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American Collegiate Hockey Association

ACHA Webmaster Position

Job Posting [June 1, 2015]


Part Time - $4,000 Stipend

Responsibilities of the Webmaster include managing all aspects of updating and maintaining and updated ACHA Website.

This consists of, but is not limited to:

  • All aspects of updating and maintaining the ACHA website.
  • Removal of old material and update with new material.
  • Work with the 4 commissioners and Executive Director to maintain and update information for each division.
  • Work with PR/Media Director to ensure all aspects are up to date and current on a weekly basis.
  • Work with the Board, Commissioners and Executive Director to improve the overall quality of information on the website and ease of use.
  • Create a long and short term plan of website improvements and social media integration for the ACHA.


The Webmaster shall be approved by the ACHA Executive Board and report to the Executive Director.

All interested candidates should submit a letter of intent along with a resume to Chris Wilk.  Please include three professional references.

All Applications must be received by June 12, 2015.


Chris Wilk


Marshall Stevenson

M2 University of Illinois - HEAD COACH

The University of Illinois Hockey Team (ACHA Division 2) is looking for a head coach for the upcoming season.  The team practices on campus in Champaign two days a week at approximately 10PM and generally plays two games (Friday and Saturday) over the weekend.  The head coach would be responsible for assisting in recruiting, running tryouts, creating practice plans, and attending each game. 

We are able to pay the head coach $2,000 for the year, including transportation costs. 
Coaching experience at the collegiate level is preferred. 
Interested candidates please email a resume to

W1 Lawrence Technological University - HEAD COACH

M1 Iowa State University - ASSISTANT COACH

Iowa State University, an American Collegiate Hockey Association program with elite ACHA Men's Division 1 and Division 3 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 D3 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; assisting in the recruitment of student-athletes for both teams; monitoring student-athlete academic performance; selling advertisements and sponsorships to area, regional, and national businesses; and serving as a coach and instructor at the organization's summer hockey school.

Preferred qualifications include sales experience, sports administration experience, proficiency in Microsoft Office software, an eye toward detail, and a steadfast commitment to personal and organizational excellence.

The job requires a bachelor's degree plus three years of successful coaching experience.Benefits include a base salary of $25,000, commission on advertising and ticket sales, health insurance and retirement contributions, and tuition free for master's work. This is a full-time, 12-month position. The final candidate will be required to successfully pass a background check and gain admittance into an Iowa State master's degree program.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and three references via email to Head Coach and General Manager Jason Fairman at Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

M1 University of Delaware - HEAD COACH

M3 Holy Cross College at Notre Dame - HEAD COACH

Title of Position: Head Coach – Men’s Hockey
Department: Athletic Department
Reports to Supervisor: Director of Athletics
FLSA: Exempt

Holy Cross College is a Catholic, four-year, co-educational, liberal arts institution located in Notre Dame, Indiana. With a 13:1 student to faculty ratio, students find personal attention from professors who care about their success. We rely on faculty and staff to help students develop the knowledge, skills, and character to meet their professional goals and to live lives of purpose and integrity.
Typical Schedule: Part time as needed. Typical for this position is evenings, and weekends according to the practice and game schedule of the student athletes.

Purpose: The selected candidate will insure the team operates and conducts themselves within the ideals and goals set forth by Holy Cross College and the rules and regulations of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA).
Essential Job Duties:

  • Instructing/coaching student athletes
  • Conducting practices
  • Scheduling games
  • Arranging team transportation
  • Developing and managing a team budget
  • Order equipment as needed to serve the needs of the program
  • Maintaining an accurate inventory of uniforms and equipment
  • Promoting the men’s hockey program in the college and community
  • Promoting the five core values of the NAIA Champions of Character program; Respect, Responsibility, Integrity, Servant Leadership, Sportsmanship
  • Recruiting Holy Cross College ‘fit’ students as athletes
  • Developing the leadership of assistant coaches, and captains
  • Serving as an example of faith based leadership while demanding appropriate conduct at all times from athletes

Minimum Education, Skills, and Ability:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Previous college hockey coaching experience preferred
  • Knowledge and experience using email and administrative websites
  • Ability to work effectively with a diverse student population
  • Strong organization skills and attention to detail
  • Ability to work flexible work schedule including, evenings, and weekends as may be necessary to serve the needs of the team
  • Highly motivated person who is task oriented
  • Excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills
  • Ability to work under pressure, in a team atmosphere, and with a minimum of direct supervision
  • Ability to lift at least 40 lbs.

