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Communications: Media/Public Relations Servicing
Communications Intern - Anaheim Ducks Hockey Club (Anaheim, CA)

Summary: The Communications Intern is a temporary, seasonal opportunity within the Public Relations Department responsible for supporting department efforts during the NHL season.  Position requires availability to work evenings, weekends and some holidays.  

Examples of Essential Duties/Responsibilities:  
Incumbent will handle hard copies of many of the club’s printed materials, set-up and hosting duties for the Anaheim Ducks, including, but not limited to:

  •   Daily clippings
  •    Press box set-up, both pre and post game
  •    Dissemination of media updates throughout game nights
  •    Interaction and fulfillment of on-site media requests
  •     Credential execution
  •    Press notes and release duplication
  •     Roster compilation
  •    Statistical research projects

Specific Qualifications/Abilities: The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. 
•    Bachelor’s degree in Communications/Journalism or related field
•    Understanding of sports marketplace and entertainment industry (knowledge of the sport of hockey)
•    Strong organizational skills; ability to multi-task and be deadline oriented
•    Proficiency with Microsoft Word & Excel
•    Extremely flexible schedule – ability to work nights, weekends and some holidays

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Sales & Marketing: Corporate Sponsorship Sales
Manager, Corporate Partnerships - Anaheim Ducks (Anaheim, CA)

The Manager, Corporate Partnerships is a full-time opportunity focusing on selling partnerships inclusive of Honda Center events, The Rinks and other media and event based inventory as directed. There will also be the ability to sell Ducks inventory as a secondary focus.

Responsibilities Include:

• Lead all aspects of the sales cycle including prospecting, needs analysis, proposal development, negotiation, customer engagement and client relations.
• Create sales plans for Honda Center, The Rinks and event related assets and communicate including inventory creation, management, sales collateral, etc., and share those to the rest of the corporate partnership department.
• Establish new corporate partnerships and renew existing accounts in order to achieve annual revenue goals.
• Responsible for achieving established sales goals as set by management (both individual and team).
• Effectively prospecting (cold calling) local, regional and national companies for new business opportunities.
• Manage activity in CRM database to include sales and prospecting activity.
• Work closely with all other departments to identify and achieve cross departmental revenue generation ideas.
• Ability to comprehend sponsorship contracts at a professional level.
• Communicating with the Partnership Activation Department to ensure fulfillment of partnership elements.
• Host and entertain prospective and current clients in suite and hospitality areas.
• Responsibility over financial collections for each account sold.
• Assist in creating new partnership opportunities and the enhancement of sponsorship inventory and sales collaterals.

Specific Qualifications/Abilities:

• Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited four year college or university or equivalent experience.
• Minimum of two (2) years prior sales experience selling to high-end clientele; preferably in a professional sports or entertainment environment.
• Ability to effectively prospect companies for qualified sales leads and to call on executive level decision-makers for new business opportunities.
• Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
• Flexible schedule with the ability to work nights, weekends and some holidays as required.


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

1. Do you have a minimum of two years of direct sales experience?

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Facility Operations/Security: Facility/Venue Management
Safety & Health Compliance Manager - Honda Center (Anaheim, CA)

The Safety & Health Compliance Manager will be responsible for implementing occupational safety and health policies and procedures to ensure compliance with Federal and State Occupational Health and Safety regulations and guidelines, industry trends and best practices throughout the whole organization. This individual will partner with various entities and locations on all aspects of Safety and Health compliance.

Honda Center offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package. EOE

Examples of Essential Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Assists with the design, implementation and updating of safety policies and procedures in compliance with Federal and State OSHA laws and regulations
  • Inspects and evaluates all workplace environments, equipment, and practices, in order to ensure compliance with safety standards and regulations
  • Recommends process and product safety initiatives that will reduce employees' exposure to work hazards (forklift, scissor lifts, slip and fall, etc.) and fleet safety
  • Collaborates with Site Directors to manage the Emergency Evacuation Plan for Honda Center and other locations within the company
  • Works with Director, Risk Management to manage workers’ compensation claims:
    • Reports employee work related injuries to workers’ compensation carrier and acts as the primary contact for the claims adjuster
    • Coordinates with other departments in collecting information pertaining to employee’s work related injury
    • Provides a monthly workers’ compensation claims summary report to Director, Risk Management
    • Participates in claims review meetings
    • Conducts employee injury investigation to identify root cause and corrective action needed to prevent injury and provide injury investigation report to Director, Risk Management
  • Maintains company Electronic Safety Management System OSHA 300 and 300A logs for each location
  • Provides monthly and quarterly TRIR and DART reports to Director, Risk Management for all locations and for entire organization, to trend injuries and demonstrate safety measures to reduce injuries in the workplace
  • Conducts incident investigation of any guest reported incident or claim and provides investigation report to Director, Risk Management
  • Performs ergonomic evaluations of employee workstations as needed, including sit/stand workstation assessments
  • Develops and maintains a training calendar for all locations
  • Develops, coordinates and conducts training programs, regarding safety, emergency evacuation, fire and life safety, to increase proficiency in safe practices and promote safety consciousness as well as loss prevention
  • Organizes and directs the Safety Committee
  • Works with Human Resources to develop and provide new employee orientation safety material 
  • Builds and maintains positive working relationships with local OSHA, Fire, Police, City and Health Department representatives
  • Partners with others in Risk Management on various other projects as needed
  • Keeps up-to-date on safety and health compliance best practices and trends by attending, when necessary, any business industry conferences, webinars, workshops related to safety and health compliance
  • Responsible for special projects and miscellaneous duties as assigned

