We’re looking for great people to help grow hockey in New Zealand. Here’s where you’ll find current job vacancies around the country in the hockey community.
P1 Men’s and Women’s Coaches
EAST COAST BAYS HOCKEY CLUB
The East Coast Bays Hockey Club has a proud legacy of encouraging our community to play amateur competitive hockey at every level. For just under fifty years we have been:
- Assisting the development of every player to grow, learn and perform at their best;
- Providing a positive, friendly and social atmosphere for all members; and
- Ensuring the principles of dedication and respect are central to our ethos.
Both our P1 head coaches have accepted hockey opportunities offshore for the upcoming season and whilst a massive loss to the club they go with our best wishes. The club is now actively looking for suitably qualified individuals to take a leadership role in the club and development of premier team/s and elite players.
The Coaches principal duties include:
- Leading in the selection and development of squad members;
- The development and execution of the planning and delivery of technical and tactical components; and
- The monitoring and evaluation of individual player and team performance.
Our premier teams are competitive and currently have a number of provincial and national representatives. Your skills as a coach will therefore need to meet the expectations of the club, and importantly individuals, who are driven, competitive and have a desire to be the best.
The successful candidate should above all have a development mindset which is considered crucial as the entire club progresses into more supported coaching programmes to take our players forward through continuous improvement in their hockey careers.
This is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate. Please email email@example.com to register your interest or contact: Tracy Collins 021770581 for further information.
MID-CANTERBURY HOCKEY ASSOCIATION
Mid Canterbury Hockey is seeking an enthusiastic and passionate person to fill the role of Coaching Development Officer. In this role you will be responsible for the development and implementation of coaching programmes designed to increase coaching, player and umpire capability within Mid Canterbury hockey.
The Coaching Development Officer has a key strategic role within the association, and you will be a focal point in the hockey community. Your responsibilities will include;
- Delivery of Small Sticks Hockey in Schools programme
- Delivery of Fun Sticks programme
- School holiday & other coaching programmes
- Develop & implement new coaching and playing opportunities for coaches, players and umpires
Hours will vary during the year but will average approximately 25 hrs per week. There is the requirement to work some evenings and weekends through the winter season. You will also have opportunities to take the initiative and develop your own ideas to meet the objectives of Mid Canterbury Hockey.
This is the perfect role for someone who is passionate about hockey and keen to get out and be involved in the Mid Canterbury community, working to improve participation and the skills of our players, coaches and umpires.
You will need to have;
- previous experience in a coaching and development role
- proven experience in planning and facilitating programmes
- excellent organisational, time management, decision making & people skills
If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you. If you would like to discuss the role please contact Andrew Mitchell by email – firstname.lastname@example.org
All applications should include a cover letter and CV to be submitted to email@example.com
As we are looking to fill this position as soon as possible, we may interview & fill the position at any time. Therefore if the position is of interest to you, please do not delay in applying.