Burnaby Minor Bantam AA Coach Posting

January 31, 2013

Burnaby Minor Baseball Association (BMBA) seeks a Head Coach  for the 2013 Bantam AA spring/summer program. These paid coaching positions will include a monthly fee during the season (April-July), and will also include specific expenses incurred (hotel, travel).

The successful applicant for head coach will hold Regional Coach Trained status (or old NCCP Level II) and have “rep” level baseball coaching experience, preferably in the Bantam division.  We would also welcome current or former College/University or Pro players who are looking to get into the coaching side of the game.  (BMBA will provide coaches training for the selected candidate) 

The 2013 BMBA Bantam AA Braves spring/summer team will be a direct extension of the current BMBA Bantam AAA Braves program. The AA team will operate in unison with  AAA coaching staff in an effort to ensure consistency between the programs and ease transitions for players making the jump from Bantam AA to AAA, and to Midget AAA or Junior Premier.

The successful applicants will be expected to attend evaluations and tryouts in February/March and to begin practicing in March. The positions require travel to tournaments and provincials, and a regular practice schedule, in addition to the BC Minor Bantam AA league schedule. The applicants will also be expected to participate at some AAA practices as well as attend some AAA games as a guest coaches. These positions require a total commitment to the program. The ability to work with the existing AAA coaching staff is critical.

All applicants should apply by February 17th.

Interested parties need to apply by contacting BMBA Vice President - Vince Restoule - Vince@BurnabyMinorBaseball.com

For more information on our AAA program, please visit www.ballcharts.com/burnabyminorbraves. For more information on Burnaby Minor Baseball Association, please visit www.burnabyminorbaseball.com

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