Ideal candidates have completed post-secondary education and/or have experience in physiotherapy, athletic therapy, physical education, law enforcement, healthcare and medical services, education or other similar fields. They are self-starters, possess strong communication skills, are flexible to changing needs, are diligent in following technical procedures and are able to demonstrate effective leadership skills to ensure the goals of the CCES are achieved.
Attributes and skills include:
- Work in stressful situations and solve problems;
- Act in a respectful and professional manner;
- Effectively evaluate situations and exercise good judgment;
- Follow a defined set of protocols and procedures;
- Work in a high pressure, constantly changing environment;
- Work with athletes of all levels, including Olympic, Paralympic and professional athletes;
- Recruit volunteer doping control chaperones as needed;
- Maintain information in a discreet and confidential manner.
- To collect and assist with urine and blood sample collection sessions for in-competition and out-of-competition testing missions;
- To lead Level 1 doping control missions in accordance with the CADP as required;
- To provide leadership, training and evaluation to Chaperones as required.
- Have a computer with internet access and a cell phone;
- Possess a valid driver’s license and have access to a vehicle;
- Be willing and able to travel;
- Maintain certification through training mechanisms provided by the CCES;
- Adhere to the rules of the CADP;
- Successfully go through the steps of the CCES screening policy including a criminal records check;
- Be willing to witness passing of a urine sample by athletes of the same gender as the DCO;
- Be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.