We are currently looking for volunteers to fill several positions in our organization

Why Volunteer for Quidditch Canada?

  • Gain experience working in a nationally registered National Sports Organization (NSO)
  • Broaden your networks, meet new people, and make friends
  • Enhance your employability skills and raise your appeal to potential employers.
  • Be a part of a diverse community dedicated to ensuring the success unique, inclusive, and dynamic sport

We currently have opening in all of our departments. Read the role description below, and send all requested materials to, unless otherwise specified.

National Team

National Team Program Manager

National Team Program Manager:

The National Team Program Manager (formerly National Team Coordinator) will act as a Quidditch Canada Manager who reports to the Executive Director of Quidditch Canada. The National Team Program Manager is responsible for establishing the National Team Program vision and ensuring that vision aligns with the Quidditch Canada policies, visions, and mandates. The National Team Program Manager will oversee the activities of the National Team’s Head Manager and the Head Coach to ensure that their actions, goals, and projects align with the program vision. They are expected to be the first point of contact to handle any conflicts associated with Team Canada and the Team Canada process including conflict resolutions between Team Canada members (including players and staff), policy concerns, and selection concerns.

Key Responsibilities

  • Hire the Head Manager and Head Coach
  • Oversee the activities of the Head Manager and Head Coach
  • Oversee the hiring of the Assistant Managers and Assistant Coaches
  • Ensure that all Team Canada activities align with the policies, visions, and mandates of Quidditch Canada as set forth by the Executive Director or Board of Directors
  • Establish and evaluate the National Team program vision
  • Maintain and update relevant National Team policies and procedures following Quidditch Canada guidelines
  • Handle any conflicts or conflicts of interest associated with Team Canada and the Team Canada process in an impartial and efficient manner
  • Maintain confidentiality of any complaint and discipline processes
  • Identify any conflicts of interest as a function of their position and declare such conflict at the onset of the discussion
  • Stay informed of IQA policy and rulebook changes and ensure that the National Team program is prepared to compete internationally
  • Participate in regular executive meetings and work in conjunction with other executives to execute the overall vision for Quidditch Canada
  • Regularly report on Team Canada activities to the Executive Director or Board of Directors, as required
  • Attract and retain corporate partners for Team Canada

Other Requirements

  • The successful candidate may not try out or play for Team Canada during the course of their tenure as National Team Program Manager.


  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Ability to lead and listen in a compassionate and impartial manner
  • Experience with and a basic understanding of social media, email, word and spreadsheet processors, and Google Drive
  • Possess, or be willing to acquire, an understanding of the IQA Rulebook as it currently applies to World Cup 2020
  • Experience in conflict resolution is an asset
  • Making Ethical Decisions module Trained or higher, or willing and able to acquire that training within 6 months of starting the position


Requested Materials:

    • Resume
    • Portfolio:
      • (1) Statement of experience that encompasses the following points in paragraph form (max. 200 words each)
        • Outline your vision for the National Team program.
        • Explain how that vision aligns with the visions and mandates of Quidditch Canada.
        • Define a conflict of interest and explain how you would handle a conflict of interest within the National Team program.
        • Outline your plan to attract and retain corporate partners for the National Team.
      • (2) 3 references with contact information

To apply, please submit all requested materials to by November 28, 2018.

Events Department

Events Coordinator (2)

Each Events Coordinator is responsible for organizing and executing 1-2 of QC’s four Major Events (two Regionals, Nationals, and Canada Fantasy). There will be 2 Events Managers, one for each Regional Championship and one for the National Championship. The Events Managers will decide amongst themselves who will run Canada Fantasy. This permanent position reports directly to the Events Director.

Key Responsibilities

  • Help achieve Quidditch Canada goals, as set forth by the Events Director, by planning and organizing logistically and financially successful events
  • Physically attend the Major Event(s) whenever possible
  • Tournament and event planning:
    • Appoint and manage Tournament Director(s) for the Major Event(s)
      • TDs will be responsible for recruiting Event Staff (field managers and equipment manager)
    • Facilitate meetings with Event stakeholders and provide regular updates to the Events Director
    • Work with the host city/committee
    • Seek out, work, and negotiate with Event Partners (companies, sponsors, hotels, and service providers) in order to run the event and meet Event requirements as set forth by the Events Director
    • Control event expenditures within assigned budget
    • Work with Gameplay Department to coordinate gameplay, reffing and snitching
    • Work with Communications Department to create an event-day communications plan
    • Work with Volunteer Department to fill any required event-day roles such as photography, commentary, and merch staff. Responsible for running commentary training.
    • Coordinate the on-site event environment from teams, staffing and spectator experiences.(e.g., communication, signage, displays, staffing)
    • Facilitate post-event debrief process and keep records of all relevant details
  • Sit on the host city selection committee and conduct site visits as much as possible

