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CT Region Positions

Mountain Biking at Powder Ridge

Connecticut Region Patrol!! Powder Ridge Patrol is looking for OEC certified help during our Downhill Biking Season. Powder Ridge is opening their Biking season next weekend with multi downhill racing events already scheduled for this upcoming summer. Whether you're interested in a few hours for larger events or to be put on the schedule for patrol shifts, we are interested in hearing from you. We run two paid Patrollers and two Rangers on each shift with opportunities for Volunteer Patrolling that allow you to access the Downhill biking throughout the season. Check out the website to learn more about our ever expanding Biking activities. If you are interested in joining us as a Secondary Patroller please reach out to Patrick Cipriano our Summer Coordinator. If you have any other questions please do not hesitate to reach out to Justin Lonergan

Assistant Safety Team Advisor

Kathy Fitzpatrick is looking for an Assistant Safety Team Advisor to help her expand the scope of our Safety Team. If you are interested, or would like more information regarding this position, please contact Kathy.

Region Director and Alternate Region Director

Nominations will soon be accepted for the Connecticut Region Director (RD) and Alternate Region Director (ARD) positions. The election will be held this fall, officers taking office on April 1, 2022

Please check back here for more information regarding how to submit your nomination.

Click here to go to the online nomination form

Or send email to Dan Miller with the following information:

  • Nominee Information if you know it

    • Name

    • NSP #

    • Patrol

    • Years patrolling

    • Email address

    • Mobile phone

    • Senior (Patroller, Alpine Patroller, Nordic Patroller)?

    • Certified or Nordic Master?

  • If you are nominating someone else​

    • Your name​

    • Your NSP#

    • Your email

    • Your mobile phone


  • Must maintain primary NSP registration with a Connecticut Region Patrol.

  • Must have a minimum of five seasons of patrolling experience

  • Must have achieved Senior Alpine Patroller, Senior Nordic Patroller or Certified status at some point in their patrolling career

  • May not hold any other elected office in NSP


Traits of a good RD/ARD

  • Strong organizational skills

  • Strong communication skills

  • Strong leadership/management skills


Term of office

  • The RD and ARD is two years (April 1, 2022 through March 31, 2024).

  • They may serve no more than three (3) consecutive 2-year terms.


Duties: Region Director

  • Administer the affairs of the Region

  • Serve on the Eastern Division Board of Directors

  • Work effectively with Patrol Leadership, Program Advisors, Region Officers (e.g., Section Chiefs, Treasurer, Legal Advisor, Medical Advisor, etc.)

  • Preside on all annual and special meetings

  • Perform other such duties as needed


Duties: Alternate Region Director

  • Be aware of al region issues, ready to fill in for the RD.

We have a couple of "firsts"

You can be 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.

Or perhaps you'd rather be ...

CT Region's first 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.

For a little more information on this new program, click on this link to NSP's ORM page.

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

CT Region Senior Program Coordinator

We are looking for a detail-oriented person to coordinate the various “moving parts” of our senior program. This is primarily an administrative position, responsible for overseeing a Senior Candidate’s progress through the program from the time they decide to enter the program until their Senior status is reflected in their profile. This person will develop a close working relationship with the Senior Candidate, Senior OEC and OET Training Coordinators, ROA and RD, as well as Patrol Directors, the Region Awards Advisor, and the National Office.


If you would like to learn more about this opportunity, please contact Skip Mudge.

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).