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Job Posting - Executive Director

Thursday, January, 26, 2017

Job Posting

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

The Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) is an organization comprised of high school student-athletes, teacher-coaches, teachers, principals, and sport administrators all committed to the philosophy of “Education through school sport”.  We collaborate with volunteer teacher-coaches to provide quality provincial championships for Ontario's student-athletes, and we also deliver additional programs and services that support school sport at the provincial and local levels. 

Summary

The executive director plays an integral leadership role in both OFSAA and in school sport in Ontario.  Working closely with volunteer leaders, the executive director will ensure OFSAA is strategic, progressive, and responsive to change.

 

Principal Duties

Reporting to the president, the executive director is responsible for the overall operation of the organization, including financial management and human resources.  He/she will work with the executive council and staff to develop strategic and operational plans, and will ensure all plans are successfully achieved.  He/she will manage partnerships, liaise with stakeholders, and prepare funding applications. The successful candidate will also be required to work with committees to prepare and implement policies which align with the aims and objectives of the organization.  He/she will be required to follow procedures, abide by governing documents, and interact with government ministries.

 

Qualifications

  • Senior leadership position in education, not-for-profit, or sport sectors.
  • Degree or diploma in the field of Sport Management, Physical Education, or Bachelor of Education.
  • Proven ability to work with a variety of different personalities.
  • Knowledge of the Ontario education and sport systems.  A teaching background with experience in school sport is an asset.
  • Understanding of and belief in the school sport philosophy.
  • Bilingual in English and French is an asset but not required.
  • Valid driver’s license.

 

Interested applicants are asked to submit a resume and cover letter by 4:00 p.m. on Monday February 27th  to Ms. Beth Hubbard at beth@ofsaa.on.ca.

 

We thank all applicants; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

OHF Bursary Available 2017

Tuesday, January, 24, 2017
OHF Bursary Program

Since its establishment in 1996, the OHF Bursary Program has distributed more than $390,000 to over 360 post-secondary students across Ontario. The program was established to provide financial assistance to registered participants including players, coaches, trainers, and officials to help offset the cost of post-secondary education.  Each year, the OHF awards bursaries to outstanding young people who display an incredible amount of commitment both at the arena and in the classroom. The bursary recipients are determined on the basis of hockey involvement, community involvement and academic achievements.

This year, the OHF Bursary Program will provide $29,000 in financial assistance; all students who are enrolled or plan to enrol in a Canadian post-secondary institution and who are members of the OHF are eligible to receive bursary funds. OHF members include those participating in the Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario (ALLIANCE), Greater Toronto Hockey League (GTHL), Northern Ontario Hockey Association (NOHA), Ontario Hockey Association (OHA), Ontario Hockey League (OHL), Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA), and Ontario Women’s Hockey Association (OWHA).

Please find eligibility requirements, and required documentation in the form attached below.

How to Apply

 

  1. Complete this application form
  2. Submit all required documentation (all documents must be one-sided, unstapled, unbound and placed in order listed above) no later than 4:30pm on May 12th, 2017.
  3. Applications should be sent to the OHF Office:

 

OHF Bursary Committee
400 Sheldon Drive, Unit 9
Cambridge, Ontario
N1T 2H9

Lynn Kelman announced as Interim Executive Director

Tuesday, January, 24, 2017

OFSAA would like to welcome Lynn Kelman as its interim Executive Director.

Lynn has been in education for over 34 years, and served on the OFSAA executive council for seven years after six years as the GBSSA representative. She joined OFSAA in 2008 as vice president, moved into the president’s role in 2010, then was past president from 2012-2015 before retiring as principal at Banting Memorial High School in Alliston.

She has also sat on the OFSAA Board of Reference Transfers for eight years and was involved with Future Directions, Classifications, and Championship Review.

Lynn’s contact information is lynn@ofsaa.on.ca | 416-426-7438

OFSAA seeks new Vice President

Tuesday, January, 17, 2017

Notice:

OFSAA is accepting nominations for the position of Vice President.  The position of Vice President is a two (2) year term followed by a two (2) year term as President, followed by a two (2) year term as Past President.  According to by-law Section 2 (a) “The incoming Vice President shall be the opposite sex to the former Vice President who shall become the President.”  OFSAA is looking for male nominations for the position of Vice President.   

