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Staff Positions - 2022/2023 Hockey Season
Submitted By Stephanie Earley on Sun 06 05, 22
Please find below the staff positions that are open for the 2022/2023 season. Please send your application to [email protected]

Continue reading to see the full job postings. 

Referee In Chief;
The Referee In Chief shall:

·      ensure there are enough referees in place to officiate all games;

·      liaison with the Ice-Time Director and Treasurer to estimate fees for the upcoming year;

·      ensure refereeing complaints are addressed and solved in a timely fashion;

·      recruit, train, monitor and evaluate performance of referees;

·      schedule referees maintaining accurate records for payment;

·      supervise the Chief Timekeeper in the carrying out of the positions’ duties.

·      carry out other duties as assigned by the Board, Executive Committee, or the President.

·      must possess a minimum Level 3 Certification. 


Chief Timekeeper:
The Chief Timekeeper shall:

·      Recruit and train timekeepers as required annually.

·      Set up an accurate recording system covering disbursements relating to timekeepers for delivery to the Treasurer

·      schedule all timekeeping requirements for the Club.

·      supervise and keep records on an ongoing basis of the performance of all timekeepers

·      liaise with the Ice-Time Director to ensure all timekeeping requirements are met.

·      report to the Chief referee concerning timekeeping procedures and performance.

·      present annually or as requested a report concerning performance of all timekeepers with recommendations for retention or removal of timekeepers to the Board.

·      carry out other duties as assigned by the Board, Executive Committee, or the President. 


Health & Safety Communications Officer

The Health & Safety Communications Officer shall:

·      Monitoring all relevant updates from the public health authority. 

·      Monitoring all relevant updates from the Hockey Executive. 

·      Communicating with local facilities on guidelines and updates. 

·      Ensuring teams are following the prevention guidelines set by the Hockey Executive /hockey association/league. 

·      Ensuring any COVID-19 cases are reported as required by the public health authority, Hockey Executive, hockey association, league and facility. 

·      Meet with the Hockey Executive on a regular basis to assist in facilitating updates. 


Tournament Director

The Tournament Director shall:

The Tournament Director contract position is responsible for managing and facilitating tournament event preparation, promotion, and delivery. In addition, the Tournament Director works closely with multiple player associations, governing bodies, teams, individual players, and event staff to ensure a competitive and fun tournament experience. 

·      Manage tournament and related event operations

·      Foster positive relationships with multiple hockey associations and other stakeholder groups as well as represent PSHC at various events/meetings in support of tournament objectives.

·      Recruit, hire and direct all tournament staff and volunteers.

·      Establish budget and participation objectives with hockey club to achieve the desired goals.

·      Establish sponsorships and partnerships with various stakeholders, including hotel accommodation packages for teams

·      Advertise and promote player/team participation to achieve tournament goals

·      Ensure all needed approvals and registrations are completed according to the requirements of the governing bodies.

·      Procure and schedule game ice and additional event locations

·      Create, distribute, and manage email marketing campaigns and participant communications.

·      Coordinate the schedule with Chief referee & timekeeper 

·      Collaborate with other PSHC staff to deploy marketing plans and promotional events

·      Staff event registrations and information desk to optimize participant engagement.

·      Follow up with participants to drive continuous improvement of events and player experience.

·      Provide periodic status updates on tournament operations

·      Other job-related duties as needed to accomplish tournament goals.



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