ASHL League Convener (Weekend Part Time) at Canlan Ice Sports Canada English

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Updated: October 16, 2017

Canlan Ice Sports Oakville is currently looking for a League Convener for the ASHL

 

As a League Convener you will consistently provide exceptional customer experiences to League members and to assist with League operations, as directed by the League Manager. The League Convener is a direct link to the teams from the facility management.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

  • Ensures a written account of important information is communicated to the League Manager—via the nightly Convenor Report.

  • Ensures League registration fees (for teams and individuals) are collected in accordance with established payment policies and best-practices.

  • Possesses an excellent working knowledge of current Hockey Canada (and/or USA Hockey) and applicable League rules.

  • Strong working knowledge of online statistics hardware and software (including customer features, administrative tools and processes).

  • Utilizing current booking protocols, the League Convenor is responsible for preparing the bi-weekly or monthly schedules for on-ice Officials (draft schedules to be reviewed and approved by the League Manager and Facility Referee-in-Chief).

  • Possesses a strong working knowledge of suspension guidelines and processes. Assists the League Manager with the assessment, communication and enforcement of suspensions.

  • Has proficient computer skills in: CLASS.

  • Possesses a strong knowledge of Canlan brand features and competitive advantages (including online tools and services).

 

QUALIFICATIONS / SPECIAL SKILLS:

  • Willingness and ability to work flexible hours (evenings & weekends).

  • Knowledge of hockey rules.

  • Team oriented with GREAT communication skills.

  • Good understanding of tournament draws.

 

EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION:

  • Minimum one year of experience in a hockey related field in an operations capacity.

  • Experience in customer service and marketing preferred.

  • Graduation from a university/college in the Sports/Leisure Administration field preferred.

  • Demonstrated knowledge of Microsoft Office software (particularly Excel and Word).

 

 

If you are interested in this position and becoming part of the Canlan Team please apply online

 

ONTARIO CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:  In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 and the Ontario Human Rights Code, Canlan Ice Sports will provide accommodations throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities. If selected to participate in the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process, please inform Canlan of the nature of any accommodation(s) that you may require in respect of any materials or processes used to ensure your equal participation.  Thank you.

 

 
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Canlan Ice Sports is committed to providing a safe and enjoyable environment. This includes an environment safe and free from violent actions, abuse, neglect or possible exposure to improper behaviours.

Organizations who work with children and youth, “vulnerable persons”, require their people (employees, contractors or volunteers) to have a vulnerable persons (criminal) background check. If you have worked with a youth sports organization in the past, you are familiar with this requirement.

In providing reasonable care for our customers, specifically those who may be deemed vulnerable persons, Canlan Ice Sports requires a Vulnerable Sector Police Background Check be performed and clearance letter acquired. Canlan will not engage the services of individuals with improper backgrounds.

Persons need to apply in person at the Police Department where you live. For minors (persons under 18 years of age) must have the permission of the parent or legal guardian. In this case the parent would accompany the youth to the detachment for the purposes of the application. A copy of the “clearance letter” provided by the police, should be provided to the hiring manager when you provide your references. If you have a clearance letter that was issued to you within the last six months, you can supply a copy of that letter. If older than six months, a new one will be needed.