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Hockey Operations: Player Personnel/Scout
Manager, Team Operations - Los Angeles Kings (El Segundo, CA)

Anschutz Entertainment Group, Inc. (“AEG”) is a subsidiary of The Anschutz Company and one of the leading sports and entertainment presenters in the world. AEG owns a collection of companies including multi-use facilities such as STAPLES Center and StubHub! Center in Southern California, several sports franchises including the Los Angeles Kings (NHL) and Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS) and AEG LIVE, one of the world's leading concert promotions and touring companies. AEG is also currently overseeing the development of L.A. LIVE, 4 million sq. ft. downtown L.A. sports, residential and entertainment district.

AEG and the Los Angeles Kings’ seek a driven, people-oriented and experienced individual to execute the day-to-day logistical elements of team operations.  Must be assertive and someone who seeks solutions and new ways of improving efficiencies.  Must have 3-5 years of team experience and/or travel experience with a professional sports team. 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Manage and execute all planning and coordination of team and staff day-to-day travel accommodations for pre-season, regular season and post-season
    • Team Charter
    • Team Hotels
    • Team Meals
    • Team Bus Schedules
    • Per Diem
  • Produce and provide team itineraries for all road trips
  • Produce and provide monthly team schedules in coordination with management and coaching staff
  • Manage and process all billing and accounting services related to team travel operations expenses
  • Manage the daily use of a team communications phone application
  • Assist in management of annual team operations budget in partnership with other departments
  • Ability to travel full-time and attend ALL LA Kings games

SPECIFIC JOB KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND ABILITY:

The Manager, Team Operations, must possess the following knowledge, skills and abilities and be able to explain and demonstrate that he or she can perform the essential functions of the job, with or without reasonable accommodation, using some other combination of skill and abilities:

  • Efficiency in Excel, Word, Power Point
  • Strong digital media background and ability to navigate in the digital media space
  • Positive and consistent personality
  • Ability to adapt on the fly and under significant pressure and deadlines
  • Willingness to work outside of job scope in an effort to achieve efficiency
  • Team-oriented individual

 QUALIFICATION STANDARDS:

Education:

  • Minimum level of education: BA/BS Degree (4 Year)

Experience:

  • A minimum of 3-5 years of related experience

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Hockey Operations: Coach
Hockey Lead Instructor - Hockey Programs - New York Rangers (New York, NY)

The Hockey Lead Instructor is responsible for coaching and creating a quality experience for youth hockey players ages 4-14 both on and off the ice.

  • Structure and execute on-ice lesson plan
  • Must maintain a professional appearance on a daily basis and represent the values of MSG in the most professional way possible
  • Must be punctual for all events, training sessions and other necessary work functions
  • Responsible for up to 40 kids ages 4-14 at any one time while ensuring the safety of each individual
  • Assist in the organization and preparation of activities
  • Provide direction and oversight to the assistant instructors in cooperation with the on-site event manager
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • The ideal candidate must be at least 18 years of age and possess a minimum of 8 years previous coaching experience with strong knowledge of teaching the basics of hockey.
  • Must be enthusiastic and energetic while interacting with all peers, parents and participants
  • Applicants must possess strong communication skills and demonstrate a strong passion for teaching the game through prior work experience
  • Must possess the ability to command the attention and respect from both players and assistant instructors
  • A successful individual must demonstrate the necessary skills to plan and execute a high quality practice through previous work experience with a team, clinic or camp

Education:

Candidates who have completed 60 credits of college-level coursework (representing 2 years), or have shown similar self-development through certifications, trade school coursework, etc. are preferred.

Educational requirements may differ from job to job based on the role.

https://careers-msg.icims.com/jobs/7380/hockey-staff-instructor/job


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Hockey Operations: Coach
Hockey Assistant Instructor - Hockey Programs - New York Rangers (New York, NY)

The Hockey Assistant Instructor is responsible for supporting the lead instructor and on-site event manager in preparation, execution and breakdown of all hockey related activities.

  • Assisting the lead instructor with the execution of clinics, tournaments and other hockey related activities such as off-ice warm ups or classroom instruction
  • This position is responsible for the safety of up to 40 kids at any one time and managing their experience in our programs
  • Must represent the MSG/New York Rangers brand in a professional manner at all times

Required Qualifications:

  • The ideal candidate must be at least 18 years of age and possess previous coaching experience or playing experience  
  • Candidate must be enthusiastic and energetic while interacting with participants and their parents/guardians
  • A successful candidate must demonstrate the ability to clearly communicate basic instructional teaching points of hockey
  • Applicants must possess strong communication skills and demonstrate a strong passion for hockey and teaching the game
  • Candidates must work extremely well in a team oriented environment

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Coaching/Playing experience at the High School, Junior or College level
  • USA Hockey Coaching Certification

Education:

Candidates who have completed 60 credits of college-level coursework (representing 2 years), or have shown similar self-development through certifications, trade school coursework, etc. are preferred.

