Ohio Region Staff & Advisor Role Openings

Our Ohio Region Administrators periodically need self-motivated people to fill important region positions. Review the positions listed below. If interested and qualified,  apply online.  Please note when you select “apply online” the application will open in a new tab.  This will allow you to go back and forth for ease of application completion.  The same application is used for all positions.  Applying for a position does not guarantee placement.


NSP-C Snowsports School Advisor

Qualifications:

Must be a registered Senior or Certified Patroller, Member of the NSP-C Snowsports School, PSIA/AASI Level 2 or 3.
Must have good organizational and administrative skills
Must be a team player as this role requires working closely with the OET Advisor and Senior Program Advisor to coordinate and administer Region events and training

Note: We will consider a candidate who is PSIA/AASI level 1 if they are actively training towards level 2 certification and planning on testing during the next available testing period.

Duties and Responsibilities: (this is a partial list. A full description is available in both the National and Ohio Region PNPs).

Responsible for the coordination and administration of all SES’s in the Ohio Region
Responsible for promoting the Region Snowsports School using PSIA/AASI teaching and instruction standards and methodology through Region SES’s and other Region S & T Clinics
Provides support and training opportunities to those instructors seeking PSIA/AASI certification
Reports to the Assistant Region Director of Proficiency

 


Ohio Region Women’s Program Advisor –

Must be a registered Alpine Senior, Senior or Certified Patroller
Must be a current OEC or Toboggan Instructor or Instructor Trainer
Responsible for promoting teaching, sharing, and learning of ski patrol techniques by women instructors for women participants
Responsible for providing positive female patrol role models to other women in order to promote and develop female leadership within the patrol.
Oversees an annual Ohio Region Women’s Clinic, including planning, coordination, and execution of the event
Must have good organizational and administrative skills
Reports to the Assistant Region Director of Programs


Instructor Development (ID) Administrator

Qualifications:

Must be a current ID Instructor Trainer (ID IT), or is actively pursuing IT certification
Is a current and active ID Instructor
Has strong organizational, administrative, and communication skills

Duties and Responsibilities:

Coordinates all ID activities in the Ohio Region
Oversees the records and activities of all ID instructors and I.T.s in the Ohio Region, including: developing, recruiting, training, and evaluating instructors and I.T.s
Manages the Quality Assurance requirements for the ID program in the Ohio Region, with specific focus on Instructor Trainer scheduling and oversight
Delivers and supports ID instructor continuing education efforts, which are infused into all disciplines’ instructor continuing education efforts (i.e. OEC, MTR, OET, ID, and Avi)
Reports to the Assistant Region Director of Proficiency


Assistant Instructor Development (ID) Administrator

In this role, you will assist the current ID Advisor with the expectation that you will succeed them. Ideally, you will possess many of the qualifications listed above – or be willing and able to achieve them so that you can move easily into the role.


Assistant Outdoor Emergency Transportation (OET) Advisor

In this role, you will assist the current OET Advisor with the expectation that you will succeed them. Ideally, you will possess many of the qualifications listed above – or be willing and able to achieve them so that you can move easily into the role.

Qualifications:

Must be a registered Senior or Certified Patroller, Active Senior Toboggan Evaluator, Toboggan IT or IT mentee

Must have good organizational and administrative skills
Must be a team player as this role requires working closely with the NSP-C Snowsports Advisor and Senior Program Advisor to coordinate and administer Region events and training

Duties and Responsibilities: (this is a partial list. A full description is available in both the National and Ohio Region PNPs).

Responsible for the coordination and administration of all Toboggan Enhancement Seminars (TES’s) in the Ohio Region
Responsible for maintaining records and for providing training and recertification opportunities for Ohio Region OET IT’s and OET instructors
Reports to the Assistant Region Director of Proficiency


Assistant Senior OEC Training Coordinator (STC)

In this role, you will assist the current STC with the expectation that you will succeed them. Ideally, you will possess many of the qualifications listed above – or be willing and able to achieve them so that you can move easily into the role.

Qualifications:

Must be a registered Senior Patroller and a Senior OEC Instructor Trainer/Evaluator(T/E)
Has evaluated in an OEC Module of the Senior Program (OECMSP), preferably in Ohio
Is an active and experienced OEC instructor in good standing
Has strong organizational, administrative, and communication skills
Is a team player who can work closely with the Region Aid Room Management(ARM) Administrator, and the Region Senior Program Advisor

Duties and Responsibilities: (this is a partial list. A full description is available in both the National and Ohio Region PNPs).

Oversees the OECMSP, including planning and executing the event(s), and maintaining records for them
Oversees the Region Trainer/Evaluator(T/E) calibration clinics, including planning and executing them, and for maintaining the records of these Region T/E clinics
Reports to the Region OEC Administrator (ROA)


Assistant OEC Administrator (ROA)

In this position, you will assist the ROA in the completion of their duties, AND learn the role so that you can succeed them. Ideally, you will possess many of the qualifications listed for the ROA position, – or be willing and able to achieve them so that you can move easily into the role.

Qualifications:

Must be a registered Senior or Certified Patroller and OEC IT (or is actively pursing IT certification)
Is an active and experienced OEC instructor in good standing
Has strong organizational, administrative, and communication skills
Is a team player who can work closely with the Region Senior OEC Training Coordinator, Aid Room Management(ARM) Administrator, and the Region Senior Program Advisor

Duties and Responsibilities: (this is a partial list. A full description is available in both the National and Ohio Region PNPs).

Oversees the records and activities of all OEC instructors in the Ohio Region, including: developing, recruiting, training, and evaluating instructors
Oversees the administration of annual OEC refreshers, courses, and exam processes Manages the Quality Assurance requirements in the Ohio Region, with specific focus on instructor training recruiting and development efforts
Delivers and supports instructor continuing education clinics
Supports the Senior Program calibration clinics and Senior T/E clinics
Reports to the Assistant Region Director of Proficiency AND collaborates closely with the Division OEC Supervisor


Apply online