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Hockey Operations: Team Attendants
2018 World Junior Championship - Team Host - Buffalo Sabres (Buffalo, NY)

Team Hosts selected for the 2018 World Junior Championship, to be held from Dec. 26, 2017 to Jan. 5, 2018 in Buffalo, NY, will be respected members of the local community.  These individuals will be dedicated to their respective country’s team, ensuring their game and practice-related requirements are addressed in an efficient manner for the duration of the team’s stay in Buffalo. 

Availability:

·         Work times will vary between 7 a.m. and midnight*,  based on practice and game times of the host’s assigned team. Team Hosts must be available to begin assisting their assigned team on Dec. 25, 2017 through Jan. 6, 2018. 

  • Two to Four Team Hosts will be assigned to each team for the duration of the tournament including one Bilingual Host (as needed), allowing the Hosts to work in shifts.
  • Team Hosts will have access to a provided vehicle to use while transporting members of their assigned team’s management group or while fulfilling team-related needs during their work shifts.

Responsibilities:

·         Team Hosts will be the main contact for each team and will deal with any issues or requests a team might have.  If the request is more than the team host can provide, the Director of World Junior Championship or member of the Host Organizing Committee is available to assist.

  • Team Hosts will meet their team upon arrival in Buffalo and will be responsible for ensuring all team members and support staff members receive their accreditation.
  • Team Hosts will help the Team Managers manage the team’s daily agenda throughout the tournament and will coordinate logistics, such as confirming the daily bus schedule.
  • Be available on team’s off times in case team would like to tour area.  Team Hosts must be familiar with the Western NY region and may be asked to help facilitate team functions (dinners, entertainment, etc.).
  • Be available to transport team personnel in courtesy cars between hotel and arenas or to use the courtesy car to assist with other team needs.
  • Work closely with team equipment managers and trainers to help ensure equipment needs, including transfers between facilities, are met in a timely fashion.
  • Ensure food snacks and beverages are available for respective team before and after games and practices in conjunction with the Team Services staff.
  • Provide logistical support on day of departure from Buffalo.

*Hours subject to change


Note: This position was originally posted on the Pegula Sports employment site. To ensure that your application is considered for this position, please click here to apply for this job on the Pegula Sports employment site.

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Hockey Operations: Team Attendants
2018 World Junior Championship - Transportation - Buffalo Sabres (Buffalo, NY)

Transportation will be a critical element for the execution of the 2018 World Junior Championship, to be held from Dec. 26, 2017 to Jan. 5, 2018 in Buffalo, NY. The Transportation positions will be divided into two categories: Driver and Dispatch.

Drivers: 

  • Drivers will be responsible for transporting various World Junior Championship personnel, including IIHF Executives, Team Management, On-Ice Officials and Supervisors, to and from hotels and arenas.

  • Drivers will be responsible for operating the Media Shuttle between Arena and Hotels at various assigned times.

  • Shift times will vary between 7 a.m. and 12 midnight based on game and practice times.  Must have extensive knowledge of Western New York roads, be at least 25 years old, and possess a valid and point-free Driver’s License.

Dispatch:

·         Dispatch personnel will be stationed in the Transportation Center located inside KeyBank Center during their shifts and will be responsible for coordinating passenger movement.

  • Dispatch personnel will accept transportation requests from World Junior Championship personnel via phone and/or email, and will be responsible for communicating these needs to drivers and ensuring each transport is executed, as well as maintaining the master transportation schedule.

  • Manage the whereabouts of all World Junior Championship courtesy cars and shuttles at all times during tournament hours. Ensure that all vehicle information logs are updated after each transport to track and document mileage, fuel levels and vehicle conditions. Communicate with Shuttle Drivers at each drop-off and pick-up location.

·         Shift times will vary between 7 a.m. and 12 midnight based on game and practice times, including weekends and holidays.


Note: This position was originally posted on the Pegula Sports employment site. To ensure that your application is considered for this position, please click here to apply for this job on the Pegula Sports employment site.

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Hockey Operations: Team Attendants
2018 World Junior Championship - Bilingual Host - Buffalol Sabres (Buffalo, NY)

Team Host & Bilingual Host Summary

Team Hosts selected for the 2018 World Junior Championship, to be held from Dec. 26, 2017 to Jan. 5, 2018 in Buffalo, NY, will be respected members of the local community.  These individuals will be dedicated to their respective country’s team, ensuring their game and practice-related requirements are addressed in an efficient manner for the duration of the team’s stay in Buffalo. 

Availability:

·         Work times will vary between 7 a.m. and midnight*,  based on practice and game times of the host’s assigned team. Team Hosts must be available to begin assisting their assigned team on Dec. 25, 2017 through Jan. 6, 2018. 

  • Two to Four Team Hosts will be assigned to each team for the duration of the tournament including one Bilingual Host (as needed), allowing the Hosts to work in shifts.
  • Team Hosts will have access to a provided vehicle to use while transporting members of their assigned team’s management group or while fulfilling team-related needs during their work shifts.

Responsibilities:

·         Team Hosts will be the main contact for each team and will deal with any issues or requests a team might have.  If the request is more than the team host can provide, the Director of World Junior Championship or member of the Host Organizing Committee is available to assist.

