Coaching Jobs


Crystal Mtn Alpine Club

FIS/U16/U14 Junior Coach combined with Head Timing /Race Crew

We have a unique full time 12 month (or) 7-month position, open for a Junior coach (FIS/U16/U14) combined with overseeing our Race/Timing crew.  Position can be year around, or if preferred, a 7 – 8 month position.

CMAC runs one Junior race (FIS/U16/U14) and 3 – Youth U12 and under races each year, so most of the time would be spent coaching junior racers. We have a strong need for someone that would like to take on the task of race timing preparation and help with the off season wiring and testing of the timing system. This person could be a current coach and then trained for the position. It should be easy to learn for a current coach.

Crystal Mt. is a fun steep and deep free ski Mt., plus we have had lots of success on the race circuit. If you take this position, be ready to do some all-mountain skiing when the snow is deep and then plenty of training and traveling with the Junior racers.

Job Description

Contact:  Alan Lauba, CMAC Program Director


Mission Ridge Ski Team


U14, U16, FIS coaches needed ’24, ’25 season and beyond

Come ski on awesome snow and in great weather. The Wenatchee Valley boasts 300+ days of sunshine per year. Several positions are available with various age groups: YSL, U14, U16/FIS.

Both Part Time and Full Time positions are available.  Year-round opportunities exist for the right person. Health benefits available with year-round employment.

Must have a passion for working with young athletes and providing them with an environment that promotes their individual success. USSS and/or PSIA certifications preferred but not required. A solid understanding of fundamental skill development is essential. Competitive pay and an excellent working environment

Please contact for more information

White Pass Ski Club

Coaches 2024 - 25 Season

Job Description

Position Type: Seasonal, Full-time/Part-time

About Us: White Pass Ski Area is a premier destination for winter sports enthusiasts, offering a wide range of skiing and snowboarding opportunities for all levels of experience. Our competitive programs are designed to nurture and develop the talents of aspiring athletes in Alpine, Nordic, Snowboard, and Freeride disciplines.

Position Summary: We are currently seeking passionate and experienced coaches to join our Competitive Programs team for the 2024/25 season. As a coach at White Pass Ski Area, you will have the opportunity to work with talented young athletes, providing them with the guidance and support they need to excel in their chosen discipline.

How to Apply: If you are enthusiastic about coaching and have a passion for helping athletes reach their full potential, we want to hear from you! Please submit your resume and a brief cover letter outlining your coaching experience, certifications, and why you are interested in joining the White Pass Ski Area Competitive Programs team.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Contact Information: Please send your application materials to with the subject line “Competitive Programs Coach Application.”

Schweitzer Alpine Racing School, ID

SARS Coaches 2023-24 Season

Located in the beautiful mountain town of Sandpoint, ID our thriving ski club is growing from the bottom up with a huge base of talent at the U16 and younger levels.

Positions available are:


Inquire by reaching out to Program Director Jamie Landwehr:

Summit at Snoqualmie (SPARC)


Be the best in the snow sports lifestyle business.

Summit Masters Race Coaches, ARC Coaches and Race Crewski will be responsible for athlete training and ski racing experience, including but not limited to, welcoming people at the meeting place, guiding the learning and race-day experience, highlighting the racers’ successes throughout the lesson and inviting them back as the training is completing.

After attending Coaching and Crewski clinics or the apprenticeship training, follow program and training content guidelines, own the SnowSports School’s safety culture, meet or exceed the guest expectation and support the Race Department and SnowSports School objectives. Essential focus will be to provide a friendly, fun, safe, caring and compassionate guest experience, time and time again.

SPARC especially needs applications for the Race Crew (CREWSKI) that has 8 races with set-up, maintenance, Timing and Calculations, Jury Advisor, and take-down at events.


For More Information: Dean Tonkin, Race Department, (206-300-1928) OR email to


Team Alpental Snoqualmie Ski Foundation (TAS)

Coaches 2023-24 Season

TAS is the Northwest’s premier alpine ski racing program,  with programs for athletes age 8 – 18. We are currently looking for coaches for the 2023-2024 season, with the following openings:

FIS Coach: This is a 6-7 month full-time position. The ideal candidate will have a strong racing background, USSS coach level 200 or equivalent, 2+ years of ski race coaching experience, and be willing to travel to divisional, regional and national projects. TAS offers competitive pay, travel and expense reimbursement. Contact Chris at or (425) 985-6875 for more information.

Weekend Coaches: TAS is looking for weekend coaches for the 23-24 seasons (January & February)   Ideal candidates will have strong skiing or racing backgrounds, USSS Level 100 and 1+ year youth coaching experience. TAS offers competitive pay, a season pass and uniform. Contact Chris at or 425-985-6875 for more information.


Plain Valley Nordic Team

Program Director / Head Coach

Plain Valley Ski Trails (PVST)’s mission is to create and sustain a high-quality ski trail system that serves the community and funds barrier-free ski educational programs that motivate individual and team achievement. PVST is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit public charity. Our youth programs, known as the Plain Valley Nordic Team (PVNT), offer accessible year-round ski education programs, fostering an environment where we encourage each other to set and achieve goals within a supportive community.

PVNT has the advantage of managing its own trail system, the Plain Valley Ski Trails. These trails span the length of the Plain Valley, including 25 kilometers groomed daily for skate and classic. Grooming operations are tailored to meet the coaches’ needs, ensuring optimal conditions for training. The valley provides excellent dry-land training opportunities, including running, roller skiing and biking terrain.

PVNT is a well established club in the PNW (pacific northwest division). Its diverse youth ski education programs serve over 120 children from preschool to high school age, providing outdoor exposure and racing opportunities up to the highest levels, including Nationals. The accolades speak volumes about PVNT’s impact. PVNT is a three year running top 15 club at Junior Nationals. From national championships to All-American honors and even spots on the US Ski Team, the achievements of PVNT skiers are testament to their dedication and the program’s efficacy. Yet, beyond the medals and titles, Plain Valley Ski Trails harbors a deeper ambition — to shatter barriers and empower children to reach for the stars, fostering not just skiers, but resilient, healthy young adults.

Position: PVNT Program Director & Head Coach

As a full-time, year-round role, the PVNT Program Director & Head Coach will lead our youth ski education programs and oversee a team of 130 skiers and 20+ coaches. Responsibilities include communicating PVNT culture & philosophy, designing training programs, coaching skiers, managing communication, recruitment of coaching volunteers, and representing PVNT locally and nationally. The ideal candidate will have coaching experience with skiers aged 5 to 18, expertise in cross-country skiing, strong communication skills, and relevant coaching certification.

Salary: $50,000 to $60,000 with benefits.

How to Apply:

To apply, please send a resume, cover letter, and contact information for three references to PVST Executive Director, Christie Saugen at Applications will be reviewed starting the first week of June until positions are filled.

Teacup Nordic, OR

Multiple Positions 2023-24 Season

Teacup Nordic is looking to hire coaches for the 2023-24 season

Programs Coach Job Description

Please send resume and cover letter to

Ski Industry

Spout Springs, OR

Ski Area General Manager

The Umatilla National Forest is seeking proposals from interested entities to operate and manage the Spout Springs Ski Area. The Forest is looking for an operator who will provide professional management and operational oversight at Spout Springs Ski Area. The operator will be responsible for all aspects of resort management, including but not limited to hiring staff and ski patrol, inspection and maintenance of chairlifts, maintenance of groomer fleet, bar and restaurant operation, facility upkeep, and maintenance tasks.

Additional details, requirements and instructions are included here:

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