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Lead Ice Technician - Flint, MI

IMS Ice Management - Dort Federal Event Center

The Lead Ice Technician position is responsible for performing all duties associated with maintaining high level ice conditions in accordance with OHL standards.

Job Type: Full-time
Required Experience: Ice rink / Ice maintenance: 2 years

Duties Include:

  • Ice Installation
  • Ice Maintenance
  • Equipment Maintenance and Operation (main focus on, but not limited to, Ice resurfacer operation)
  • Glass and Dasherboard Repair & Installation
  • Training Ice Resurfacer Operators
Other Duties May Include:
  • Event Set Ups / Clean Up
  • Janitorial Services
  • Arena Maintenance
  • Additional duties as assigned

This position requires a flexible schedule which will include some nights & weekends.

Qualified applicant should have minimum of 2 years of ice rink and ice maintenance experience.

To apply please email resume with salary requirements.

Contact:
Jeremy Torrey - General Manager

Dort Federal Event Center
3501 Lapeer Rd
Flint, MI 48503

Phone: 810-744-0580 ext. 204
Email: jeremy@dorteventcenter.com

Posting Ends: 11/29/19

Posted 11/15

 

Ice Rink Director / Programming Coordinator - Cleveland, OH

Ice Rink Director / Programming Coordinator

Cleveland Skating Club

The Ice Rink Director/Programming Coordinator is responsible for delivering a high quality programming, well-maintained facility, focusing on ice quality, operations, safety, fiscal health and member satisfaction. In addition, they are responsible for developing a highly trained and customer focused team of coaches and Jr. Coaches that will help build member loyalty. The Ice Rink Director/ Programming Coordinator must work closely with the CSC Maintenance team, Coaches, Fellow Manager, the Skating Committee, and the General Manager to accomplish these objectives. It is essential to this position to be regularly available during standard business hours as well as nights, weekends and holiday hours to meet with staff, facility users and be present for routine and special events.

Download Full Posting:
https://www.usicerinks.com/download_file/1036/305

For more information or to apply contact:

Alan Feuerman
(216) 791-2800
afeuerman@clevelandskatingclub.org

Posting End Date: 12/31/19



Posted 11/15

 

Ice/Court Maintenance/Zamboni Driver - Jacksonville, FL

Single-sheet ice rink in Florida looking to expand our Facility/Ice Maintenance Team.

All interested applicants should complete the application found on our website: https://jacksonvilleice.com/about-us#employment

We look forward to hearing from you.

Please see the link below for a job description and general overview.
https://www.usicerinks.com/download_file/1034/305

Contact Information:
Laura Bellucci
Jacksonville Ice & Sportsplex
3605 Philips Highway
Jacksonville, FL 32207
Phone: (904) 399-3223
Email: jointeamfun@jacksonvilleice.com
Posting End Date: 05/31/20

Posted 11/5

 

Arena Operations Coordinator - Beverly, MA

Endicott College is seeking an Arena Operations Coordinator. The Arena Operation Coordinator will work in close collaboration with Raymond J. Bourque Arena management team, and within all operations of the facility. This requires a versatile and driven individual with a working knowledge and understanding of an ice arena.

Responsibilities in order of importance are:

  1. Manage various shifts at the Raymond J. Bourque Arena, including nights, weekends, and holidays.
  2. Provide high level customer service and staff development and provide customers with a clean and safe facility.
  3. Willingness and ability to maintain the highest quality ice surface, including operating ice resurfacer and edger and other specialized equipment.
  4. Manage and supervise the operation of the concession stand and front desk, including inventory, deposits and supplies.
  5. Train and direct student-workers in various responsibilities; assist in student- worker scheduling and payroll.
  6. Assist management team with event planning and all aspects of arena event management.
  7. Work closely with coaches and support staff to assist and support NCAA Division III hockey programs.
  8. Basic maintenance and troubleshooting of mechanical components throughout the facility.
  9. In addition to arena responsibilities this position will consist of fulfilling required supervision, maintenance, and overall athletic facility management.

Qualifications include:

  • Bachelor Degree preferred
  • Valid driver's license
  • Flexibility in work schedule is a must - nights, weekends, and holidays.
  • US Ice Rink Association certifications and forklift license preferred
  • One years of supervisory responsibilities required
  • Sound organizational, communication, time-management, and quality customer service skills
  • ServSafe food certification preferred
  • Familiarity with ice sports

For Additional Information Click Below:
https://www.usicerinks.com/download_file/1033/305

Contact Information:
Pamela Donellan
Endicott College
376 Hale Street
Beverly, MA 01915
Phone: (978) 232-2022
Email:
Posting End Date: 02/01/20

Posted 11/5

 

Director of Synchronized Skating - Charlotte, NC

The Pineville Ice House is an ice rink located on the south side of Charlotte, North Carolina that provides year round programs for figure skating, hockey and recreational skating. The rink has been in continuous operation since 1995 and is locally owned and operated. Beginner through Intermediate synchronized skating teams have competed out of this rink since 2010.

