Working in collaboration with a variety of partners, Field Hockey Canada is the national sport governing body responsible for the development, growth and promotion of field hockey in Canada. Field Hockey Canada receives financial contributions from the federal government and other agencies, organizations, sponsors and donors, and is accountable for the disbursement and reporting of funds according to the contracted terms and conditions. Programs, activities and services are operated within the limitations established in an annual budget led by the CEO and approved by the Board of Directors. Field Hockey Canada staff is responsible to manage and administer the finances and provide administrative support for all Field Hockey Canada activity.
Within this scope, this role is responsible for the delivery of the pathway for Men’s NextGen athletes across Canada, as well as serving as the lead coach within the National Training Centre (NTC) in Quebec. The position is based in Quebec and reports to the Head Coach of the Men’s National Program.
Field Hockey Canada is searching for a Men’s NextGen Pathway Development Manager and Lead Coach – NTC Quebec who possesses leadership skills, combined with significant experience in coaching and sports administration. The successful candidate will work under the leadership of the Men’s Head Coach and in collaboration with the Junior National Age Group Coaches and NTC leads. Together, this team will implement the technical direction that will result in the building and activation of a world-class NextGen program. Collectively this leadership team will establish strategies to integrate NextGen athletes into the Senior Men’s National Team, leading to long-term international performance excellence.
With support of the Integrated Support Team (IST), the Men’s NextGen Pathway Development Manager and Lead Coach – NTC Quebec will establish an optimal daily training environment within the four Men’s NTC’s (BC, Alberta, Ontario, Quebec). The role includes the creation and implementation of integrated training programs and training sessions for identified NextGen Development athletes. Strengthening partner relationships and working towards common goals with NTC leaders, the successful candidate sets out the development pathway for all NextGen athletes and coaches in Canada.
ATTRIBUTES AND QUALIFICATIONS
The ideal candidate will have extensive experience in high performance coaching, and possess strong consultative, facilitation and decision-making skills. She/he will have demonstrated success as a team leader with excellent management and administrative skills, both of which are all considered key attributes. The ideal candidate attributes and qualifications include:
TERMS & CONDITIONS
Field Hockey Canada is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from all qualified candidates. In addition, Field Hockey Canada is committed to providing accommodation for people with disabilities. If you require accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.
We appreciate your interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.