 Specific Qualifications/Abilities:

  • BA/BS in Safety, Health or similar field, or equivalent work experience
  • Minimum five years’ experience in the safety and health compliance industry
  • CSP Certification highly desirable
  • Proven skills and competencies in the following areas:
    • Collaborative Leadership
    • Discernment/Judgment
    • Professionalism
    • Problem Solving
  • Advanced experience in development of safety programs and training module design
  • Strong training and presentation skills in front of multiple groups or audiences, i.e. Executive Management and large groups
  • Energetic and great work ethic, with the ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Detail Oriented and able to meet deadlines
  • Ability to work effectively with individuals from diverse backgrounds
  • Available to work nights and weekends as needed
  • Ability to travel to various facilities located in Southern California
  • Current California Driver’s License
  • Strong skills in the Microsoft Office
  • Food and Beverage Industry experience preferred, not required
  • Arena and Ice/Inline Rink experience preferred, not required
  • Ability to read and speak Spanish, preferred not required

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

1. Do you have a BA/BS in Safety, Health or a similar field?

2. Do you have 5 years experience in the safety and health compliance industry?

3. Do you have training & presentation skills?

4. Are you available to work nights and weekends?

5. Do you have Food and Beverage Industry experience?

6. Do you have Arena or Ice/Inline Rink experience?

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Sales & Marketing: Fan Development
Youth Hockey Development C.R.E.W. - Anaheim Ducks Hockey Club (Anaheim, CA)

This is a part-time, seasonal position within the Fan Development Department.  The Anaheim Ducks prefer individuals that have a passion for the sport of hockey and are committed to being part of its growth within Orange County and the greater Southern California region.  C.R.E.W. members will be responsible for support, instruction and implementation of various youth hockey initiatives including but not exclusive to; ball hockey, roller hockey, ice hockey, and educationally focused events.  

Duties/Essential Functions:

• Implementation and instruction of the S.C.O.R.E. Street Hockey program. Teaching students street hockey fundamentals and safety practices at instructional sessions at school sites.  C.R.E.W. members will load necessary equipment and direct instruction for each session.
• Implementation and instruction of the G.O.A.L. SCORE-a-GOAL program. Teaching students ice and roller hockey fundamentals and safety practices at instructional sessions for schools at local Rinks locations. C.R.E.W. members will gather equipment, outfit student participants, and direct on-ice/rink instruction.
• Assist with preparations, support, and implementation of I3 roller hockey matches at various rinks throughout Orange County.  
• Assist with various school based events including assemblies, “open house” programs, Reading Is The Goal Day, and the Anaheim Ducks Power Play initiative.  C.R.E.W. duties will include but not be limited to set up of audio/visual equipment, street hockey equipment, etc.
• Drive Ducks “Promotional Vehicles” to and from events. Make sure vehicles are fully stocked with necessary items for event and unloaded at the conclusion of the event, ensuring that the vehicles are kept clean at all times.
• Assist with organization and maintenance of the Fan Development storage unit(s).
• Assist with other tasks as needed.  

Specific Abilities:

• Bronze-level (2+ years) ice or roller hockey experience required
• Organized with the ability to multi-task and problem solve in a fast paced work environment
• Hard working, detail oriented and results driven
• Ability to be a team player and enjoy working in a team environment
• Excellent interpersonal skills
• Passionate about the Anaheim Ducks and the sport of hockey
• Previous experience working with elementary aged students preferred (camp counselor, coaching, teaching)
• Previous marketing/promotional/event experience preferred

Qualification Standards:

• High school diploma or equivalent
• Possess a valid California driver’s license, automobile liability insurance and a good driving record.
• Flexible schedule – Must be able to work some nights/weekends and holidays as required.
• Requires prolonged standing; ability to lift and carry up to 40 pounds.
• Must be willing and able to work in outdoor conditions.

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

1. Do you have two or more years of ice or roller hockey experience?

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Future Notification Only - NHL and its Member Clubs (Various Locations, NA)

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

1. List any NHL cities in which you want to work -i.e. Philadelphia, NY Islanders, NY Rangers, Boston, New Jersey, Washington, Detroit, St. Louis, Atlanta, Anaheim, Chicago, Dallas, Minnesota, Denver, Los Angeles, Phoenix, San Jose, Tampa, Toronto, Ottawa, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Nashville, Pittsburgh, Florida, Montreal, Carolina, Buffalo, Columbus

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