We seek a Director of Synchronized Skating to oversee all aspects of our Charlotte Synchronized Skating program. The target start date for this position is March 1, 2020 or sooner. Reasonable relocation expenses will be covered for qualified candidates.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

  • Manage administrative components of synchronized skating program including marketing, budgeting, scheduling, travel and USFS compliance.
  • Serve as head coach for one or multiple teams.
  • Identify and recruit individual skaters from instructional programs and skating events.
  • Monitor USFS test levels of current and prospective team members and drive completion of test levels.
  • Identify, recruit and manage other team coaches.
  • Plan and direct team tryouts.
  • Develop program theme, music, choreography and apparel for all teams.
  • Train and develop individual skaters in synchronized skating, power skating and edgework.
  • Ensure compliance with program standards for attendance and individual training.
  • Manage competition score and video analysis with teams and coaches.
  • Plan and oversee team social events and end of season banquet.
  • General management including opening duties, directing line staff and providing customer service for other rink programs.

DESIRED SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Three or more years of competitive synchronized skating at the Junior, Senior or Collegiate level.
  • Three or more years of synchronized coaching experience.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Capacity to manage the details and technology related to athletic leagues and programs.
  • Bachelor’s degree.


COMPENSATION:

  • Annual salary of $30,000 for work week averaging 30 hours.
  • Complimentary access to ten or more hours per week of private lesson time during freestyle and public skating sessions that occur outside of scheduled work hours.
  • Health Insurance benefit of $175.00 per month.
  • Two weeks paid time off in first full calendar year of employment and three weeks after two years of employment.
  • Ability to participate in company sponsored 401(k) plan after one year of employment.

Contact Information:
Valerie Clark
Pineville Ice House
400 Towne Centre Blvd
Pineville, NC 28134
Phone: (704) 889-9000
Email: valerie.clark@pinevilleice.com
Posting End Date: 02/01/20

Posted 10/8

 

Lead Rink Worker (Recreation Technician) - Sante Fe, NM

The City of Santa Fe Recreation Department is posting for a full time Lead Rink Worker (Recreation Technician).

Full time, benefits, uniforms, free skating perks.

Check out our web site: chavezcenter.com

We are the largest recreation facility in NM.

Starting hourly rate will be at least $13. 25 per hour.


Please email or call for more information:

Tom Miller
Chavez Community Center / Ice Arena
3221 Rodeo Road
Santa Fe, NM 87507
Phone: (505) 955-4031
Email: temiller@santafenm.gov
Posting End Date: Until Filled


Posted 9/11

 

Ice Rink Operations Manager - Huntsville, AL

Ice Rink Operations Manager

This position is responsible for all aspects of building maintenance and repair including maintaining two sheets of high quality ice.

This individual must maintain a professional demeanor at all times as they supervise the maintenance and janitorial staff and interact with the public.

Job Requirements Include:

  • Experience with building maintenance operations including HVAC, dehumidification and refrigeration systems;
  • Skilled in ice making techniques including operation and maintenance of resurfacing equipment; CIT preferred;
  • Proficient with minor electrical and plumbing work and operation of hand tools;
  • Strong personnel management skills and ability to create a positive work environment;
  • Ability to identify problems quickly and resolve efficiently;
  • Superior organizational skills with ability to multi-task and prioritize, work under pressure and meet deadlines without sacrificing accuracy;
  • Ability to work within annual budget restrictions;
  • Flexible, adaptable and responsive to change;
  • Professional demeanor appropriate for a management team member;
  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written;
  • Ability to work around and interact with the public;
  • Flexible schedule – some night and weekend work required;
  • Working knowledge of MS Office applications including Word and Excel;

Job Responsibilities Include:

  • Ensure building and ice surface are maintained in excellent condition at all times;
  • Operate ice resurfacer and edger to keep ice surface in top condition;
  • Supervise and instruct resurfacer operators in proper driving and ice maintenance techniques;
  • Maintain resurfacing equipment as necessary and keep maintenance logs up to date;
  • Take the ice surface out and bring it back up as required;
  • Create ice maintenance schedule and maintain related documentation;
  • Develop building maintenance schedule and maintain detailed documentation for all of the building’s mechanical systems;
  • Repair any broken or malfunctioning equipment as needed;
  • Submit monthly maintenance summary to Senior Facility Manager;
  • Supervise and train maintenance staff in all necessary skills to keep both interior and exterior of the building in good working order;
  • Manage janitorial staff in order to keep building clean at all times;
  • Personnel management functions for all resurfacing, maintenance and janitorial staff, including creating staffing schedules, performance evaluations and any necessary disciplinary actions;
  • Keep detailed documentation regarding hazardous materials;
  • Serve as Manager-on-Duty (MOD) on a rotating schedule as needed;

