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Women's Listings
Clarkson University Women Need Volunteer Assistant
Email mdesrosi@clarkson.edu
Chatham Women Need Head Coach
Email czalewski@chatham.edu
Call 724-809-8173
King’s College Women Need Director of Hockey Ops
Email Jennifer Kindret at jenniferkindret@kings.edu
Long Island University Women Need Assistant Coach and Volunteer Goalie Coach
Email Rob Morgan at Robert.morgan@liu.edu
University of Maine Women Need Volunteer Assistant
Email sara.reichenbach@maine.edu
Call 207-949-0335
New England College Women Need Assistant Coach
Email Maria Lewis at mlewis1@nec.edu
Post University Women Need Two Assistant Coaches
Email Heath Isaacson at hisaacson@post.edu
Robert Morris University Women Need Volunteer Coach and Video/Hockey Ops Position
Email Paul Colontino at colontino@rmu.edu
Call 814-602-5173
Union College Women Need Volunteer Coach
Email Josh Sciba at scibaj@union.edu

Men's Listings
University of Alaska-Anchorage Men Need Volunteer Assistant/Goalie Coach
Email Matt Curley at mjcurley2@alaska.edu
Colgate University Men Need Volunteer Coach
Call Dana Borges 774-218-8874
St. Michael’s College Men Need Assistant Coach
Email Damian Digiulian at ddigiulian@smcvt.edu
Stevenson Men Need Assistant Coach
Email Dominick Dawes at ddawes2@stevenson.edu
Call 443-591-0886

King's College Women's Hockey- Hockey Ops GA/Intern

The King's College women's hockey team is looking for a qualified candidate for their Hockey Operations position. The position includes assisting Head Coach in all facets of day to day operations including but not limited to: on ice assisting for practices, in game video/ helping run video sessions , game management and equipment help. The position includes housing, food, tuition and a small stipend (classes are not mandatory).

Please send cover letter, resume and 3 references to jenniferkindret@kings.edu

Posted on 06/24/2019


Lawrence University - Head Women's Ice Hockey Coach.

The Head Women's Ice Hockey Coach is primarily responsible for the successful initial development, planning, implementation, and evaluation of the women's ice hockey program. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, training and coaching the student-athletes, recruiting quality women's ice hockey student-athletes that fit with Lawrence University, scheduling, budget management, and overall administration of a varsity Division III women's ice hockey program in accordance with NCAA, Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Women's Conference, and University rules and procedures. Credentials should reflect proven success or ability in coaching, recruiting, and working with student-athletes in a highly demanding academic environment.

For more details regarding this position please click here (PDF File)

Candidates should apply online at https://lawrence.peopleadmin.com/

Posted on 06/21/2019


Gunnery Boys JV Hockey Coach

The Gunnery School, in Washington, Connecticut is seeking a Junior Varsity Hockey Coach for the 2019-2020 school year.

Essential Functions

- Time Commitment: Up to 20 hours per week
- On and off ice coaching
- Working with the coaching staff to create practice plans
- Encouraging strong character, leadership, and work ethic in our athletes
- Providing role-model behavior to our athletes

Recommended Employment Qualifications

- NCAA Division I or III playing experience preferred
- Candidate must have a strong passion for ice hockey
- Experience working with young athletes preferred
- Strong communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills

Additional Requirements

- All Gunnery employees should uphold the School's mission and philosophy, and demonstrate the School's core character values.
- Must be able to comply with background check, including fingerprints, as required by the agency and/or state regulations.
- Ability to travel off campus for games is a necessity of this position.

If you are interested in applying for this opportunity, please submit your cover letter, resume, and letters of reference to Mike Marich, Athletic Director, at marichm@gunnery.org.

Posted on 06/21/2019


Trine University - Youth Hockey Program Director (Thunder Ice Arena, Trine University, Angola, IN 46703)

The Youth Hockey Program Director will lead the development and implementation of a unified youth hockey program which will provide the basis to develop the appropriate skills and attitudes among youth hockey players and coaches in order to prepare them to be competitive at all levels of play.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Develop and implement long term vision and objectives for Youth Hockey Programs working closely with the community, the YMCA and local schools.
2. Develop and implement annual revenue and expense budgets.
3. Assist in the recruitment and facilitate and participate in the volunteer coach selection process.
4. Facilitate and participate in tryouts and team selection.
5. Facilitate and participate in coach development for the Youth Hockey Program.
6. Facilitate and participate in player development for the Youth Hockey Program.
7. Ensure that the Youth Hockey Program is promoting age-appropriate skill development at all levels.
8. Assist in assignment of all ice times across all teams and levels within Youth Hockey Program.
9. Facilitate and participate in appointing Coordinators for Youth Hockey Program.
10. Ensure team placement for all registered players within the Youth Hockey Program. 11. Serve as Tournament Director for all youth hockey tournaments.
12. Required to perform duties with limited supervision and will be required to make significant independent decisions.
13. Direct, manage, implement, and develop ongoing policies and procedures for all youth hockey related programming with emphasis on risk management and safety of all patrons and staff.
14. Directs and oversees all hockey related equipment used for Youth Hockey with an emphasis on safety and quality.
15. Direct the planning and organizing of the marketing of all youth hockey programs.
16. Assist Rink Mangager with managing the rink
17. Other duties as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Bachelor's Degree and 2 years of experience in ice related youth sports and activities, or 6 years of experience in ice related youth sports and activities or equivalent education and experience.
2. Successful management and recreational programming experience.
3. Experience in working within a university environment.
4. USA Hockey coaching certification.
5. Demonstrated commitment to sport.
6. Strong communication skills.
7. Efficient planner with follow-through.

The salary is competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications.

If interested please apply to Mike Ferrell, ferrellm@trine.edu

Posted on 06/21/2019


St. Olaf College -- Head Men's Hockey Coach

Position Summary: To oversee the overall management of the men's hockey program ensuring the student athletes have an impactful, equitable and safe experience.

Visit this link for addtional information: https://stolaf.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobID=1577&job=head-mens-hockey-coach

Posted on 06/20/2019


Assistant Women's Hockey Coach - SUNY Canton

SUNY Canton Women's Hockey is searching for a qualified Assistant Women's Ice Hockey Coach. Duties would include assisting in all functions of a NCAA hockey program, including; recruiting, player development, practice planning and execution, video breakdown, game strategy planning, equipment, travel and meal planning, and daily operations of the program.

Qualifications:

A valid passport, Collegiate playing and/or coaching experience in women's ice hockey is preferred. Applicants should be highly motivated, dependable, and passionate about coaching.

Review of applications begins immediately. Interested candidates should e-mail resume and references to: David LaBaff, Head Women's Ice Hockey Coach, at labaffd@canton.edu

Posted on 06/19/2019


Concordia University Ann Arbor Assistant Coach

The Assistant Men's Ice Hockey Coach will be responsible for working alongside the Head Ice Hockey Coach in all aspects of the program to facilitate the development, both academically and athletically, of every Ice Hockey Student-Athlete.

Assistant Coach duties:

• Assist with aspects of student-athlete recruitment, which includes, but is not limited to; preparation of recruiting schedules, making recruiting visits, and process accepted student-athletes within the guidelines of the NAIA and WHAC Conference
• Manage, with assistance from the Head Coach, all competitive game scheduling
• Assist in organization of team practice sessions, on-ice coaching, pre and post-game analysis, strength and conditioning sessions, and competition day duties
• Assist with the video analysis of team and individual players
• Assist with team travel and other off-ice administrative duties
• Communicate effectively with students, faculty, administration, staff and alumni

Qualifications:

• Ability to pass background check
• Bachelor's degree
• Playing experience
• Experience coaching ice hockey
• Excellent communication skills, oral, written, and social media
• Valid driver's license

Please send a resume, cover letter and three professional references via e-mail to:

David Wohlberg
Head Men's Ice Hockey Coach
Concordia University- Ann Arbor, MI
david.wohlberg@cuaa.edu

Posted on 06/19/2019 (List until 08/31/2019)


New England College Men's Hockey - Graduate Assistant Hockey Coach

New England College, member of the New England Hockey Conference (NEHC), has an immediate opening for the position of Graduate Assistant Hockey Coach for the 2019-20 season. Responsibilities include recruiting and evaluating of potential student-athletes, game and practice preparation, video analysis, conditioning, and other duties as assigned. This is an excellent opportunity for a person wishing to pursue a career in college coaching.

Qualifications include a minimum of a bachelor's degree and the ability to gain admission to the New England College graduate program. In addition, the candidate must possess a strong knowledge of the game of hockey, playing or coaching experience at the college level or equivalent, effective organizational and communication skills and the ability to represent the philosophy and educational goals of New England College. New England College offers the ideal candidate a competitive Graduate Assistant package which includes tuition, room and board.

Qualified applicants should electronically submit a cover letter, current resume and list of 3 references with email and telephone contacts to Tom Carroll, Head Hockey Coach, New England College at tcarroll@nec.edu

Posted on 06/15/2019


Culver Academies - Head Girls Coach

Culver Academies, an independent boarding school (grades 9-12) located on the shores of Lake Maxinkuckee in Indiana, seeks to fill the position of Head Girls Hockey Coach for the 2019-20 academic year. Culver seeks to continue to grow and expand its Tier-I girls hockey program towards national prominence and is seeking a credentialed and driven coach for this leadership. This position will serve as the head coach the current girls prep team (19U) and build a nationally competitive program, adding and leading a 16U team in 2020 along with future growth in coaching staff. In the 2019 campaign, the 19U team won the Mid-Am District Championship, earning its first ever bid to the USAH Tier-I 19U National Tournament in program history.

For more details regarding this position please click here (PDF File)

Posted on 06/15/2019 (List until 08/01/2019)


Nazareth College - Assistant Athletic Instructor, Men's Ice Hockey

Assistant Athletic Instructor is responsible for working with the Head Coach in all aspects of program operations, including recruiting, on-field work, game planning and scouting. Individual must have an understanding of all pertinent NCAA rules governing the sport. Must have a commitment to the Division III philosophy and be able to work within the philosophy and mission of the Athletics Department.

Visit this link for addtional information: https://jobs.naz.edu/postings/2172

Posted on 06/15/2019


Huntsville Havoc - Volunteer Video Coach / Analytics Coordinator

The Huntsville Havoc of the Southern Professional Hockey League are looking for a volunteer video coach / Analytics coordinator.

Responsible to help in the execution of all scouting, film preparation, and competition preparation. These will include:

- video breakdown
- use of appropriate video-editing software
- help with team film sessions
- development of scouting reports

Also responsible in the execution of gathering statistical information used in Analytics.

Experience using Steva or similar video breakdown software would be a plus.

Past playing experience would be valued.

If interested, please email gdetulleo@hsvsports.com

Posted on 06/15/2019 (List until 07/31/2019)


Mid Cities Junior Stars (NA3HL) - Full-Time Assistant Coach

The Mid Cities junior Stars hockey team of the NA3HL are looking for a full-time assistant coach. Must have experience recruiting.

Interested applicants can send their resume to head coach Tom Train at: ttrain@starsjrhockey.com

Posted on 06/15/2019


University of Colorado Boulder – Men's D2 Ice Hockey Head Coach

University of Colorado Boulder, an American Collegiate Hockey Association program with elite ACHA Men's Division 1 and Division 2 teams, is seeking candidates for the position of men's D2 head hockey coach.

The Head Coach is responsible for coaching, teaching and mentoring a team of approximately 25-30 student athletes. The head coach is charged with supervising all aspects of the team and ensuring that the program is operated in compliance with ACHA, Conference and school rules. Supervision includes team and assistant coach, working with team leadership and team officers at all tryouts, practices, and home and away games. The coach is also expected to attend all league and school meetings and assist where necessary.

The University of Colorado Boulder Men's D2 team will be going into their fourth season. The team has seen a lot of success in its first three seasons, winning their league and making it to the ACHA West Regional. The team competes in the Big Mountain Hockey Conference. The teams season runs from late August to March.

The job requires previous coaching experience. Previous AAA level and/or ACHA or NCAA playing and/or coaching experience is wanted.

This job includes a salary which varies based on experience.

Please send a: Resume, Cover Letter and three professional references.

All interested candidates please email aaron.forman@colorado.edu

Posted on 06/15/2019


North Iowa Bulls (NA3HL) - Full-Time Assistant Coach

The North Iowa Bulls junior hockey team of the NA3HL are looking for a full-time assistant coach.

Interested applicants can send their resume to head coach Todd Sanden at: tsanden33@msn.com

Posted on 06/13/2019


Colgate University – Assistant Coach of Women's Ice Hockey

The Assistant Coach of Women's Ice Hockey accountabilities include:

• Responsible for execution of specific strategic activities and outcomes within assigned sport or area. These will include sustained performance and execution in the following areas:

- adhere to Head Coach's philosophy
- athletic instruction/coaching
- program operations and administration as designated by head coach

• Responsible for oversight of all administrative operations regarding student-athlete development. These will include:

- monitoring of student-athlete academic progress and well-being
- ensure student-athlete participation in all assigned community service activities

• Responsible for execution of all scouting, film preparation, and competition preparation. These will include:

- video breakdown
- use of appropriate video-editing software
- coordination and oversight over film exchange program per conference policies
- coordination of team film sessions
- development of scouting reports

• Responsible for overall team recruitment strategy.

- exercises independent judgement regarding recruitment of prospective student-athletes.
- decision-making authority to determine which individuals to recruit
- decision-making authority in the allocation of scholarship allocations (as applicable)
- attracting and evaluating prospective student athletes
- monitoring prospective student-athlete academic progress and well being
- developing and maintaining relationships with prospective student athletes and other recruiting constituents

• Accountable for maintaining personal compliance with all relevant governing bodies to include:

- NCAA
- specific conference
- athletic department
- university policies
- successful completion of annual NCAA recruiting exam
- attendance at all required compliance educational meetings
- successful on-time completion of all recruiting logs

• Accountable for maintaining professional relationships with key internal and external stakeholders. To include:

- responsible for all newsletters and communication with alumni
- responsible for team promotion and marketing to all constituents
- responsible for determining communication strategy within university and local community

• Independent and unchallengeable decision-making regarding all student-athlete participation in assigned sport activities when head coach is not present. Accountable for student-athlete welfare while coaching.

• Responsible for maintaining a budget. Exercises independent discretion on all purchases and budgetary decisions for program.

• Responsible for hiring, oversight and management of student managers and part-time casual wage staff. Assistant Coach has independent discretion on all hiring and termination of student employees and part-time casual wage staff.

• Responsible for role modeling behaviors and leadership for student-athletes.

Colgate Athletics Mission:

To be an inclusive community of competitive excellence

Athletics Department Values:

Thoughtful – Careful, reasoned, inclusive thinking
Driven – Relentless, energetic, focused pursuit of courageous goal
Enthusiastic – Passionate, positive, fun presence
Cohesive – Close—knit, collaborative, consistent teamwork
Bold – Creative, resourceful, fearless winners

Colgate University is committed to the principle of institutional control in administering its athletics program in a manner consistent with the NCAA, ECAC, and Patriot League rules. Each individual involved in the athletics division is obligated to maintain competency and knowledge of the rules, to act within his or her realm of responsibility in full compliance with the governing legislation, and to report any violation of NCAA, ECAC or Patriot League rules of which he or she is aware. Without limiting remedies otherwise available to the university, if you are found to be in violation of any NCAA, ECAC or Patriot League rules, you may be subject to disciplinary or corrective action as set forth in relevant NCAA, league or conference disciplinary and/or enforcement procedures, including suspension without pay or termination of employment for significant or repeated violations.

EEO Statement

It is the policy of Colgate University not to discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of their race, color, creed, religion, age, sex, pregnancy, national origin, marital status, disability, protected Veterans status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, being or having been victims of domestic violence or stalking, familial status, or any other categories covered by law. Colgate is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Candidates from historically underrepresented groups, women, persons with disabilities, and protected veterans are encouraged to apply.

A Bachelor's degree is required. A Master's degree is preferred.

Professional Experience/Qualifications

Candidate must demonstrate a significant knowledge of ice hockey, proven success in coaching ice hockey at the collegiate or an equivalently high level, the ability to recruit, develop and motivate Division I student-athletes, a strong commitment to the academic success of student-athletes, knowledge and commitment to University, Conference and NCAA regulations, good communication skills, and strong leadership.

A current valid driver's license in accordance with the University's Driver Safety and Motor Vehicle Use Policy is required.

Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/d2n3pyshbjj8qxrv

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Posted on 06/13/2019


Dordt University - Graduate Assistant Men's Hockey

Dordt University is accepting applications for a Graduate Assistant position for the men's hockey program. The position is a 2-year commitment with annual review. Some of the benefits include tuition discounts for the Dordt Master of Education program or Master of Public Administration program, campus housing, meal benefits and more.

Primary responsibilities as a men's hockey graduate assistant coach include, but are not limited to:

assisting with all aspects of recruiting, practice and game preparation, film breakdown, opponent scouting, working individually and with small groups of players, and other responsibilities as assigned by the head coach. Hours expected to work in the role of assistant coach would be approximately 750-1,000 hours.

A bachelor's degree and admission into Dordt's Master of Education or Master of Public Administration program are required. Past experience coaching and/or playing hockey is desired. Hiring priority will be given to candidates interested in the graduate student program, but consideration will also be given to candidates looking to serve only in a part-time coaching capacity.

Qualified candidates committed to the mission of Dordt University can apply through the link below.

https://dordt.applicantpro.com/jobsearch/?job_board_classification=staff

A review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Posted on 06/13/2019 (List until 08/13/2019)


Assistant Coach – Wausau RiverWolves (NA3HL)

Qualifications:

- Playing or coaching experience preferably at junior or college level
- USA Hockey Coaching Certified
- Knowledge of player advancement to Junior, College, Minor pro, and Pro levels.
- Ability to recruit
- Strong work ethic with a positive attitude

Responsibilities:

- Attend all scheduled games, practices, team meetings, and events
- Scouting and recruiting
- Work with head coach on practice planning, game analysis and strategy
- Assist with off-ice training

Interested candidates should send a resume to Head Coach Colin Bailey (colin@riverwolveshockey.com)

Posted on 06/13/2019 (List until 07/12/2019)


Iowa State University – Men's Ice Hockey Assistant Coach (New Position)

Iowa State University, an American Collegiate Hockey Association program with elite ACHA Men's Division 1 and Division 2 teams, is seeking candidates for the position of men's assistant hockey coach.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: assisting the head coach & general manager in all aspects of coaching both the ACHA Men's D1 and D2 teams; assisting in the recruitment of student-athletes for both teams; preparing practice plans for both teams; assisting and/or running team practices; planning dryland training sessions; preparing and running team video sessions; performing important administrative duties; coordinating travel arrangements and plans for both teams; monitoring student-athlete academic performance; selling advertisements and sponsorships to area, regional, and national businesses.

Preferred qualifications include a strong ability to recruit student-athletes, sales experience, and an eye toward detail.

The job requires a bachelor's degree plus record of successful coaching experience.

Benefits include a base salary of $32,000+, commission on advertising and ticket sales, health insurance and retirement contributions. This is a full-time, 12-month position. The final candidate will be required to successfully pass a background check.

All interested candidates must apply via the following link to be considered:

https://www.iastatejobs.com/postings/39844

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Posted on 06/11/2019 (List until 06/23/2019)


Amherst College - Assistant Coach of Women's Ice Hockey

Amherst College invites applications for the Assistant Coach of Women's Ice Hockey (Casual Position, No Benefits) position. Amherst College has profoundly transformed its student body in terms of socioeconomic status, ethnicity, and nationality, among other areas. Today, nearly one-quarter of Amherst's students are Pell Grant recipients; 45 percent of our studentsidentify as domestic students of color. Our expectation is that the successful candidate will excel at working in a community that is broadly diverse with regard to race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, gender, nationality, sexual orientation, and religion.

The Assistant Coach of Women's Ice Hockeyis a full time, year round, casual position without benefits. The assistant coach will assist the head coach in all aspects of a highly competitive NCAA Division III women's ice hockey program. The position will include responsibilities such as recruiting correspondence and evaluations, daily operations, practice planning, coaching, scouting, player development and various other administrative tasks as assigned by the head coach. The position requires an understanding of the role of intercollegiate athletics in a highly competitive academic environment. Requires night and weekend work, and overnight travel to away games and recruiting tournaments. The assistant coach takes appropriate actions to support a diverse workforce and participates in the College's efforts to create a respectful, inclusive, and welcoming work environment.

Summary of Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

• Coaching - Assists with in-season coaching and teaching to develop student-athletes' skill, conceptual understanding and teamwork, practice planning and player development, actively involved in scouting of opponents, and in film breakdown for scouting and player development

• Recruiting - Coordinates recruiting correspondence and database management, organizes recruiting tournaments for efficient evaluation of talent, assists with the coordination and organization of student-athlete on-campus visits

• Program responsibilities - Ensures Compliance with College, NESCAC, and NCAA rules and regulations

QUALIFICATIONS

• Bachelor's Degree
• A valid driver's license and successful credentialing is required in order to operate College vehicles
• Collegiate playing and/or coaching experience preferred
• Commitment to working with a diverse and inclusive community

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

Interestedcandidates are asked to submit a cover letter, resume, and the names and contact information (email and/or telephone numbers) for three professional references. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.