NOTE: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the person assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, skills and physical demands required of personnel so classified. Employment at Holy Cross College is ‘at will’ meaning either the college or employee can end the employment relationship at any time, with or without cause, with or without notice. Holy Cross College is an equal opportunity employer. All employment decisions are based on qualifications and are made without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex, disability,or any other legally protected status. Interested candidates should submit resume, cover letter and three references (names and contact information), via mail to: Human Resources, or hard copies may be sent to address below. Position open until filled.

Human Resources
Holy Cross College
PO Box 308
Notre Dame, IN 46556-0308


The Kent State University Ice Arena is a self-sustaining auxiliary which is part of Department of Recreational Services. The Ice Arena opened in October of 1970 and has two ice sheets, party room and full service snack bar. It serves as the home of Kent State University hockey team, five local high schools, Kent Cyclones youth hockey, the Kent Skating Club, the Kent Hockey Schools and many other organizations.

Currently seeking an Assistant Coach for the Kent State University Club Hockey team.

M2 Bemidji State University - VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT



The Bemidji State University men’s hockey team has a volunteer coaching opportunity available for 2015-16. 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.

Contact Head Coach Tom Serratore for more information.

Fax: 218-755-2728

Cell: 218-760-2879

Office: 218-755-2879

M2 University of Connecticut - HEAD COACH

University of Connecticut Men's D2 hockey team is searching for a new Head Coach. To apply please contact team scheduler Brian Sarosky at

M3 University of Georgia - HEAD COACH

The University of Georgia Ice Hockey Club in Athens, GA is a student-run organization entering its 28th season and is currently reviewing candidates to fill their Head Coach position.
JOB TITLE: Head Coach, UGA Hockey
TYPE: Full-Time
CLOSE DATE: April 17, 2015
Job Description: Under direction from the UGA Hockey intercollegiate club at the University of Georgia, the head coach will manage all aspects of on-ice team activities. Promote and grow the UGA Hockey brand and team as well as the sport of ice hockey throughout the State of Georgia, and the southeast United States.
About UGA Hockey
  • UGA Hockey is located in Athens, GA and currently conducts on-ice activities at the Classic Center Arena and Convention Center
  • UGA Hockey is a Division 3 member of the American Collegiate Hockey Association, South Division, and plays within the Southeastern Collegiate Hockey Conference (SECHC).
  • UGA Hockey has been established as one of the premier intercollegiate club ice hockey teams throughout the south during its existence.
  • UGA Hockey is a founding member of the Southeastern Collegiate Hockey Conference (SECHC).
  • UGA Hockey is an annual participant in the Savannah Hockey Classic, est. 1999, winning the two-game weekend, a tournament record six times.
  • The Club is a student-run organization with players holding the officer positions of the club.
  • Player experience levels range from travel club teams, high school, and junior hockey programs.
  • Practices are expected to start mid-August and will be held a minimum of a weekly basis.
  • Most home games will be Sunday-Thursday evenings at the Classic Center in Athens. There will be overnight trips on weekends during the season. The team is scheduling approximately 25 games this upcoming season, not including post-season play.
  • The team is funded through a combination of player dues, fundraising, and university club sports support funds.
Head Coach Responsibilities
The primary job of the Head Coach is to manage all aspects of the ON-ICE activities. This includes, but is not limited to:
  • Proactively plan and conduct practices
  • Game day management (Lineups, setting lines, determining playing time, etc.)
  • Organizing and enforcing both off and in-season conditioning / workout plans
  • Assisting club officers in accountability to and enforcement of club rules for individual players.
  • Reports to the Club Officer Executive Board (President, Vice President of External Affairs, Vice President of Internal Affairs, Secretary, Treasurer, Safety Officer, Community Outreach Officer) and General Manager.
  • Develop individual and team athletic skills and foster personal growth and development of all team members.
  • Help communicate with officials, coaches, and represent the club to other clubs, including assisting the general manager, president and scheduling secretary in determining the schedule, as requested.
  • Assisting the Club Officers with recruiting and securing a staff of assistant coaches and trainers as needed.
  • The Coach will also:
  • Be required to work within the policies & procedures of the UGA Recreational and Club Sports Program.
  • Be required to serve as a board member of the UGA Hockey Foundation
  • Successful completion of a background check as required by the university and approval by the Director of Sport Clubs
Minimum Qualifications
  • Two (2) years coaching experience at competitive high school, travel (Midget Minor AA minimum), Junior, Intercollegiate level and above.
  • REQUIRED: USA Hockey Coaching Certification Level 3 or higher
Desired Qualifications
  • Experience in ice hockey coaching at the Jr. B, college/university level or higher.
  • Experience playing at the Jr. B, college/university level or higher.
  • Experience recruiting competitive, elite-level athletes
  • Experience creating/planning
  • Preferred Education: 4-year Bachelor’s Degree
How to Apply:
Hockey bios & resumes are to be emailed to:
Selected applicants will be contacted for interviews. Please include a brief cover letter and contact information for 3 references in your application materials. Review of Resumes will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. The position entails compensation.

