Ressort 1 - sports

In ressort 1 you will find varied tasks in in all three disciplines: from athlete catering, over the support at the inrun in ski jumping and Nordic combined, to administrative duties in the race office.

Ressort 1 - ski jumping start

In this area you support the team in the area of the inrun. If necessary, you and your team will be moving the gate as well as supporting the material control at the start. For this reason, it is important that you are physically fit and you have absolutely no fear of heights.

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Ressort 1 - ski jumping inrun

In the area of the inrun you will support the team of snowblowers. You will mainly be on duty when it's snowing. Your job is to work with your team to clear the inrun of snow to keep it ready for the competition. Therefore, you should be physically fit and have absolutely no fear of heights.

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Ressort 1 - ski jumping distance measurement

As a distance measurer your job is to identify the athletes' jump length in your assigned measurement zone. Following, you pass it to the writer. For this, you should be physically fit and always stay focused.

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Ressort 1 - cross-country time and data processing

In this area, you have a major role in cross-country skiing in terms of data and time processing. You support Swisstiming during the installation and disassembly of the timekeeping system on the entire route. During the competitions, you will be responsible - together with another volunteer- for the various control positions at the split-times to announce the backups and document checklists. In addition, you might be responsible for video recording for technical control. For this reason, it would be favourable if you had cross-country skills. Overall, it is a very interesting and demanding area, where you certainly won´t get bored.

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Ressort 1 - cross-country forerunner

As a forerunner you open and close the competitions and ensure theat the athletes find optimal conditions. You should be able to master the challenging climbs and descents of the course in classic and free technique. Ideally, you are cross-country skier with competition experience in racing and folk skiing and still in training. If you are at least 16 years old, can prepare your material independently, you are flexible, responsible amd a team worker, contact us.

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Ressort 1 - cross-country technical control

In our team for the technical control you are directly in the competition. Your task ist o check that the competitions are carried out in accordance with the rules, to film selected key points with a colleague in order to see alleged breaches of rules and to send these video sequences to the responsible LOC for checking. In order to support us in this area you should ideally come from the cross-country sector, be a trained referee or be willing to participate in this training and be able to recognize breaches of rules. It is also important that you have no problem with the modern technology (smartphone, tablet, whatsapp).

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Ressort 1 -cross-country stadium

In this area you are responsible for all tasks in the cross-country stadium. On the one hand, you will take care of distribution and return of the transponders, help with the distribution of numbers, the set-up/ conversion and cut-back of the stadium area as well as the fine preparation of the stadium. It would be important that you have a talent for handicrafts and can even handle a cordless screwdriver and cordless motor-saw. You should be weatherproof, flexible and you don´t mind working early in the morning or later in the evening.

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Ressort 1 - race office ski jumping, cross-country and Nordic combined

In the race office (cross-country, ski jumping and Nordic combined) you are responsible for all administrative tasks. You check the received announcements, inform and support the teams and officials, you deal with start/ result lists and start numbers, you prepare the team captain´s meetings and collect all logs and documents for documentation. To support the race office you should be permanently available during the competitions and when the teams arrive (around the 21st of February). You should be used to office work and be able to deal with MS Office. English and if applicable another foreign language would be important.

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