ABOUT AMHERST COLLEGE

Amherst College, one of the premier liberal arts colleges in the nation, is located in Amherst, Massachusetts, a town of approximately 35,000 residents in the western part of the state. The college's community is composed of about1,800 students from 48 states, plus Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico and 54 countries around the world, and about 1,000 staff and faculty. The college's scenic 1,000-acre campus includes a 500-acre wildlife sanctuary and the Book & Plow Farm ; three museums: Emily Dickinson Museum , Beneski Museum of Natural History and Mead Art Museum ; and multiple educational and cultural venues and resources through the Five College Consortium. The town of Amherst offers an amazing variety of coffee shops, restaurants and entertainment, and a very active outdoor life. Our vibrant campus, diverse community and beautiful surrounding, makes Amherst College and the Town of Amherst the perfect place to work, learn and live!

Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/vcjky7bsgzqkdh28

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Posted on 06/11/2019


Timberwolves Hockey Club - Hoffman Estates, IL - Coaching Opportunities

The Timberwolves Hockey Club out of Hoffman Estates, IL (NIHL) is currently looking for energetic, motivated and player development focused coaches (non-parent within our program) for the upcoming fall season. Interested applicants should please contact the clubs Hockey Director Trevor DiCarlo at Trevordicarlo@yahoo.com for more information.

Posted on 06/11/2019


Bozeman Icedogs - Assistant Coach NA3HL

Qualifications:

- Past Coaching or Playing experience at the Junior Level
- Ability to recruit
- Ability to attract and retain high-level players
- Strong organizational and communication skills

Responsibilities:

- Practice planning
- Scouting and recruiting year-round, assist with off-ice and on-ice training
- Video analysis and game breakdown
- Attend all scheduled games, practices, team meetings, and events
- Pre-scout events & games when necessary
- Teaching and implementing team concepts
- Work closely with Team Management on game day operations

Submit Resume to the Bozeman Icedogs Head Coach / GM, Elliot Bates, Elliot.bates@hotmail.com

Posted on 06/11/2019 (List until 07/03/2019)


Director of Hockey Operations– Palm Beach Skate Zone / Hawks Program

Palm Beach Skate Zone, based out of sunny Palm Beach Florida, is seeking a dynamic leader to serve as Director of Travel Hockey Operations for the Youth Program and player development.

Qualifications

Excellent leadership skills
Ability to communicate effectively and efficiently with coaches, players and parents.
Strong organizational and administrative skills
A proven record of integrity, high principles and demonstrated skill in developing and motivating coaching & players
A pleasant personality combined with a positive attitude is essential
Ability to foster a cooperative work environment, get along and work well with other members of the organization
Excellent time management skills
Coaching and player development skills
Excellent computer skills and is familiar with creating schedules.

Pre-requisites

Position requires a full time person
Extensive knowledge of the game- Ideal candidate will have played the game, coached and developed players and has worked as an administrator.
College graduate preferred
Level 4 USA Hockey certification preferred
Must pass a National Background Check

Salary: TBD depending on applicant's qualifications

Send resumes to Carlos Freitas at carlos@pbskatezone.com

Posted on 06/11/2019


Adrian College - Women's ACHA Division 1 Ice Hockey Coach

Full-time, 11 month position; some evening and weekend work is required; some travel is also required

For more details regarding this position please click here (PDF File)

Posted on 06/08/2019


Head Coach- West Point Men's ACHA D-II Hockey

The United States Military Academy Black Knights D2 Hockey club is seeking qualified candidates for the head coaching position, for the 2019-20 season.

The Head Coach is responsible for personnel management, mentoring, and on and off-‐ice training of approximately 25-30 cadets with direct supervision over all aspects of the team and ensuring that the program is operated in compliance with ACHA, Conference and Academy rules, as well as develop a culture of excellence poised to fulfill the missions of West Point. Supervision includes team and assistant coaches; all tryouts, practices, and home and away games. The team plays in the Super East Collegiate Hockey League and the season runs from August through March.

Job Responsibilities:

- Organize, plan and attend two weekly practices
- Prepare for and attend all home and away games, including out-of-state games/tournaments
- Develop and attend off-ice workouts and other team functions
- Develop effective two-way communication plan with team leaders and West Point Officer in Charge
- Other tasks assigned by West Point Officer in Charge (OIC)

Responsibilities:

• Understand and abide by all Academy, ACHA Division II policies and regulations
• Organize and implement comprehensive practice and game plans
• Demonstrate and communicate expertise and knowledge of the sport

Qualifications:

- Previous coaching experience required
- Collegiate or Junior playing experience helpful
- Strong organizational and communication skills
- USA Hockey Accreditation
- A philosophy and vision for the team's success

Compensation: dependent on experience

Please send a resume and cover letter addressing all job qualifications, as well as names of three professional references with contact information (phone, email) to matt@mckeegrp.com.

References will not be contacted without prior notification of candidates and all submissions will be considered confidential. If you have further questions about the team or position you can also email them to matt@mckeegrp.com.

Posted on 06/08/2019 (List until 07/31/2019)


Goalie Coach Position with The Goalie Academy Washington DC

Coach an already existing goalie clientele and build a bigger following. We have contracts with area clubs and we own a real ice facility.

This is an exciting opportunity for a driven goalie coach looking to grow the business while helping players get to the next level.

We are seeking a former Collegiate or Professional goalie to coach, train and instruct youth, high school, college, pro, and adults on a full-time basis. The ideal candidate must be committed, entrepreneurial thinking, and hard-working.

For more details regarding this position please click here (PDF File)

Posted on 06/08/2019


Player Skills Coach Loudoun Ice Centre Washington DC

Coach an already existing player clientele and build a bigger following. We own the ice. Tell us what you are going to do with it!

This is an exciting new opportunity for a driven ice hockey skills coach looking to grow the business while helping players get to the next level.

We are seeking a former Collegiate or Professional hockey player to coach, train and instruct youth, high school, college, pro, and adults in the sport of ice hockey on a full-time basis. The ideal candidate must be committed, entrepreneurial thinking, and hard-working.

For more details regarding this position please click here (PDF File)

Posted on 06/08/2019


Volunteer Goalie Coach Holy Cross Women

The College of the Holy Cross is seeking applications for a volunteer goalie coach position. Worcester, MA playing in Hockey East.

If interested, please contact Head Coach Katie Lachapelle at klachape@holycross.edu or call 617-413-9899 for more information.

Posted on 06/06/2019


Delaware Jr. Blue Hens - U18 and U16 Coaches

The Delaware Jr. Blue Hens is a Tier II Youth Hockey organization that conducts its' practices and home games at the University of Delaware's Rust Arena and Gold Arena in Newark, DE.

Our organization provides the resources to make our players and coaches the best that they can be. We strive to facilitate the learning of the necessary technical skills required to excel in the sport of ice hockey. In addition, we want to foster the development of individual characteristics such as leadership, teamwork, work ethic and commitment for our players which will go far beyond the sport they play.

We are uniquely positioned to accomplish this due to our valued relationship with the University of Delaware and the University of Delaware Ice Hockey program. Our university-based facilities and the university staff supporting us are world class in what and how they deliver.

Finally, but equally as important, we wish to provide an environment where families can get what they want out of the Tier 2 youth hockey experience based on their own family goals.

Program Goals

1. Maintain an enjoyable and secure family friendly environment while constantly challenging our skaters in every aspect of team sports. 2. Provide the resources to enable our players and coaches to become the best that they can be. 3. Grow the program. 4. Field nationally competitive Tier 2 AA and A National teams. 5. Provide the best youth ice hockey value in the area for what our families invest in terms of time and money. Strategy Overview

Clearly the best way to improve youth ice hockey in Delaware is to provide an environment where everyone that wants to play can play. In addition to technical skill, we mandate that our players have discipline, a strong work ethic, strong sense of team work and a high level of commitment. Primary developmental focus at all levels will be on power skating, stick handling, hockey sense, physical conditioning and endurance.

The Jr. Blue Hens are looking to fill the following;

1 - U18 Boys Head Coach
1 – U16 Boys Head Coach
Head Coach: Areas of responsibility is coaching and assist in all aspects of the hockey team including organizing and administering practices, game strategies, manage schedule, injury reports, and weekly meeting with the Director of Hockey.

QUALIFICATIONS:

• Excellent leadership skills
• Ability to communicate effectively and efficiently
• Strong organizational and administrative skills
• A proven record of integrity, high principles and demonstrated skill in developing and motivating students - athletes both academically and athletically
• A pleasant personality combined with a positive attitude is essential
• Ability to foster a cooperative work environment, get along and work well with other members of the organization
• Excellent time management skills & Coaching skills
• Reside in the greater Philadelphia or surrounding area (DE, MD, or NJ)

WORKING CONDITIONS:

• Must be available during the evening Monday- Friday and weekend work
• Some overnight travel- Showcases and tournaments
• Extensive knowledge of the game- Ideal candidate will have played at a high level and has some experience coaching at a high performance level
• Must receive a negative Criminal Record Check

Salary: TBD depending on applicant's qualifications
Please submit applications to jointheJBH@jrbluehens.org

Posted on 06/06/2019


University of Providence - Head Women's Ice Hockey Coach

The University of Providence is a four-year, private, Catholic liberal arts university with a main campus located in Great Falls, Montana offering both face to face and online programs. The University is committed to its mission of preparing students for living and making a living. Founded by the Sisters of Providence, the University is a ministry of Providence St. Joseph Health (PSJH) and continues to create academic programs to address current and future workforce needs. Shared values of respect, compassion, justice, excellence and stewardship shape the missions of both the University and PSJH.

For more details regarding this position please click here (PDF File)

Posted on 06/06/2019


University of Providence - Assistant Men's Ice Hockey Coach

The University of Providence is a four-year, private, Catholic liberal arts university with a main campus located in Great Falls, Montana offering both face to face and online programs. The University is committed to its mission of preparing students for living and making a living. Founded by the Sisters of Providence, the University is a ministry of Providence St. Joseph Health (PSJH) and continues to create academic programs to address current and future workforce needs. Shared values of respect, compassion, justice, excellence and stewardship shape the missions of both the University and PSJH.

For more details regarding this position please click here (PDF File)

Posted on 06/06/2019


OHIO UNIVERSITY GRADUATE ASSISTANT, ACHA D1

Founded in 1804, Ohio University enrolls 22,000 students at its Athens campus in South- east Ohio. Ohio University offers our student-athletes the quintessential collegiate experience. Athens, Ohio set in the Allegheny Plateau of the Appalachians; representing the best combination of big school with small town feel.

Home to the Bobcat Hockey team, Bird Ice Arena is an indoor single sheet of ice, operated by Ohio University Campus Recreation. The facility has a 1,200 seat capacity and serves as the home ice for the four-time ACHA National Champions, the Ohio University Bobcats Hockey Team. The Bobcats are affiliated with the Division I level of the American Collegiate Hockey Association, and the Central States Collegiate Hockey League (CSCHL).

Bobcat Hockey creates a raucous atmosphere at Bird Ice Arena each weekend, regularly bringing in 1,200 fans each Friday and Saturday night including local TV coverage and web streaming on game nights as well as consistent press coverage. Our players practice four times a week from 3:00 to 5:00 pm, Monday-Thursday, with home game day morning ice on Friday. We have access to a qualified strength and conditioning training staff at Carin Center, which resides in Peden Stadium, where our players' work out twice a week in-season. Carin Center caters to Ohio's 21 NCAA Division I varsity sports. Our players are well looked after throughout the year with a graduate assistant athletic trainer offering cutting edge medical treatment, and three undergraduate athletic training students specifically catering to our team's needs each practice and game day.

Ohio University ACHA Division I Men's Ice Hockey is looking for candidates to fill the role of Graduate Assistant Coach. The position is in charge of all duties related to the running of a perennial national contending ACHA Division I team. This includes coaching, scouting, recruiting, and assisting with practices. Candidate will also be involved with miscellaneous events when needed pertaining to Ohio University's Department of Student Affairs or Campus Recreation, under which Bird Arena resides, and will be the lead on-ice instructor for the Learn to Play Hockey programs at Bird Arena. Candidate will also serve roles in Bird Arena staffing, and the Bird Arena Hockey League (Adult League).

Graduate Assistants actively contribute as a staff member of a department and division that upholds the framework of equity and social justice. Encourage both employees and patrons to view themselves as having the potential to make meaningful contributions and to be engaged in their communities. Advocate for awareness, understanding and the diversity and inclusion of all people in Campus Recreation facilities, programs, and communication while providing a commitment to work effectively with students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds. Advocate for the educational and cultural benefits of providing diversity and inclusion in all areas of your position and department.

The Graduate Assistant Coach, ACHA Division 1 will also receive a full tuition waiver, in state or out-of–state, for the academic year and a summer session prior to or following academic year for a M.S.R.S Coaching Education Master's Degree. Recipient must pay student fees (general, legal, technology, insurance, etc.). Ohio Hockey Graduate Assistants also get a stipend of $13,500 during the season and have an opportunity to work summer hours at $12.25 per hour.

Ohio University is committed to creating a respectful and inclusive educational and workplace environment. Ohio University is an equal access/equal opportunity and affirmative action employer with a strong commitment to building and maintaining a diverse workforce. Women, persons of color, persons with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Ohio University is a member of the OH/Western PA/WV Higher Education Recruitment Consortium. www.ohwpawvherc.org

To apply for this job please visit www.ohiouniversityjobs.com.

Any questions or additional information can be emailed to Head Coach, Cole Bell at bellc1@ohio.edu.

This job will be open to applicants until June 23rd.

Posted on 06/06/2019 (List until 06/23/2019)


Assistant Coach- Boston Bandits, NCDC

The Boston Bandits NCDC team is seeking applicants for the position of Assistant Coach. The team practices 4 times per week (afternoon) and plays games on the weekends with occasional mid-week games. This is a part-time position with a stipend and potential for housing.

Job Responsibilies:

-Assist the head coach in running practices.
-Assist the head coach in managing the bench during games.
-Assist with video breakdown.
-Assist with scouting and recruiting.

Qualifications:

-An in-depth knowledge and understanding of ice hockey.
-Good organizational skills.
-Strong work ethic and character.
-Playing and/or coaching experience at the junior/college level.
-USA Hockey coaching certification preferred but not required.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and three references to jgaudet@bostonbandits.com.

Posted on 06/06/2019 (List until 08/31/2019)


WCHA Communications & Operations Internship

The Western Collegiate Hockey Association is seeking qualified candidates for a newly-created internship that would assist with aspects of communications, marketing, operations and administration for the Association's 10-team men's league and seven-team women's league.

Download Complete Job Description In PDF Format

Posted on 06/04/2019 (List until 06/30/2019)


Head Women's Hockey Coach – Aurora University (Aurora, IL)

Aurora University (Aurora, IL) seeks qualified candidates for its Head Women's Hockey Coach. The Head Coach is responsible for organizing, administrating and managing all aspects of the Aurora University NCAA Division III women's hockey program. This includes but is not limited to: scheduling of varsity and junior varsity contests as necessary; development and management of operating budget; and making team travel arrangements.

Essential job requirements include BA/BS degree with a minimum of five years related experience; intercollegiate hockey coaching experience preferred. This is a full-time position offering comprehensive benefits and competitive wages.

Interested candidates should send resume with cover letter and contact information for three references to:

Aurora University
Human Resources
347 South Gladstone Ave
Aurora, IL 60506
Fax: 630-844-5650
Email : jobs@aurora.edu

For more information: https://aurora.edu/hr/jobs/head-w-hockey-coach.html

Posted on 05/31/2019 (List until 06/30/2019)


Hobart Club Hockey Head Coach

We are seeking a volunteer Head Coach who would most likely be paid some sort of stipend to coach our team. Myself and Co-President have worked tirelessly to rebuild our program after some issues left by our predecessors. For the 2019-20 season, we have 10 games scheduled so far against ACHA Division 1 teams: Oswego, Cornell, Niagara, RIT and a Villanova showcase. We would be looking for our coach to attend games, but only selected practices (minimal commitment). We are in desperate need of a coach, preferably someone who has coach a reasonable level of hockey in their past.

Contact:

Chris Bracco
Christopher.bracco@hws.edu
2153755078

Posted on 05/31/2019


Colorado State ACHA D2 Head Coach

Colorado State ACHA D2 is looking for a new head coach
This is a paid position not through the university

Requirements:

Would prefer to live in the Northern Colorado area or commit to being at all practices
Willing to commit to about 10 hours per week with games and practices
Will need to be able to travel twice and possibly up to four times per year depending on post season.
Experience playing at ACHA level or higher
Prefer to have travel coaching experience

Duties:

Will be responsible for holding practice and holding the team accountable in all situations
Will not have to handle any game day operations, all done by team staff
Will be responsible to show up to all games and practices ready to push the team
Will be a representative of the team for all league and ACHA meetings

All interested please email President of Colorado State Hockey, Chase Brzeczek at chaserb21@yahoo.com

Posted on 05/31/2019


Women's Head Coach - Trinity Western University

We have a Women's Head Coach position open at Trinity Western University in Langley, British Columbia, Canada. TWU plays in the Canada West Conference and within U SPORT hockey which is the top level of university hockey in Canada. TWU is the only private Christian University in Canada playing at this level of hockey. Details for the posting can be found at the following link.

https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=ae765d82-e092-432c-8e41-a761af7d7354&ccId=2462445576_9443&type=MP&lang=en_CA

Posted on 05/31/2019


Assistant Coaches – RoughRiders Hockey Club

The Rocky Mountain RoughRiders AAA Hockey Club invite qualified candidates to apply for assistant coach positions that are available for the 2019-2020 season. We are currently seeking candidates for assistant coaches for teams at the 14U – 18U age levels.

Responsibilities:

- Assist in daily practice planning
- Teach on ice skills and player development
- Prepare for and attend all home and away games, including traveling to 5-7 tournaments
- Support with off-ice team activities such as dryland training and video analysis

Qualifications:

- USA Hockey CEP Certified
- Safesport certified & positive background screening
- High level of communication and organizational skills
- Strong work ethic and character

Additional Information:

The Rocky Mountain RoughRiders are based in Superior, CO. They train and play out of the 180,000 sq. ft. state of the art facility, Sport Stable. All interested candidates, please submit their resumes or inquiries to gvanover@ridertownusa.com or pdepuydt@ridertownusa.com

Posted on 05/28/2019


Hockey Without Borders

Hockey Without Borders is a non-profit organization established to promote the overall health and growth of the sport in grassroots communities around the world.

We are looking for motivated male and female hockey coaches and players interested in overseas placements for the 2019-2020 hockey season.

The coaching placement is a great way to gain international coaching experience.

The program offers you a unique opportunity to share your knowledge and skills in an amazing part of the world.

Currently, there are 2, 6 and 8 month placements available for the 2019-2020 season.

Travel. Coach. Play. Join the HSF team…Watch to learn more!

Apply here: Coach Application Form

Info@hockeysansfrontieres.org

Posted on 05/28/2019


Lake Forest College Women's Hockey Assistant

Position: Assistant Coach Women's Ice Hockey
Department: Athletics
Reports to: Head Coach Women's Ice Hockey
Term: 9 month position, Part-Time, Non-benefit eligible
Compensation: Stipend ($20k max)
Anticipated Start Date: August 19th, 2019

A highly selective liberal arts college located on Chicago's North Shore, Lake Forest College enrolls approximately 1,500 students from over 44 states and 72 countries. The College sponsors 23 intercollegiate varsity sports, with approximately 400 student-athletes competing annually, and is a member of the Midwest Conference, Northern Collegiate Hockey Association, and the NCAA Division III.

DESCRIPTION:

The position, which is ideal for someone desiring experience in a Division III collegiate coaching environment, will offer the chosen candidate the opportunity to assist the head coach with a wide variety of coaching duties in order to accomplish the overall goals and objectives of the women's hockey program. The nature of the position is such that a considerable amount of evening and weekend work will be necessary and travel is required. While reporting to the Head Coach, the chosen candidate will also demonstrate the ability to work as a member of the Forester athletic department "team" and support the mission, goals, and procedures of the department and the College.

RESPONSIBILITES:

Primary duties may include, but are not limited to: aid the head coach in practices and contest management, recruitment of prospective student athletes, monitor academic progress of student athletes, alumni relation activities, edit and review game film, administrative duties pertaining to fund-raising, team travel and other duties as assigned. Successful candidates must have strong interpersonal communication skills, the ability to work in a team environment while motivating student-athletes, and be insurable to drive College vehicles.

QUALIFICATIONS:

- Bachelor's degree required
- NCAA or ACHA Collegiate participation required
- Previous coaching experience in women's ice hockey preferred
- Video editing experience preferred.

Review of applications will begin June 10th and interested candidates should email resume, cover letter and 3 references to Jennifer Wilson, Head Coach Women's Ice Hockey; jwilson@lakeforst.edu

For more information on Lake Forest College and Forester Athletics, please visit www.lakeforest.edu.

*Lake Forest College embraces diversity and encourages applications from women, members of historically underrepresented groups, veterans, and individuals with disabilities.*

Posted on 05/28/2019 (List until 10/01/2019)


Assistant Coach, Men's Ice Hockey – Bowdoin College

The Assistant Coach of Men's Ice Hockey assists in all aspects of the intercollegiate ice hockey team including coaching, recruiting, scheduling, program administration and budgeting. Additional responsibilities may include performing administrative duties as assigned at the discretion of the Director of Athletics. Full-time position with full benefit package.

Standard Work Days:

Variable depending on season. Ability to work weekends and evenings. *Coaches are expected to be on campus during the academic year (late August – Reunion Weekend in June) and are expected to keep hours during this time that make them readily available to students. For full time coaches, this may involve greater than 40 hours per week in season of primary sport and varied weekly hours out of season. *It is expected that coaches will recruit during the summer months requiring possible additional travel. *Frequent overnight travel with student athletes is required during the ice hockey season.

