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Player Development Coach & Mentor and Head Coach, TPH Academy Cincinnati - TPH Academy Cincinnati (Cincinnati · OH)

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TPH Cincinnati Is Making a Full-Time Hockey Hire
In hockey, the term “200-foot player” is used to describe a team member who is committed to doing all the little things right… Well, we in TPH are in search of just that: a “200-foot player” to join our TPH Cincinnati staff as a Player Development Coach/Mentor and Head Coach.  Director & Head of Hockey Ryan McGinnis is looking for a hard-working, detailed, committed team member to serve as his “1B” in our Academy model. The team member will also serve as a Head Coach for the 16U Tri-State Spartans team.  
Like a TPH Director, this “jack of all trades” will have the opportunity to wear multiple hats, from hockey instructor, to recruiter, to administrator, to the most important hat of all: mentor to aspiring-elite student-athletes... Sound like you? If successful in the role, you’ll have put yourself on a path to becoming a Director & Head of Hockey in TPH or will have the experience and confidence to apply for that high level professional coaching or administrative role you have always dreamed about. 
 Education, Experience, and Skills Required
  • Past playing, instruction, or a form of leadership or support experience specific to hockey
  • Willingness to work, grind, and hone your craft in a role that requires the wearing of “multiple-hats”
  • Mindset that no job is too big or too small when it is directly or indirectly tied to the development and advancement of student-athletes 
  • Openness to learn various software, technology, and programs utilized by TPH
  • Adaptability and willingness to embrace a non-traditional work schedule with non-traditional hours
  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field and/or an equivalent combination of education and experience
Player Development Coach & Mentor / Head Coach’s role on Team TPH:
  1. Culture, Mentorship, and Daily Impact
    1. The Player Development Coach & Mentor / Head Coach is expected to support the Director in his/her efforts to take extreme ownership of all-things TPH Academy, including supporting and enforcing all TPH, member, partner association, and/or sport governing body guidelines related to student-athlete health, safety, and overall well-being as well as holding student-athletes accountable to TPH’s three-character traits: work ethic, discipline, and acceptance.
  2. Recruiting 
    1. Recruiting is the lifeblood of a TPH Academy and requires a leader who will oversee the process of attracting quality student-athletes to the Academy, consistent with TPH’s 12 Month Recruiting Calendar.  This responsibility includes attending area tournaments, showcases, games, and events, evaluating student-athlete performance, supporting virtual and in-person events designed to generate interest in the Academy, etc. 
  3. Sport-Instruction 
    1. At TPH Academy, the sport is often the “spark,” and is typically a driving factor behind a family’s interest in our Study-Train-Play experience.  The Player Development Coach & Mentor / Head Coach works with the Director on the planning and delivery of all training sessions consistent with TPH’s Athlete Development Model.
  4. Operational – Administrative – Financial 
    1. An efficient operation creates more time for team members to carry out TPH’s core purpose and fulfill its brand promise.  The Player Development Coach & Mentor / Head Coach supports the Director in his/her efforts to lead an efficient operation, including implementing all processes and procedures as outlined in TPH’s Academy Operations and Employee handbooks as well as utilizing and engaging with all TPH systems, technology, and communication mechanisms.
  5. Head Coaching
    1. TPH expects that its Head Coaches will strive to set a positive example and display the self-discipline, professionally and personally, that comes with the label of “coach,” while executing the functions related to this aspect of the position, including but not limited to planning and implementing practices, holding players accountable to a team and player code consistent with the TPH handbook, all TPH student-athlete health and safety protocols, specifically the policies of locker room monitoring, cell phone collection and staff to student-athlete communication.
Base salary will be $40-50K based on experience.  This position comes with full benefits.  Visit for more information on TPH, its programs and the academy model. 

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, gender identity, marital or veteran status, or any other protected class.

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