Duties of the Vice President:

  • two-year term;

  • voting member of the Executive Council, the Principals’ Council and will attend the Annual Assembly meeting in April each year;

  • member of the Management Committee (meets via conference call on an as-needed basis);

  • Should attend the Representatives’ Council meeting in November;

  • Chairperson of the Future Directions Committee (two-year term) - two meetings annually;

  • Chairperson of the Committee of Principals’ Representatives (two-year term) - one meeting annually at the General Assembly in April;

  • may fill in for the President if necessary;

  • may be a member of a Board of Reference;

  • may be a member of any other ad hoc committee;

  • weekday commitment - seven days/year (maximum nine).

An Association representative, after consultation with the Association’s Principal representative may, if her/she chooses, nominate an individual for this position.  The individual must be a principal or vice principal.  Nominations including a resume must be forwarded to Beth Hubbard by Thursday February 23rd at 4 pm.

Assistant Director Position Announcement

Wednesday, December, 21, 2016

It is with mixed emotions that we announce that Lexy Fogel will be moving on after nine years with the OFSAA family to work as Program Consultant with the Games Unit at the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport. Lexy will be greatly missed by OFSAA but we wish her all the best in her new role that will start on January 23, 2017. The Ministry is very lucky to have her working for them.

“It’s been such a pleasure working with all the amazing volunteers, teacher-coaches and staff. They all have a great passion for school sport and developing student-athletes and I’ve learned so much from working with them that I will take forward in both my professional and personal life.” - Lexy Fogel

OFSAA would like to welcome Jim Barbeau as its interim Assistant Director responsible for girls' championships and festivals, the Swimming Championship, the Convenor Workshop, girls' Sport Advisory Committees, Volleyball, Rugby, Swimming and Hockey Sport Advisory Committees and the CIAAA Athletic Directors Conference. Jim will assume the interim assistant director position as of January 23, 2017.

Jim Barbeau has been working with OFSAA as a special projects coordinator since the fall of 2014, coordinating alpine skiing, snowboarding, tennis, and the Board of Reference - Sanctions. Jim worked at Nicholson Catholic College for 27 years, serving as athletic director for 21 years before retirement.

OFSAA will post for a permanent assistant director later this school year.

Football Bowls 2016 Results

Wednesday, December, 21, 2016

OFSAA FOOTBALL BOWLS

Nov. 28-30, 2016, Hamilton
Peter Morris
morrisis@sympatico.ca
Entry Deadline: Nov. 22, 2016

WATCH ALL GAMES LIVE STREAMED by CanadaFootballChat.com

Official Championship Photographer Gerry Angus - GALLERIES

 

Monday November 28

Game # 1 @ 10:00 - Eastern Bowl FINAL
Paul Dwyer (LOSSA) 15  vs St. Thomas More (GHAC #2) 38
Summary active 

Game # 2 @ 1:00 - Metro Bowl
Michael Power/St Joseph (TDCAA) 7 vs St. Matthew (NCSSAA) 28
Summary active 

Game # 3 @ 4:00 - National Capital Bowl
Frontenac (EOSSAA)  18 vs Crestwood (COSSA) 19
Summary active 


Tuesday November 29

Game # 1 @ 10:00 - Golden Horseshoe Bowl
Burlington Nelson (GHAC #1) 27 vs St. Marcellinus (ROPSSAA) 6
Summary active 

Game # 2 @ 1:00 - Simcoe Bowl
Bear Creek (GBSSA) 16 vs St Ignatius HS (NWOSSAA) 29
Summary active 

Game # 3 @ 4:00 - Independent Bowl
McKinnon Park (SOSSA West) 0 vs London South (WOSSAA) 64

Summary active 


Wednesday November 30

Game # 1 @ 10:00 - Central Bowl
Jacob Hespeler (CWOSSA) 7 vs A.N. Myer (SOSSA East) 50
Summary active 

Game # 2 @ 1:00 - Northern Bowl
Etobicoke CI (TDSSAA)  30 vs Superior Heights (NOSSA) 18
Summary active 

Game # 3 @ 4:00 - Western Bowl
W.F. Herman (SWOSSAA) 13 vs Huron Heights (YRAA) 7
Summary active 


 

 

 

 

Follow:

Facebook: /ofsaafootballfestival

Twitter: @OFSAAFootball

Instagram @OFSAAGRAM

 

DOWNLOAD THE CHAMPIONSHIP PROGRAM

Girls' Basketball Championship 2016 Results

Wednesday, December, 21, 2016

GIRLS’ AAA BASKETBALL (TDCAA)

Nov. 24th - 26th, 2016, Toronto

http://www.ofsaa.on.ca/girls-aaa-basketball

GOLD - A.B. LUCAS SS (WOSSAA)

SILVER - St. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE (TDCAA)

BRONZE - St. MARY's HS (GHAC)

