Canadian Sport Institute Ontario Job Posting - Performance Services Coordinator

Monday, April 1, 2013

Canadian Sport Institute Ontario

The Canadian Sport Institute Ontario (CSIO) is the Multi-Sport Organization facilitating high performance sport in Ontario, in partnership with National and Provincial Sport Organizations. The CSIO supports high performance athletes and coaches in Ontario by providing an enhanced environment of services to help them achieve international podium results. As part of the PanAm/Para Pan American Games in 2014, the CSIO will move to the Toronto PanAm Sport Centre, in the fall of 2014. As a result, the Coordinator, must be willing to re-locate from our current location (12 Concorde Place), to our new location at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus.

Purpose of the Position

Reporting to the Director, Sport Science & Sport Medicine, the Coordinator, Performance Services will provide administrative support to the Directors and Discipline Leads within the Performance Services Department. In addition the Coordinator will support Sport Canada carded athletes, through the administration of individual athlete services. In this capacity the individual will be responsible for attending Performance Services meetings and taking & distributing minutes, tracking services provided to high performance athletes, assisting with the scheduling coordination of performance reviews and professional development planning, and assisting in the events related to the performance services team.

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