Call for Applications: Chief and Assistant Chief Routesetter – National Championships

Sep 16, 2019

Call for Applications:

Chief Routesetter – National Championships.
Assistant Chief Routesetter – National Championships

The CEC is accepting applications for the positions of Chief Routesetter and Assistant Chief Routesetter at each of the 9 National Championships in the 2019/2020 season.

Requirments

All CEC officials will be required to have the following training modules prior to the event:

  1. Respect in Sport: http://respectgroupinc.com/respect-in-sport/ or an equivalent.
  2. Concussion Awareness Training Tool or a provincial equivalent https://www.injuryresearch.bc.ca/education/concussion-awareness-training-tool/ or NCCP “Making Head way in Sport”
  3. NCCP modules – Making Ethical decisions and
  4. Criminal Record Check, including “Vulnerable Sector”
  5. Read and remain up to date on all CEC and IFSC rules and regulations.

Chief Routesetter

Job Description

The Chief Routesetter is responsible for:

  • planning, installation and maintenance of all boulders and/or routes.
  • communication and direction of routesetting team including assistant chief and all aspirant setters.
  • communication with TD, JP and CEC Judges.

A detailed list or duties and responsibilities will be sent to successful candidates.

 

 

Experience and skills

Successful candidates will have the following experience and skills:

  • IFSC accreditation (not required).
  • Other National accreditation (USAC) (not required).
  • Previous experience as chief setter or assistant chief.
  • High level of personal organization.
  • Ability to work with a group in high pressure environment.
  • Knowledge of competitor field for event(s) applied for.

compensation

The Chief Routesetter is expected to be present between 2-4 days in advance of the competition depending on facility logistics

Compensation includes:

  • travel and accommodation (to be arranged by CEC)
  • contract fee for the length of event as follows:
    • 2-day event contract = $1250
    • 3-day event contract = $1750

Application process

Applications for Chief Routesetter will be open from September 10/2019 to 11:59 pm PDT, September 25th/2019.

Email applications including personal CV to: cec.comps@climbingcanada.ca

Please indicate which event(s) being applied for.

selection process

The selection committee for Routesetting positions at National Championships is as follows:

  • CEC series Coordinator
  • High Performance Director
  • CEC Athlete Rep
  • CEC President

The selection committee will review all applications for Chief Routesetter using the following criteria in order of importance:

First Priority Criteria

  1. International setting experience
    1. IFSC Sanctioned events above the national level
  2. National setting experience
    1. Previous experience as Head Setter
    2. 5 experiences as assistant Head Routesetter
  3. Other competition experience, setting and competing
  4. Knowledge of the National competitive field
  5. Knowledge of the International competitive field and level
  6. Canadian citizen – use our opportunities for our setters

Second Priority Criteria

  1. Knowledge of the current IFSC rules and regulations
  2. Potential for growth as a routesetter
  3. Ability to mentor apprentice future head routesetters during the event

Successful candidates will be notified September 30th,2019.

 

Assistant Chief Routesetter

Job Description

Under the direction of the chief routesetter, the Assistant Chief Routesetter is responsible for:

  • planning, installation and maintenance of all boulders and/or routes.
  • communication and direction of aspirant setters.
  • communication with TD, JP and CEC Judges.

A detailed list or duties and responsibilities will be sent to successful candidates.

Experience and skills

Successful candidates will have the following experience and skills:

  • IFSC accreditation (not required).
  • Other National accreditation (USAC) (not required).
  • Previous experience as chief setter or assistant chief.
  • High level of personal organization.
  • Ability to work with a group in high pressure environment.
  • Knowledge of competitor field for event(s) applied for.

compensation

The Assistant Chief Routesetter is expected to be present between 1-3 days in advance of the competition depending on facility logistics

Compensation includes:

  • travel and accommodation (to be arranged by CEC)
  • contract fee for the length of event as follows:
    • 2-day event contract = $1800
    • 3-day event contract = $2400

Application process

Applications for Chief Routesetter will be open from September 10th,2019 to 11:59 pm PDT, September 25th,2019.

Email applications including personal CV to: cec.comps@climbingcanada.ca

Please indicate which event(s) being applied for.

selection process

The selection committee for Routesetting positions at National Championships is as follows:

  • CEC Series Coordinator
  • High Performance Director
  • CEC Athlete Rep
  • CEC President

The selection committee will review all applications for Assistant Chief Routesetter using the following criteria in order of importance:

First Priority Criteria

  1. Potential for growth into the role of National Head Routesetter in the near future
  2. Setting experiences in the discipline being applied for
    1. 2 setting experiences as a full routessetter at nationals or higher.
    2. 2 setting experiences as head routesetter for a provincial level event.
  3. Other competition experience, setting and competing.
  4. Knowledge of the National competitive field.
  5. Canadian citizen – opportunities for our Routesetters

Second Priority Criteria

  1. Knowledge of the current IFSC rules and regulations
  2. Potential for growth as a Routesetter

Successful candidates will be notified September 30th,2019.

2019/2020 Event dates

1)  Regionals

  • Open Boulder Regionals – December 14-15, 2019
  • Youth Boulder Regionals – January 25-26, 2020
  • Lead Speed Regionals – May 1-3, 2020

2)  Nationals

  • Open Boulder Nationals – January 11-12, 2020
  • Youth Boulder Nationals – February 15-17, 2020
  • Lead Speed Nationals – May 16-18, 2020 **

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