ANTIQUE BRONZE - PICKERING HS (LOSSA)


 

GIRLS' AA BASKETBALL (SWOSSAA)

Nov. 24th - 26th, 2016, Belle River

http://www.ofsaa.on.ca/girls-aa-basketball

GOLD - NOTRE DAME BURLINGTON

SILVER - MOTHER TERESA

BRONZE - LA SALLE SS

ANTIQUE BRONZE - ST. JOSEPH'S


 

GIRLS' A BASKETBALL (NEOAA)

Nov. 24th - 26th, 2016, Timmins

http://www.ofsaa.on.ca/girls-basketball

GOLD - ES Jean Vanier

SILVER - O'Gorman High School

BRONZE - LoEllen Park SS

ANTIQUE BRONZE - ES E.J. Lajeunesse

Boys' Volleyball Championship Results 2016

Tuesday, December, 20, 2016

BOYS' AAA VOLLEYBALL (GHAC)

Nov. 24th - 26th, 2016, Burlington

http://www.ofsaa.on.ca/boys-aaa-volleyball

GOLD - MISSISSAUGA SS

SILVER - EASTVIEW SS

BRONZE - YORK MILLS CI

ANTIQUE BRONZE - SIR WILLIAM MULOCK SS


 

BOYS' AA VOLLEYBALL (SWOSSAA)

Nov. 24th - 26th, 2016, Windsor

http://www.ofsaa.on.ca/boys-aa-volleyball

GOLD - FRANCO-CITE

SILVER - STRATFORD

BRONZE - EDEN HS

ANTIQUE BRONZE - LASALLE SS


 

BOYS' A VOLLEYBALL (NOSSA)

Nov. 24th - 26th, 2016, North Bay

http://www.ofsaa.on.ca/boys-volleyball

GOLD - LOUIS-RIEL

SILVER - St. MARYS

BRONZE - JEAN VANIER

ANTIQUE BRONZE - DURHAM CHRISTIAN

LIVE Streaming at OFSAA

Wednesday, November, 23, 2016

Upcoming OFSAA Championships will be LIVE Streamed free of charge to watch.

Click below to access the video for the following Championships:

November 28-30, 2016

OFSAA FOOTBALL BOWL SERIES (CanadaFootballChat.com)

 

 

November 24-26, 2016

GIRLS' AAA BASKETBALL (OFSAA.tv)

GIRLS' AA BASKETBALL (Twitch)

GIRLS' A BASKETBALL (OFSAA.tv)

BOYS' AAA VOLLEYBALL (OFSAA.tv)

BOYS' AA VOLLEYBALL (OFSAA.tv)

BOYS' A VOLLEYBALL (Youtube)

 

Cross Country Results 2016

Wednesday, November, 23, 2016
OFSAA Cross Country Championship 2016

Trinity College School, Port Hope, ON

Saturday November 5th

CLICK HERE FOR ALL RACE RESULTS

 

MIDGET GIRLS (3.2 KM)

Individual

1.    Haley Davis , John F. Ross, Guelph
2.    Eliza–Jane Boston, St. Maximilian Kolbe, Aurora
3.    Anna Workman, Kingston CI, Kingston
4.    Mackenzie Bilotta, Saint Andre Bessette, London
5.    Emma Graham, Senator O’Connor, Toronto
6.    Robyn Perry, Greenwood College, Toronto

 

Team

1. Kingston CI, Kingston 139 Points
2. North Toronto CI, Toronto 165 Points
3. Sir John A. MacDonald 194 Points
4. Lo-Ellen Park, Sudbury 273 Points
5. Bear Creek, Barrie 316 Points
6. Brooklin HS, Brooklin 340 Points

 

MIDGET BOYS (5 KM)

1.    Joe Fast, Ridgemont HS, Ottawa
2.    Zachary Meredith, De La Salle ESP, Ottawa
3.    Liam McKelvey, Neil McNeil, Toronto
4.    Cameron Heinz, Huntsville HS, Huntsville
5.    Matthew Lampard, Crescent School, Toronto
6.    Seth Kwasnicki, Holy Names CHS, Windsor

 

Team

1. Birchmount Park, Toronto 254 Points
2. ESC Theriault , Timmins 285 Points
3. Anderson CVI, Whitby 291 Points
4. Holy Names , Windsor 303 Points
5. Sir Wilfrid Laurier 311 Points
6. Sir Winston Churchill, Hamilton 325 Points

 

JUNIOR GIRLS (4.2 KM)

