Careers

It would be a pleasure to work with you!

Please send your resume and cover letter to kcbcmanagement@gmail.com

we look forward to working with you!

Terms of Employment: Part-time / Full-time flexible evenings and weekends

Wage: $14-$18/ hr; hours to be determined.

Start Date: As soon as possible

Experience: Not applicable but preference will go towards those
with experience.

Languages:
-English and Cantonese/Mandarin

Work Setting:
-community-based, local/regional sports club
-non-smoking
-urban location, it is the employee's responsibility to provide own means of transportation

Example Duties of  the Receptionist:
-greeting and welcoming members, non-members and customers to the club
-ensuring proper attire is maintained within the perimeter of the club
-maintain cleanliness of the club and pro-shop
-answering telephone calls and inquiries regarding court rentals and lessons
-assist customers with pro-shop items
-manage all memberships, lessons and court rental registrations and provide detailed
invoices for all customers
-accepting payment for the above products and pro-shop items
-log and maintain a detailed summary of all transactions made throughout the day
-any other responsibilities and administrative duties that would be significant in order to maintain effective operations of the front desk

Requirements:
Microsoft Word/Excel: Proficient
Google:Proficient
Above-average knowledge of Badminton
Education: High School or above
Good reading, writing, communication and math skills
Good planning and organizing skills
Work as a part of a team environment but can work independently 

Terms of Employment:
- Permanent, full-time, day, evening, weekend.

Salary:
- $20-$30 hourly, for 30-44 hours per week

Anticipated Start Date:
- As soon as possible

Skills Requirements:
- Education: Not applicable
- Credentials: Not applicable

Experience:
-  Minimum 5 years of coaching experience
Language:
- Speak English, read English, write English
Sports Concentration:
- Badminton

Work Setting:
- Community-based, local and/or regional sports club
Specific duties:
- Assist the Head Coach with High Performance Training program development;
- Participate in training sessions and coach meetings;
- Plan, develop and implement training and practice sessions;
- Develop, plan and co-ordinate competitive schedules and programs;
- Motivate and prepare athletes or teams for competitive events or games;
- Analyze and evaluate athletes' or teams' performance;
- Observe and evaluate prospective athletes' skills and performance;
- Provide feedback to players, parents and the Club;
- May represent the Club in communicating with the Badminton Ontario, the Toronto District 
  Badminton Association, and participate in their activities.
Work conditions and physical capabilities:
- 20/20 vision, hand-eye co-ordination, standing for extended periods.
Work site environment:
- non-smoking
Transportation:
- own transportation
Work location information:
- urban area
Essential skills:
- reading text, numeracy, writing, oral communication;
- working with others, problem solving, decision making;
- job task planning and organizing.
Other requirements:
- Minimum 5 years of coaching experience in Badminton;
- National or international Badminton competition experience;
- National and/or international championship title holders will be given preferential consideration.

Terms of Employment:
- Permanent, full-time and part-time, day, evening, weekend.

Salary:

- $15-$25 hourly, for 30 hours per week

Anticipated Start Date:

- As soon as possible

Skills Requirements:

- Education: Not applicable
- Credentials: Not applicable

Experience:

-  Minimum 2-3 years of coaching experience

Language:

- Speak English, read English, write English

Sports Concentration:

- Badminton

Work Setting:

- Community-based, local and/or regional sports club

Specific duties:

- Assist the Main Coach with training program development;
- Participate in training sessions and coach meetings;
- Plan, develop and implement training and practice sessions;
- Develop, plan and co-ordinate competitive schedules and programs;
- Motivate and prepare athletes or teams for competitive events or games;
- Analyze and evaluate athletes' or teams' performance;
- Observe and evaluate prospective athletes' skills and performance;
- Provide feedback to players, parents and the Club;
- May represent the Club in communicating with the Badminton Ontario, the Toronto District 
  Badminton Association, and participate in their activities.
Work conditions and physical capabilities:
- 20/20 vision, hand-eye co-ordination, standing for extended periods.

Work site environment:
- non-smoking

Transportation:
- own transportation

Work location information:
- urban area (Richmond Hill Campus)

Essential skills:
- reading text, numeracy, writing, oral communication;
- working with others, problem solving, decision making;
- job task planning and organizing.

Other requirements:
- Minimum 2-3 years of coaching experience in Badminton;
- National or provincial badminton competition experience;
- National and/or provincial championship title holders will be given preferential consideration.

Need Help?

Contact us today for more information or registration procedures for any lessons, programs, camps, or court rentals. We will be happy to help!

Also, you can email us at kcbctoronto@gmail.com