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Become a Regional Sport Consultant (Cape Breton Region)

Sport Nova Scotia is seeking an ambitious and motivated individual with proven experience in sport development at the community level.

A true self-starter, the Regional Sport Consultant is responsible to work with community sport organizations, provincial sport organizations, schools and community groups to identify, collaborate and support the continuation and creation of sustainable sport opportunities in the Cape Breton region.

Reporting to the Manager of Participation Development, the Regional Sport Consultant will be based in Sydney and work closely with the regional manager for the Nova Scotia Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage.

The ideal candidate will have a post-secondary designation in a related field or equivalent work experience in sport administration at the local, provincial or national level. Experience working with multiple stakeholders, communicating effectively, and meeting coordination would be considered assets.

A full job description is available here.

If you get excited by the idea of making more sports available to more people in more areas, please email your resume and cover letter by noon on August 30th, 2018 to Helen Goodwin at employment@sportnovascotia.caWhile we thank all applicants for their interest, only those being selected for an interview will be contacted.

Sport Nova Scotia is a non-profit, non-government, equal opportunity organization dedicated to the development, administration and promotion of amateur sport.

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Cleve’s Source for Sports Athletes of the Month announced

June 2018

(Halifax, July 16, 2018)- Ryan O’Neil is the Cleve’s Source for Sports Individual Male Athlete of the Month for June. The 21-year-old Karateka from Halifax earned his spot on the podium in two events at the 2018 Pan American Karate Federation (PKF) Senior Championships in Chile. O’Neil secured a bronze medal in the -67 Kumite and gold with his men’s Kumite team. This is the first time a Nova Scotian has made it to the podium at this competition. The international event that took place in Santiago from June 11-17 hosted 304 competitors from 20 countries. O’Neil’s success secured him a spot at the 2018 Karate world championships in Madrid, Spain from November 6-11.  READ MORE
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Cleve’s Source for Sports Athletes of the Month announced

June 25, 2018- Ellie Black  is the May Female Individual Athlete of the Month. The gymnast from Halifax achieved outstanding results at the 2018 Canadian Artistic Gymnastics Championships that took place in Waterloo, Ontario from May 23 to 27. Black won the women’s All-Around Title for the fifth consecutive year, as well as gold in both uneven bars and beam, and sliver for her routine in floor. Black’s success solidifies her spot on the Canadian national team where she will continue to represent Canada at international events. READ MORE
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