Individual

1.    Cameron Ormond , Aurora HS, Aurora
2.    Alexandra Weir, Northern SS , Toronto
3.    Remy Cattell, Leaside HS, Toronto
4.    Sydney Winokur, Lawrence Park, Toronto
5.    Kate Knafelc, E.L. Crossley, Fonthill
6.    Maxine Dupuis, ESC Theriault, Timmins

 

Team 

1. Northern SS, Toronto 64 Points
2. ESC Theriault, Timmins 76 Points
3. Leaside HS, Toronto 183 Points
4. Uxbridge SS, Uxbridge 212 Points
5. Glebe CI, Ottawa 236 Points
6. Loretto Abbey, Toronto 321 Points

 

JUNIOR BOYS (5.9 KM)

Individual

1.    Nick Mota, Newmarket HS, Newmarket
2.    Joshua Zelek, Stratford Central , Stratford
3.    Scott Arndt, Waterloo CI , Waterloo
4.    Santiago Gaitan-Cabe, Notre Dame  Welland
5.    Brock McKenzie, Our Lady of Lourdes, Guelph
6.    Evan Burke, South CI, London

 

Team 

1. St. Michael’s College, Toronto 109 Points
2. Vincent Massey SS, Windsor 266 Points
3. Holy Names CSS, Windsor 288 Points
4. Glebe CI, Ottawa 336 Points
5. Sir Winston Churchill, Hamilton 351 Points
6. St. Mary’s , Kitchener 353 Points 

  

SENIOR GIRLS ( 5KM)

Individual 

1.    Martha MacDonald, Havergal College, Toronto
2.    Hanna Johnston, Hammarskjold HS, Thunder Bay
3.    Shona McCulloch, Longfields-Davidson, Ottawa
4.    Christine Laurie, Kitchener Waterloo , Kitchener
5.    Madeleine Ghazarian, Preston CI,  Cambridge
6.    Kylee Raftis, Bishop Strachan School, Toronto

 

Team

1. Bishop Strachan School, Toronto    89 Points
2. Loretto Abbey, Toronto 220 Points
3. Glebe CI, Ottawa 285 Points
4. Lawrence Park, Toronto 329 Points
5. Havergal College, Toronto 352 Points
6. Uxbridge SS , Uxbridge 398 Points

 

SENIOR BOYS (7 KM)

Individual

1.    Andrew Alexander, Neil McNeil, Toronto
2.    Matthew Courtenay, Bear Creek, Barrie
3.    Braydon Clarke, Erin District, Erin
4.    Jordan MacIntosh, Hammarskjold HS, Thunder Bay
5.    Cameron Dean, Anderson CVI, Whitby
6.    Eric Morris, Centre Wellington , Fergus

 

Team

1. St. James, Guelph 247 Points
2. Dunbarton, Pickering 298 Points
3. Glebe CI, Ottawa 348 Points
4. Centre Wellington, Fergus 356 Points
5. Dundas Valley, Hamilton 356 Points
6. Vincent Massey SS, Windsor 358 Points

 

Para (3.2 KM) 

Female

1.    Sarah Gilles, Orangeville HS, Orangeville
2.    Clarista Ardiel, Almaquin Highlands, South River (Intellectual)
3.    Julianne Misk, St. Michael CHS (Intellectual)
4.    Tessa Rankin, W. Ross MacDonald, Brantford (Visual)
5.    Dana Godfrey, East Northumberland, Brighton
6.    Megan Miller, W. Ross MacDonald , Brantford (Visual)

 

Male

1.    Nicolas Neri, Cardinal Leger, Brampton (Visual)
2.    Zack Gingras, Bill Crothers, Unionville (Ambulatory)
3.    Jacob Balan, St. Marcellinus, Mississauaga (Intellectual)
4.    Owen Konkle, Beamsville DSS , Beamsville (Intellectual)
5.    Nick Heffernan, St. Thomas Aquinas (Ambulatory)
6.    Craig Machan, Alexander MacKenzie (Intellectual)

 

OVERALL BOYS – TEAM 

1. Holy Names, Windsor 34
2. Glebe CI, Ottawa 30
3. Birchmount Park . Toronto 29
4. Vincent Massey, Windsor 28
5. St. Michael’s College, Toronto 23
6. St. James, Guelph 22
6. Sir Winston Churchill, Hamilton 22

 

OVERALL GIRLS – TEAM

1. Loretto Abbey, Toronto 28
1. Glebe CI, Ottawa 28
3. Uxbridge SS, Uxbridge 24
4. Bishop Strachan School, Toronto 20
4. Kingston CI, Kingston 20
4. Northern SS, Toronto 20

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