M3 Louisiana State University - HEAD COACH

Louisiana State University Head Coach 


About LSU Hockey: 

- We are located in Baton Rouge, LA 

- We have on ice practices twice a week at Leo’s Iceland in Baton Rouge 

- We have off ice practices twice a week at our University Recreation Complex 

- We play about 15-20 games a season

- Coaches travel for free 

- We play home games at either Planet Ice or the Cajun Dome in Lafayette. LA



We are looking for a coach willing to help out without regular pay;  but is open to the idea of an end of season bonus. Unfortunately we do not have the budget to pay a coach full time.  Basic requirements are running on ice practices twice a week and setting lines for games. Previous playing experience and/or coaching experience is required.


If you are interested in the position please contact team president at

M3 University of Tulane - HEAD COACH

Tulane University Head Coach

About Tulane Hockey:
- We are located in New Orleans, LA
- We are a member of ACHA division III
- We practice in Baton Rouge, LA and play games in Gulfport, MS (both about an hour away from campus)
- We plan to play 12-15 games next season
- We practice once a week in Baton Rouge
- A majority of our team comes from the Northeast
We are looking for a coach willing to help out without pay; unfortunately we do not have the budget to pay a coach.  Basic requirements are running practices once a week and setting line for games.  No specific requirements for previous experience, but previous playing experience and/or coaching experience is required.
Our team is a very close group of players who really enjoy being able to continue our hockey careers, and we are looking for a coach who shares our love of hockey.
Thank you to anyone who is interested.  

Please email us at if you are interested, or see for more information on our team.  Please include any experience in the email along with why you should be the coach of our team.  

M3 Western Illinois University - HEAD COACH

About Western Hockey:

-       We are located in Macomb, Illinois

-       We practice in Peoria, Illinois two times a week

-       We play 20-30 games a season

We are currently looking for a coach to lead the Western Illinois Hockey team in the 2015-2016 season. This is a paid position. Basic requirements are running practices two times a week and making basic coaching decisions. You will not be required to attend the off ice sessions in Macomb, but you will need to meet in Peoria in practice. You would be required to attend all games home and away and be at every practice. No specific requirements of previous experience, but previous playing experience and/or coaching experiences is required. We are looking for someone to work with a highly talented group of guys who are dedicated to the sport.

Thank you for your time

Please email us at if your are interested in the position or have any questions! If you are interested in applying please include your basic information, a resume, and any experience you have with hockey

W1 University of Michigan - HEAD COACH

Start Date

  • The Head Coach is expected to work with the board over the summer to coordinate and organize the upcoming season. 
  • Season begins September through March.


Required Qualifications

  • Proven coaching success in a competitive ice hockey program.
  • Ability to commit to all competitions during the months of September through March.
  • Ability to run practices (approximately 4 hours per week). Practices are held Mon-Thurs - split between one early morning and 1-2 evening skates per week.
  • Experience with coaching women’s ice hockey.
  • USAH Coaching certification (Level 4) and the ability to comply with other USAH/ACHA and UM requirements (safesport training) before the beginning of the season.


  • Run tryouts in September with team captains and coordinate with Team Leadership to select the team for the upcoming season.
  • Lead practices and supervise all aspects of training and competition.
  • Travel with team to away competitions and tournaments.
  • Work closely with the Team Leadership to have a successful season by collectively assessing team strengths and weaknesses.
  • Collaborate and plan over the summer for the upcoming season.
  • Accept the responsibility of being a positive representative of the University of Michigan.


  • $3,000 for the 2015/16 season.
  • Transportation and lodging for away events provided.

How to Apply

  • Please submit a cover letter and resume (including professional references) to
  • The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position, provide an overview of your coaching philosophy, and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position.
  • Applications will be reviewed as they are received. Deadline for applications is April 18.

Additional Information

  • This position does not qualify you as a University of Michigan employee.  If hired, you will be an independent contractor who will not receive benefits or eligibility for worker’s compensation.
  • This position does not have any administrative or budgetary responsibilities - due to the nature of Club Sports, those aspects are coordinated by student leaders and executive board members.  Coach serves in an advisory role only.

Background Screening

The University of Michigan conducts background checks on all volunteers (independent contractors) upon acceptance of a contingent offer and may use a third party administrator to conduct background checks. Background checks will be performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

U-M EEO/AA Statement: The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.