Educational requirements may differ from job to job based on the role.

https://careers-msg.icims.com/jobs/7379/hockey-assistant-instructor/job


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Hockey Operations: Athletic Trainer/Physical Therapy/Doctor
Strength and Conditioning Coach - Vegas Golden Knights (Las Vegas, NV)

JOB DESCRIPTION – Strength & Conditioning Coach

Mandate:

The Strength & Conditioning Coach is responsible for providing expert human performance management services to Vegas Golden Knights players.  The services provided will be at the forefront of industry standards in both the development and delivery of comprehensive sports performance and strength and conditioning interventions. This role will uphold the unifying principles of the Sports Performance Department and provide programs that are player centric in construct and multidisciplinary in execution.  The Strength & Conditioning Coach will report directly to the Director of Sports Performance and Head Athletic Trainer.  This position is expected to nurture a close operational relationship with the coaching and medical staff as well as with all internal and external partners.

Professional Practice Responsibilities

·        Maximize the athletic potential of players through the development, instruction, progression, oversight and documentation of individual and group performance enhancements and recovery training activities.

·        Continuously follow professional practice, research, and evidence to recommend interventions that elevate player healthcare and performance management.

·        Work proactively and collaboratively with other performance team members (team physicians, athletic trainers, nutritionists, mental skills coaches, massage therapists) to achieve optimal health, wellbeing, and performance of the players; including but not limited consultation and assistance with injury prevention, rehabilitation, return to play activities, recovery, and performance enhancement.

·        Plan, implement, assess, and report player performance testing.

·        Provide tangible and timely information to the key stakeholders related to athlete performance readiness and physical capacities.

·        Research, recommend, and employ technology solutions (e.g. velocity based training modalities, sleep hygiene monitoring, wellness questionnaires, heart rate variability) in order to enhance player wellbeing and performance.

·        Promote and be a guardian of a safety conscious and hygienic environment in the daily management of human performance.

·        Maintain daily communication, and established reporting parameters, with the performance team members and the coaching staff as directed.

·        Ensure all supplements provided fall within the rules and regulations of the NHL; and provide nutrition education within your scope of practice as outlined by Nevada State regulations.

·        Advise on annual budgetary matters related to equipment and supplies.

·        Support risk management practices by maintaining accurate and timely records related to services delivered.

·        Support emergency action plans and deliver emergency care interventions within scope of training.

·        Assist with monitoring and coordinating equipment maintenance.

·        Collect, validate, analyze and interpret sports performance data as directed.

·        Uphold compliance with all NHL guidelines associated with services supported or delivered.

·        Deliver other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

 The ideal candidate will have the following:

·        University-degree and valid certification as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (Master’s degree preferred);

·        Valid BLS certification or ability to obtain quickly (additional emergency medical training and certifications preferred);

·        Additional sports performance related training and certifications preferred;

·        3 years or more relevant post certification work experience;

·        Previous professional or high level amateur hockey experience preferred;

·        Ability to work in team environment with strong leadership experience is essential;

·        Experience with problem solving, strategic planning, analysis and synthesis capacity are a strong plus;

·        Excellent communication and organizational skills;

·        High availability to travel;

·        Fluency in English, both oral and written;

·        Knowledge of the athlete management systems;

“Applicants currently affiliated with another NHL club must abide by all rules, regulations and requirements of the NHL in the application process.”


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Hockey Operations: Athletic Trainer/Physical Therapy/Doctor
Assistant Athletic Trainer - Vegas Golden Knights (Las Vegas, NV)

JOB DESCRIPTION – Assistant Athletic Trainer

Mandate:

The Assistant Athletic Trainer is responsible for providing optimal health care services in support of Vegas Golden Knights players that are at the forefront of sports medicine industry standards.  This role will uphold the unifying principles of the Sports Performance Department and provide medical services that are player centric in construct and multidisciplinary in execution.  The Assistant Athletic Trainer will report directly to the Director of Sports Performance and Head Athletic Trainer.  This position is expected to nurture a close operational relationship with the coaching staff as well as with all internal and external partners.

Professional Practice Responsibilities

  • Deliver care, prevention, rehabilitation, and health care administration services that are quality in nature and relevant to the functional demand of the players at all training sessions, practices and NHL games.
  • Stay current with professional practice, research, and evidence to recommend employment of interventions to elevate player healthcare and performance management.
  • Under the guidance of the Head and Associate Head Athletic Trainers, help ensure the department's daily operational needs are met with the highest possible standard of professionalism, care and ethics.
  • Work proactively and collaboratively with other performance team members (team physicians, performance coaches, nutritionists, mental skills coaches, massage therapists) to achieve optimal health, wellbeing, and performance of the players.
  • Provide tangible and timely information as directed to key stakeholders related to athlete health status, performance readiness, and physical capacities.
  • Support and deliver emergency medical services that are aligned with established emergency action plans and within scope of practice.
  • Follow defensible documentation practices in regards to medical service delivery and communications.
  • Supply a safety conscious and hygienic environment in your daily practice.
  • Maintain daily communication, and established reporting parameters, with the performance team members and the coaching staff as directed.
  • Support the collection, validation, analysis and interpretation healthcare data as directed.
  • Adminster workers compensation claims as directed.
  • Follow all NHL guidelines associated with services supported or delivered.
  • Accompany players to medical appointments where necessary.
  • Support the management of medical supplies and medications.
  • Uphold arrangements and agreements made between the Golden Knights organization and other medical authorities and institutions in an ethical and professional manner.
  • Deliver other duties as assigned.

