The North American Hockey Academy, Stowe VT (winter-hawks.org), has an opening for the 2017-2018 season for an Assistant Coach. NAHA provides an opportunity for high school aged girls to play at the highest level, seek opportunities to play at the college level and competes as a founding member of the Junior Women’s Hockey League (jwhl.org). Many assistant coaches at NAHA have gone on to successful careers at the college level with help from the experience at NAHA.Job responsibilities: Assistant Coach, on ice- practices and games, including but not limited to planning and execution of on ice practices, bench coaching during games and all duties as needed around the competitive schedule.Assist with off ice coaching including mentoring student-athletes, coordinating off ice workouts with our strength coaches, goal setting and team building,Assist with travel planning, including hotel, daily travel schedules, meals on the road and player safety while traveling.Supervising athletes while in residency at NAHA campus and on trips.Additional: If interested the candidate can also teach in our Approved High School, with teaching duties would be compensated at the Academy yearly teaching rate.Direct questions, interest and inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Candidate must have playing experience in the sport of ice hockey. Previous coaching experience is not required, but preferred.
Experience working with young athletes preferred.
Candidate must have a valid drivers liscense. Driving on trips where we use our Sprinter vans.
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The North American Hockey Academy is located in Stowe, Vermont, and specializes in programs for female hockey players. NAHA started the Junior Women's Hockey League, and it's in-season teams are at the top levels of competition in North America. Summer programs include camps and invitational programs for elite athletes.