Job Requirements:

Education:

Bachelor's degree (Physical Education or related field) preferred OR a minimum of 5 years of coaching experience at the post secondary level and/or professional competitive experience Required skills include: Knowledge of ice hockey skills and strategy and the ability to effectively teach them; ability to motivate and effectively communicate with student-athletes; willingness and ability to actively recruit qualified candidates to Bowdoin; commitment to being a positive member of the Athletics Department, the College community and the ability to influence his/her athletes to do the same; working knowledge of NCAA and NESCAC rules and an understanding of the philosophy behind them. Administrative skills such as prioritization, organization, and budgeting are needed. The coach must be self directed and motivated and be able to work independently and work under pressure. A valid driver's license and ability to meet the standards of the College's current Motor Vehicle Policy are required. Current CPR, AED, and First Aid certification must be maintained. The successful candidate will be subject to a pre-placement physical exam, motor vehicle record check, and criminal background check.

Experience:

Demonstrated effectiveness in coaching ice hockey is required. Applicants must possess at least one year experience coaching at the secondary or post secondary level, or one year experience working in a competitive collegiate environment. Successful recruiting to a highly selective institution is preferred.

Please submit your online application here: http://careers.bowdoin.edu/postings/6031

Bowdoin College complies with applicable provisions of federal and state laws that prohibit unlawful discrimination in employment, admission, or access to its educational or extracurricular programs, activities, or facilities based on race, color, ethnicity, ancestry and national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, age, marital status, place of birth, genetic predisposition, veteran status, or against qualified individuals with physical or mental disabilities on the basis of disability, or any other legally protected statuses.

Posted on 05/28/2019


Connecticut Polar Bears - Coaching Positions

The Connecticut Polar Bears are seeking coaches from June - August 2019.

Responsibilities will include:

- Time Commitment: Up to 10 hours per week
- On and off ice coaching
- Working with coaching staff to create practice plans
- Encouraging strong character, leadership, and work ethic in our athletes
- Providing role-model behavior to our athletes

Qualifications:

- NCAA Division I or III playing experience preferred
- Candidate must have a valid driver's license
- Candidate must reside in the Connecticut area
- Candidate must have a strong passion for ice hockey
- Experience working with young athletes preferred
- Strong communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills

About the Connecticut Polar Bears

The Connecticut Polar Bears, the first all-girls ice hockey program in Connecticut, have competed internationally since 1985. The Polar Bears have won 11 National Championships. Nine Polar Bears players have competed in the Olympic Games, and many have played on the U.S. National Team. Four Polar Bears have gone on to win the Patty Kazmaier Award, given to the top female college ice hockey player. The Polar Bears organization has placed more than 240 players in college, and 39 of those players have become coaches at the college or prep school level.

Please send resume, cover letter, and reference to janice@ctpolarbears.com.

Posted on 05/21/2019


Nichols College - Women's Ice Hockey Head Coach

JOB TITLE: Head Women's Ice Hockey: Head Coach
DEPARTMENT: Athletics
REPORTS DIRECTLY TO: Director of Athletics

Nichols College is a four-year private, not-for-profit, coeducational institution offering bachelors and master's degrees as well as certificate programs. Within a supportive community, the College's mission is to transform today's students into tomorrow's leaders through a dynamic, career-focused business and professional education. Nichols is an NCAA DIII institution that competes in the Colonial Hockey Conference (CHC).

JOB SUMMARY:

The Head Women's Ice Hockey Coach will report to the Director of Athletics. Responsibilities will include all aspects of coaching, student development and recruiting as well as assisting the Director of Athletics in the leadership, vision and supervision of the ice hockey program. The position will also include athletic administrative responsibilities assigned by the Director of Athletics.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS:

Candidates shall have a genuine understanding and commitment to the NCAA DIII philosophy as well as strong leadership and interpersonal skills with an ability to work with all constituencies of the campus. Candidates should have strong experience and skills in the area of recruiting as well as player development and coaching.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND EDUCATION REQUIRED:

• Prior coaching or collegiate playing experience required
• Recruiting experience required
• Exceptional leadership skills
• Knowledge of all NCAA Div. III rules and regulations
• CPR/ AED & First Aid Certification required subsequent to date of hire

PHYSICAL JOB COMPONENTS:

• Able to use office and telecommunication equipment
• Traveling to be expected
• Ability to communicate in writing and orally

APPLICATION INFORMATION:

This is a full-time position with benefits.

To apply please follow the link below:

https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=13210&clientkey=7F62F973967E3D294C41E0195794FEAC&jpt=32645a43815dcff6e7a6e81906229c97

Nichols College is an equal opportunity employer and educator and encourages women and minorities to apply.

Posted on 05/19/2019


PAID POSITION - Need JV and Middle School Coach for Great Neck School District team

Junior Varsity high school hockey team looking for a Certified USA Hockey Level 3 coach, to coach Junior Varsity players ( 8th-10 Grade) from Great School District Area who will participate in the in the JV division of New York Islanders High School Hockey League (Formerly named: The High School Hockey League of Nassau County)) during the 2019-2020 school year. Position can possibly expand to coach middle school team as well. Details with interview.

Candidates will need to be available for

· Initial team selection/tryouts process: Approx 1 day in the Spring of 2019
· 2-3 practices at the beginning of the school year
· League game schedule, approx. 18-19 games
· Season - Oct. of 2019 through Mar. of 2020.
· Playoffs if applicable

The team's home ice will be the Great Neck Park District's Parkwood Ice Rink, but team will also play in various rinks around Nassau County. This is a PAID position with compensation on par with other travel programs. Details with interview.

Interested candidates should email: Eitan@Parkwoodsports.com

Posted on 05/17/2019


Princeton University - Assistant Coach, Women's Ice Hockey

Overview

The mission of Princeton University Department of Athletics is to strive for excellence in academics and athletics, while embracing equity in opportunity, good sportsmanship, and ethical conduct. In keeping with this mission, the role of the Assistant Coach of Women's Ice Hockey is to provide a quality varsity program which will challenge and develop the physical, mental and personal abilities of student-athletes of a Division I program.

Responsibilities

Reporting to the Head Coach of Women's Ice Hockey, the responsibilities of the Assistant Coach of Women's Ice Hockey at Princeton University include, but are not limited to the following:

• Assist in all aspects of coaching a nationally competitive Division I Women's Ice Hockey program, including thorough knowledge of the sport, coaching strategies and player development.
• Assist in overall program planning and organization.
• Assist in recruitment of student-athletes on national and regional levels.
• Adhere to Ivy League, ECAC and NCAA rules and regulations.
• Work within the framework of the Department of Athletics administration and coaches.
• Communicate effectively with students, faculty, administration, staff and alumni.

Qualifications

• Bachelor's degree
• Experience coaching at the collegiate level.
• Commitment to Department of Athletics mission of Education Through Athletics and the values that define what it means to Be A TIGER.
• An understanding of the fundamental role that intercollegiate athletics, properly implemented, can play in the educational development of our student-athletes.
• Previous recruiting experience.
• Collegiate Ice Hockey experience.
• Excellent communication skills, both oral and written.
• Excellent computer skills.
• Successfully pass NCAA recruiting examination within four months of hire.
• First Aid, AED, and CPR certification within four months of hire.

Princeton University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer (http://www.princeton.edu/hr/policies/statement/1.0/1.0.1/) and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. EEO IS THE LAW(http://www.princeton.edu/hr/employment/eeocposter.pdf)

Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/3d3cpymv4fv5872h

Posted on 05/17/2019


Robert Morris University of PA, Men's ACHA D3 Head Coach

Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh is a proud member of the ACHA with successful hockey programs at the Men's D1 and D3 levels, and a newly established D4 program playing in the CHE conference in the 2019-2020 season.

The Head Coach, Men's D3 Club Ice Hockey is a part-time stipend position not eligible for University benefits reporting to the GM of Club Hockey.

The team practices 2-3 times per week and plays games most weekends during the season.

There are 3-5 travel weekends during the season which include Fridays.

Preference is for the coach to attend all practices and games.

Essential Duties/Functions

· Coordinate, plan, lead and run all team meetings, practices and games.
· Manage a team budget, team operations, equipment needs, and roster development.
· Responsible for video breakdown, game preparation and team management.
· Coordinate with the ACHA to maintain standing and ensure team and player compliance.
· Responsible for recruiting quality student-athletes who can compete at the ACHA level.
· Coordinate the team game schedule externally with other teams and internally with the Island Sports Center (ISC).
· Coordinate all away games including travel, hotels and meals (must be able to travel with team to away games).
· Coordinate all home game activities with managers for referees, EMT's, scorekeeping, clock work, game protocols, game programs and tickets.
· Responsible for leading player development and advancement. Responsible for coordinating with the General Manager of Club Hockey for team and hockey program purposes.
· Assist in the recruitment, interviewing, developing and reviewing performance of Assistant Coaches and game day managers.

Associate's or Bachelor's Degree preferred.

Five (5) years coaching experience at competitive travel, junior, intercollegiate level and above required.

Experience coaching ice hockey at the junior or collegiate level or higher preferred.

Experience playing at the junior or collegiate level or higher preferred.

Experience recruiting competitive, elite-level athletes preferred.

USA Hockey Coaching Certification Level 3 or higher preferred.

Valid driver's license required or reliable transportation.

Interested candidates should contact Mike Joseph, GM of RMU Club Hockey and D1 Head Coach at joseph@rmu.edu with a resume and references.

Posted on 05/17/2019


Robert Morris University of PA, Men's ACHA D3 Assistant Coach

Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh is a proud member of the ACHA with successful hockey programs at the Men's D1 and D3 levels, and a newly established D4 program playing in the CHE conference in the 2019-2020 season.

The Assistant Coach, Men's D3 Club Ice Hockey is a part-time stipend position not eligible for University benefits reporting to the D3 Head Coach.

The team practices 2-3 times per week and plays games most weekends during the season.

There are 3-5 travel weekends during the season which include Fridays.

Preference is for the coach to attend all practices and games.

Essential Duties/Functions

· Attend practices and games.
· Teach on-ice skills and player development.
· Assist with the organization of practices and games.
· Help manage the team from the bench during games.
· Assist with off-ice conditioning/video breakdown.
· Assist with coordination of recruiting and camps.

High School Diploma or GED required; college degree preferred.

One year minimum of coaching at the high school or collegiate level preferred.

Interested candidates should contact Mike Joseph, GM of RMU Club Hockey and D1 Head Coach at joseph@rmu.edu with a resume and references.

Posted on 05/17/2019


Robert Morris University of PA, Men's ACHA D1 Assistant Coach

Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh is a proud member of the ACHA with successful hockey programs at the Men's D1 and D3 levels, and a newly established D4 program playing in the CHE conference in the 2019-2020 season.

The Assistant Coach, Men's D1 Club Ice Hockey is a part-time stipend position not eligible for University benefits reporting to the D1 Head Coach.

The team practices 3 times per week and plays games most weekends during the season.

There are 3-5 travel weekends during the season which include Fridays.

Preference is for the coach to attend all practices and games.

Essential Duties/Functions

· Attend practices and games.
· Teach on-ice skills and player development.
· Assist with the organization of practices and games.
· Help manage the team from the bench during games.
· Assist with off-ice conditioning/video breakdown.
· Assist with coordination of recruiting and camps.

High School Diploma or GED required; college degree preferred.

One year minimum of coaching at the high school or collegiate level preferred.

Interested candidates should contact Mike Joseph, GM of RMU Club Hockey and D1 Head Coach at joseph@rmu.edu with a resume and references.

Posted on 05/17/2019


Lansing Wolves - Junior A Hockey - Position: Regional Scouts

The Lansing Wolves of the USPHL are currently seeking to add qualified scouts in various regions throughout the United States, Canada and in Europe. In the United States particularly we would like to add qualified individuals to cover the Midwest specifically the following areas: Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota. Illinois. We additionally would like to add east coast scouts in NY, MA, CT, NH, FL. If you are interested in joining our program please send us your resume via email to LansingWolvesHC@gmail.com.

Posted on 05/15/2019


Lansing Wolves - Junior A Hockey - Position: Assistant Coach

The Lansing Wolves of the USPHL are currently seeking to add an additional assistant coach. The ideal candidate would be someone from the Michigan area within driving distance of Lansing. There would be a stipend paid and all expenses on the road would be covered. If interested please send an email to LansingWolvesHC@gmail.com

Posted on 05/15/2019


St. James - Hockey Head Coaches and Assistant Hockey Coaches

POSITION DESCRIPTION

The St. James is seeking a Hockey Head Coaches and Assistant Hockey Coaches at its flagship location in Springfield, Virginia.

The St. James is the premier sports, wellness and active entertainment destination brand in the country, with a mission to maximize human potential by designing, developing and operating sports, wellness and entertainment destinations that engage, inspire and empower people to pursue their passions and be their best at play, at work and in life. Our flagship development in Springfield, Virginia features a premium health club, celebrity chef-inspired restaurant, premium medi-spa, 20,000 sq. ft. active entertainment center, as well as an indoor field house with FIFA-sized field, two NHL-regulation sized ice rinks, 52-meter Olympic competition pool and much, much more. The St. James allows the whole family to pursue their passions in 30+ sports.

The STJ Hockey Academy is in search of head and assistant hockey coaches for its youth travel program with teams ranging from U8 to U16. The season begins the week of August 26th, 2019 and ends March 1st, 2020. STJ travel teams practice twice a week for an hour and twenty minutes and participate in roughly 40 games including 4-5 tournaments. The goal of the St. James Hockey academy is to develop players on and off the ice, as hockey players and as people.

RESPONSIBILITIES
• Design and execute age appropriate practice plans.
• Work with assistant coaches and goalie coaches to optimize on-ice time and space.
• Communicate with team managers, parents and players in a professional and timely manner.
• Travel to away games and tournaments with the team.
• Participate in off-ice team activities such as team dinners and events.
• Support the safety of all members, guests and employees.

QUALIFICATIONS

• USA Hockey CEP certified
• NCAA, ACA or High-Level High School Hockey playing experience required
• Safesport certified & positive background screening
• Strong communication and organizational skills
• Knowledgeable of safety training, procedures and best practices used throughout the sports and wellness industry
• Interested candidate please send a resume and brief cover letter to hockey@thestjames.co

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

For more information, please visit our website: www.thestjames.co

The St. James is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We welcome qualified applicants from a variety of backgrounds inclusive of their race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, expression or orientation, genetic information, national origin, age, disability, or status as a disabled or Vietnam-era veteran.

Posted on 05/15/2019


NCAA Men's and Women's Ice Hockey Secretary-Rules Editor

The NCAA is seeking applications to serve as the Men's and Women's Ice Hockey Secretary-Rules Editor. The secretary-rules editor is the national interpreter for NCAA ice hockey rules issues and works directly with the NCAA Men's and Women's Ice Hockey Rules Committee and the National Coordinators of Officials. The position has been posted to the NCAA Market and can be found here. Also included is a PDF version of the job description. Applications should be submitted to Andy Supergan via email (asupergan@ncaa.org) by no later than July 1, 2019. The new secretary-rules editor will shadow the current secretary-rules editor during his final year. The effective start date for this position is September 1, 2020. Please note that candidates may not be an active NCAA coach or official.

Should applicants have any interest or questions about the position, please do not hesitate to contact Andy Supergan.

Posted on 05/14/2019 (List until 07/01/2019)


Camp Greylock - Roller Hockey Department Head

Camp Greylock, located in Becket, Massachusetts and one of the nations oldest and most prestigious private residential summer camps, seeks a summer 2019 department head for our Roller Hockey program. Applicants should have a hockey coaching background. Dates of camp are 6/17/19 through 8/17/19, with some flexibility if there are conflicts with your fall teaching/coaching schedules. We seek a fun, upbeat, mature coach who loves kids to teach basic hockey skills to our campers and to manage a staff of nine others. Professional housing, good work hours and environment, with laundry and room & board included. This is a great opportunity for a memorable and worthwhile summer experience. Position pays around $1000 US per week, depending upon experience and background. Please send cover letter and resume to info@campgreylock.com.

Posted on 05/14/2019


Adrian College Head ACHA Division II Women's Hockey Coach

Position Title: Adrian College Head ACHA Division II Women's Hockey Coach
Purpose of Position: Lead the Women's DII ACHA Women's Team & Assist ACHA D1 Women's Program with all aspects of coaching
Classification: Administrator
Education: Bachelor's Degree required
Supervision Received: General supervision; reports to Athletic Director
Supervision Exercised: Directs activity of student employees
Work Schedule: Full-time; 11-month position; some evening and weekend work is required; up to 50% travel
FLSA Classification: Exempt

Example of Duties:

This position involves frequent verbal, written, and email correspondence with current and prospective students, parents, faculty and staff. The successful candidate will:

· Develop and implement a successful recruiting/retention plan
· Devise a game strategy which includes scouting opponents
· Coach, plan, and execute practices; utilize video breakdown and analysis to assist in this process
· Supervise off-season training and strength conditioning programs
· Coordinate team travel
· Manage the program operating budget
· Adhere to and ensure compliance with departmental/College/ACHA/NCAA Division III rules and regulations
· Perform other duties as assigned.

Minimum requirements:

· Bachelor's Degree
· 1-3 years of coaching experience
· Proficiency in basic computer skills
· Must be able to perform duties within the normal bounds of an office environment as well as work in a cold environment (ice arena) and sit and stand for long periods of time.

The requirements listed above are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

Desired Qualifications:

Previous collegiate coaching experience is preferred. The successful candidate will be a self-starter who is able to work independently, has excellent organizational, interpersonal and communication skills and will be someone who is able to interpret, apply and comply with all ACHA and NCAA rules and regulations. A demonstrated commitment to the academic development of student athletes will be given preference as will knowledge of Adrian College policies and procedures.

Adrian College is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and women and minorities are encouraged to apply. If offered a position, finalist must furnish proof of U.S. citizenship or proof of eligibility to work in the U.S. within three (3) days of commencing employment.

Interested individuals should submit a cover letter, resume, and the contact information for three references to Brett Berger (bberger@adrian.edu). Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Posted on 05/14/2019


WBS Jr. Knights Goaltending Coach

The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Junior Knights are seeking a qualified goalie coach for the upcoming 2019-2020 season with the chance of renewal based on performance. The WBS Jr. Knights are a USA Hockey-sanctioned ice hockey organization from Pittston, Pennsylvania that play at Revolution Ice Centre. The Knights have teams ranging from mites to peewee. The WBS Knights teams play in the Atlantic Youth Hockey League (AYHL). The AYHL is the premier Tier I AAA travel league on the East Coast. WBS Knights also have teams in the Eastern Junior Elite Prospects League (EJEPL). The EJEPL was created to prepare players to become the Junior, Prep School and College recruits of the future.

For more details regarding this position please click here (PDF File)

Posted on 05/09/2019 (List until 07/01/2019)


Volunteer Assistant Coach - University of Maryland (ACHA D2)

The University of Maryland Men's D2 Club Hockey Team is seeking applicants for the position of Assistant Coach. The team practices three times per week (usually in the evenings but occasionally in the mornings) and plays games on Friday and Saturday nights. This is a volunteer position.

Job Responsibilities:

-Attend practices and games.
-Assist with the organization of practices and games.
-Teach on ice skills and player development.
-Assist with video breakdown.

Qualifications:

-Playing and/or coaching experience at the Midget, Junior, College, or Pro level.
-Active USA Hockey Coaching Certification preferred (any level).
-Bachelor's degree desired.
-Strong organization skills.
-Strong work ethic and character.

Interested candidates should send a statement of interest and a resume to UMDcoach@gmail.com.

Posted on 05/07/2019 (List until 08/01/2019)


Canton Cubs NA3HL Head Coach

The Canton Cubs of the NA3HL is looking for candidates for the Head Coach position for the 2019-20 season.

Salary: TBD depending on strength of recruiting. (Base salary will be enhanced by the number of players recruited)

Description:

USA Hockey Level 4
Positive background check (CORI and SORI)
Able to effectively recruit/coach at the Tier III level Junior Hockey level
Develop practice and game plans video breakdown experience a plus
Able to organize game and practice schedules
Has contacts within the college coaching ranks to help promote players
College/Professional playing experience is desired
Must have strong communication skills and a commitment to preparing student-athletes for college

To Apply: Please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references to scotthogan190@comcast.net

Posted on 05/04/2019


New England College Men's Hockey - Graduate Assistant Hockey Coach

New England College, member of the New England Hockey Conference (NEHC), has an opening for the position of Graduate Assistant Hockey Coach. Responsibilities include recruiting and evaluating of potential student-athletes, game and practice preparation, video analysis, conditioning, and other duties as assigned. This is an excellent opportunity for a person wishing to pursue a career in college coaching.

Qualifications include a minimum of a bachelor's degree and the ability to gain admission to the New England College graduate program. In addition, the candidate must possess a strong knowledge of the game of hockey, playing or coaching experience at the college level or equivalent, effective organizational and communication skills and the ability to represent the philosophy and educational goals of New England College. New England College offers the ideal candidate a competitive Graduate Assistant package which includes tuition, room and board.

Qualified applicants should electronically submit a cover letter, current resume and list of 3 references with email and telephone contacts to Tom Carroll, Head Hockey Coach, New England College at tcarroll@nec.edu

Posted on 05/01/2019


Head Coach- Central Michigan Unviersity Mens ACHA D-III Hockey

The Central Michigan University Hockey program is seeking qualified candidates for head coaching positions at the ACHA Division III level of the program, for the 2018-19 season.