Necessary Requirements:

  • Excellent organizational and time management skills
  • Experience planning and/or directing events
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Basic computer skills including working with spreadsheets and Google docs
  • Ability to make phone calls and send emails during business hours
  • Strong intrinsic motivation
  • Strong problem-solving skills
  • Ability to work as part of a team and manage a team

Helpful Qualifications:

  • Bilingualism (French and English) is an asset
  • Experience volunteering or participating in the quidditch community is helpful
  • Experience working in the sports tourism industry is a plus

Requested Materials

  • Cover letter
  • Resume

Job Notes: Each Major Event requires at least 3 months of work, with the month leading up to the event requiring on average a few hours on a daily basis.

To apply, please submit all requested materials to

Gameplay Department

Gameplay Coordinator

The Gameplay Coordinator is primarily responsible for assisting the Gameplay Director with the oversight and organization of gameplay within Quidditch Canada. They will be expected to actively participate and contribute to Gameplay Department meetings which will discuss proposed initiatives, policies, and rule changes.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Work alongside the Events Department to determine tournament formats and other logistics related to gameplay for Quidditch Canada’s regional and national tournaments
  • Collaborate with Rankings or Statistics Coordinator to create and improve upon the algorithm used for Rankings
  • Take on project-based work as assigned by the Gameplay Director, including research projects, resource development, and gameplay-related planning and organization
  • Promote Gameplay Department initiatives such as referee training and review of game officials
  • Serve on Disciplinary Panel when requested
  • Contribute to Gameplay Department discussions on gameplay policies and rule changes


  • Familiarity with past and current rulebooks and Quidditch Canada gameplay policies
  • Quidditch or sports experience in a gameplay-related role, eg. Tournament Director or Referee will be considered an asset
  • Experience with the gameplay aspects of tournament organization – format, scheduling, etc. will be considered an asset
  • Basic computer skills including working with spreadsheets and Google Drive

Requested Materials:

  • Cover letter
  • Resume

To apply, please submit all requested materials to

Finance Department

Corporate Partnerships Coordinator

The Corporate Partnerships Coordinator will be responsible for securing new corporate partnerships and sponsors to support Quidditch Canada’s activities. They will be managed by the Financial Director.


  • Identify and build database of potential corporate partners and sponsors
  • Research, develop and design sponsorship package
  • Attempt initial contact (cold call, email) and handle initial stages of discussion with leads
  • Work with the Financial Director to negotiate details of agreements
  • Maintain thorough records of all contacts attempted and conversations had


  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Sales-oriented interpersonal skills
  • Organizational skills
  • Ability to meet deadlines
  • Graphic design experience an asset
  • Experience securing sponsorships or corporate partnerships an asset

Requested Materials

  • Resume
  • Cover letter (please note the monetary value of any previous sponsorships secured
    Please submit your cover letter and resume to

Grant Writer

The Grant Writer will be responsible for writing grants to secure funding for Quidditch Canada’s activities. They will be managed by the Financial Director.


  • Identify potential grants and other funding opportunities
  • Research, write and submit grant proposals with the support of the Financial Director
  • Maintain thorough records of all applications and research conducted


  • Excellent written communication skills
  • Strong analytical and research skills
  • Organizational skills
  • Ability to meet deadlines
  • Experience writing grants or applying for forms of funding an asset

Requested Materials

  • Resume and sample grant proposal/funding request application (if none exist, any piece of writing that involved research will be accepted)

Please submit your cover letter and resume to

Communications Department


Quidditch Canada is looking for additions to our translation team! These individuals will be responsible for translating all Quidditch Canada materials (including communications materials, league announcements, social media content, and gameplay and administrative documents as required) into Canada’s two official languages. These individuals will help improve the accessibility of Quidditch Canada to all Canadians and ensure the expansion of quidditch throughout Canada by allowing players, spectators, and supporters to participate in their native language. The translation team will work closely as part of the communications team to ensure that people are receiving accurate information in a timely manner.


