• Curling in Oregon

    Evergreen Curling Club operates the only dedicated curling facility in the state of Oregon, and one of only four in the continental United States west of the Rockies. The other three being Granite Curling Club in Seattle, Coyotes Curling Club in Tempe, Arizona, and Lake Tahoe Epic Curling in Stateline, Nevada. We are a volunteer-based 501(c)(3) non-profit sports organization.

  • Member Leagues and Public Lessons

    We offer leagues seven days a week during the October thru April curling season, private and public instruction and coaching for new and novice curlers, and clinics for members. Juniors (grades 1-12) meet for lessons and practice on most Saturdays during the curling season. We host multiple bonspiels and playdowns each year, and we hosted the 2017 USA Curling Senior Women's Nationals. The public is welcome to watch league games and competitions from our warm-room.

  • Contact Us

    email contact form

    phone: 503-430-0910

    address:10950 SW 5th Street Suite #155Beaverton, OR 97005

    map of our neighborhood

  • Dedicated Ice Facility

    Our facility is not air-conditioned, limiting the months in which curling events, lessons, and leagues may be offered. ECC is actively exploring opportunities for increasing the number of sheets (playing fields) to accommodate larger events, leagues and bonspiels. Our facility does boast an on-premises bar and offers a variety of snack food for purchase. Outside food is also welcome, but outside alcohol is not.

  • How to find ECC

    We are located within the #100 building on the west side of the Greentree West business complex. Parking lot entrance is on the east side of the complex and is marked by a dark red sign with a drawing of a tree and "Greentree West" in white.

    Look for Suite #155, (facing Little People Park and Highway 217)

Job Posting:
Part-time Curling Instructor

Evergreen Curling Club is hiring for the position of Curling Instructor at our facility in Beaverton. This position is responsible for teaching the basics of the sport of curling.  No experience necessary. Training is provided.

Job Description:

· Responsible for teaching the basics of the sport of curling at corporate and private curling events at Evergreen Curling Club.

· Works with the Curling Events Manager to teach proper curling technique to beginners in adherence to required program standards;

· Promotes a fun and welcoming atmosphere;

· Is positive and encouraging to all curling event customers;

· Demonstrated customer service skills;

· Perform other duties as assigned by the Curling Events Manager, including event set up and tear down.

Knowledge, Skills and Experience:

· Excellent communication skills, both listening and verbal;

· Strong ability to work as part of a team;

· Respects and maintains the sportsmanlike attitude

· Able to accept constructive criticism & / or general supervision;

· Able to handle conflicts & respond to problems & customer concerns;

· Able to maintain a high level of professionalism and leadership while interacting with customers and co-workers;

· Able to recognize & respond to safety & emergency situations;

· Previous experience with the sport of curling is a plus, but not required;

Evergreen Curling Club is a growing sports enterprise that is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

HOW TO APPLY

Send resume, inquiries and questions to: Events Manager

If you are not contacted, either you did not meet minimum requirements, your attachment did not open, or we have already filled the position.

Schedule and Compensation:

Work hours typically scheduled on weekdays between 9am and 4:30pm, and occasionally on Saturdays between 11am and 11pm. Additional hours may available doing ice prep and maintenance (4-6pm weekdays). This job is seasonal (September through May).

Starting pay is $13/hr.

  •  Members  2019-20  2018-19  2017-18
     Adults  208  235  170
     Juniors  35  24  20
     Half-Year  24  75  64
     Total 267   334  254

     Half-year runs January-June

     

     

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