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NYU Men’s Club Ice Hockey Head Coach
Part-time, 9-month position, will provide supervision and effective coaching to the ice hockey club sport program. Responsibilities include planning and implementing game strategies for demonstration at practices and competitions; planning and organizing team practices; developing club competition schedule in consultation with department administrators; fostering skill development and teamwork among students; promoting and upholding University and Department policies and procedures; Ensure compliance with ACHA, ESCHL, Club Sports Handbook and University regulations; Conduct post-event evaluations and recommend future improvements. The coach will assist with team organization, required paperwork and scheduling for ACHA Division 1 membership. All department employees are to maintain current AED/CPR & First Aid certification, and attend all required departmental and/or ACHA training/education programs.
Qualifications: Bachelor degree and 3 to 5 years of coaching experience at the ACHA, collegiate or junior level required. All applicants must demonstrate strong leadership and communications skills and commitment to student athlete welfare.
Requirements include a letter of interest, resume and a minimum of three professional references to be sent to Matt Huck, Associate Athletic Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New York University is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive academic global community; as an EEO/AA employer, NYU considers applicants for employment without regard to, and does not discriminate on the basis of, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, race, protected veteran status, disability, or any other legally protected status.
(POSTED JUNE 4, 2021)
Head Coach-Men's DI Hockey
WORK LOCATION: Grand Rapids - Lettinga Campus
POSITION PAY RANGE: $10,001.00 - 20,000.00, Salary
TARGET HIRING RANGE: Actual pay offered will be commensurate with candidate qualifications and experience, and pay equity both internal and external.
The position will head the organization and administration in all aspects of the program in accordance with the rules and regulations governing the sports program and the institution. These responsibilities are performed in an ethical manner consistent with the University's mission, vision and values which include diversity, equity, and inclusion.
As a part-time team member, you will be eligible for a robust array of benefits that include 403(b) with 10% employer contribution, tuition remission, generous paid-time-off, flexible work arrangements, professional development opportunities and more!
(POSTED APRIL 30, 2021)
St. Cloud State University Men's ACHA DII-HEAD COACH
OBJECTIVE: This is an unpaid position. Under the guidance of the Athletics Department and Head Coach of St. Cloud State University to perform duties for the St. Cloud State University Huskies Hockey Team
Consults with St. Cloud State University Senior Leadership and Athletics Department on actions pertaining to the program.
• Strong hockey background in playing, coaching, evaluating.
• Strong interest and commitment to athlete development.
• Ability to work with fellow coaching personnel.
• Ability to communicate on and off-ice requirements to players and parents.
• Available to meet time requirements.
• Minimum of Level 3 USA Hockey Certified
• ACHA, NCAA, or Professional Level Experience
• Police Records Check and Safe Sport Trained
• Serve as the official spokesperson on behalf of the team
• Coordinate the delegation of responsibilities to the assistant coaches and manager
• Plan on and off-ice activities in consultation with the assistant coaches
• Plan, implement and control pre-game preparation and communication with the team
• Design the practice plans in consultation with the assistant coaches and partner team coach
• Coach the team in all games and practices
• Establish an overall rule framework for the team and oversee the supervision of the play
• Report to the association through the ACHA and WCCHA
• Plan player evaluation and the player selection process.
• Plan the operation of the team during the games.
• Plan the supervision of players off and on the ice.
• Plan the formulation of the game plan.
• Weekly practices and games; approximately 2-3 hours in duration.
• Weekly game/practice preparation; usually 1-2 hours in duration.
• Tournaments (home and away).
• Attend team/association/school meetings as required.
If interested, please submit resumes to email@example.com