  • Team Hosts will meet their team upon arrival in Buffalo and will be responsible for ensuring all team members and support staff members receive their accreditation.
  • Team Hosts will help the Team Managers manage the team’s daily agenda throughout the tournament and will coordinate logistics, such as confirming the daily bus schedule.
  • Be available on team’s off times in case team would like to tour area.  Team Hosts must be familiar with the Western NY region and may be asked to help facilitate team functions (dinners, entertainment, etc.).
  • Be available to transport team personnel in courtesy cars between hotel and arenas or to use the courtesy car to assist with other team needs.
  • Work closely with team equipment managers and trainers to help ensure equipment needs, including transfers between facilities, are met in a timely fashion.
  • Ensure food snacks and beverages are available for respective team before and after games and practices in conjunction with the Team Services staff.
  • Provide logistical support on day of departure from Buffalo.
  • Bilingual team hosts, besides translation, will help the teams with local knowledge and fulfilling their hockey needs during practices and games. 

*Times subject to change


Note: This position was originally posted on the Pegula Sports employment site. To ensure that your application is considered for this position, please click here to apply for this job on the Pegula Sports employment site.

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Hockey Operations: Media/Video Production
Production Manager, NHL.com International - National Hockey League (New York, NY)

SUMMARY

The Production Manager for NHL.com International will be responsible for programming editorial and video content in an effort to help grow NHL.com's seven foreign language websites.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

This position will be:

  • Determining when and where to run editorial and video content across NHL.com's seven foreign language websites.
  • Working alongside NHL.com International Director and NHL.com International Content Manager to deliver comprehensive editorial and video plans on NHL.com's seven foreign language websites.
  • Oversight of NHL.com's seven foreign language websites, as well as oversight of NHL.com International production staff to ensure content is produced correctly and timely.
  • Travel to NHL tent-pole events when required to perform regular duties as well as conducting professional interviews with players, coaches and management.
  • Programming editorial and video content across NHL social media platforms.
  • Writing necessary companion headlines and video descriptions for corresponding content.
  • Communicating with NHL.com English editorial staff to determine what content may need to be translated on NHL.com's seven foreign language websites.
  • Communicating with NHL.com International freelance correspondents to deliver comprehensive content plans for NHL.com's seven foreign language websites.

QUALIFICATIONS

The qualified applicant will have 3 to 5 years plus of professional experience in web production and/or sports journalism and a Bachelor's Degree.  Must have a strong understanding of hockey, the players, teams and content important to NHL fans.  The ability to produce content that meets business goals and objectives for NHL.com's foreign language websites needed in this role.  The successful candidate must have the willingness to work night and day shifts with a varying schedule, including working during all major NHL events.  Should be able to multi-task while working in a fast-paced environment, work in groups and manage a large number of projects at a given time, including managing content in multiple languages.  Must also be able to exhibit great communication and organization with the ability to constantly prioritize tasks.  Knowledge of Photoshop, HTML, CSS a plus.  Fluent in one of the seven NHL.com international languages a plus (Russian, Finnish, Swedish, German, Czech, Slovak or French).

We thank all applicants for their interest in this opportunity, however only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.  NO EMAILS OR PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. This position is located in NYC. If necessary, are you able to relocate at your own expense? (The NHL does not pay relocation fees).
2. Do you have the legal right to work in the United States?
3. What are your salary expectations for this position?
4. Are you willing and able to work a flexible schedule that includes potential days, nights, weekends and holidays?
5. Are you willing and able to travel to NHL events as required?
6. Do you have experience conducting professional interviews with athletes? If so, where did you gain this experience?
7. On a scale of 1 - 10 (1 being the lowest), how comfortable are you conducting interviews with athletes, either in-person or over the phone?
8. Do you have experience managing other people? If so, where did you gain this experience and how many people reported to you?
9. Do you have at least 3 to 5 years of sports journalism and / or Web production experience? If so, where did you gain this experience?
10. On a scale of 1 - 10 (1 being the lowest) please rate your knowledge of the NHL.


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Hockey Operations: Media/Video Production
NHL.com International Producer - National Hockey League (New York, NY)

SUMMARY

The NHL.com International Producer will be responsible for producing and programming editorial and video content across NHL.com's seven foreign language websites. This includes updating social media platforms.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES
This position will be:

  • Producing and programming editorial and video content across NHL.com's seven foreign language websites, including minimal graphic design.
  • Programming content across NHL social media platforms.
  • Assisting with necessary companion headlines and video descriptions for corresponding content.
  • Communicating regularly with NHL.com International management and freelance correspondents to produce timely and accurate content on NHL.com's seven foreign language websites.

QUALIFICATIONS

This ideal candidate will have 1 to 2 plus years of professional experience in web production and/or sports journalism and a Bachelors Degree.  The persona for this role must have a strong understanding of hockey, the players, teams and content important to NHL fans.  The ability to produce content that meets business goals and objectives for NHL.com's foreign language websites necessary. 

The qualified candidate will have a willingness to work night and day shifts with a varying schedule, including working during all major NHL events.  Must be able to multi-task while working in a fast-paced environment and be able to work in groups and manage a large number of projects at a given time, including managing content in multiple languages.  The successful candidate in this role will exhibits great communication and organization with the ability to constantly prioritize tasks.  Knowledge of Photoshop, HTML, CSS a plus.  Fluent in one of the seven NHL.com international languages a plus (Russian, Finnish, Swedish, German, Czech, Slovak or French).

We thank all applicants for their interest in this opportunity, however only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.  NO EMAILS OR PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. This position is located in NYC. If necessary, are you able to relocate at your own expense? (The NHL does not pay relocation fees).
2. Do you have the legal right to work in the United States?
3. What are your salary expectations for this role?
4. Are you willing and able to work a flexible schedule that includes potential days, nights, weekends and holidays?
5. Do you have at least 1 to 2 years of sports journalism and / or Web production experience? If so, where did you gain this experience?
6. On a scale of 1 - 10 (1 being the lowest) please rate your knowledge of the NHL.


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