Ice Hockey Coach – Job Opportunity (Budapest, Hungary)

BUDAPEST, HUN UTE ICE HOCKEY TEAM
ICE HOCKEY MENTOR COACH JOB OPPORTUNITY
CLUB INFORMATION
We are a Hungarian traditional sport club, more than 125 years old, located in the Capital
City, Budapest. We have more than 250 kids playing for our club, and now we have 15 coaches.
The senior team is playing in the Hungarian League, called MOL League, where we are
participating with the far youngest team, where 80% of the players come from our junior
organization.
WE ARE LOOKING FOR
We are looking for a full mentor coach for the next season, whose job would be the
teaching of the coaches throughout the year, where the mentor coach would get free hand. We
are refreshing our squad this year, and we are going to have a lot of good potential young
coaches, most of them coming from our organization as well. Their improvement is big concern
of our leading board.
RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE MENTOR COACH
• Has to speak fluent English
• Watching and analyzing the practices
• Sometimes demonstrate practices
• Helping the coaches to design practices, later on check the designed practices
• Teaching the coaches how to deduct the designed practice into actual practice
• Teaching the coaches practice analysis
• Teaching the coaches how to import off ice sessions into the practice schedule
• Watching the games, teaching the coaches “running the bench”
• Teaching the coaches how to analyze games
AID WHAT THE MENTOR COACH CAN USE
• All tools what an ice hockey practice needs (boards, cones, tires, stick handling
triangles)
• Video Coach
• Video analyzing application (Steva)
• Projector
• PC in the coaching room
• Auditory room
• Off ice shooting bench
• Gym
• Gymnastic hall
• Soccer field
AGE GROUPS
• U23 (Erste Bank Young Stars League) (Austria U22)
• U18 (Erste Bank Young Stars League) (Austria U18)
• U16
BUDAPEST, HUN UTE ICE HOCKEY TEAM
• U14 2000 born
• U14 2001 born
• U12 2002 born
• U12 2003 born
• U10
• U08
CONTRACT INFORMATION
The contract would be for one season starting in 2013 August 1st and it would end in
2014 April 30th, but if we would find a person who is fit for the job we would like to continue our
partnership for at least one year more
The work time would be average 174 hours per month, as the Hungarian law states. The
work hours would different as in ice hockey always, but in the week days the practices are in the
afternoon, and we have the games on the weekends. Free days granted per week.
The place of work would be oriented in Budapest, Újpest Ice Rink, because the mentor
coach would not travel anywhere most of the time.
SALARY AND HOUSING
Salary is based on the coaches:
• Work experience
• Achievements
• Schooling
Housing is put into the salary. The club would help to find an apartment, and would put
the apartment money into the coach’s salary. The club is willing to pay 450 € per month for an
apartment. In Hungary this is new 3 rooms flat money in a good place in downtown.
(Negotiable)
Other variables (for example: flight, car) are negotiated between the two parties
Salary is in HUF even if the two parties get an agreement in Euros (Hungarian law says).
The salary must come to a Hungarian bank account, which the club will provide for the coach
(Hungarian law says). The pay day is on the 5th of each month (Hungarian law says)


SIH board vacancies

Scottish Ice Hockey UK

Roles and Responsibilities of Executive Board Members

We currently have two vacant positions:

 

 

Chairperson Juniors

Responsible for

  • Ensuring Rules of Competition for SIH-UK Junior Leagues are adhered to for U12, U14, U16 and IHUK U20
  • Chairing a sub committee (3 max) from Junior Clubs, which will be responsible for organising the Junior Scottish Cup weekend (includes programme & contents, printing, registration of teams & officials at the venue)
  • Representing Junior Clubs at Executive meetings
  • Liaising with all Executive members as and when required

 

 

 

Chairperson Seniors

Responsible for

  • Ensuring Rules of Competition for SIH-UK Scottish National League are adhered to
  • Chairing a sub committee (3 max) from Senior Clubs, which will be responsible for organising the SNL Play Off Weekend (includes programme & contents, printing, registration of teams & officials at the venue)
  • Representing Senior Clubs at Executive meetings
  • Liaising with all Executive members as and when required

The above positions are voluntary although reasonable expenses will be covered. Successful candidates will serve a minimum period of 1 year and no more than 3 years when some positions come available through rotation of Executive Members.

 

Before applying for either of these roles, please ensure that you fully understand the Roles and Responsibilities for the position and can commit fully to them.

Applications should be sent by email to Sami Hand by Friday 17 January 2014.  Please provide a brief description of your skills and experience and what position you would like to be considered for.

Successful candidates will be asked to an interview week commencing 27 January 2014.