IHA requires a highly motivated and organised individual to oversee and coordinate the Australian Junior Ice Hockey League (AJIHL).
The Australian Junior Ice Hockey League (AJIHL) is a national league designed to provide the highest level of competition for junior players aged 16 – 20 years of age. The AJIHL is regulated by the AJIHL Commissioner who is appointed by the IHA Board. The AJIHL Commissioner is responsible for the coordination, administration and general supervision of the AJIHL.
This position requires extensive communication and a strong working relationship with our Member State and Territory associations delegates and the IHA Board. This position requires good organisational and management skills as well as the very critical skill of communication. This is a voluntary role.
SPECIFIC DUTIES / RESPONSIBILITIES:
Coordinate the League games, season and calendar.
Responsibility for the planning and conducting of the AJIHL.
The AJIHL Commissioner will work with all stakeholders to ensure the AJIHL season is conducted in an efficient manner within a safe playing environment.
Coordinating with IHA RIC for finals.
Ensuring team entry complies with IHA rules and regulations
Chair and notify the State Delegates/Teams of Pre and Post season meetings.
Coordinate IHA Trophies and Awards for the Finals.
Ensuring the coordination and compliance with IHA requirements as set out in the IHA AJIHL Regulations as approved by the IHA Board and any other requirements as stated by the Board.
Make appropriate recommendations and advise the Board on all matters and issues relating to the AJIHL.
Ensure that current information and league statistics are maintained on the IHA’s ESD site and website including various calendars.
Co-ordinate marketing/social media and communication for the AJIHL to ensure the best possible profile and to maintain the integrity of the League in accordance with IHA expectations.
All applications are to be emailed to the Executive Officer, Ice Hockey Australia email@example.com no later than July 11, 2019.