The Head Coach is responsible for personnel management, mentoring, and on and off-‐ice training of approximately 25 student athletes with direct supervision over team and club officers and assistant coaches; this includes all tryouts, practices, home and away games, and other team functions such as, end-‐of-‐year events, spring recruit skates, marketing, and other possible events. The Head Coach is also expected to closely interact with a 5-10 team support staff (Club President, Secretary, head of hockey operations, etc) and Club sports personnel. The season runs from August through March, but duties extend year-‐round (recruiting, team communication for scheduling and planning, league conference calls, ACHA annual convention, sponsor interaction, as well as other actions.)

Job Responsibilities:

- Organize, plan and attend two weekly practices
- Prepare for and attend all home and away games, including out-of-state games/tournaments
- Develop and attend off-ice workouts and other team functions
- In conjunction with other coaches, plan, coordinate and participate in team training camp
- Secure and manage assistant coaches
- Develop effective two-way communication plan with team leaders and Association governing body
- Other tasks assigned by Team President, Hockey Director or designee

Qualifications:

- Previous coaching experience required
- Collegiate or Junior playing experience helpful
- Strong organizational and communication skills
- Ability to attract and retain high-level players
- USA Hockey Accreditation required level 4 , including appropriate level, on-line module and USAH registration (or working to obtain)
- Share in and promote the programs philosophy and long-term vision

Salary & Compensation: dependent on education and experience; Additional salary and benefit options may be possible dependent on experience

The anticipated starting date is asap.

(For recruiting and next season planning purposes) For full consideration, complete applications must be received by 10 a.m. Eastern Time on July 20th, 2018; this date will be extended based on application numbers and quality. A complete application includes a resume and cover letter addressing all job qualifications, as well as names of three professional references with contact information (phone, email). References will not be contacted without prior notification of candidates and all submissions will be considered confident

For more information about the CMU Hockey Club go www.cmichhockey.com

Job Type: Full-time

Posted on 05/01/2019


Assistant Coach - Becker College Men's NCAA DIII

Becker College is accepting applications for the position Assistant Hockey Coach of the Men's NCAA DIII Hockey program. Responsibilities include the evaluation and recruitment of potential student-athletes, game and practice preparation, video analysis, and other duties as assigned by the Head Coach.

Qualifications include a minimum of a bachelor's degree and must possess a strong knowledge of the game of hockey. Playing and/or coaching experience at the college level is preferred. The candidate should possess effective organizational and communication skills and the ability to represent the philosophy and educational goals of Becker College Athletics while adhering to all College, NCAA and Commonwealth Coast Conference policies and regulations.

A stipend will be provided.

Qualified applicants should electronically submit a cover letter, current resume, and three references with email and telephone numbers to Head Coach Mike Young at mike.young@becker.edu

Review of applications will begin May 5, 2019 and will continue until the position is filled.

Posted on 05/01/2019


Hockey Player Advisor/ and Promoter Wanted

Player Rep 247 is looking for Advisors to join our team, and help us promote players to Junior Programs in the US and Canada. This is a Commission Paid Position. If you are interested in more detail, contact us at playerrep247@gmail.com, with a Resume and references, or text us at 989-402-3238 or more details.

Posted on 05/01/2019


Hockey Camp - Lead Goalie Instructor

RMU Hockey Academy, located at the RMU Island Sports Center in Pittsburgh PA is seeking a qualified goalie instructor to lead our summer goalie camp June 17-21, 2019. Additional work could be negotiated through out the summer including additional camp weeks or private lessons.

The lead goalie instructor will be responsible for on ice lesson planning for 20 goalies which typically range in age from 9-13, with varying level of abilities. The lead instructor will have a support staff of 3-5 college / junior level instructors.

This is an independent contractor position, weekly rate negotiable depending on experience.

For complete details please email letter of interest along with coaching / playing resume and weekly rate based off of 8 hours of on ice instruction to:

Blaine Buterbaugh
buterbaugh@rmu.edu

Posted on 04/29/2019


University of Jamestown - Graduate Assistant Coach - Men's ACHA Division 1 and Division 2 Hockey Programs

The University of Jamestown's Department of Athletics is currently accepting applications for a Graduate Assistant Coach position for its Men's ACHA Division 1 and Division 2 hockey programs for the 2019-20 and 2020-21 academic years. The successful candidate will report to the Head Men's Hockey Coach and will assist with various administrative and coaching aspects of the program, including but not limited to: coaching, recruiting, and fundraising. This is a 10-month assistantship with a start date of August 1st.

Bachelor's degree and acceptance into a graduate program is required. The preferred candidate should have competed as a collegiate hockey student-athlete. Additional requirements include strong communication, organizational, and supervisory skills, the ability to work well in a team environment, and the capacity to model mature, responsible leadership. The candidate must be willing to work weekends and holidays and travel with the team to competitions. Applicants must submit to a criminal background check, subject to review and approval by The University of Jamestown.

To apply: For consideration, please submit a cover letter, resume and contact information for three professional references to:

Head Coach Dean Stork - dean.stork@uj.edu

Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until position is filled. Consideration for the position is contingent upon successful admission to a graduate program. Interested candidates are encouraged to begin the admissions application immediately. The admissions process for the graduate school program is separate from the application for this position. For information about UJ's graduate programs please visit https://www.uj.edu/graduate-programs. The University of Jamestown is an Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

Compensation Information: Full tuition and the Block 150 Meal Plan (150 meals + $225 Jimmie Bucks per semester) are covered with UJ's Graduate Assistant Program. Housing IS NOT included.

Posted on 04/28/2019


DRYDEN GM ICEDOGS - SIJHL - JR.A paid Scouting Position

The Dryden GM Icedogs (Jr.A) of the SIJHL are looking to add scouts in North America, you will be responsible for scouting/recruiting players who can play in the SIJHL.

This is a paid position!

ICEDOGS are looking for scouts in the following areas: BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, Maritime provinces ( CANADA). Eastern, Central, Midwest and Western (USA).

Email your Resume to: icedogs_headcoach@outlook.com

PAST 5 SEASONS DRYDEN GM ICE DOGS

- 4 straight appearances in the SIJHL finals including back-to-back Bill Salonen Cup Championships.
- 3 Dudley appearances in 5 years, WINNER plays in Royal Bank Cup.

http://www.drydenicedogs.net/

Posted on 04/28/2019


ROBERT MORRIS UNIVERSITY, PITTSBURGH, PA – WOMEN'S ICE HOCKEY VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH POSITION

The Robert Morris University women's ice hockey team has a volunteer coaching opportunity available for 2019-20.

If interested, please send a cover letter, resume, and references to Head Coach Paul Colontino at colontino@rmu.edu or call 814-602-5173 for more information.

Posted on 04/25/2019


ROBERT MORRIS UNIVERSITY, PITTSBURGH, PA – DIRECTOR OF HOCKEY OPERATIONS GRADUATE ASSISTANT POSITION

The Robert Morris University women's ice hockey team has a Director of Hockey Operations graduate assistant position available for 2019-20.

If interested, please send a cover letter, resume, and references to Head Coach Paul Colontino at colontino@rmu.edu or call 814-602-5173 for more information.

Posted on 04/25/2019


Assistant Boys Hockey Coach/Residence Hall Proctor - Gilmour Academy - Gates Mills, OH

Gilmour Academy is an Independent College Preparatory School located in in Gates Mills, Ohio an eastern suburb of Cleveland, OH. The school is a PreK-12 Co-ed catholic institution.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Assistant Coach's Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

· Assisting the hockey director in all aspects of coaching within the boys' hockey program. This person will float among all the teams as an assistant coach but primarily work with the Varsity and Prep teams daily.
· Preparing practice plans, assisting and/or running team practices.
· Planning dry land training sessions, preparing and running team video sessions.
· Coordinating travel arrangements and plans.
· Assisting in admission enhancement of student-athletes.
· Assist with monitoring student-athlete academic performance.
· Monitor cafeteria, athletic center, ice arena, study hall, weight room, etc. during the school day.
· Performs other administrative and hockey operation duties pertaining to the program as assigned by the Director of Hockey and/or Gilmour Academy.

The Residence Hall Proctor Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

· Must physically reside in the residence hall throughout the academic school year.
· Must be available to work various day, evening/overnight, weekend and holiday shifts according to the duty schedule as prepared by the Dean of Residence Life and other Residence Life Proctors (typically work 3-4 shifts a week – including one weekend a month).
· Understands, maintains and upholds the rules and routines of the Boarding Program.
· Has a genuine interest in other cultures and understands how to build an inclusive and hospitable community.
· Carries out all duties and responsibilities connected to the Boarding Program when on duty (phone, filing, forms, attendance, van-runs, etc.). Must be available to assist students as needed and requested. Performs various "rounds" (social, safety, lights out, room checks, etc.) when on duty. Provides first aid and medical assistance as needed and seeks advice from the school nurse, or takes students to Walk-in-Clinic or call 911 as needed.
· Supervises events, activities and outings throughout the school year.
· Possesses maturity, leadership, strong communication, interperpersonal and decision making skills while working with a team of Residence Life Proctors. While working with students, has an empathetic approach and patient demeanor while also demonstrating a positive, enthusiastic approach to learning and engagement.
· Possesses excellent judgment and decision-making ability – An ability to work under pressure.

QUALIFICATIONS:

· Bachelor's degree required. Recent college graduates are encouraged to apply.
· Extremely high attention to detail, tireless work ethic and passion for the sport of ice hockey.
· Strong knowledge of the sport of ice hockey, playing experience, and exceptional leadership skills.
· Valid, insurable driver's license is required, with the ability to travel to evaluate players.
· Ability to work evenings, weekends and holidays as the schedule dictates.
· Applicants with a strength and conditioning background will be STRONGLY considered.
· Only serious applicants and review of applications will begin immediately until filled. Background check, fingerprinting and screening required for employment. USA applicants only as we cannot support a work visa.
BENEFITS:

· Stipend, 12 month housing and meals during the academic year. Ability to earn extra income through private hockey lessons and additional supervisory roles at the school when needed.
· Great experience and resume builder for someone looking to start or build a career in coaching, athletics and/or education and residence life.
· Perfect position for an applicant looking to start a Master's degree online or at a university/college in the North East Ohio area.

*Interested candidates should email their cover letter, resume, and three personal references to Director of Hockey, Michael Chiellino at chiellinom@gilmour.org

Posted on 04/25/2019


Job Posting - NA3HL Head Coach

NA3HL Hockey Team in Danbury, Connecticut – Danbury Colonials are seeking qualified candidates for Head Coaching position for the 2019-20 season.

Job Responsibilities:

- Recruit and select a full roster of talented junior ready players
- Demonstrate a positive attitude and practice good values to lead and manage young players
- Organize, plan and attend all practices, including on and off-ice practices and team functions
- Prepare for and attend all home and away games, including out-of-state games/tournaments
- Manage and supervise assistant coaches
- Strong understanding of hockey, analytics, data, and player development
- Ability to prepare video sessions to review game performance of players
- Prepare and attend interviews with broadcaster for all home games and as needed
- Develop effective two-way communication plan with team officers
- Other tasks assigned by team officers

Qualifications:

- Previous coaching experience required
- Ability to attract and retain high-level players
- Professional, Collegiate or Junior playing experience helpful
- Strong organizational and communication skills
- Share in and promote the programs philosophy and long-term vision

Salary & Compensation will be based upon experience and qualifications.

The anticipated starting date is as soon as possible.

Send resume to hsorcher@aol.com - 973-713-7547

Posted on 04/22/2019


The Prospect Exchange - Video Analyst

Position: Video Analyst
Type: Part-time
Company: The Prospect Exchange is a new company that connects recruiters and players using cutting edge video and analytics on a web based platform.

Our Video Analysts are former/current players and coaches that love to watch hockey, plain and simple. Duties include, but are not limited to:

- Watching prospect video and coding our predefined game events using Steva software (which we provide)
- Attending games/tournaments and live-coding games when it suits your schedule, at our expense of course
- Occasionally downloading video that will be used for breakdown and analysis

Required Qualifications:

- Love watching hockey
- Own or have access to a Windows based computer
- Strong organizational skills
- Desire to learn Steva video breakdown software

Nice to have:

- Has played and/or coached at AAA level or higher
- Previous video breakdown experience

Please contact Adam Micheletti, Senior Advisor of Business Operations, at adam@theprospectexchange.com with an updated CV, references, and the approximate hours per week you'd be available.

Posted on 04/22/2019


Stevenson University - Head Coach, Women's Ice Hockey

The primary responsibilities of this position include all of the following: teaching, student advising, and continued scholarship on the ice. Additional responsibilities include leadership as the Head Coach. This position is to provide leadership for the intercollegiate programs; to administer and promote the program within the University mission. Preparation of training/practice sessions, pregame meet organization, scouting reports, team travel arrangements, monitoring student-athlete academic performance, recruiting, professional communication in regards to the coaching staff and individual players.

For addtional information visit: http://stevenson.peopleadmin.com/postings/5686

Posted on 04/19/2019


New England Pride Girls Club Hockey is Seeking the following Positions

U16 Head Coach
U14 Head Coach
U14 Assistant Coach
U12 Assistant Coach
U10 Head Coach

The New England Pride Competes in the New England Girls Hockey League (NEGHL)

Part Time Position (3 Practices per week & 1-2 Games per week)

Location: Boston Area
Reports to: Director
Payment: Based on Contract
Start Date: August 2019

Seeking a former Collegiate or Professional hockey player to lead the growth and development of the hockey program and hockey players alike.

Qualifications:

• Played hockey at the collegiate or professional level and has an in-depth knowledge of hockey sports- specific training
• Positive, personable outlook, energetic, happy, hardworking and thrive in high-pressure situations.
• Outstanding organizational and customer service skills (both written and verbal)
• Must enjoy working in team environment
• USA Hockey Coaching Certified
• 4 year college degree is a plus

Responsibilities:

• Work with Coaching Coordinator in Develop Practice Plans
• Train and coach in a fun, safe and motivating manor and provide top quality customer service

Interested candidates should email a resume and cover letter to: info@nepridehockey.com

Posted on 04/19/2019


Suburban Sports Group - Goaltending Coach

We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, gender, age, handicap or veteran status. All qualified applicants will be given equal opportunity. Selection decisions are based on related job factors.

Position Title: Goaltending Coach
Immediate Supervisor: Director of Goaltending
Basic Function: Provide goaltending instruction.

Desired Characteristics:

• Professional appearance.
• Relevant playing and coaching experience.
• High level of oral and written communication skills.
• Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills.
• Ability to work with goaltenders of all ages and ability levels.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities including but not limited to:

• Plan and execute weekly goalie clinics with up to 36 goalies, 18 team coaches & shooters.
• Be available before and after each session to answer questions for parents/goaltenders.
• Run age appropriate skill stations during team practices, with a goaltender focus involving goaltender's teammates.
• Provide weekly communicate with club coaches to ensure appropriate practice planning.
• Provide goaltenders with development progress reports October 15, January 15 and the week after the season has finished.
• Provide feedback of live game or game video prior to progress reporting.

Please send inquiries to Jennifer Johnson at jjohnson@suburbanice.com

Posted on 04/19/2019


Maine Nordiques Development Program (MNDP) U18 - Assistant Coach

Competing in the U18 Beast League and affiliated with the North American Hockey League Maine Nordiques

Location: Princeton, NJ
Position Features: Competitive Salary , Housing Provided , Advancement Opportunities.

Submit Resume to the Maine Nordiques Head Coach / GM, Nolan Howe, NolanHowe@mainenordiques.com

Posted on 04/17/2019


Chatham University - Head Women's Ice Hockey Coach

Now fully coed, Chatham University in Pittsburgh, PA, has over 2200 undergraduate and graduate students in the School of Health Sciences; the Falk School of Sustainability; and the School of Arts, Science and Business. Chatham seeks to attract academically and culturally diverse faculty and staff, especially those who can contribute to the growing diversity and excellence of the community while building upon Chatham's commitment to prepare our students for success in a multicultural and global world.

To help support the work of the University, we have an immediate opening for a Head Women's Ice Hockey Coach. The Head Women's Ice Hockey Coach reports to the Athletics Director.

This position is responsible for the overall development and maintenance of the Chatham University Women's Ice Hockey program. Incumbent works collaboratively within the University to plan, organize, implement and follow up on an extensive on-going recruiting effort through written, verbal and personal contact with student-athletes and their families. Oversee compliance with NCAA and ECHC rules and regulations. Ensure adherence to rules, regulations and policies of all governing bodies (Chatham University and NCAA). Work in coordination with the Director of Athletics, other coaches and staff to support and achieve overall goals established by the athletics department. Support University endeavors through attendance at University-wide events and the delivery of collaborative initiatives, programmatic support, advice, and guidance and perform other duties that may be assigned by the Athletics Director.

Duties and Responsibilities:

• Develop and maintain a competitive program while overseeing compliance with NCAA rules and regulations.

• Coordinate athletic planning, program development and assessment that focus on student-athletes' performances, personal and leadership development:

1. Strategically plan and execute scheduling as well as travel arrangements of conference and non-conference games and tournaments to advance the ice hockey program and maximize use of financial resources while maintaining an awareness of time demands on student-athletes.
2. Prepare student-athletes for competition through thorough analysis and breakdown of scheduled conference and non-conference opponents.
3. Develop, recommend and implement specific training/conditioning programs and skills development programs.
4. Recommend and enforce discipline of student-athletes for infractions of rules, regulations and misconduct.
5. Cultivate alumni and other constituents to further goals of the ice hockey program, athletics department, and Chatham University.

• Oversee budget and resource management for the ice hockey program.

• Work with other students, faculty and staff to support the retention of student-athletes and promote teamwork, set high standards, support the academic, personal and leadership development of its students.

Qualifications:

• Bachelor's degree required, Master's degree preferred with a minimum of 2 years of full-time coaching experience at the college level.

Chatham University offers a competitive salary, an excellent benefits package, including tuition remission for qualified personnel, and a generous retirement plan.

Interested candidates should visit www.chatham.edu/careers and follow the instructions to complete the application process. To ensure full consideration, please submit a cover letter addressing the qualifications of the position, resume, and contact information for three professional references.

Chatham University is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Posted on 04/17/2019


Worcester Junior Railers (Youth) Hockey Club: Director of Hockey

Director of Ice Hockey will be responsible for the direction, administration, management, supervision and marketing of all ice hockey programming needs of the Junior Railers Hockey Club.

Responsibilities include, but not limited to, administering and directing all aspects of Junior Railers Hockey Club; which includes learn to play, house league, VHL Travel, BHL/E9 both Select/Elite, and U18 Midgets teams.

Director of Ice Hockey will be tournament liaison for 8-12 ice hockey tournaments with the Fidelity Bank Worcester Ice Center. They will be part of the administration and management of all Junior Railer Hockey Programs, as well as have financial responsibility for the directing and managing of the hockey programs budget.

This position will be responsible for strategic planning to increase enrollment and appropriate program offerings. Position reports to the Board of Directors of Junior Railers Hockey Club and works directly with the other members of the Junior Railers Hockey Club, and the Management of the Fidelity Bank Worcester Ice Center.

Duties/Physical Demands:

- Required to perform duties with limited supervision and will be required to make significant independent
- Direct, manage, implement, and develop ongoing policies and procedures for all hockey related programming with emphasis on risk management and safety of all patrons and
- Directs and oversees all hockey related equipment used for Junior Railer Hockey Club with an emphasis on safety and
- Direct and oversee the growth and continued viability of the programs.
- Direct, recruit, train, evaluate, and supervise 15-25 Jr. Railer Elite hockey
- Direct, recruit, train, evaluate, and supervise 20-30 Jr. Railer Travel and House team coaches and
- Directs and evaluate all ice hockey instruction for Jr. Railer youth hockey
- Direct, organize, and manage Jr. Railer U8 programs.
- Directs and evaluate all ice hockey instruction for all Jr. Railer levels.
- Liaison with Peak Performance for all off-ice training for Jr. Railer hockey participants.
- Serve as Associate Director of Jr. Railer Summer Ice Hockey Prep Sessions.
- Serve as tournament liaison for 8-12 ice hockey tournaments with the Fidelity Bank Worcester Ice Center.
- Direct the planning and organizing the marketing of all Jr. Railer hockey
- Direct the special ordering of ice hockey equipment for the Jr. Railers.
- Establish working relationships with individuals, other WIC tenants, outside agencies, and groups that can further enhance the mission of the Junior Railers Hockey Club.
- Establish working relationships with outside ice hockey groups who can further enhance the mission of Junior Railers Hockey Club.
- Assist with annual Ice contracts needed for the program.
- Completes other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications:

- Bachelor's Degree and 2 years of experience in ice related sports and activities, or 6 years of experience in ice related sports and activities or equivalent education and
- Experience in ice hockey instructing and officiating, with knowledge of other ice related sports, activities and
- Employment for this position is contingent upon providing a set of fingerprint impressions and satisfactorily completing a criminal records As well as a successful background, reference and CORI process

Preferred Qualifications:

- Successful management and recreational programming
- Experience in working within a professional environment.
- USA Hockey coaching certification

To apply, send a resume and cover letter to:

Dave Nordman
President-Elect, Junior Railers Hockey Club
presidentelect@juniorrailers.com

Posted on 04/17/2019


Oswego State - Graduate Assistant Hockey Coach

Oswego State is accepting applications for the position of Festa Graduate Assistant Hockey Coach. Responsibilities include evaluating of potential student-athletes, game and practice preparation, video analysis, conditioning, and other duties as assigned.

Qualifications include a minimum of a bachelor's degree and the ability to gain admission to the Oswego State graduate program. In addition, the candidate must possess a strong knowledge of the game of hockey, playing or coaching experience at the college level or equivalent, effective organizational and communication skills and the ability to represent the philosophy and educational goals of Oswego State. Oswego State offers the ideal candidate a competitive Graduate Assistant package which includes tuition, and a stipend.

