Available Positions for 2018-2019
On Hill Instructors
On hill, volunteers are needed as organizers, instructors, teaching assistants and guides. CADS Edmonton will provide volunteer instructor on hill training in instruction techniques for the various disciplines of disabled skiing. This occurs primarily at our training weekend prior to the season and continues during the season at student training sessions at Rabbit Hill. In addition to local training, CADS-Edmonton encourages instructors to pursue CADS certification through courses offered either locally or in other zones (financial assistance toward attending such courses may be offered upon approval by the Edmonton Board).
Use our online volunteer application form to sign up for these available positions:
- No experience needed but should be an intermediate skier
- No experience needed but should be an intermediate snowboarder
Senior Ski/Snowboard Instructor
- Instructor experience preferably through CADS
Non Instructing Volunteers
CADS Edmonton needs help directing students and instructors, handing out lift tickets and just being there to lend a hand. If you are interested in being a part of this amazing program but don’t think you would enjoy the instructor positions, please contact Sharon-Program Coordinator to see what positions are available.
Snowmobile Driver – Open position
Cads Edmonton requires a snowmobile driver for the upcoming season. This individual should be an experienced snowmobile driver with a valid drivers license.
Board Member and Administrative Positions
CADS Edmonton currently has available Board member and administrative positions. If you have been involved with CADS for at least one season and would like to be more involved with CADS Edmonton, please Contact Sharon-Program Coordinator, with the position you are interested in, previous experience if any and any questions you may have about the position. If CADS Edmonton has given something to you and you are looking for a great way to give back, becoming a board member or helping out the organization can be very rewarding!