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The GTHL Is Looking For a New Teammate

Erin Riley

The GTHL is hiring a Coordinator, Hockey Development and Community Outreach. As a key member of the staff reporting to the Manager, Development and Membership, the Coordinator-Development and Community Outreach is responsible for the Coach Development, Community Outreach and Engagement and assisting with Special Events.

Overview:

Founded in 1911, the GTHL is a non-profit organization which represents more than 40,000 participants annually – the largest minor hockey league in the world. The League is a proud member of Hockey Canada, the Ontario Hockey Federation and Hockey Development Centre of Ontario. Its jurisdiction spans Toronto, Mississauga, Vaughan and Markham.

As a key member of the staff reporting to the Manager, Development and Membership, the Coordinator-Development and Community Outreach is responsible for the Coach Development, Community Outreach and Engagement and assisting with Special Events.

Key Responsibilities:

Development – Coaching

  • Providing key resource support to Manager – Development and Membership and coordinating communications to Board, Development Personnel and to the General Membership.
  • Supporting all programs in facilitating activities, including logistics, arrangements, communications, etc.
  • Managing and supporting the administration of Development Clinics processes including presentation materials and audio/visual.
  • Liaison, advocacy and communications with Hockey Canada OHF/OHF Member Partners, including fostering good working relationships. This will include representation of GTHL, where necessary at Hockey Canada/OHF member Committee Meetings/events, etc.
  • Assist in the oversight in the administration of key elements Development Programs, including:

o NCCP

o Player Development

o HTCP

o Respect in Sport

  • Providing development opportunities to coaches in the GTA.
  • Maintaining records of participants.

Community Outreach and Engagement

  • Cultivate relationships with community groups and organizations, schools, community members and industry leaders.
  • Develop new participant recruitment initiatives.
  • Plan, execute and expand participant recruitment initiatives including Canadian Tire First Shift, Scotiabank GTHL Rookie Camp and the Hockey Canada/OHF Try Hockey Program.

Special Events

  • Providing planning and on-site support for special events.
  • Office Operations/Special Projects and Initiatives support

Office Administration

  • Assisting with Player Registration processes when required.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

EDUCATION/TRAINING
  • Recommended post-secondary diploma or degree in Sport Administration or related discipline.
  • 1-3 years administrative in an association environment.
  • Experience or involvement in Sports Management and/or experience working with a Not-For-Profit Organization.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITY
  • Strong organizational skills an absolute necessity
  • Supervisory skills
  • Decisive and proactive
  • Demonstrated ability to work with volunteers
  • Knowledge of GTHL rules, regulations, policies, programs
  • Knowledge of GTHL Development programs
  • Strategic planning
  • Dispute resolution
  • Computer aptitude, ability
  • Understanding Information Management Systems
  • Strong written/communications skills

Qualified applicants are invited to submit a cover letter and resume by August 13th, 2018 to:

Peter Kourtis – General Manager
PKourtis@GTHLCanada.com
57 Carl Hall Road
Toronto, ON, M3K 2B6
Fax: 416-636-2035

 A vulnerable sector police check is required as part of employment. We thank you for your application, however, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

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