Job: Summer Youth Coordinator

Position Title:

Summer Youth Coordinator

Responsible To:

Youth Manager

Job Term

Normally full-time for 8 weeks from late June to middle of August. Sometimes we have part-time positions for 6-8 weeks.

All positions require working some non-traditional hours, including evenings and weekends.

Job Description

The Summer Youth Coordinator (SYC) is responsible for successful implementation for all of the VULS Summer youth programs. The SYC reports to the Youth Manager ("YM"), and will work closely with other Coordinators of youth programs, i.e. Misfit Coordinator, Youth Marketing Coordinator, coaches/instructors, etc.

Duties & Responsibilities

The primary role of the SYC is to successfully support the implementation of the VULS Summer youth ultimate programs, which includes, but not limited to:

The SYC will help develop and run age appropriate ultimate programs that keep children active and help them develop skills, teamwork with a focus on SOTG throughout.


Education & Experience:

  • Experience working with youth ultimate, youth athletics, or other youth programs
  • Experience coaching ultimate, preferably at a youth level
  • Experience playing ultimate
  • Connections to the youth ultimate community in Metro Vancouver
  • Complete and pass a Criminal Record Check (CRC)
  • Basic first-aid knowledge

Preferred knowledge, skills, and abilities:

  • Self-starter: Works independently with little direct supervision
  • Organized: Sets priorities, develops schedule, tracks progress, records relevant details
  • Interpersonal: Creates and maintains positive working relationships
  • Communicator: Speaks, listens, and writes in a clear and engaging manner
  • Problem Solver: Assesses situations, gathers relevant information, generates possible solutions, and resolves the problem or makes recommendations, as appropriate
  • Professional: Represent the VULS and ultimate in a highly professional manner


  • Hourly rate dependent upon experience

To apply, submit your resume and cover letter to Youth Program Manager via