Technical Specialist-Assistant Coach Field Hockey

Updated: 25 days ago
Job Type: PartTime

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Position Summary:
Under the direction of the Head Coach - Field Hockey, the technical specialist will be expected to assist the head coach in the implementation of performance and development initiatives that will help ensure the success of the field hockey student-athletes. Expected to assist head coach with other related functions.
Primary Responsibilities:

  • Maintain and distribute on-field team equipment.
  • Prepare practice and game equipment prior to game start times.
  • Record activities and keep track of statistics during tournaments and games.
  • Analyze data to identify trends in games, tournaments, players and teams and report results back to head coach.

Other Qualifying Skills and/or Abilities

  • Solid knowledge of Field Hockey sport including skills, tactics and techniques
  • CPR and First Aid certifications

Minimum Education and Experience:

High School Diploma 1 Year Related Experience

Hourly Salary:

(AMUSE C) $15.82

Estimated Number of Work Hours per Week:

15 (Part time)

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