Vancouver Cannons Coaching Opportunity

October 31, 2013


The Vancouver Cannons Executive Committee representing and administrating a high level Senior and Junior baseball program, and preparing players for college level baseball with potential scholarships, is looking for expressions of interest from capable individuals willing to provide a challenging and highly developmental baseball program in the BC Premier Baseball League.

Your proposed baseball program will consist of a highly competitive 80 to 90 game season including a fall ball program and a winter conditioning program in preparation for the next season.

Please submit your program plans including an outline explaining your vision, all relevant references, and an overview statement of what your program would entail for all three facets of this program, including coaching complement, monthly stipend expectations, and all other requirements you envision to put on a high level winning baseball program.

Please forward your expression of interest including all relevant information and enclosures needed for consideration. Only those applicants being considered will be contacted. All expressions of interest will be held in the strictest confidence.

Please send all submissions by email to the attention of the Vancouver Cannons Communications Director Sunny Naidu at sunnynaidu@shaw.ca by no later than November 3, 2013.

Yours truly,

Vancouver Cannons Executive Committee


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