Sport Services Coordinator

POSITION SUMMARY

The Sport Services Coordinator contributes to the operations of the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) by coordinating doping control testing sessions and contributing to the overall development, maintenance and improvement of the Canadian Anti-Doping Program (CADP). The Sport Services Coordinator assists with major games services and fee-for-service testing in addition to providing anti-doping information services to clients. The Sport Services Coordinator contributes to the CCES Quality Management System and the Doping Control Officer (DCO)/Chaperone Program, and assists anti-doping staff in other areas of the anti-doping program or other CCES operations as required.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Coordination of Doping Control Testing
  • Coordinate domestic doping control program testing within specified sports in accordance with the Test Distribution Plan;
  • Coordinate fee-for-service testing for specified sports/clients;
  • Assist with athlete inquires and whereabouts requirements;
  • Troubleshoot and problem solve with DCOs and national sport organizations (NSOs);
  • Act as DCO/Chaperone when required.
  • Assist with verification and completion of DCO and chaperone expenses.
Testing Program Development
  • Assist with administration of Registered Testing Pool (RTP) and National Athlete Pool (NAP) submission processes, including related liaison and follow-up with NSOs and athletes for specified sports/clients;
  • Implement and monitor the test distribution plan;
  • Conduct quarterly test planning consistent with test distribution plans;
  • Maintain tracking systems for RTP submissions;
  • Coordinate pre-Games testing for Major Games, events and related activities as required;
CADP Adoption Responsibilities
  • Assist NSOs in meeting their responsibilities under the CADP;
  • Respond to NSO inquiries regarding their adoption of the CADP;
  • Identify athletes for inclusion in the RTP, NAP and maintain athlete records;
  • Assist with the organization of semi-annual meetings with NSOs and MSOs;
CCES Quality Management System
  • Be aware and knowledgeable of the position’s responsibilities within the quality management system;
  • Comply with relevant quality system processes and recommend process changes/revisions as appropriate;
  • Identify potential risks and help identify and manage risk mitigation strategies;
  • Log stakeholder feedback/comments in the quality database for tracking and appropriate follow-up.
DCO/Chaperone Program
  • Assist with recruitment and training of DCOs and chaperones as required;
  • Assist with coordinating DCO manual reviews and revisions as required;
  • Assist with providing performance feedback to DCOs and chaperones as required;
  • Assist with the development of chaperone program as required;
  • Maintain DCO/chaperone records as required.
Client Information Services
  • Respond to general doping control inquiries;
  • Prepare and give presentations;
  • Assist with reviews/revisions of anti-doping program resources;
  • Assist with distribution of key resources to NSOs and athletes.
General Responsibilities

Other duties as assigned by the Testing Supervisor, the Manager, Mission Operations, the Manager Testing, and/or Senior Manager CADP.

Throughout its recruitment process, the CCES is committed to Canada’s linguistic duality and diversity of its people. We welcome expressions of interest from all qualified applicants including Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, members of visible minority groups, and all gender identities and sexual orientations. Upon request, accommodation will be provided during the hiring process.

This position is made possible with financial support from the Government of Canada. We thank all applicants for their interest but only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. 

Please apply using the following link: https://cces.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=33 

Only applications submitted through this link will be accepted.