversee that three-month initiative. You also monitor the use of the Ball Courts in the Tanglewood and Medhurst Parks. The Managers of Outdoor and Indoor Programs, Gardens, as well as Events and Scheduler meet three times a year to assist the Promotion Manager in preparing the Activity Schedule for the Staying Connected Newsletter. The position requires working both at home and at the Centre. The commitment is approximately 9 hours/ month and stipend is associated with this rewarding position.
Program Manager (Indoors)
(position filled We welcome Naomi to our team, she can be contacted at [email protected])
As a dynamic member of the Tanglewood Park Community Centre Management Team, the Program Manager Outdoors) is responsible for designing, evaluating, and hiring instructors for entry-level programs and workshops. You also guide the Book Club, oversee the registration of all programs (including discounts), chair the Young at Hearts Advisory Group, as well as liaise with the City, NROCRC and a dozen third-party programs. The Managers of Indoor and Outdoor Programs, Gardens, as well as Events and Scheduler meet three times each year to assist the Promotion Manager in preparing the Activity Schedule for the Staying Connected Newsletter and bulletin boards. The position requires working both at home and at the Centre. The commitment is approximately 9 hours/ month and stipend is associated with this rewarding position.
Staying Connected Editor:
(position filled We welcome Brandon to our team, he can be contacted at [email protected])
As a central member of the communications team you receive and edit submissions for our three times a year Newsletter. You format the text within a template then circulate it to contributors for approval. You send text for printing. The editor works from home. The time commitment is six hours per issue.
(position filled by Allen Deering. You can reach him at [email protected] )
As a key member of the management team of the Centre, you advertise the neighbourhood’s programs & events. Specifically, you design attractive posters and announcements. You assist the Programs and the Events Managers in preparing the Activity Schedule for our neighbourhood 3 times/year Newsletter SC. You prepare posters and announcements for internal and external bulletin boards and you prepare text for frames or mini billboards. You place posters on our Facebook and Website. Such posters may be published in the Ward Councillor’s weekly newsletter. You have a budget. You mainly work from home. The commitment is 4 hours a month. A modest stipend is associated with this creative position.
Photographer & Display of Pictures:
(position filled by Doug McColeman. You can reach him at [email protected])
You enjoy taking and displaying pictures. You use our Canon Rebel T5 to take pictures at Events, Programs and seasonally selected neighbourhood homes. Guided by a budget, you arrange printing 8 x 10 photos and mounting/replacing them in the Community Centre, as well as on our website and Facebook.