  • Must be bilingual (French and English)
  • Excellent writing skills
  • Flexibility and availability are a necessity
  • Ability to produce high quality work in a fast-paced environment
  • Familiarity with social media outlets
  • No knowledge of quidditch is required

To apply, please submit a resume to and indicate your first language, if you have one. Selected individuals will receive an application and further instruction.

Staff Photographer

Staff Photographers are be responsible for taking photos at Quidditch Canada events and quidditch events in Canada or featuring Canadian teams or players. They help paint the face of quidditch in Canada and promote quidditch through producing high-quality work to be used by the Communications Department.


  • Must have access to own equipment, including DSLR camera/equivalent
  • Familiarity with photo-editing software
  • Experience with sports photography an asset
  • Willingness and ability to travel to nearby quidditch tournaments at a minimum of one tournament per 4-month semester period
  • Punctual, reliable individual with a dedication to producing high-quality work

To apply, please submit a resume and a portfolio to

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

Temporary volunteer position

Graphic Designer - Coaching Certification Manual

This individual reports to the Communications Director. This position is unpaid. This position is temporary and project-based, and will require approximately 30 hours total.This individual will be responsible for designing the Quidditch Canada Coaching Certification Manual. The graphic designer will work closely with communications and membership staff (specifically Coaching Resource Coordinators) to ensure the design, presentation, and formatting of this product is of high quality and clearly, accurately, and engagingly presents the content. This position may also work with representatives of Quidditch UK. The graphic designer will help create, establish, and maintain a strong and innovative brand.


  • Knowledge of principles of design, including: layout, typography, colour, balance, composition, and current design trends
  • Proficiency in CSS and Adobe Creative Suite is preferred
  • No quidditch experience necessary
  • Flexible and creative
  • Ability to produce high-quality work in a fast-paced environment

To apply, please submit a resume and 2-4 samples of your work (they do not have to be quidditch-related but should demonstrate your capabilities) to You may link to a portfolio if you have one.

Board of Directors

Director of the Board

No positions currently available at this time. 

Quidditch Canada is seeking individuals who have professional, personal, or other experience and networks within corporate, business, not-for-profit, quidditch, and/or other relevant communities to serve on Quidditch Canada’s Board of Directors. Directors will be responsible for overseeing Quidditch Canada’s governance and stewardship functions. The directors of the board will be elected by Quidditch Canada’s member teams.

This board is intended to be a policy board. This means that the board will be responsible for considering issues relating to the long-term direction, strategy, sustainability, and relevance of Quidditch Canada. Nominees should be aware that, as the first board members of Quidditch Canada’s policy board, there will be a learning curve during this transition process, and will require more attention to this role than future board members will be required to give in order to refine Quidditch Canada’s strategic framework and priorities.

For Quidditch Canada’s first elected board, there are seven positions available:

  • 4 directors at large (2-year term ending at the 2020 AGM)
  • 3 directors at large (1-year term ending at the 2019 AGM)

Key Responsibilities of the Board
For a full list of the responsibilities of the board, please review section 7.6 of Quidditch Canada’s Bylaws.

  • Set, monitor, change, or review the organization’s vision, mission, values (or equivalent), and strategic direction of Quidditch Canada
  • Ensure continuity for Quidditch Canada by monitoring and ensuring its financial health
  • Oversee the hiring of Quidditch Canada’s Executive Director
  • Make policies, regulations, procedures (or equivalent) to govern the management and affairs of Quidditch Canada
  • Determine the registration fees and procedures of Quidditch Canada’s membership
  • Establish any committees and be responsible for regulating the workings of those committees.
  • Partake in a minimum of two meetings with the rest of the board per year.
  • Perform any other duties from time to time as may be in the best interest of Quidditch Canada.

The following attributes are assets to any potential board member nominees.

  • Skills and/or competencies with any of the following: Business Acumen, Communications, Financial Literacy, Fund Development, Government Relations, Human Resources, Legal Knowledge, Marketing and Branding Knowledge, Negotiation Skills, Organizational Management, Policy Development, Risk Management, Stakeholder Relations
  • Experience with non profit management, sports management, or with the quidditch community at large.
  • Prior board experience
  • French and English Bilingualism

Quidditch Canada encourages nominations from women, racialized and Indigenous peoples, people with disabilities, and other underrepresented populations that will support board diversity.  

Read Quidditch Canada’s bylaws.

Quidditch Canada was created July 1st 2014 to lead, promote and advance the sport of quidditch in Canada.


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