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Coach Mentors Required
Submitted By Webmaster on Thu 01 08, 15
The Newmarket Minor Hockey Association is accepting resumes for Coach Mentor positions for the upcoming 2015 – 2016 season. These positions will be compensated and will require approximately 25 hours per week of time commitment.





Suitable candidates must have the following:

- A current NCCP Development 1 certification or higher
- Knowledge of Newmarket Minor Hockey Structure and volunteer base
- Knowledge of all rules, policies and regulations of HC/OHF/OMHA/NMHA
- Excellent communication and leadership skills
- Current Police Vulnerable Sector Check and Police Record Check 

The responsibilities of the position will be:

- To help educate and instruct the coaching staffs of both house league and the competitive streams within the Association
- Develop a coaches manual to help facilitate the development of the associations coaches
- Help create and implement an Association “Playbook”
- Act as an advisor to the Executive of NMHA on all matters regarding coaching and teams
- Create and head up the Associations Hockey Development Committee and oversee that committee’s role
- Be responsible for creating a budget and overseeing its use for the Hockey Development Committee
- Report to the Officers of the Association and through them to the Executive of the Association

Resumes can be submitted to the NMHA office located in the Magna Centre (lower level) or email to [email protected] or mail to: Coach Mentor c/o NMHA Newmarket South P.O. Box 71081 Newmarket, ON L3X 1Y8

Deadline date: January 30th 2015

For further information please contact the Association offices at 905-898-0714
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