Qualified applicants should electronically submit a cover letter, current resume and list of 3 references with email and telephone contacts to Ed Gosek, Head Coach, at edward.gosek@oswego.edu.

Posted on 04/15/2019


Cherry Creek Hockey Association- Head Coach Junior Varsity Prep

The Cherry Creek Hockey Association (CCHA) is a Colorado Amateur Hockey Association member located in Centennial Colorado. Cherry Creek is a USA Hockey nationally recognized Prep organization that competes at the Tier II and Rec level. Cherry Creek Prep teams participate in the Colorado Prep Hockey League and Colorado High School Amateur Association (CHSAA) High School League.

CCHA is accepting applications for the position of Head Coach Junior Varsity Prep.

The Junior Varsity Prep Head Coach responsibilities will include organizing and administering game strategies and practice plans and leading a coaching staff of Assistants.

The Junior Varsity Prep Head Coach will report directly to the Hockey Director of Operations.

Qualifications and Responsibilities:

Excellent leadership and communication skills
Strong knowledge and experience in player skill development
Organize and implement effective practice and game plans
Develop and prepare Junior Varsity Prep players for promotion to Varsity Prep
Promote a strong academic environment

Requirements:

Must hold USA Hockey Level 3,4 or above Certification or in process of obtaining
Previous Midget Tier II or High School Experience
Strong passion to teach the game
Hockey Playing Experience (HS, Junior, College)
Exceptional organizational skills
Safe Sport Certified

Stipend will be provided.

Full Job Description will be discussed with chosen future candidates.

Email Cover Letter and Resume with contact information to:

Jeff Mielnicki
Director of Operations
Cherry Creek Hockey Association
Redwing707@aol.com
www.creekhockey.info

Posted on 04/15/2019 (List until 05/31/2019)


Volunteer Head Coach - Texas State University - ACHA D.II

The Texas State University Ice Hockey Team has begun a search for the Bobcat's next Head Coach.

The Bobcats are an ACHA Div. II non-varsity hockey club that competes in the Texas Collegiate Hockey Conference, and plays an intercollegiate schedule from August to February.

The team will split time for the 2019-2020 Season between Austin and San Antonio. Our schedule this year requires travel to Dallas, El Paso and College Station, lodging is provided.

We are looking for an experienced, USA Hockey Certified coach with adequate knowledge of on-ice systems, practice planning skills, and off-ice professionalism.

Please send a Cover Letter, and a coaching/playing Resume with character references to Assistant Coach Shayne O'Brien at sro41@txstate.edu no later than July 1st if you are interested in this volunteer position.

For more information, visit our website at txsthockey.com

Posted on 04/15/2019


St. Cloud State Men's ACHA DII - Head Coach

The St. Cloud State University Men's ACHA DII team is seeking head coach applicants for the 2019-20 season. The team practices twice a week at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center on the SCSU campus. In addition, there are 1-3 games per weekend, generally Friday and Saturdays, expected to dedicate ~20 hours per week.

Position: Head Coach

Job Responsibilities:

· Attend all practices and games
· Organize and execute practice plans
· Teach on ice skills and player development
· Attend conference and league meetings
· Assist with schedule building
· Able to raise funds through alumni relations, dues and on-campus work with the team

Qualifications:

· Playing and/or coaching experience at Junior, Collegiate, or Pro level preferred
· Able to organize and allocate team funds
· Able to assess talent and make cuts if necessary
· Willing to travel from St. Cloud and drive a van

Interested applicants should submit a resume with 2+ references to scsuclubhockey@gmail.com.

Position will be filled prior to July 1st. A lot of the paperwork, funds and planning is done in the first two months to prepare for the season beginning at the end of September.

Posted on 04/15/2019 (List until July 1, 2019)


Hartford Junior Wolfpack (USPHL) - Scouts for 2019-2020 season

The Hartford Junior Wolfpack of the USPHL are looking for scouts for the upcoming 2019-2020 season. All scouts are compensated. Interested candidates please email your resume to:

Pierrelucracette@gmail.com

Posted on 04/11/2019 (List until 08/01/2019)


Athol Murray College of Notre Dame - Volunteer Intern Coach

The Volunteer Intern Coach will provide a supporting role to the Director of Hockey and the Male/Female Hockey Coordinators. This will include on ice and off-ice development of the players. This position requires the availability to work some evenings and weekends.

For more details regarding this position please click here (PDF File)

Posted on 04/11/2019


Sioux Falls (SD) Youth Hockey Association - Head Coach - Boys Varsity Hockey

Sioux Falls Youth Hockey Association (SFYHA) is seeking a Head Coach for our Boys Varsity team.

The preferred candidate will possess the following qualifications:

• 2 years of coaching experience at the U14 level or higher.
• Experience playing competitive hockey at the high school level or higher.
• USA Hockey Coach Certification at Level 3, 4, or 5.
• Undergraduate college degree preferred.
We are looking for a mature individual with a passion for developing the whole athlete. The head coach will be a positive role model and will maintain a culture of excellence both on and off the ice. The season runs late September through March and includes travel throughout the region. Salary is commensurate with experience and SFYHA covers all travel-related expenses.

Located in southeastern South Dakota, SFYHA is the largest youth hockey association in the state serving over 600 youth players ages 4 - 19. We are headquartered at SCHEELS IcePlex, a state-of-the-art three-sheet facility that opened in 2014.

Letters of interest should include a short bio and a description of playing and coaching experience.

Please send letters of interest to Dan Houck, SFYHA Director of Hockey, at dan.houck@sfflyers.com.

Posted on 04/11/2019


Norwich University - Head Women's Ice Hockey Coach

Norwich University, located in Northfield, VT and a member of the NCAA Division III and the New England Hockey Conference is accepting applications for the position of Head Women's Ice Hockey Coach. This is a full time 10-month position. The head coach is responsible for the overall administration of the nationally recognized women's ice hockey program at Norwich University.

Responsibilities:

• Understand and abide by all University, NCAA Division III and New England Hockey Conference policies and regulations
• Recruit and retain qualified student-athletes to the program
• Develop an annual recruiting plan and maintaining a database of prospective student-athletes in coordination with the Admissions Office
• Organize and implement comprehensive practice and game plans
• Demonstrate and communicate expertise and knowledge of the sport
• Schedule all travel and lodging for the women's program
• Oversee the operational budget for the hockey program
• Prepare and complete all administrative reports involving the hockey program
• Hire, supervise and mentor assistant coaches and work study students
• Oversee the scheduling of league and non-league hockey contests and scrimmages
• Monitor the academic progress of all student athletes in the hockey program to enable them to achieve high academic success
• Attend all league meetings
• Attend University Open Houses
• Participate in promotions and publicity events for the hockey program
• Organize and administer fundraising activities in conjunction with the Director of the Maroon and gold Athletic Association and the Blue Line Club and their Board of Directors
• Serves on University and Athletic Department committees as assigned
• Develop and nurture alumni and community relations in support of the women's hockey program
• Maintain membership in professional organizations within the ice hockey community

Requirements:

• A Bachelor's Degree is required; a Master's Degree is preferred
• Previous NCAA collegiate playing experience is required
• Previous NCAA collegiate coaching experience is required, head NCAA coaching experience is preferred
• Demonstrated ability to speak in a public forum to University faculty, staff, alumni and the surrounding community
• Experience with fundraising organizations in support of the hockey program
• Knowledge of all NCAA rules and regulations

Additional Information:

Norwich University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to providing a positive education and work environment that recognizes and respects the dignity of all students, faculty and staff. Reasonable accommodations will be made for the known disability of an otherwise qualified applicant. Please contact the Office of Human Resources at nuhr@norwich.edu for assistance.

All candidates must be a US Citizen/Permanent Resident legally eligible to work in the US without sponsorship now or in the future. A post offer, pre-employment background check will be required of the successful candidate.

Norwich University offers a comprehensive benefit package that includes medical, dental, vision, group life and long term disability insurance, flexible-spending accounts for health and dependent care, 403(b) retirement plan with employer match, employee assistance program, paid time off including parental leave, and tuition scholarships for eligible employees and their family members.

Application Instructions:

Please submit a cover letter, resume, and Norwich application: https://norwich.interviewexchange.com.

URL: www.norwich.edu

Posted on 04/10/2019


University of Maine Men's Hockey - Full Time Volunteer Coach

The University of Maine Men's Hockey Team is seeking applications for the position of Full Time Volunteer Coach for the 2019-20 season. Duties include on-ice practice and skills sessions, video analysis and editing, production of teaching videos, scouting upcoming opponents and building scout videos, and team communication.

Those interested should send a resume with cover letter to dennis.gendron@maine.edu.

Posted on 04/10/2019


Hockey Director – Westchester Skating Academy, Elmsford, NY

Job Description:

This position is responsible for the development, implementation, and management of our Youth/Adult Hockey programming aligning their activities with the goals of the company. Through marketing, strong administration and a superior facility a positive customer experience is our main goal! Your job as Hockey Director is to create the best experience for each customer.

Responsibilities:

- Creating and maintaining Hockey programs including, but not limiting to: In-House Hockey Leagues, Travel Programs, Camps and Clinics, Learn to Play Classes
- Works closely with the skating director
- Hires, trains, disciplines & terminates his/her assistants, scorekeepers, coaches, referees, and the professional hockey staff
- Works closely with the GM on scheduling all hockey related programs
- Schedules and runs coaches' meetings
- Maintains schedules, scoresheets, rosters and stats for games
- Ensures all players are fully insured and have paid all dues prior to their participation
- Handles customer relations for the hockey department

Please send resume and contact information to General Manager, Kevin Kamenski at kevin.kamenski@skatewsa.com

Posted on 04/09/2019 (List until 07/01/2019)


Volunteer Assistant Coach – Lake Superior State University

The Men's Ice Hockey Team at Lake Superior State University is looking for a candidate to fill the role of Volunteer Assistant Coach for the 2019-2020 season. The successful candidate will be involved in all aspects of the daily operations of the coaching staff and will be tasked with assisting in film analysis among other duties.

Please email a cover letter and resume with contact information to zcisek@lssu.edu.

Posted on 04/09/2019


Summer Camp Roller Hockey Counselor

Camp Weequahic, a private co-ed summer camp in Northeast Pennsylvania, is looking for college-aged counselors to help lead our roller hockey program this summer. This position is for someone who will love living in a bunk with campers, helping them gain confidence on the court, and enjoy spending time with our other staff members, who are from all over the world.

Our dates for this summer are June 19- August 12, and our first year counselors typically make $1500 salary plus a $300 travel stipend, along with room and board.

Please check out our short video and our website at www.weequahic.com, where you can fill out our online application. For questions or if you have an interest, please feel free to call or email James, our staffing coordinator, at james@weequahic.com or 877.899.9695 or check our Facebook page dedicated to our 2019 staff.

Posted on 04/09/2019


Seaforth Generals - CPJHL - Recruiters Openings

The Seaforth Generals Junior Hockey Club have openings for recruiters in the below listed areas. These recruiters will work directly with the General Manager on personal level to identify and sign potential quality players for the 2019-2020 season and beyond.

Looking for scouts of players looking to play in the Juniors with birth years between 1999-2005 in the following regions:

Canada -
British Columbia
Alberta
Saskatchewan
Manitoba
Ontario - North, East, Southwestern
Quebec
Nova Scotia
PEI
New Brunswick
New Foundland

California
Connecticut
Colorado
Florida
Georgia
Illinois
New York
New Jersey
Maine
Massachusetts/ New England
Michigan
Missouri
New Jersey
New York
North and South Dakota
Ohio
Pennsylvania
Texas
Tennessee
Utah
Washington

Interest in covering more the 1 state or province is possible.

All scouts will be paid for their services.

All Scouts must be capable of:

- Basic Computer Skills
- Knowledge of Bantam, Midget and Junior hockey in their region
- Excellent communication skills on a personal level

Please feel free to contact me if you have any further questions or concerns at runhart22@hotmail.com or 519-276-1023

Posted on 04/03/2019


BEMIDJI STATE UNIVERSITY, BEMIDJI MN - VOLUNTEER MEN'S ICE HOCKEY ASSISTANT COACH POSITION

The Bemidji State University men's hockey team has a volunteer coaching opportunity available for 2019-20. The position provides valuable experience of serving on a NCAA D-I coaching staff. Responsibilities would primary include being the video coordinator (capturing home/away, editing, uploading/downloading, etc) and working with the goaltenders.

Please send cover letter, resume, and references to Tom Serratore at thomas.serratore@bemidjistate.edu

Posted on 04/03/2019


Delaware Jr. Blue Hens Coach Search

The Delaware Jr. Blue is a Tier II Youth Hockey organization that conducts its' practices and home games at the University of Delaware's Rust Arena and Gold Arena in Newark, DE.

Our organization provides the resources to make our players and coaches the best that they can be. We strive to facilitate the learning of the necessary technical skills required to excel in the sport of ice hockey. In addition, we want to foster the development of individual characteristics such as leadership, teamwork, work ethic and commitment for our players which will go far beyond the sport they play.

We are uniquely positioned to accomplish this due to our valued relationship with the University of Delaware and the University of Delaware Ice Hockey program. Our university-based facilities and the university staff supporting us are world class in what and how they deliver. Finally, but equally as important, we wish to provide an environment where families can get what they want out of the Tier 2 youth hockey experience based on their own family goals.

Program Goals

1. Maintain an enjoyable and secure family friendly environment while constantly challenging our skaters in every aspect of team sports. 2. Provide the resources to enable our players and coaches to become the best that they can be. 3. Grow the program. 4. Field nationally competitive Tier 2 AA and A National teams. 5. Provide the best youth ice hockey value in the area for what our families invest in terms of time and money. Strategy Overview

Clearly the best way to improve youth ice hockey in Delaware is to provide an environment where everyone that wants to play can play. In addition to technical skill, we mandate that our players have discipline, a strong work ethic, strong sense of team work and a high level of commitment. Primary developmental focus at all levels will be on power skating, stick handling, hockey sense, physical conditioning and endurance.

The Jr. Blue Hens are looking to fill the following;

1- U18 Boys Head Coach
2 – U16 Boys Head Coaches

Head Coach: Areas of responsibility is coaching and assist in all aspects of the hockey team including organizing and administering practices, game strategies, manage schedule, injury reports, and weekly meeting with the Director of Hockey.

QUALIFICATIONS:

• Excellent leadership skills
• Ability to communicate effectively and efficiently
• Strong organizational and administrative skills
• A proven record of integrity, high principles and demonstrated skill in developing and motivating students - athletes both academically and athletically
• A pleasant personality combined with a positive attitude is essential
• Ability to foster a cooperative work environment, get along and work well with other members of the organization
• Excellent time management skills
• Coaching skills

WORKING CONDITIONS:

• Must be available during the evening Monday- Friday and weekend work
• Some overnight travel- Showcases and tournaments
• Extensive knowledge of the game- Ideal candidate will have played at a high level and has some experience coaching at a high performance level
• Must receive a negative Criminal Record Check

Salary: TBD depending on applicant's qualifications

Please submit applications to jointheJBH@jrbluehens.org

Posted on 04/02/2019


Lead Hockey Coach – Exceed Hockey Camp

Exceed Hockey is looking for Lead Hockey Coaches for their camps located in Minneapolis/St Paul. The camp runs June 10th through August 23rd (No camp the week of July 4th) for 10 total weeks in the summer. Camp is all day Monday through Friday from 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM.

Responsibilities:

• Managing the overall day to day on and off ice activities at camp
• Communicating with parents and campers in a fun and positive way
• Running fun and challenging on-ice sessions 2 times each day
• Conducting multiple activities for campers each day
• Creating an overall FUN environment for campers and their families

Pay is based on experience and very competitive. Lead Coaches are preferred to be full summer (10 weeks) but can be flexible on a weekly or even daily basis. Please contact info@exceedgoals.com to apply and for additional information.

Posted on 04/01/2019


Camp Counselors – Exceed Hockey Camp

Exceed Hockey is looking for Camp Counselors for their camps located in Minneapolis/St Paul, Minnesota. The camp runs June 10th through August 23rd (No camp the week of July 4th) for 10 total weeks in the summer. Camp is all day Monday through Friday from 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM.

Responsibilities:

• Assist in managing the overall day to day on and off ice activities at camp
• Communicating with parents and campers in a fun and positive way
• Assist in running fun and challenging on-ice sessions 2 times each day
• Assist in conducting multiple activities for campers each day
• Creating an overall FUN environment for campers and their families

Pay is based on experience This is a great opportunity for a High School or College age student looking for a summer job in hockey. Camp Counselors are preferred to be full summer (10 weeks) but can be flexible on a weekly or even daily basis. Please contact info@exceedgoals.com to apply and for additional information.

Posted on 04/01/2019


ICEBERG Sports Analytics - Sales Manager (Europe)

We are looking for a Sales Manager who would be tasked with driving revenues in their designated territory (Europe). Primary activities will be to ensure 100% coverage of the entire market and make sure the ICEBERG brand is seen and heard in all areas of the hockey community, the salespeople will be tasked with not only net new deals but also upselling, resigning and extending the current clientele.

This person would be responsible to manage the growth of the entire product suite but primarily ICEBERG LITE. Most of the sales will be done without any face-to-face interaction.

What we expect:

- Great sales skills: including cold calling, door-opening, building relationships, closing deals, and making demo appointments.
- Great understanding of hockey and analytics: ideally with a background in the game of hockey.
- Possess great social skills: these will allow them to rapidly grow this network in settings such as conventions, conferences, and other events as well as through strategic planning.
- Structured thinker, Self-Disciplined, Self-Organized, Responsible and Proactive.
- This person should be a do-er, excited to join a start-up atmosphere and build.
- Flexible: should have the ability to work remotely, travel across Europe
- Creative: able to find solutions and think outside-of-the-box to maneuver around the sales cycle and show our value in different unique ways - sometimes even a different way with each specific account.
- It would be a bonus if this person also has a business background as well.
- It would also be a bonus if they possess a strong pre-existing network of contacts within a variety of leagues including professional levels, Major Junior and College (Usports / NCAA).

Preferably located in Latvia, Estonia, Czech Republic, Sweden.

ICEBERG is based in Toronto, Canada, and Moscow, Russia. We provide enhanced sporting analytics and data collection through modern computer vision algorithms. This data is used to make better management decisions, uncover players’ strengths and weaknesses, improve the training process, and adjust strategy for game preparation. See what we do: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w1o34Co4pBM

Be ready to work in the atmosphere of a young and driven company, aiming for one goal – become the global leader in sports analytics. If you are full of energy and ready to prove that you belong with us - make sure you meet our expectations from the list above and apply now!

job@iceberg.hockey with "Sales manager Europe" subject.

For details: https://www.iceberg.hockey/sales-manager-europe

Posted on 04/01/2019


Lead Hockey Coach – Prime Hockey Summer Camps

Prime Hockey is looking for Lead Hockey Coaches for their camps located in Fargo. The camp runs June 10th through August 23rd (No camp the week of July 4th) for 10 total weeks in the summer. Camp is all day Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Responsibilities:

• Managing the overall day to day on and off ice activities at camp
• Communicating with parents and campers in a fun and positive way
• Running fun and challenging on-ice sessions 2 times each day
• Conducting multiple activities for campers each day
• Creating an overall FUN environment for campers and their families

Pay is based on experience and very competitive based on experience. Lead Coaches are preferred to be full summer (10 weeks) but can be flexible on a weekly or even daily basis. Please contact primehockeymn@gmail.com to apply and for additional information.

Posted on 03/28/2019


Nichols College Women's Ice Hockey Assistant Coach

Nichols College, an NCAA division III institution member of the Colonial Hockey Conference (CHC), seeks applications for an assistant coach with the women's hockey program. The assistant will receive a competitive stipend and a tuition waiver for Graduate School.

Coaching responsibilities will be assigned by the head coach and include but may not be limited to:

- Recruiting of Potential Student Athletes
- Coaching at all scheduled games, and practices
- Practice Planning, skills sessions, and game preparation
- Operating video editing software and equipment
- Video Breakdown
- Academic Monitoring
- Social out reach and community events
- Oversee travel planning

Successful Candidate must pursue a Masters degree within the Nichols College Graduate School. For more information regarding admission to a graduate program at Nichols college: https://gps.nichols.edu/graduate-programs

Requirements; bachelor's degree with collegiate playing experience preferred. A valid driver's License and driving record, which meets institutional requirements, required. Ability to work weekends, evenings, and maintain a flexible schedule. Independently travel within the United States and Internationally. Valid Passport required.

To apply please send resume with cover letter and contact information for three professional references including name, telephone and email address to; Michael.ogrady@Nichols.edu

For Additional information please call or email: Mike O'Grady, Head Coach for Women's Ice Hockey, at 508-213-2444 or Michael.ogrady@nichols.edu.

Posted on 03/27/2019


Islanders Hockey Club - USPHL-EHF

Location: Merrimack College and Skate 3 Tyngsboro

Job Positions:
*Part Time and Volunteer Coaches
*Junior Level
*Midget Level
*Youth Level

Contact for Details: coachbostic@islandershockeyclub.com
Nate Bostic
Islanders Hockey Club Director
http://www.islandersusphl.com/
https://www.islandershockeyclub.com/

Posted on 03/27/2019


New England College Men's Hockey - Graduate Assistant Hockey Coach

New England College, member of the New England Hockey Conference (NEHC), has an opening for the position of Graduate Assistant Hockey Coach. Responsibilities include recruiting and evaluating of potential student-athletes, game and practice preparation, video analysis, conditioning, and other duties as assigned. This is an excellent opportunity for a person wishing to pursue a career in college coaching.

