Open Positions

Region Administrative Assistant

The Region Administrative Assistant is responsible for some basic administrative tasks, including, but not limited to

  • Setting up regional meetings (physical and virtual)

  • Co-hosting meetings (managing technical issues, late attendance, questions, etc.)

  • Distributing meeting documents to participants

  • Writing, distributing and posting Meeting Minutes

If you are interested, or would like to learn more about this position, please contact Skip Mudge (860-604-7628; skip.mudge.nsp@gmail.com)

Powder Ridge Bike Patroller

Powder Ridge is looking for OFC or OEC Technicians to volunteer on their Bike Patrol. The downhill biking activities have grown considerably this season. According to Patrol Director, Justin Lonergan, as a paid OEC bike patroller you are not allowed to bike while on duty, but as a Volunteer OEC or OFC you can bike all you want. You simply have to demonstrate your ability to a member of the Powder Ridge management team. Contact Justin Lonergan (860-637-0017) for more information.

CT Region's First Historian

We are establishing a new position for our region. Over the years, we have amassed an interesting history worth preserving, and we need to make this accessible to all of our members. As a new position, you have an opportunity to write the job description with us. Our Eastern Division has a historian, as does National. It's time we have someone to curate our rich history. If you have any interest in being on the ground floor of this vital program, please contact Skip Mudge. Oh, and did I mention, you'd get perhaps the best mentor in the region? Don Cirkot has graciously volunteered to help you get the program up and running.

CT Region ORM Program Advisor

The Outdoor Risk Management (ORM) program was created in the spring of 2019. NSP’s ORM program provides training and education in risk management for patrollers who may be asked to perform risk management functions for their resort operators.

This education program is in development. It will address topics including legislation, industry standards and practices, and risk identification and mitigation activities, along with operational basics of other on-mountain departments such as ski/ride school, lift operations, lift maintenance, terrain park operations, snowmaking and grooming.

Mark Petrozzi is the ORM program director. Mark is a patroller at Gunstock in New Hampshire with extensive experience in risk management in the ski and resort industry and over 30 years of experience in insurance, safety, loss control, regulatory compliance, and employment practices. He has been involved in creating many of the risk management, loss control, incident investigation, mountain safety, and terrain park guidelines used throughout the snowsports
industry today.

Please contact Skip Mudge if you have any interest in this position.

For CT NSP Regional  information contact:

Skip Mudge

For website information contact:

john@synergysolutions.team