Compensation Package:

  • Full-time, $24-$28 per hour (commensurate with experience);
  • Paid vacation time;
  • Relocation/signing bonus negotiable;
  • Facility contribution to health insurance may be negotiated as part of the total compensation package.

Additional Information:
https://www.usicerinks.com/download_file/1018/305

Contact Information:
Steve Clough

Benton H Wilcoxon Municipal Ice Complex
3185 Leeman Ferry Rd. SW
Huntsville, AL 35801

Phone: (256) 508-1109
Email: steve@hsviceplex.org
Posting End Date: Until Filled


Posted 8/6

 

Director, Figure Skating - Coral Springs, FL

Last Updated: July 2019
Job Title: Director, Figure Skating
Department: Figure Skating
Reports To: General Manager of the Florida Panthers IceDen
FLSA: Exempt
Employment Type: Full-Time
Location: Florida Panthers IceDen


Job Summary:
The Figure Skating Directors objective is to forecast, plan, and manage all aspects of the Figure department. The goal is to produce a profitable figure skating program that organically grows athletes through proper progression and development, accomplished through proper staffing, coaching, programming (on/off ice) and complete customer satisfaction.
Essential Functions:
• Achieves financial objectives by preparing an annual operating budget; scheduling expenditures; analyzing variances
• Manage the Panthers Skating Academy (PSA) in all aspects of program development, scheduling, and execution of the program
• Manage instructors/guest instructors which includes proper recruiting, scheduling, lesson planning, coaches’ meetings, payroll and employee issues
• Host and run all major Professional Skaters Association (PSA) and United States Figure Skating Association (USFS) events that they allow throughout the season
• Oversee the Learn the Skate program
• Oversee the progression levels and advanced placement of the Learn to Play program
• Direct Camp Incredible for 10 weeks each summer, winter break and non-school days
• Oversee all major competitions each year: (South Florida Challenge, Excel Festival and Sun Shine State Games)
• Oversee the Holiday Show to include all planning, scheduling of rehearsal practices and execution of the show
• Be an active board member in the Panthers Figure Skating Club
• Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree in sports management (or related field) desired with 5 years of
experience in ice related sports and activities
• Ability to communicate effectively to employees, instructors, and customers
• Be on the ice during classes and assist in classes when necessary
• Talk with parents – address concerns and questions and take time with a problem skater
• Keep coaches happy – class rotation, private lesson referrals, and incentives
• Move skaters to appropriate classes & evaluate skaters frequently
• Be organized at all times
• Flexibility to work all Panthers IceDen events, and irregular hours (late nights, weekends,
and holidays) as required


Work Environment:
This position works in a professional ice hockey practice facility, where the noise level is
generally high, crowd traffic is heavy, and temperatures are often cold; lights are bright or dark
with occasional exposure to flashing lights.


Physical Demands:
Ice Skating - Must be physically able to skate for 60 minutes continuously multiple times a day,
multiple hours in a row and able to work and train in cold on-ice conditions.
Walking – Moving about on foot to accomplish tasks, particularly for long distances or moving
from one work site to another.
Lifting – Raising objects (up to 40 pounds) from a lower to a higher position or moving objects
horizontally from position-to-position. This factor is important if it occurs to a considerable
degree and requires substantial use of upper extremities and back muscles.
Talking - Expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word. Those activities in
which they must convey detailed or important spoken instructions to other workers accurately,
loudly, or quickly.
Standing - Particularly for sustained periods of time.
Hearing - Perceiving the nature of sounds at normal speaking levels with or without correction.
Ability to receive detailed information through oral communication, and to make the
discriminations in sound.


Position Type/Expected Hours of Work:
This is a Full-Time position. Must be able to work a flexible schedule including late nights,
weekends, and holidays as needed.
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for
employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, gender identity or expression,
age, national origin or ancestry, citizenship, disability, sexual orientation, marital status,
pregnancy, veteran status, membership in the uniformed services, genetic information, or any
other basis protected by applicable law.

Contact Information:
Keith Fine
Phone: 954-835-8515
Email: FineK@FloridaPanthers.com

Posted 08/01

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