Qualifications include a minimum of a bachelor's degree and the ability to gain admission to the New England College graduate program. In addition, the candidate must possess a strong knowledge of the game of hockey, playing or coaching experience at the college level or equivalent, effective organizational and communication skills and the ability to represent the philosophy and educational goals of New England College. New England College offers the ideal candidate a competitive Graduate Assistant package which includes tuition, room and board.

Qualified applicants should electronically submit a cover letter, current resume and list of 3 references with email and telephone contacts to Tom Carroll, Head Hockey Coach, New England College at tcarroll@nec.edu

Posted on 03/26/2019


Worcester Railers Junior Hockey Club of the Eastern Hockey League and Eastern Hockey League Premier - Multiple positions

The newly formed Worcester Railers Junior Hockey Club of the Eastern Hockey League (EHL) and Eastern Hockey League Premier (EHLP), playing out of the Fidelity Bank Worcester Ice Center, are seeking qualified candidates for the 2019-2020 season for multiple positions, including Director of Hockey Operations, EHL Assistant Coach, EHLP Head Coach and EHLP Assistant Coach.

Experience playing hockey at the collegiate level, coaching hockey, and recruiting hockey players preferred.

All interested candidates please submit resume and references to Mike Addesa: coachaddesa@gmail.com.

For more information, please contact Mike Addesa at 603-986-9081.

Posted on 03/26/2019


GILLETTE WILD - NA3HL - ASSISTANT COACH/YOUTH HOCKEY SKILL DIRECTOR

The Gillette Wild of the NA3HL are seeking qualified candidates for the 2019-2020 season for the position of Assistant Coach/ Youth Hockey Skill Director

All interested candidates can submit resume and references to: Gillettewild@gmail.com

Posted on 03/25/2019


Albertus Magnus College Men's Hockey - Graduate Assistant

The Graduate Assistant will work with Men's Ice Hockey. This position is responsible for recruiting, coaching and practice planning, academic monitoring, video breakdown, off-ice conditioning, team travel and other coaching duties or administrative duties as assigned by the head coach.

Applicants must possess previous playing experience, a bachelor's degree and be admissible into Albertus Magnus College as a graduate student. Albertus Magnus College offers the ideal candidate a competitive Graduate Assistant package.

To apply, send a cover letter, resume, and three references directly to Head Coach Kyle Wallack at kwallack@albertus.edu. Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Posted on 03/23/2019


Graduate Assistant Women's Hockey – Concordia University Wisconsin

Concordia University Wisconsin seeks applications for a Graduate Assistant Coach to join our NCAA Division III women's hockey program beginning July 1, 2019. This position includes a competitive stipend. For more information on our Graduate programs please visit www.cuw.edu/admissions/graduate-admissions

Qualifications:

-Bachelor's Degree
-Acceptance into the CUW Graduate School
-Playing experience
-Valid driver's license

Responsibilities:

-Recruitment of student-athletes throughout North America
-Campus tours of visiting student-athletes
-Ability to work weekends and nights
-Academic monitoring
-Video breakdown and scouting reports of opponents
-Game and practice preparation
-Fundraising
-Other duties assigned by head coach

To apply, please email a cover letter, resume and three professional references to: Head Coach Stephen Fabiilli at Stephen.fabiilli@cuw.edu

Posted on 03/22/2019 (List until 06/30/2019)


Honeybaked Hockey Club - Director of Hockey Operations

The Honeybaked Hockey Club, based out of Farmington Hills, MI, seeks a dynamic leader to serve as Director of Hockey Operations for its Tier I hockey program. We are seeking a candidate who has excellent work-habits, a strong hockey background, good interpersonal and organizational skills, and must be an excellent communicator. The ability to work effectively in the Tier I hockey environment and with league, state and national leaders is a must.

Interested candidates should send cover letter and resume to jjohnson@honeybakedhockey.com

Posted on 03/22/2019


Head Men's Ice Hockey Coach - Becker College

Becker College with campuses in Worcester and Leicester, MA is seeking applicants for a full-time, 10 month opportunity coaching college men's ice hockey.

Responsibilities include providing leadership and supervision in all aspects of the men's ice hockey program - including, recruitment, retention, academic support, practice preparation, game strategy, alumnae development, fundraising, and community. Supervising and training the assistant men's ice hockey coaches, recruiting student athletes, who meet the college's admission requirements, and meet annual recruitment goals as developed by the Department of Athletics. Ensuring compliance with all college, Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) and NCAA rules and regulations related to recruiting and academic monitoring of student-athletes, ensuring department and college regulations are understood by and complied with by student athletes and coaching staff. Working closely with the Athletics Department in fundraising activities directly impacting the program or the department in general and managing home game duties in the fall and spring seasons. Work closely with staff from the Worcester Ice Center to secure practice and game times.

A bachelor's degree in an appropriate area of specialization required. Master's degree preferred. A knowledge of NCAA, CCC and institutional rules and regulations; previous successful coaching and playing experience at the college level; and, the ability to work effectively with all college personnel, students, alumni and the community desired. The ability to work evening and weekend hours required and a valid driver's license required.

Send cover letter, resume, and three professional references to Andrea Belis, Assistant Athletic Director @ andrea.belis@becker.edu or call 774-354-0488 for more information.

Becker College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and prohibits discrimination on the basis of age, sex, race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, disability, gender identification, genetic information, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law.

Posted on 03/22/2019


Mass NA3HL Program Seeks New Head Coach

NA3HL Hockey Team in eastern Massachusetts is seeking a qualified candidates for head coaching position for the 2018-19 season. The team practices three to four times a week for at least 4 hours on-ice, 3 hours per week of off-ice training and participate in approximately 46 games. The head coach will be responsible for supervising assistant coaches and is also expected to establish and maintain a positive culture that values and prioritizes accountability and athlete well-being. The head coach is expected to be able to coordinate and communicate with staff for effective risk management and safety for the benefit of the hockey programs. The season runs from August through March, but duties will extend year-‐round with recruiting and planning, sponsor interaction, as well as other actions.

Job Responsibilities:

- Recruit and select a full roster of talented junior ready players
- Demonstrate a positive attitude and practice good values to lead and manage young players
- Organize, plan and attend all practices, including on and off-ice practices and team functions
- Prepare for and attend all home and away games, including out-of-state games/tournaments
- Manage and supervise assistant coaches
- Strong understanding of hockey, analytics, data, and player development
- Ability to prepare video sessions to review game performance of players
- Prepare and attend interviews with broadcaster for all home games and as needed
- Develop effective two-way communication plan with team officers
- Other tasks assigned by team officers

Qualifications:

- Previous coaching experience required
- Ability to attract and retain high-level players
- Professional, Collegiate or Junior playing experience helpful
- Strong organizational and communication skills
- USA Hockey Accreditation required, including appropriate level
- Share in and promote the programs philosophy and long-term vision

Salary & Compensation will be based upon experience and qualifications.

The anticipated starting date is as soon as possible.

Send cover letter, resume and at least three references to jobsmasshockey@gmail.com

Posted on 03/22/2019


Mass NA3HL Program Seeks New General Manager

NA3HL Hockey Team in eastern Massachusetts is seeking a qualified candidates for a general manager position for the 2018-19 season.

The general manager will be responsible for supervising the coaching staff and for overseeing and recruiting a full roster of junior level players. In addition, the general manager will be responsible for supervising the team and ensuring compliance with league rules. The general manager will also be responsible for ensuring that the team operates practices and travel within budget and perform such other functions as assigned by team officers. The general manager will need to be a strong communicator with team officers.

The season runs from August through March, but duties will extend year-‐round with recruiting and planning, sponsor interaction, as well as other actions.

Salary & Compensation will be based upon experience and qualifications.

The anticipated starting date is as soon as possible.

Send cover letter, resume and at least three references to jobsmasshockey@gmail.com

Posted on 03/22/2019


Junior Team Seeks Regional Scouts

Looking for scouts of players looking to play in the Juniors with birth years of 01, 00, 99 in the following regions:

Canada - British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia
New England Area
New York, Connecticut, New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Illinois
Ohio
Michigan
Minnesota
Wisconsin
Texas
California
Tennessee

All scouts will have an opportunity to be paid for services.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns at jobsmasshockey@gmail.com

Posted on 03/22/2019


Head Coach - Central Michigan Unviersity Mens ACHA D-III Hockey

The Central Michigan University Hockey program is seeking qualified candidates for head coaching positions at the ACHA Division III level of the program, for the 2018-19 season.

The Head Coach is responsible for personnel management, mentoring, and on and off-‐ice training of approximately 25 student athletes with direct supervision over team and club officers and assistant coaches; this includes all tryouts, practices, home and away games, and other team functions such as, end-‐of-‐year events, spring recruit skates, marketing, and other possible events. The Head Coach is also expected to closely interact with a 5-10 team support staff (Club President, Secretary, head of hockey operations, etc) and Club sports personnel. The season runs from August through March, but duties extend year-‐round (recruiting, team communication for scheduling and planning, league conference calls, ACHA annual convention, sponsor interaction, as well as other actions.)

Job Responsibilities:

- Organize, plan and attend two weekly practices
- Prepare for and attend all home and away games, including out-of-state games/tournaments
- Develop and attend off-ice workouts and other team functions
- In conjunction with other coaches, plan, coordinate and participate in team training camp
- Secure and manage assistant coaches
- Develop effective two-way communication plan with team leaders and Association governing body
- Other tasks assigned by Team President, Hockey Director or designee

Qualifications:

- Previous coaching experience required
- Collegiate or Junior playing experience helpful
- Strong organizational and communication skills
- Ability to attract and retain high-level players
- USA Hockey Accreditation required level 4 , including appropriate level, on-line module and USAH registration (or working to obtain)
- Share in and promote the programs philosophy and long-term vision

Salary& Compensation: Is based upon experience and qualifications.

The anticipated starting date is asap.

(For recruiting and next season planning purposes) For full consideration, complete applications must be received by 10 a.m. Eastern Time on July 20th, 2018; this date will be extended based on application numbers and quality. A complete application includes a resume and cover letter addressing all job qualifications, as well as names of three professional references with contact information (phone, email). References will not be contacted without prior notification of candidates and all submissions will be considered confident

To Apply please email us your resume to cmuhockeyd3@gmail.com

For more information about the CMU Hockey Club go www.cmichhockey.com

Job Type: Full-time

Posted on 03/20/2019


Evansville Thunderbolts – Full Time Sales Rep

Here is your chance to break in to minor league professional sports

The Evansville Thunderbolts are looking for dynamic person that can help grow our organization

This is an entry level position that will work with both our sales and game day teams. This individual will help sell ticket and sponsor packages of all kinds throughout the year and help coordinate our game day staff. We will be requiring nights, weekends, long game days and sometimes more during the year.

We are looking for a great personality and a self-motivated person to possibly relocate and work with us. Sales experience is required, customer service and game day operations are a huge plus. We offer a base salary plus commissions, paid training, benefits, employee deals and discounts.

The Thunderbolts are finishing their third season in the Southern Professional Hockey League. We are in downtown Evansville, Indiana at the Ford Center, a beautiful 7-year-old facility that is home to many tri-state area concerts, events and home to our hockey organization.

Position is available immediately

Contact Adam Stio at astio@evansvillethunderbolts.com

Posted on 03/20/2019


KCP Hockey Academy – Hockey Coach

KCP Hockey Academy is looking for hockey coaches for the 2019 off season starting in April and running until the end of August for a total of 30 practices. Practices are held at Center Ice in Oaks, PA and is for youth hockey players ages Squirts through Bantams.

KCP Hockey Academy assists players achieve their pinnacle in development by providing complete and comprehensive, elite, skill development with personalized attention to each player. This includes off-ice training, chalk talk and on ice skills sessions. On ice is strictly skill development with a big emphasis on power skating.

Qualifications:

-Played and/or have coached at a high of level youth hockey, jr's, college or pro is preferred but not required
-Assist with off ice and on ice practices
-Are a certified personal trainer (CPT), or have degree in exercise science/kinesiology/athletic training or a related field is preferred but not required
-Have background checks completed
-Hard worker and reliable
-Compensation is TBD and based upon experience and qualifications. Please note that this position is more about an opportunity to gain experience.

To apply or for more information please email Cproctor@kineticchainperformance.com
On Facebook: Kinetic Chain Performance
On Instagram: @k_c_performance

Posted on 03/18/2019


WILKES UNIVERSITY - GRADUATE ASSISTANT WOMEN'S ICE HOCKEY

Wilkes University invites applicants for a graduate assistant position in the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics in Women's Ice Hockey, beginning August 2018.

The primary responsibility is to assist the head coach in all facets of the program, including the recruitment of quality student athletes, organization and planning of practices, match preparation, administrative tasks, scouting, team fundraising and monitoring student athlete academic progress.

A Bachelor's degree is required. Previous participation and/or coaching experience are preferred. This position includes a stipend and tuition remission.

Email a letter of application and the names of three references to: Earl Utter, Head Coach Women's Ice Hockey at earl.utter@wilkes.edu

Wilkes University is an independent, comprehensive university dedicated to academic excellence in the liberal arts, sciences, and selected professional programs. The University has approximately 2000 students at the undergraduate level and over 2,000 full time equivalent students at the graduate and first professional levels.

Its institutional focus is on developing strong mentoring relationships with each of its students and contributing vitally to economic development of Northeastern Pennsylvania. The University is located in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, a revitalized city that is located on the lovely Susquehanna River and is within two and one-half hours driving distance of New York City and Philadelphia.

Wilkes University is constantly seeking to become a more diverse community and to enhance its capacity to value and capitalize on the cultural richness that diversity brings. The University strongly encourages applications from persons with diverse backgrounds.

Posted on 03/16/2019 (List until 08/01/2019)


MayPort Area IceDawgs High School:
2019-20 Season Head JV, assistant varsity coach.
2020-21 Season head Varsity coach.


MayPort is a two-year-old high school team playing in the North Dakota high school league. We are adding a JV program for upcoming season. We are looking for a head JV and an assistant varsity coach for the upcoming season. Our head varsity coach is retiring after next season so he would like to work with someone to train and take over the varsity program for the following season. This is a 6-month position with other employment opportunities possibly available. Housing may also be available. Salary dependent on experience.

Please submit resume and 3 letters of reference to Dave Bjugson at ndpd@cableone.net for consideration.

Posted on 03/16/2019


Kirkland Lake Gold Miners is Seeking an Equipment Mgr and Athletic Trainer for the 2019-2020 Season

- complete maintenance and care of our locker room and equipment room
- meet the professional standards and expectations set for the preparation of our locker room, visiting team rooms and referees room every home game
- management of all day-to-day equipment needs
- coordinate with Head Coach for room prep for practices home and on the road
- prepare benches and penalty box for practices and games, and in between periods
- prepare game jerseys when new players arrives
- repair and maintain team equipment
- manage equipment inventory and place equipment orders as needed
- maintain complete and accurate documentation for all equipment
- coordinate with Game Day staff for raffles of jerseys, sticks and pucks
- other duties as assigned by the Head Coach
- Handle all off Ice Training
- Handle all player injuries
- Handle all player physio requirements

Required competencies:

- display professionalism, integrity and discretion
- excellent organizational and communication skills
- must be detail oriented
- work effectively and efficiently with the Head Coach, players and front office staff - ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines

to apply please email wood14@rocketmail.com with Resume

Posted on 03/16/2019


Lehigh Men's Ice Hockey Assistant Coach

The Lehigh University ACHA D1 Ice Hockey Team is currently seeking managers for the 2019-2020 season. The season runs from early September until late February. The team practices on the ice twice a week (Tuesday, Thursday) at Steel Ice Center (1 mile from campus near SteelStacks) and plays 2 games each weekend (Friday/Saturday nights).

The team's schedule consists of games plus practices for this upcoming season. This position's working schedule is subject to negotiation with club President, Team Captains and Head Coach.

Job Responsibilities include:

- Videotaping games to provide film to the coaching staff
- Game day preparation and logistics
- Filling water bottles, preparing scoresheets, opening/closing penalty box
- Delivering and picking up uniforms from the Athletic Equipment & Laundry Operations facility on Goodman Campus
- Travel with team may be required for away games (can be flexible)
- Additional tasks the team requires

Please contact Keith Calvaruso (kpc316@lehigh.edu) or Ryder Griffith (brg221@lehigh.edu) to apply or for more information regarding the position.

Posted on 03/14/2019


Lehigh Men's Ice Hockey - Manager

The Lehigh University ACHA D1 Ice Hockey Team is seeking candidates for an assistant coach for the 2019-2020 season. The season runs from early September until late February. The team practices on the ice twice a week (Tuesday, Thursday nights) at Steel Ice Center (1 mile from campus near SteelStacks in Bethlehem, PA) and plays 2 games each weekend (Friday/Saturday nights). The team competes in the ECHA conference, consisting of teams throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Maryland.

Job Description:

- Attend practices and games
- Organize/carry out practice plans
- Assist with teaching on-ice skills and player development
- Assist with player evaluation and recruiting

Qualifications:

- Playing/and or coaching experience at the youth, junior, collegiate, or pro level is preferred but not required
- Willingness to travel to away games on weekends (up to 2-3 hours away in some cases)
- 1 overnight trip
- Communication and interpersonal skills

Anyone interested in applying should please send their resume to Josh Hand, current head coach, at jlh416@lehigh.edu.

Posted on 03/13/2019


Tri Cities Amateur Hockey Association (TCAHA) - Hockey Director

Tri Cities Amateur Hockey Association (TCAHA) Hockey Director reports directly to the Executive Board of TCAHA. Job responsibilities may be modified by the TCAHA Board of Directors (BOD) to best fit the needs and requirements of TCAHA.

For more details regarding this position please click here (PDF File)

Posted on 03/13/2019


Connecticut Chiefs U18 Assistant Coach

The Connecticut Chiefs seek an Assistant Coach for the U18AAA Elite team for the 2019-2020 Season. The U18 Elite Full Season program will deliver an exceedingly competitive Tier I schedule within the Atlantic Youth Hockey League, Beast Showcase Series, and in high profile Tournaments and Showcases, ensuring exposure at both the College and Junior level.

The Assistant Coach will help with the following

- Recruiting
- Practice Planning
- Coaching Practices
- Game Day Ops
- Coaching Games

This is a Stipend position which will require 15-20 hours a week and the ability to be at all practices, games and team functions.

To apply please contact Mike Tenney at Tenneym@ctchiefs.com

Posted on 03/12/2019


Stevenson University Women's Hockey - Graduate Assistant

The Graduate Assistant will work with Women's Ice Hockey. Duties include administration in all phases of the program, including recruiting, player-evaluation, practice planning and implementation, fundraising, scheduling, other coaching duties or administrative duties will also be assigned.

If interested, please contact – tjohnson6@stevenson.edu

Posted on 03/08/2019


Vermont Academy - Boys' Varsity Head Hockey Coach

Vermont Academy has a long history of competitive ice hockey, beginning in its early years with an outdoor ice rink to today's plans to restore the current rink and to continue the school's tradition of developing outstanding hockey players. VA hockey players follow in the footsteps of VA alumni and hockey legends Bill Torrey (GM for the Islanders and Panthers), Gordie Russell (Dartmouth), and Paul Fenton (Whalers, Rangers, GM for the Minnesota Wild).

The head hockey coach directs and coordinates the operation of the boys' ice hockey program in concert with Vermont Academy's mission and core beliefs under the management and supervision of the Athletic Director. Responsibilities include preparing for and running daily practices, game day prep and coaching, game day travel, working with the Junior Varsity program as needed, coordinating with the Communications Department on game results and social media updates, coordinating with College Counseling to place interested athletes in college hockey programs, and coordinating with the Admissions Office to recruit mission appropriate student athletes to VA. Vermont Academy's boys' hockey coach must possess a strong ethical coaching philosophy with an emphasis on player development and positive team culture and contribution to campus wide community engagement.

Other potential job requirements:

• Administrative duties in the Admissions or Student Life Office or Teaching.
• Serve on a Weekend Duty Team, approximately once a month
• Dorm parenting--either in dorm or campus housing, approximately two nights a week
• Advising (4-7 students)
• Other duties as assigned

Qualifications and Skills:

• B.A. Degree
• Player experience
• At least 5 years of coaching experience, preferably at the high school or college level
• A passion for independent boarding schools and the life-changing experiences they offer
• A positive attitude
• Leadership skills
• Commitment to player development
• A strong interest in character development
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills with students, adults, and colleagues

Contact Alexei Sotskov at asotskov@vermontacademy.org

Posted on 03/08/2019


Ironbound Elite (New Jersey) - Hockey Director/Head Coaches

Ironbound Elite is a small, player focused girls ice hockey program in New Jersey. We are looking for a hockey director /head coaches For the 2019-2020 season who can facilitate the advancement of our players.
Candidates should be:
- Hard Working
- Team Orientated
- Have strong communication skills
- Played hockey at a high level
- Focused on Player Development
- Have strong leadership qualities

To Apply: Please submit a resume and references electronically to: info@ironboundhockey.com

Posted on 03/08/2019


Valley Jr. Warriors – General Manager & Head Coach EHL Junior Program

Valley Jr. Warriors – General Manager & Head Coach EHL Junior Program

- Full Time Position
- Salary commensurate with experience, Benefits (Healthcare & IRA matching)
- General Manager of the Junior Program (EHL & EHLP), Head Coach EHL
- Previous coaching and recruiting experience at Junior, Prep School or College level required.
- NCAA Division I or III playing experience preferred.

