Job Title: Intern for Programming Salary/Grade:
$25,000 - $28,000
This is a pooled position and we'll hire multiple candidates. The following are duties our Intern/s could/will provide for Goggin Ice Center dependent on experience. Assist in the administration, management, and marketing of all operational and programming aspects of the Goggin Ice Center youth skating and hockey programs. Coach one of four ACHA ice hockey teams or support Miami's Ice Skating Club. Direct/run or support Miami Youth Hockey skill development days. Coach and help manage/supervise Goggin Ice Center Learn to Skate program. Intern for Programming will act as Manager on Duty, provide supervision of special events, teach Sports Leadership and Management (SLAM) classes, and support ice skating programming as assigned. The exact work schedule will vary, but will include nights and weekends.
Employment benefit package includes Stipend, Academic Fee Waiver, Medical/Dental, Retirement Plan, Paid Sick Leave and Vacation time.
• Supervise Arena activities. Open and close the Arena on assigned days.
• Assist with youth hockey programming on-ice instruction, coaching, and clinics per USA Hockey guidelines.
• Develop lesson plans for youth hockey skills development and oversee ice sessions
• Teach and assist in Learn to Skate USA group lessons.
• Assist with the management and supervision of all Intramural activities.
• Assist with the teaching of one to four SLM academic classes per semester.
• Assist with the summer ice hockey and/or ice skating camps as a senior staff member.
• Coach within the summer Ice Hockey and or skating camp.
• Assist with special events and activities.
• Assist with building operations including. ice management machines, as assigned
• Assist with the marketing efforts for all Goggin programming.
• Assist with student employee scheduling.
• Assist in the pro shop, skate counter, and customer service area.
• Assist with the maintenance of arena equipment to ensure equipment is safe for use.
• Coach one of four ACHA teams
• Attend regional and national conferences as assigned.
• Other duties as assigned totaling approximately 40 hours per week.
• Experience in ice related sports and activities.
• Ability to receive CPR/1st Aid Certification.
• Extensive knowledge of ice related activities.
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