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Open Positions

CT Region Positions

Posted March 7, 2024

 

Pequot Section Chief

 

 

Do you know anyone who would be a good fit for the Pequot Section Chief?  The Pequot Section includes Pahquioque, Mt. Southington, and Powder Ridge.  Elections will be held during the Regional Spring Officers’ Meeting in April 16, 2024. Any patroller registered with a Connecticut Region Patrol may submit nominations of eligible candidates to the Election Committee Chairperson, Dan Miller via email (ctregionelectionchair@gmail.com) by March 31, 2024 with the following information:

 

  • Nominee Information, if available:

    • Name

    • NSP #

    • Email address

    • Mobile phone

 

  • If you are nominating someone else, also include:

    • Your name 

    • Your NSP#

    • Your mobile phone

 

Or click here to go to the online nomination form

 

The purpose of a Section Chief is to assist the Region Director with general leadership of the section along with any assignments the Region Director may devise for the good of the overall Section or Region.  The Section Chief is expected to develop a working relationship with the patrol leadership within the Section and assist in any way possible to alleviate or correct patrol related problems, including possible meetings with ski area management/owner personnel. The Section Chief has a vote on any proposed Amendments to the CT Region by-laws and budget.

 

New Section Chiefs are expected to attend a “New Officers” training session which is held by the Eastern Division at its annual Spring Officers’ Meeting which will be remote in early May.  Section Chiefs are expected to submit a written report pertaining to the scope of their activity and responsibilities for the past year to the Region Director no later than the Regional Spring Officers’ Meeting.

 

Each Section Chief carries a vote as a delegate to the Eastern Division Spring Officers’ Meeting to represent their Section/Region in matters on which they are required to vote, matters such as by-law changes, dues increases, and budget approvals.

 

The Section Chief is elected by a simple majority of the Patrol Representatives or equivalent, of the patrols in the Section.

 

Candidate Eligibility

Per the CT Region bylaws eligible candidates must:

  • Have a minimum of five seasons of patrolling experience, have knowledge of NSP, Eastern Division and CT Region policies and procedures and if the Candidate has not achieved Senior Alpine, Senior Nordic, or Certified status, they must have demonstrated knowledge of NSP Programs. Each Section Chief shall maintain primary NSPS registration with a Connecticut Region Patrol.

 

Term of office

  • The term of office for the Section Chief is two years, which begins after the election during the Regional Spring Officers’ Meeting in April.

  • A Section Chief can be re-elected twice for a maximum of six (6) years (three, two-year terms).

 

CT Region Historian

The CT Region has a rich history that we need to appreciate and preserve for current and future patrollers. Are you interested in researching and curating records of our history before this is lost forever? We're not just looking for facts (which is important) but we're looking for stories, photos, videos -- anything relating to our region's history.

 

If you think you might be interested, contact Skip Mudge.

Paid Patroller Position: Pahquioque

Pahquioque Ski Patrol (Thunder Ridge Ski Area, Patterson, NY) has an opening for a full-time, paid patroller. If you are interested in learning more, please contact Jim Tully, Pahquioque Ski Patrol Director at 845-519-8677 (paqskipatrol@gmail.com). You can also contact Human Resources directly:

Kathy McGrath

Payroll/HR

Thunder Ridge Ski Area

845-878-4100 x358

trsa2014@aol.com 

Eastern Division Positions

Check back here for more Eastern Division opportunities. Program Supervisors are continually being promoted or simply term out (after six years for most positions).

Posted January 19, 2023

Assistant Treasurer Announced

I am very pleased to announce that Liz Fenner has just accepted a new position as the Eastern Division Assistant Treasurer. Dallas Coffman, Eastern Division Treasurer has been looking for an Assistant Treasurer for quite some time. When discussions began at the Eastern Division board meeting last spring, he stated that his first choice would be one of our 15 region treasurers. He continued on saying that one name came to mind, the CT Region Treasurer, Liz Fenner.  A formal search committee was formed and an extensive search ensued. 

 

Many candidates were carefully considered by the division’s Finance Committee (to whom our Treasurer reports). Her qualifications and Finance Committee’s endorsement were presented to ED Board of Directors and she was unanimously approved to be the Eastern Division’s first Assistant Treasurer.

 

Liz will continue to serve as our CT Region Treasurer.

 

Please congratulate Liz on this important appointment.

Posted August 26, 2022

Whiteface Seeking Patrol Director

Vero Piacentini, VP Operations for Olympic Regional Development Authority (Belleayre Mountain, Gore Mountain, Whiteface  Mountain) is looking for a new Patrol Director for Whiteface Mountain. Click here for additional information

Pahquioque Paid Patroller
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