Valley Jr. Warriors are based out of the Haverhill Valley Forum in Haverhill MA. The Jr. Warriors are one of the top Tier I organizations in New England fielding teams Mites to Midgets in the Elite9 and E9 Prep Showcase Leagues as well as Girls U10, U12, U14 and U19 in the E9. The parent company owns/operates 5 ice skating facilities in Massachusetts (Haverhill Valley Forum, Malden Valley Forum, Lawrence Valley Forum, Hockeytown USA and Chelmsford Forum) as well as the Boston Americans HC.

Please send resume and cover letter to HR@jrwarriors.com

Posted on 03/06/2019


NH Avalanche Hockey - Head Coach EHL Premier Team - Associate Director of Youth Hockey

This is a full-time position and salary will depend on experience.

Responsibilities will include:

- Full Time Commit
- Head Coach of the EHL Premier team
- Tier 1 Youth Associate Director (Mite to Bantam, Midget Split Season)
- On and off ice coaching at Junior and Youth
- Youth Skills Sessions and youth planning and scheduling
- Working with youth coaching staff to create practice plans and helping better our youth program
- Encouraging strong character, leadership, and work ethic in our athletes
- Providing role-model behavior to our athletes

Qualifications:

- NCAA Division I or III playing experience preferred
- Previous coaching experience preferred
- Candidate must reside in the NH Area or be willing to move
- Candidate must have a strong passion for ice hockey
- Experience working with young athletes preferred - Strong communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills

About the NH Avalanche Hockey Program

The NH Avalanche is a hockey program based out of the Ice Den Arena in Hooksett, NH. The Avs field teams at the Tier I Youth level from Mites to Midget 16,18's and the junior team is part of the Eastern Hockey League at the EHL and EHLP levels.

A full job description will be discussed with chosen future candidates

Please send resume, cover letter, and reference to Chris Cerrella: jravshockey1@yahoo.com

Posted on 03/05/2019


Depaul ACHA Division II - Head coach and Director

The Depaul Blue Demons are associated with the ACHA at the Division II level. Our organization plays in the Northern Collegiate Hockey League (NCHL) which involves travel throughout the midwest. There is an opening for a New Head coach and Director for the 2019-2020 season and so forth that is responsible for the management of the team.

DePaul plays out of Johnnys Ice House West in Chicago, IL and has enjoyed great success on the ice since the early 1990's when the program was formed. The team typically carries 26 to 30 student- athletes on its roster offering these young men the opportunity to continue to compete in the sport they love while earning their degree.

The Blue Demons practice on Tuesday and Thursday mornings and typically have a series that goes from Friday to Saturday.

Please provide the following in your response:

-Previous Playing Experience
-Coaching Experience
-2 References with Email or Phone Number

Please contact team president Ryan Hasty ryanjhasty@gmail.com along with any questions about responsibilities and qualifications.

Posted on 03/05/2019


Stevenson University Men's Hockey - Graduate Assistant

The Graduate Assistant will work with Men's Ice Hockey. Duties include administration in all phases of the programs, including recruiting, player-evaluation, practice planning and implementation, off-season conditioning, fund-raising, and scheduling, other coaching duties or administrative duties will also be assigned.

Interest contact – ddawes2@stevenson.edu

Posted on 03/05/2019


NAHA Assistant Hockey Director and Goaltending Coach

North Alabama Hockey Association Assistant Hockey Director and Goaltending Coach

Location: Huntsville, Alabama

· Pay will be 25k plus commission opportunities
· Start date will be April 1
· This person will report to Hockey Director Martin Kubaliak

Go to: https://www.totalpackagehockey.com/careers to apply and submit resume

Description:

As the Assistant Hockey Director and Goaltending Coach your responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

· Represent Total Package Hockey and North Alabama Hockey Association in a manner befitting its reputation.
· Serve as the goalie coach for the NAHA program and provide on-ice instruction to all goaltenders of NAHA per required schedule to all youth and adults which includes attending practices and running some free instructional clinics.
· Private lessons and small group training are required.
· Create and execute goalie specific clinics as needed.
· Provide on-ice instruction during TPH Player Development Clinics such as Learn to Play Hockey and Little Preds Learn to Play.
· Provide on-ice instruction to all goaltenders at the Center of Excellence, Huntsville.
· Cultivate an appropriate, positive coach-player relationship with all goaltenders under your supervision.
· Assist in recruiting goaltenders and players to the Huntsville Center of Excellence. This includes but is not limited to in-game evaluations and communication with future prospects, their families, coaches and advisers.
· Utilize your experiences in year one, to assist in building a goaltending program for NAHA. This includes but is not limited to logging all drills, building an on-ice progression / development plan and establishing a criteria for identifying and evaluating future goaltenders.
· Assist with instructing goaltenders in other TPH programs if and when time permits.
· Assist both the Director of Hockey and Director of Operations at the Center of Excellence, Huntsville in other areas of the operation, when requested. · Other responsibilities as assigned.

Posted on 03/05/2019


University of Connecticut Men's ACHA D2 Ice Hockey - Head Coach

The University of Connecticut Men's ACHA D2 Ice Hockey team is seeking head coach applicants for the 2019-20 season. The team practices twice a week at the Freitas Ice Forum on UConn's campus. In addition, there are 1-2 games per weekend, generally Friday and Saturdays. Compensation is available for this position.

Position: Head Coach

Job Responsibilities:

· Attend all practices and games
· Organize and execute practice plans
· Teach on ice skills and player development
· Attend league meetings
· Assist with schedule building
· Able to recruit in the Northeast

Qualifications:

· Playing and/or coaching experience at Junior, Collegiate, or Pro level preferred but not required
· History or ability to recruit in the Northeast Region
· Strong interpersonal and communication skills

Interested applications should submit application (Download Application By Clicking Here) and/or resume to:

Jason St. Peter
President
Email: jason.st_peter@uconn.edu
Phone: 203-974-2075

Posted on 03/05/2019


Seeking Regional Scouts

Looking for scouts in the following regions:

British Columbia
Alberta
Saskatchewan
Manitoba
Southern Ontario
Michigan
Illinois
New York
Pennsylvania
Ohio
Texas
Florida
California
Minnesota
Wisconsin
New England Area

All scouts will have an opportunity to be paid for services.

Positions on call as needed but compensation will be given for services completed.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns at najhspresident@gmail.com

Posted on 03/05/2019


St. Olaf College - Head Women's Ice Hockey Coach

To Apply:
https://stolaf.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobID=1522&job=head-womens-hockey-coach

St. Olaf College, a NCAA Division III institution and member of the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, invites applications for the full-time position of Head Women's Ice Hockey Coach. The 12-month position is responsible for the overall of management of the women's hockey program.

The program competes and practices in the St. Olaf Ice Arena, an $8 million on-campus facility the college opened in January. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated ability to actively recruit and retain qualified student-athletes, oversee part-time assistant coaches, organize and administer practice and game strategies, schedule games, manage budgets, oversee administrative functions and coordinate alumni outreach efforts.

The position may include teaching or administrative responsibilities.

- Superior knowledge in ice hockey.
- Must be highly organized and able to meet deadlines.
- Ability to manage/communicate effectively with student-athletes, administrators and student work staff members.
- Knowledge of National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and MIAC regulations.
- Bachelor's Degree. Master's Degree preferred.

Posted on 02/28/2019


New England College Men's Hockey - Graduate Assistant Hockey Coach

New England College, member of the New England Hockey Conference (NEHC), has an opening for the position of Graduate Assistant Hockey Coach. Responsibilities include recruiting and evaluating of potential student-athletes, game and practice preparation, video analysis, conditioning, and other duties as assigned. This is an excellent opportunity for a person wishing to pursue a career in college coaching.

Qualifications include a minimum of a bachelor's degree and the ability to gain admission to the New England College graduate program. In addition, the candidate must possess a strong knowledge of the game of hockey, playing or coaching experience at the college level or equivalent, effective organizational and communication skills and the ability to represent the philosophy and educational goals of New England College. New England College offers the ideal candidate a competitive Graduate Assistant package which includes tuition, room and board.

Qualified applicants should electronically submit a cover letter, current resume and list of 3 references with email and telephone contacts to Tom Carroll, Head Hockey Coach, New England College at tcarroll@nec.edu

Posted on 02/28/2019


DME Swamp Rabbits - Scouts

The DME Swamp Rabbits of the USPHL are looking for scouts for the upcoming 2019-2020 season. All scouts are compensated. Interested candidates please email your resume to:

pierre-luc.racette@dmesports.com

Posted on 02/28/2019 (List until 08/01/2019)


New Jersey Titans Hockey Club - NEW Head Coach

The NJ Titans Hockey Club is located in Middletown, New Jersey is seeking applicants for a New Head Coaching position. The position would entail being the organization's Head Hockey Coach for our Tier-I U16 & Tier-I U14 women's teams.

This would be a full time position and the applicant will work closely with our women's hockey director and needed in NJ in the beginning of April. These teams are full season teams that competes from August thru March.

Please include first and last name followed by " Women's Hockey Coach" in subject field of email and to assure full consideration, send the following to havs11@aol.com:

- Female Applicants preferred
- Resume Required
- 3 references

Review of resumes will begin immediately and the selection and interview process will continue until the position is filled.

Posted on 02/26/2019


RED Line Hockey – based out of Center Ice Arena (Delmont, PA)

RLH is currently looking for individuals with a hockey background & strong skating ability at least 18 years of age or older. Player and goalie coaches are needed.

Candidate must be able to conduct on & off-ice hockey lessons that would require edge work, advanced skating, skill development and off-ice training.

This position is PART-TIME as we conduct lessons Monday-Friday (occasional Saturdays off ice) and hold camps/clinics throughout the year. Lesson times mostly range from 3-8PM but can vary depending on rink schedule, etc.

Job Type: Part-time

Payment: $12.00 - $15.00 per hour

Contact Luc Brozovich at luc@rlhockey.com

Posted on 02/20/2019


Connecticut Polar Bears - Assistant Coaching Positions

The Connecticut Polar Bears are seeking assistant coaches. Season begins in September 2019 and runs through late winter 2020.

Responsibilities will be assigned and will include:

- On and off ice coaching
- Working with coaching staff to create practice plans
- Attending games and practices
- Working with coaching staff to manage player personnel
- Providing support and guidance to our athletes in the college process
- Encouraging strong character, leadership, and work ethic in our athletes
- Providing role-model behavior to our athletes

Qualifications:

- NCAA Division I or III playing experience preferred
- Candidate must have a valid driver's license
- Candidate must reside in the Connecticut area
- Candidate must have a strong passion for ice hockey
- Experience working with young athletes preferred
- Experience with social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) preferred
- Strong communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills

About the Connecticut Polar Bears

The Connecticut Polar Bears, the first all-girls ice hockey program in Connecticut, have competed internationally since 1985. The Polar Bears have won 11 National Championships. Nine Polar Bears players have competed in the Olympic Games, and many have played on the U.S. National Team. Four Polar Bears have gone on to win the Patty Kazmaier Award, given to the top female college ice hockey player. The Polar Bears organization has placed more than 240 players in college, and 39 of those players have become coaches at the college or prep school level.

Please send resume, cover letter, and reference to janice@ctpolarbears.com.

Posted on 02/20/2019


ICEBERG Sports Analytics - Client Success manager

We are looking for an excellent communicator who is client-oriented with strong social skills, structured thinking and who is an efficient problem solver to manage our rapidly growing base of clientele.

Main objectives: Increase customer satisfaction, loyalty, engagement and usage of the ICEBERG product suite for the purpose of therefore increasing our retention rates and allow for an easier process in resigning, extending and upselling each client. Increasing our overall value for clients. The Client Success team will be directly involved in the upselling of some accounts. It is expected that the client success team will have the highest level of detailed understanding and knowledge about the ICEBERG product suite. The Client Success team will also manage the Client “Pipeline” showing what stage each client is at with the final stage being sincere loyalty and full usage of the ICEBERG product suite.

What we expect:

- Structured thinker, Self-Disciplined, Self-Organized, Responsible and Proactive.
- Quick learner: Able to quickly understand an advanced product and new advanced features as they are released, dissect them and re-communicate them to the masses in a way that is understood.
- Ability to train people and educate them, a teacher.
- Strong character: Motivated to help our clients, mitigate conflict and be client-oriented while at the same time communicating with the sensible approach that there are solutions to solve every problem through communication rather than giving.
- Strong understanding of hockey, analytics, data, and player development.
- Excellent written and verbal language: organized written communication and the ability to build materials that are compelling, engaging, thought-provoking, creative and that draw our users to give feedback, inquire and ask questions. These documents should also periodically give answers to the potential problems and questions of clients ahead of time. These materials will include: regular surveys which provoke answers that give our product team true insights, regular newsletters that have a personal feel/touch but also allow the Cliet Success team to maintain a more consistent touch with each Client, monthly to Semi-annual one-on-one calls with clientele (based on their account standing)
- The following documents which will require consistent updating: training and educational materials to provide the client with a full knowledge base, onboarding documents for each client case (for example, users of different products), materials for the Client Service (24/7 support) team to send to the client through the online help desk based on a list of questions asked, FAQ sheets.
- Confidence and compassion: an even blend of both is ideal

Preferably located in Canada.

ICEBERG is based in Toronto, Canada, and Moscow, Russia. We provide enhanced sporting analytics and data collection through modern computer vision algorithms. This data is used to make better management decisions, uncover players’ strengths and weaknesses, improve the training process, and adjust strategy for game preparation. See what we do: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w1o34Co4pBM

Be ready to work in the atmosphere of a young and driven company, aiming for one goal – become the global leader in sports analytics. If you are full of energy and ready to prove that you belong with us - make sure you meet our expectations from the list above and apply now!

job@iceberg.hockey with "Client Success manager" subject.

For details: https://www.iceberg.hockey/client-success-manager

Posted on 02/19/2019


ICEBERG Sports Analytics - Sales Operations manager

We are looking for a person who would build a highly efficient sales management system in order to scale our business in amateur leagues with the light version of the product and obtain a few more teams from NHL

In addition, we expect this person to build a network of commission based sales agent team. This team expected to have 16 members and located primarily in Canada and Midwest and Northeast USA.

What we expect:

- Structured thinker, Self-Disciplined, Self-Organized, Responsible and Proactive.
- A real do-er who is result oriented and able to organize and manage people, processes and systems, in particular, CRM, pipeline management systems, budgets, sales forecasts, regular meetings, and reporting;
- Straight-to-the-point: This person can get right down to business, pay attention to the details and avoid inefficient or unnecessary activities.
- Good communicator: Able to communicate with others and good with cross-departmental communication (with Finance, Support, Development, etc.)
- Passionate about Hockey, Sports, and technology: this person should be excited to join a growing team in the process of building a world-class sports technology company!
- Creative: thinks outside of the box and can utilize resources in the most efficient way possible.

Preferably located in Toronto, Chicago, New York, Montreal

ICEBERG is based in Toronto, Canada, and Moscow, Russia. We provide enhanced sporting analytics and data collection through modern computer vision algorithms. This data is used to make better management decisions, uncover players’ strengths and weaknesses, improve the training process, and adjust strategy for game preparation. See what we do: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w1o34Co4pBM

Be ready to work in the atmosphere of a young and driven company, aiming for one goal – become the global leader in sports analytics. If you are full of energy and ready to prove that you belong with us - make sure you meet our expectations from the list above and apply now!

job@iceberg.hockey with "Sales Operations manager" subject.

For details: https://www.iceberg.hockey/sales-operations-manager

Posted on 02/19/2019


ICEBERG Sports Analytics - Key Account manager

We are looking for a Key Account Manager who would be tasked with driving revenues in their designated territory (USA or Canada). Primary activities will be to ensure 100% coverage of the entire market (8,500+ teams), manage the commission-based sales agent team (within their territory), and make sure the ICEBERG brand is seen and heard in all areas of the hockey community, the salespeople will be tasked with not only net new deals but also upselling, resigning and extending the current clientele.

This person would be responsible to manage the growth of the entire product suite but primarily ICEBERG PRO, SCOUT. Sales will consist of some face-to-face interaction and meetings.

What we expect:

- Great sales skills: including cold calling, door-opening, building relationships, closing deals, and making demo appointments.
- Great understanding of hockey and analytics: ideally with a background in the game of hockey.
- Posses great social skills: these will allow them to rapidly grow this network in settings such as conventions, conferences, and other events as well as through strategic planning. - Structured thinker, Self-Disciplined, Self-Organized, Responsible and Proactive.
- This person should be a do-er, excited to join a start-up atmosphere and build.
- Flexible: should have the ability to work remotely, travel across America.
- Creative: able to find solutions and think outside-of-the-box to maneuver around the sales cycle and show our value in different unique ways - sometimes even a different way with each specific account.
- It would be a bonus if this person also has a business background as well.
- It would also be a bonus if they possess a strong pre-existing network of contacts within a variety of leagues including professional levels, Major Junior and College (Usports / NCAA).

Preferably located in Toronto, Chicago, New York, Montreal

ICEBERG is based in Toronto, Canada, and Moscow, Russia. We provide enhanced sporting analytics and data collection through modern computer vision algorithms. This data is used to make better management decisions, uncover players’ strengths and weaknesses, improve the training process, and adjust strategy for game preparation. See what we do: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w1o34Co4pBM

Be ready to work in the atmosphere of a young and driven company, aiming for one goal – become the global leader in sports analytics. If you are full of energy and ready to prove that you belong with us - make sure you meet our expectations from the list above and apply now!

job@iceberg.hockey with "Key Account manager" subject.

For details: https://www.iceberg.hockey/key-account-mnager

Posted on 02/19/2019


ICEBERG Sports Analytics - Sales Manager

We are looking for a Sales Manager who would be tasked with driving revenues in their designated territory (USA or Canada). Primary activities will be to ensure 100% coverage of the entire market (8,500+ teams), manage the commission-based sales agent team (within their territory), and make sure the ICEBERG brand is seen and heard in all areas of the hockey community, the salespeople will be tasked with not only net new deals but also upselling, resigning and extending the current clientele.

This person would be responsible to manage the growth of the entire product suite but primarily ICEBERG LITE. Most of the sales will be done without any face-to-face interaction.

What we expect:

- Great sales skills: including cold calling, door-opening, building relationships, closing deals, and making demo appointments.
- Great understanding of hockey and analytics: ideally with a background in the game of hockey.
- Posses great social skills: these will allow them to rapidly grow this network in settings such as conventions, conferences, and other events as well as through strategic planning.
- Structured thinker, Self-Disciplined, Self-Organized, Responsible and Proactive.
- This person should be a do-er, excited to join a start-up atmosphere and build.
- Flexible: should have the ability to work remotely, travel across America.
- Creative: able to find solutions and think outside-of-the-box to maneuver around the sales cycle and show our value in different unique ways - sometimes even a different way with each specific account.
- It would be a bonus if this person also has a business background as well.
- It would also be a bonus if they possess a strong pre-existing network of contacts within a variety of leagues including professional levels, Major Junior and College (Usports / NCAA).

Preferably located in Toronto, Chicago, New York, Montreal

ICEBERG is based in Toronto, Canada, and Moscow, Russia. We provide enhanced sporting analytics and data collection through modern computer vision algorithms. This data is used to make better management decisions, uncover players’ strengths and weaknesses, improve the training process, and adjust strategy for game preparation. See what we do: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w1o34Co4pBM

Be ready to work in the atmosphere of a young and driven company, aiming for one goal – become the global leader in sports analytics. If you are full of energy and ready to prove that you belong with us - make sure you meet our expectations from the list above and apply now!

job@iceberg.hockey with "Sales manager" subject.

For details: https://www.iceberg.hockey/sales-manager-usa

Posted on 02/19/2019


Wisconsin Lumberjacks Junior A Hockey Club - Assistant Coach

The Wisconsin Lumberjacks Junior A Hockey Club, has an opening for an Assistant Coach position for the team's inaugural season. The Wisconsin Lumberjacks, located in Spooner, WI, will be a Tier II junior A team playing in the Superior International Junior Hockey League (SIJHL) of the Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL) beginning in the 2019-2020 season.

Job Description:

The position will perform all duties normally associated with the job of an Assistant Coach of a junior hockey team including, but not limited to, working with the Head Coach to initiate and prepare a season plan, scheduling and conducting tryouts, practices, meetings and other training, maintaining team and individual discipline, recruiting players and promoting the team in the community. The Assistant Coach will maintain his Level 3 or higher USA Hockey coaching certification during the term of this contract. During the hockey off season and at times during the hockey season the Assistant Coach agrees to be available to perform various duties related to the position to be determined by the Lumberjacks with consideration given to the Head Coach & General Manager's team responsibilities and the needs of the arena. In conjunction with the Head Coach & General Manager the Assistant Coach will provide coaching assistance to the local youth hockey program and to conduct clinics and mini-camps as schedule permits. The position reports to the Head Coach & General Manager in all matters concerning his duties.