The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications:

  • University-degree and valid license in Athletic Therapy or Athletic Training (Master’s degree preferred);
  • Valid BLS certification (additional emergency medical training and certifications preferred);
  • Sports performance related training and certifications preferred (e.g. CSCS, PES, CES)
  • 3 years or more relevant post licensure work experience;
  • Previous professional or high level amateur hockey experience preferred;
  • Ability to work in team environment with strong leadership experience is essential;
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills;
  • High availability to travel;
  • Fluency in English, both oral and written;
  • Knowledge of the electronic medical records systems (additional athlete management system, advance performance technology and analysis experience preferred);

“Applicants currently affiliated with another NHL club must abide by all rules, regulations and requirements of the NHL in the application process.”


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Hockey Operations: Athletic Trainer/Physical Therapy/Doctor
Associate Head Athletic Trainer - Vegas Golden Knights (Las Vegas, NV)

JOB DESCRIPTION – Associate Head Athletic Trainer

Mandate:

The Associate Head Athletic Trainer is responsible for providing optimal health care services in support of Vegas Golden Knights players.  The services provided will be at the forefront of sports medicine industry standards in the development and delivery of care, prevention, rehabilitation and health care administration services. This role will uphold the unifying principles of the Sports Preformance Department and provide medical services that are player centric in construct and multidisciplinary in execution.  This Associate Head Athletic Trainer will report directly to the Director of Sports Performance and Head Athletic Trainer.  This position is expected to nurture a close operational relationship with the coaching staff as well as with all internal and external partners.

Professional Practice Responsibilities

  • Manage care, prevention, rehabilitation, and health care administration services and ensure services are being delivered at the highest possible standard of care, while relevant to the functional demand of the players, at all training sessions, practices and NHL games.
  • Ensure current professional practice, research, and evidence are integrated into the interventions related to player healthcare or performance management.
  • Foster proactive and collaborative work with other performance team members (team physicians, performance coaches, nutritionists, mental skills coaches, massage therapists) to achieve optimal health, wellbeing, and performance of the players; including but not limited injury prevention, rehabilitation, return to play activities, recovery, and performance enhancement.
  • Create processes and deliver tangible and timely information to key stakeholders related to athlete health status, performance readiness, and physical capacities.
  • Ensure that emergency response, planning and preparedness is at the highest possible state of readiness, with regards to training and  documention, and coordinate close interactions with all members of the emergency support team.
  • Deploy and audit defensible documentation practices in regards to medical service delivery and communications.
  • Promote and be a guardian of a safety conscious and hygienic environment in the daily practice of all services provided.
  • Maintain daily communication, and established reporting parameters, with the performance team members and the coaching staff as directed.
  • Advise on annual budgetary matters related to equipment and supplies.
  • Nurture risk management practices by maintaining accurate and timely records related to services delivered.
  • Assist with monitoring and coordinating equipment maintenance.
  • Oversee the collection, validation, analysis and interpretion healthcare data as directed.
  • Manage workers compensation claims associated with player injury as directed.
  • Uphold and audit compliance with all NHL guidelines associated with services supported or delivered.
  • Coordinate and assist player accompaniment to medical appointments as required.
  • Inventory, audit and manage medical supplies and medications per Club and NHL guidelines.
  • Ensure that all arrangements and agreements made between the Golden Knights organization and other medical authorities and institutions are being respected in an ethical and professional manner;
  • Oversee the department's daily operational needs and ensure that they are being met with the highest possible standard of professionalism, care and ethics;
  • Monitor and identify specific injury trends for in depth analysis and recommend interventions as indicated.
  • Deliver other duties as assigned.

The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications:

  • University-degree and valid license in Athletic Therapy or Athletic Training (Master’s degree preferred);
  • Valid BLS certification (additional emergency medical training and certifications preferred);
  • Sports performance related training and certifications preferred (e.g. CSCS, PES, CES);
  • 8 years or more relevant post licensure work experience
  • Previous professional or high level amateur hockey experience preferred;
  • Ability to work in team environment with strong leadership experience is essential;
  • Experience with problem solving, strategic planning, analysis and synthesis capacity are a strong plus;
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills;
  • High availability to travel;
  • Fluency in English, both oral and written;
  • Knowledge of the electronic medical records systems;
  • “Applicants currently affiliated with another NHL club must abide by all rules, regulations and requirements of the NHL in the application process.”

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