Young Adult Adviser saught (02-12-18)
The National Ski Patrol is a member-driven organization that values and seeks to grow the diversity of its membership. To achieve its objectives, the NSP offers courses and programs designed to provide all types of patrollers with the skill sets they require to perform the services the ski areas and the skiing public expect. In addition to the core competency courses such as Outdoor Emergency care, Avalanche, and Mountain Travel and Rescue, the NSP offers programs to support groups of patrollers with specific interests or needs. The Young Adult Program is one of these programs. The NSP Young Adult Patroller Program is dedicated to advancing the patrolling skills of our young members.

The National Ski Patrol is looking for a committed leader to manage as well as oversee program development and other new initiatives in the Young Adult Program. Read more about the application requirements and process here.
 
Applications should be sent to the Young Adult Adviser Search Committee Chair Ty Damon at tydamon@me.com, no later than midnight on March 1, 2018.

Alumni Adviser saught (02-21-18)

The national board of directors is opening a search for a new national alumni adviser. Marty Huebner has fulfilled this role for a number of years and has submitted his resignation. If you have an interest in fulfilling this role, please submit your resume with a letter of intent to the search committee, which is comprised of board members Mike Huber and Jim Woodrum with division directors Liz Dodge, Lance Vaughan, and Byrd White. The application period is open until April 1, 2018. After that date, the résumés will be reviewed and interviews scheduled prior to recom-mendations made to the national chair and ratification by the board at the April or May meetings.

The national alumni adviser has a primary responsibility to advise the national board of directors on issues regarding the Alumni Program. The national alumni adviser is also the head of the National Alumni Advisory Committee, which is comprised of all division alumni advisers. Together, this committee develops and, with approval of the national board of directors, implements new additions to the Alumni Program, monitors and revises the existing facets of the program, makes recommendations to the national board of directors, and communicates relevant advisory information to the membership. The national alumni adviser sits on the National Marketing Team in support of the NSP brand.

Thanks for your consideration, and we hope to hear from you soon. Please emember to submit your material by April 1, 2018, via email to Search Committee Chair Jim Woodrum.