Newmarket Arena
905-953-0978
NTR Newmarket Careers

NTR Newmarket is currently looking for part-time help

All NTR Newmarket employees must be outgoing and energetic with the ability to multi-task and problem solve.  We require our staff to be willing to do a variety of tasks associated with the implementation and execution of premier hockey skills development programs.

National Training Rinks welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities.  Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. 


Learn to Skate Program Director/Office

Job Responsibilities/Expectations

  • Design and implement Learn to Skate program
  • Oversee junior Learn to Skate staff
  • Respond to parent inquiries
  • Track student progress, and create seasonal student progress reports
  • Oversee office and customer service responsibilities
  • Answer phone calls and respond to voice and E-mail messages
  • Provide customers with advice related to hockey/skating development
  • Collect new or updated customer information and input into database
  • Interact with customers to determine the most appropriate program for each participant
  • Register participants into courses, collect payments, and issue receipts
  • Interact with parents to provide feedback and promote NTR programs and initiative

Qualifications

  • Minimum High School Diploma
  • Must possess a familiarity with hockey that would allow for an understanding of skill development and how participants would progress through NTR programs
  • Coaching experience an asset
  • NCCP and CanSkate certified
  • First Aid and CPR (minimum level C)
  • Vulnerable Sector Screening required
  • Experience working with kids ages 3-15 an asset

Other Job Information

  • Hours are irregular and are primarily evenings and weekends
  • Starting hourly wage based on previous experience and work history

If interested, please send a resume and cover letter to Andrew Shorkey at andrew@ntrcanada.com


Head Ice Hockey Instructor

Job Responsibilities/Expectations

  • Lead various on-ice instructional programs (group and private lessons) as scheduled by the manager
  • Assist with various office and administrative tasks as assigned by NTR Management
  • Help to maintain the general and overall appearance of the facility, as required
  • Provide constant encouragement and feedback to class/camp participants
  • Supervise and direct assistant instructors
  • Work to uphold the high standards of NTR programming
  • Interact with parents to provide feedback and promote NTR programs and initiatives

Qualifications

  • Minimum 5 years of hockey playing experience, preferably at a high level (ie. Junior, University, Professional)
  • Minimum 2 years of hockey coaching experience, preferably at a high level (ie. AA or AAA and higher)
  • First Aid and CPR (minimum level C)
  • Vulnerable Sector Screening required
  • Experience working with kids ages 3-15 an asset

Other Job Information

  • Hours are irregular and are primarily evenings and weekends
  • Starting hourly wage based on previous experience and work history

If interested, please send a resume and cover letter to Andrew Shorkey at andrew@ntrcanada.com


Casual and/or Part Time Facility Operator

The facility operator position is responsible for facility operations maintenance, custodial duties, and repair work related to the arena and change rooms, and any other assigned areas.  This position oversees the facility to ensure programs/events run as scheduled and is responsible for the security and safety of the facility and its patrons.

Job Responsibilities/Expectations

  • Maitain a quality ice surface
  • Ensures that the facility is opened and closed at scheduled times
  • Operates ice re-surfacer and/specialized equipment
  • Performs general cleaning/maintenance
  • Operates cleaning and safety equipment
  • Patrols the building looking for facility problems, safety hazards, or improper operations
  • Is responsible for the security of the building
  • Monitors facility operating systems and records readings

Qualifications

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Valid Ontario Driver’s License an asset
  • Must be able to multi-task and work with minimal supervision
  • Proven history of demonstrating excellent customer service, teamwork, and organizational skills
  • This position involves occasional heavy lifting, therefore must be physically able to perform the bona fide requirements of the job
  • First Aid and CPR required (minimum level B)

Other Job Information

  • Hours are irregular and are primarily evenings and weekends
  • Starting hourly wage based on previous experience and work history

If interested, please send a resume and cover letter to Jake Radcliffe at jake@ntrcanada.com