Responsibilities:

• Help to Recruit and select a full roster of quality junior caliber players
• Assist in all on-ice camps, practices, games and daily dry-land
• Assist in developing game and practice plans including offensive and defensive systems as well as special teams play
• Serve as a representative consistent with the values and standards of the of The Wisconsin Lumberjacks when conducting meetings with parents, families, social clubs, and media
• Assist in enforcement of player rules, regulations and team policies including disciplinary standards and supervise and manage the conduct of players both on and off the ice
• Work with Head Coach to develop, implement, and conduct an off-ice conditioning program
• Study game film and help conduct regular team meetings to break down game film
• Develop and maintain collaborative, supportive, and professional relationships with area and league teams; help further establish and maintain a professional reputation among all external agencies (league staff, opposing teams, visiting and host hotels, referee group, sponsors, minor partners, opposing team fans and support staff, etc.)
• Assist in development of individual and team athletic skills and foster personal growth and development of all team members.
• Assist in summer hockey camps/team showcases
• Must possess good Time-Management skills and is able to Multitask
• Must be willing and able to perform Community Outreach and Public Relations appearances
• Perform additional duties as directed by Head Coach and President

Qualifications:

• An existing recruiting list of junior caliber players
• A strong reputation for coaching ability and integrity among players, coaches, and parents
• Level 3, or above, USA Hockey Coaching Certification (required and if not level 3 must gain their level 4)
• Strong leadership and disciplinary skills
• Demonstrated ability to develop players in preparation for play at higher levels
• Demonstrated success as a coach/assistant coach at the U16, Youth AAA, Junior, or Collegiate level
• Junior, Collegiate, or Professional playing experience preferred
• Sound knowledge of game theory and concepts including systems and special teams play

To Apply: Please submit a cover letter, resume and references electronically to:

Wisconsin Lumberjacks Email: info@wisconsinlumberjacks.com

Posted on 02/18/2019


Hockey Ambassador and Director - AMHA (Austin, TX)

The Austin Metro Hockey Association (AMHA) is a youth organization operating the Texas Junior Stars and Texas Rising Stars, which offers all levels of play for young people from 8 to 18 years of age. The AMHA believes that education, personal development, teamwork, loyalty and sportsmanship will lead to the development of every individual and a community’s solidarity through the honor of sport. The AMHA embodies the personal commitment to create a positive, passionate, character building experience for all.

For more details regarding this position please click here (PDF File).

Posted on 02/18/2019


Colorado Springs Amateur Hockey

Colorado Springs Tigers AAA Hockey is seeking qualified individuals for Tier I Head Coach and Assistant Coach positions at the 18U to 14U levels.

Duties include:

- Player Recruitment
- Conduct on and off ice practices and training sessions
- Maintain proper national and state mandated certifications and background checks
- Supervision of team during in and out of state competition
- Administrative tasks as necessary for proper operation of team
- Promote team and players to scouts, junior and college teams as appropriate

Colorado Springs Amateur Hockey is one of the original four USA Hockey Model Associations. As such, we believe in implementing world class programming in the interest of long-term athlete development. All Tigers Tier I teams have access to the Tigers Skill Development Center, including video conference space, off-ice shooting lanes and strength training, billet coordinators, academic advisors, and full time professional staff. Highly qualified strength and conditioning coaches at the National Strength and Conditioning Association headquarters conduct world-leading strength and conditioning training for all Tigers Tier I athletes.

Tigers AAA teams compete in the North American Prospects Hockey League (NAPHL).

The position will be that of an independent contractor. Income will include a base salary with the possibility of substantial additional income derived from camps, clinics, spring teams, private lessons and skill coach positions within the association. Base salary amount will be dependent upon qualifications of applicant.

Applicant should have recruiting experience and knowledge of the Tier I landscape across the nation.

Please submit resume and cover letter to Tigers Executive Director , Brian Copeland, at executivedirector@csaha.com.

Posted on 02/11/2019


Regional Scouts

The Metro East Junior Hockey League (Spring/Summer) is looking for dedicated scouts throughout Ontario, New York, Michigan, Ohio, Florida, The Carolina’s, Texas, Arizona, Alaska and California.

The MEJHL is in its 20th year of operation in the Toronto area and has helped train some of the top talent in the OHL, NCAA and NHL. All of our camps and combines are attend by the top junior team scouts in North America. We guarantee exposure with our events and are looking to add to our team of amateur scouts to help us to continue to find elite talent.

Salary based on performance and resume

Please contact matthew@mejhl.com for further details

Posted on 02/02/2019


Corporate Sales and Marketing Position

The Northeast Generals of the North American Hockey League (NAHL) are looking for a dynamic person that can help grow our organization from both a grassroots level and through corporate sponsorships.

This is a full time position that will work to create corporate relationships and also work with our game day teams. This individual will help sell sponsorships, ticket packages of all kinds throughout the year and help coordinate with our game day staff.

The motivated individual will work closely with Management and Operations to help drive community involvement, game day promotions and to sell corporate sponsorship packages.

We are looking for a great personality and a self-motivated person to possibly relocate and work with us. Sales experience and game day operations are a huge plus. We offer a base salary plus commissions.

The Northeast Generals are located in Attleboro, MA and are in their 3rd season in the NAHL.

Position is available immediately

Contact: coach@northeastgenerals.com

Posted on 02/02/2019


CDA Hockey Academy Coaching Position

Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy
Member of the CSSHL

CSSHL League Mission Statement: “To be National Leaders in Education-Based Hockey” In 2009, five like-minded Hockey Canada Sport Schools came together to launch the Canadian Sport School Hockey League. Their vision was to establish a league designed specifically for elite level student athletes, give these athletes an opportunity to increase their skills on and off the ice, and provide athletes with a high level of competition as well as exposure.

Full Time
Girls Varsity Assistant Coach or Co Head Coach Position

Responsibilities:

-Must have experience developing athletes into elite hockey players.
-Must be able to create workout plans for on ice and off ice, and design in season curriculum for short and long term goals.
-Must be a team player and be willing to work together to come up with strategies that are crucial to the growth of the Academy.
-Maintain a professional presence on and off the ice, as you are representing the Academy, and everything that embodies the organization.
-Must have experience in recruiting student athletes throughout the season from around the world while maintaining the rules that govern recruitment in the CSSHL" To Be National Leaders in Education Based Hockey."
-Must be willing to recruit and assist in operations for the Academy's Spring Hockey program, and Summer Camp's.
-Must be willing to help promote, market and advertise the Academy's programs.
-Must have some experience with administrative duties in a school setting or another related organization, and be willing to assist the GM with administrative tasks.
-Must have proper level Certification's

Part Time
$45,000-$55,000
salary negotiated based on experience

Please contact Mike Schroeder Manager CDA Hockey Academy 208-559-5096
mikeschroeder@cdahockeyacademy.com

Posted on 02/02/2019


Northern Cyclones Academy - Women's Junior Full Season Teams Scouting Position

Northern Cyclones Academy, located in Hudson, NH is seeking applicants for their Women's Junior Full Season Teams Scouting position. The position would also lead to coaching with the Women's program. This would be a part-time position to start and could lead to full-time employment and would be looking to begin as soon as possible.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

• Assist with recruiting players for Northern Cyclones Academy
• Travel to tournaments around the USA to find potential players
• Assist with touring potential players around the facilities
• Complete game reports on potential players & teams while recruiting
• Complete lists of potential players & teams

QUALIFICATIONS:

• At least 1 year of Hockey Recruiting Experience
• College Degree
• Hockey Playing Experience (HS, College)
• Knowledge of the sport of ice hockey
• Ability to work evening, weekends, and holidays as the schedule dictates
• Valid driver's license is required, with ability to travel
• Exceptional organizational skills

WORK HOURS/SCHEDULE:

The position is a Part-Time, 12-month position and could lead to full-time employment.

If interested in this position contact Owner Joe Flanagan- jflanagan@northerncyclones.com

Posted on 01/29/2019


Colorado Select Girls Hockey Association Hockey Director

The Colorado Select Girls Hockey Association (Colorado Select) is the first and only all girls' hockey association in the state of Colorado. We are a hockey organization devoted to promoting and expanding girls' hockey in Colorado. The purpose of the Colorado Select Girls Hockey Association is to foster the development of young girls in their pursuit of excellence in a team sport. We want to support the girls of Colorado who want to play a sport that can take them into district championships, college scholarships and even to gold medals.

Colorado Select serves all levels of players from beginners to elite competitive athletes by running a world-class, athlete centered, coach driven and administration supported ice hockey program.

We are seeking the right person to take on the role of hockey director for the association.

Organizational Responsibilities:

• Manage day-to-day operations based on direction from Colorado Select Board of Directors including maintaining operating costs within the set budget.
• Participate in monthly board meetings.
• Develop and undertake activities to market the Association and grow player enrollment and retention in the Association.
• Develop and manage relationships with area hockey organizations and leagues including CAHA, MSGHL, CCYHL, CRHL and others.
• Follow ADM Module Club expectations.
• Apply to work USAH player development camps.
• Work with Communications Director to deliver monthly event and educational content to the association.
• Participate in the recruiting and hiring of qualified coaches.
• Participate in training, developing and supervising coaching staff, including running monthly meetings for coaching staff.
• Conduct three (3) Try Hockey For Free events and three (3) Select Futures Sessions (4 weeks each) per year.
• Develop and conduct summer clinics and skills sessions.
• Lead the Select Tournament Committee, including the organization of both the Squirt Classic (10U), and Jingle Belles Jamboree (8U, 10U) tournaments. Responsibilities for these tournaments include team recruiting, scheduling, budgeting, and on-site management of the events.

8U – 19U Team Responsibilities:

• Regularly review practice plans with coaches for all teams.
• Regularly attend and participate in practices for all teams.
• Periodically attend recreational and tier games.

Qualifications/Competencies:

• Minimum 1 to 3 years Hockey Director or Assistant Director experience.
• USA Hockey Level 4 or Higher certified coach, with 8U – 19U coaching experience.
• Must have valid driver's licenses and transportation.
• Good communications skills.
• Computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.).
• General Hockey knowledge regarding rules, regulations, coaching and communication process.
• Mature organizational skills.
• Available weeknights and weekends.

Please send resume, and cover letter to jobs@csgha.com

Posted on 01/25/2019


Hockey Instructor – Camp Chipinaw & Silver Lake

Chipinaw and Silver Lake are traditional co-ed children's summer camps in the Catskill Mountains of New York. Our kids range from age 7-16.

We are looking for two roller/floor hockey instructors for the 2019 summer. The role would consist of coming up with daily lesson plans for 50 minute sessions, helping run and referee tournaments and leagues, keeping the rink in good shape, and ensuring that the campers are having fun while learning the game. You would also be a bunk counselor and get to experience all that a traditional summer camp has to offer.

Dates are from June 17th - August 11th. Room and Board is provided. Salary would be between $1,700 - $2500 for the summer, depending on experience and year in school. If interested please email jobs@chipinaw.com or go on our website www.chipinaw.com/staff and fill out an application.

*Must have a love for working with children and a background in hockey.

Posted on 01/24/2019


Skills Coach/Facility Manager - Battery Hockey Academy

Battery Hockey Academy
Columbus, Ohio

We are currently seeking a full time skills coach/facility manager. Owned by Columbus Blue Jacket, Cam Atkinson. Our 25,000 sqft facility includes a studio ice rink, synthetic rink, shooting lanes, gym, and studio fitness room. Responsibilities include:

-Private & Small Group Lessons
-Clinics
-Camps
-Coaching Spring Teams
-General building services

Requirements:

-Coaching experience
-Great Customer Service

This would be a full time position with our start up business. We are looking for someone to grow with us as we start to expand. A great work environment and a ton of fun.

Pay: based on experience

Please send resume to joey@batteryhockey.com

Posted on 01/24/2019


HEAD COACH VARSITY PREP - HOCKEY COORDINATOR - ADMISSIONS LIAISON

The First Head Coach & Male Hockey Coordinator at Westlake Bourget College, will maintain a high level of professionalism while creating an atmosphere to allow the Student-Athletes to meet their expectations. This individual will also take on duties in coordinating everything hockey, as well as a role in the school Admissions department.

The Ideal Candidate:

- Is a former hockey player
- Has a vast Experience at coaching hockey at various levels
- Has experience developing athletes into elite hockey players, using a long-term athlete development framework, and can demonstrate the aptitude through experience of helping players move on to new levels
- Have a great hockey network with which to recruit Student-Athletes to Westlake Bourget College
- Has had experience working administrative duties within a school or other organization

Responsibilities:

Hockey Season

- guide the program's direction in a manner that compliments the values and ethos of the College
- Be the leader and mentor to all Student-Athletes in the program
- Involved in the design of an in-season development manual for coaches and players, as part of the hockey curriculum (explain layout of the season)
- Plan, with other coaches, and run on-ice practice sessions
- Foster a culture of development, excellence, while striving to 'win' in all aspects of the game and life → Develop a 'winning' culture
- Lead the Recruitment of the top available Student-Athletes from around the world, while respecting all rules that govern recruitment in Canada and Internationally
- Develop a great local, Canadian, and international network

Spring & Summer

- Organize and operate all Spring Showcase Camps
- Assure the success of the structure of various Spring Teams
- Assure the success of Summer Camps

Admissions Liaison

- Work in conjunction with admissions officers to facilitate the admissions process with student prospects
- Aid in the domestic and international recruitment process of new students
- Be ready to perform typical administrative duties, as well as operate and maintain shared databases
- Work with prospective students and guiding them through the application process
- Facilitate campus visits for prospective students

To Apply: please complete this form (you will be able to submit your CV here)
Application Deadline: approx. May 1, 2019
Approximate Start Date: June/July, 2019
Location: Rigaud, Quebec (Canada)

Westlake Bourget College aims to become a North American Prep School of choice to future Student-Athletes, who excel at the sport of Hockey, by balancing three key pillars: education, extra-curricular passions, and family & social life.

Part of the mission of the college is to implement core values such as compassion, integrity, solidarity, and enduring work ethic, in order of embracing the struggles that come with balancing these pillars, all-the-while surpassing one's self.

Westlake Bourget College develops these values throughout the academic journey, as well as through a structured athletic environment, where Student-Athletes are surrounded by professionals who have a great empathy for their respective pathways. We will build an alumnus that, in addition to having a strong education, has grown integrating a cultural citizenship formed of essential values.

Posted on 01/24/2019


Oswego Stampede NA3HL - Assistant Hockey Coach / Recruiter

The Oswego Stampede are proud members of the NA3HL and USA Hockey Tier lll. The team is currently looking to hire an Assistant Coach for the 2019-2020 season. This is a part time position based out of Oswego, NY. This position will run from August 2019-March 2020.

Position Summary:

- Past Coaching or Playing experience at the Junior, College or Pro Level
- Ability to recruit high end players with a proven track record
- Ability to become familiar with NCAA compliance and promotional requirements
- Ability to work within the scope of tier lll junior hockey guidelines
- Strong work ethic and outstanding personality

Responsibilities:

- Practice planning
- Game Plans for a Tier III Team
- Scouting and recruiting year-round, assist with off-ice and on-ice training
- Video analysis and game breakdown
- Attend all scheduled games, practices, team meetings, and events
- Pre-scout events & games when necessary
- Teaching and implementing team concepts
- Work closely with Team Management in all areas such as sponsorship, billeting, scheduling, and game day operations.

USAH Coaching certification level 4 (in-Progress)

Positions report to General Manager and Head Coach

This is an excellent opportunity for the appropriate candidate who wants to get first hand coaching experience. Coaching stipend dependent based on experience and recruitment.

Recruiters with proven record will be highly considered for this position.

Please submit resume to mbeavis@oswegostampede.com

Posted on 01/23/2019


Regional Scout Recruiters

Player Rep 247 Is looking for Scout/Recruiters to identify and recruit junior Hockey Players in their local area.

We are looking to fill positions all areas of the US, Canada, and Europe.

Interested Applicants send a Resume and References to playerrep247@gmail.com

Posted on 01/17/2019


New Hampshire Junior Monarchs Youth Hockey - 2018-19 Coaches Positions

The New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs, based out of Hooksett, NH, are seeking qualified candidates for coaching positions within the Youth Program for the 2018-19 season at both our Tier 1, AAA and Select Levels.

Responsibilities Include: attending on ice practices; attending off- ice practices; attending all home and away games; game preparation, practice planning, attending coaches meeting, holding parent/player meetings. Coaches should foster a positive environment for players to build their skills and enhance their passion for the game. Please note all coaches must have their USA Hockey Coaching Certification or must be willing to obtain appropriate level in fall and complete USA Hockey Registration, Screening, Safe Sport and On Line Age appropriate Module.

Compensation: This is a stipend position.

Qualified candidates should contact Jeremy at jeremy@tri-townicearena.com or 603-270-1024. Please include levels you may be interested in, resume and names of two references.

Posted on 01/14/2019


Apex Skating USA - Skating and Skill Development Coach (Boston)

Apex Skating is the global leader in skating movement development. Innovation is in our DNA; our mission is to harness the foundations of science and technology and to motivate our Apex Skating clients to reach new levels of success on the ice and in life.

With corporate offices in Ottawa and Los Angeles, our team consults internationally, helping athletes achieve new pinnacles in hockey performance. Apex Skating is an industry innovator by utilizing state-of-the-art technology and the principles of exercise science and movement biomechanics in our proprietary testing methods and evidence-based coaching paradigm.

Apex Skating is recruiting energetic, motivated and qualified part-time skating and skill development coaches in the Boston area for our 2019 High Performance Development Camps. The ideal candidate for this position possesses the following background and qualifications:

-High-level background in hockey as a player or coach (an asset, but not mandatory)
-Experience working with youth players of all ages and skill abilities
-Responsible, hardworking, dependable, and motivated with high levels of energy
-Capable of working independently as well as in a group
-Academic background in the field of health sciences (exercise science, human kinetics, kinesiology) is an asset, but not mandatory
-Flexible work schedule, capable of working evenings and weekends
-Must be able to pass a criminal background check

Apex Skating offers a competitive compensation package that is commensurate with experience and qualifications. To apply, please e-mail a CV and cover letter to Dan Bittle, Managing Partner of Apex Skating USA, at dan@apexskating.com. Apex Skating USA is an equal opportunity employer.

Posted on 01/07/2019


Apex Skating USA - Skating and Skill Development Coach (Philadelphia)

Apex Skating is the global leader in skating movement development. Innovation is in our DNA; our mission is to harness the foundations of science and technology and to motivate our Apex Skating clients to reach new levels of success on the ice and in life.

With corporate offices in Ottawa and Los Angeles, our team consults internationally, helping athletes achieve new pinnacles in hockey performance. Apex Skating is an industry innovator by utilizing state-of-the-art technology and the principles of exercise science and movement biomechanics in our proprietary testing methods and evidence-based coaching paradigm.

Apex Skating is recruiting energetic, motivated and qualified part-time skating and skill development coaches in the Boston area for our 2019 High Performance Development Camps. The ideal candidate for this position possesses the following background and qualifications:

-High-level background in hockey as a player or coach (an asset, but not mandatory)
-Experience working with youth players of all ages and skill abilities
-Responsible, hardworking, dependable, and motivated with high levels of energy
-Capable of working independently as well as in a group
-Academic background in the field of health sciences (exercise science, human kinetics, kinesiology) is an asset, but not mandatory
-Flexible work schedule, capable of working evenings and weekends
-Must be able to pass a criminal background check

Apex Skating offers a competitive compensation package that is commensurate with experience and qualifications. To apply, please e-mail a CV and cover letter to Dan Bittle, Managing Partner of Apex Skating USA, at dan@apexskating.com. Apex Skating USA is an equal opportunity employer.

Posted on 01/07/2019


Apex Skating USA - Skating and Skill Development Coach (Minnesota)

Apex Skating is the global leader in skating movement development. Innovation is in our DNA; our mission is to harness the foundations of science and technology and to motivate our Apex Skating clients to reach new levels of success on the ice and in life.

With corporate offices in Ottawa and Los Angeles, our team consults internationally, helping athletes achieve new pinnacles in hockey performance. Apex Skating is an industry innovator by utilizing state-of-the-art technology and the principles of exercise science and movement biomechanics in our proprietary testing methods and evidence-based coaching paradigm.

Apex Skating is recruiting energetic, motivated and qualified part-time skating and skill development coaches in the Boston area for our 2019 High Performance Development Camps. The ideal candidate for this position possesses the following background and qualifications:

-High-level background in hockey as a player or coach (an asset, but not mandatory)
-Experience working with youth players of all ages and skill abilities
-Responsible, hardworking, dependable, and motivated with high levels of energy
-Capable of working independently as well as in a group
-Academic background in the field of health sciences (exercise science, human kinetics, kinesiology) is an asset, but not mandatory
-Flexible work schedule, capable of working evenings and weekends
-Must be able to pass a criminal background check

Apex Skating offers a competitive compensation package that is commensurate with experience and qualifications. To apply, please e-mail a CV and cover letter to Dan Bittle, Managing Partner of Apex Skating USA, at dan@apexskating.com. Apex Skating USA is an equal opportunity employer.

Posted on 01/07/2019


Apex Skating USA - Skating and Skill Development Coach (Southern California)

Apex Skating is the global leader in skating movement development. Innovation is in our DNA; our mission is to harness the foundations of science and technology and to motivate our Apex Skating clients to reach new levels of success on the ice and in life.

With corporate offices in Ottawa and Los Angeles, our team consults internationally, helping athletes achieve new pinnacles in hockey performance. Apex Skating is an industry innovator by utilizing state-of-the-art technology and the principles of exercise science and movement biomechanics in our proprietary testing methods and evidence-based coaching paradigm.

Apex Skating is recruiting energetic, motivated and qualified part-time skating and skill development coaches in the Boston area for our 2019 High Performance Development Camps. The ideal candidate for this position possesses the following background and qualifications:

-High-level background in hockey as a player or coach (an asset, but not mandatory)
-Experience working with youth players of all ages and skill abilities
-Responsible, hardworking, dependable, and motivated with high levels of energy
-Capable of working independently as well as in a group
-Academic background in the field of health sciences (exercise science, human kinetics, kinesiology) is an asset, but not mandatory
-Flexible work schedule, capable of working evenings and weekends
-Must be able to pass a criminal background check

Apex Skating offers a competitive compensation package that is commensurate with experience and qualifications. To apply, please e-mail a CV and cover letter to Dan Bittle, Managing Partner of Apex Skating USA, at dan@apexskating.com. Apex Skating USA is an equal opportunity employer.

Posted on 01/07/2019