The Calgary Fire Elite hockey program is searching for Head and Assistant Coaches for the upcoming 2019/20 season.
The Head Coach will lead all aspects of coaching during the competitive season as well as limited time each spring. This will include both on and off ice activities. This position offers a competitive financial compensation package.
Coaching responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Appointing Coaching Staff (Assistant Coaches)
- Team selection (full-time roster and affiliate players)
- Develop Yearly Plan and consistently reaffirm progress
- Proactively plan and conduct purposeful practices
- Develop individual and team skills and foster personal growth and development of all athletes
- Manage two practices per week at set times.
- Attend all scheduled games; 26 league games per season
- Attend out of town tournaments and provincial playoffs
- Be required to work within the policies & procedures of the Calgary Fire program
- Candidate will report into the Director of Elite
- Candidate must complete a police criminal check.
- Three years coaching experience at the Elite level and/or above.
- Candidate must be Development 2 certified by the beginning of 2019/20 season.
- High Performance Level Coaching Certificate (Midget AAA only).
- Experience playing at the Jr. level, college/university level or higher.
- Experience in creating, planning, and strategizing.
How to Apply:
Please email your Coaching Application and the following materials as soon as possible to Spryng Kubicek, Director of Elite:
- Calgary Fire Coaching Application
- Hockey Bio and Resume
- Brief Cover Letter
- Contact Information for Three References
Review of resumes will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled. Selected applicants will be contacted for interviews.
About the Calgary Fire
The Calgary Fire Elite hockey program develops eligible players in the sport of elite amateur hockey, and provides them with the opportunity to reach their full potential. It is the goal of the Calgary Fire Elite Hockey Program to promote sportsmanship, personal development and the pursuit of excellence.
For more information visit the Calgary Fire Website.