Volunteer with NDMHA (North Durham Minor Hockey)

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Volunteers are the lifeblood of minor hockey. An extremely dedicated group of parents, community members and administrators give their time to ensure a positive experience for our young athletes to play this great sport. 

There are lots of ways to get involved with North Durham Minor Hockey from helping at the team level as a coach, trainer, manager, treasurer, social convenor or on-ice volunteer.  At the board of directors level, there are positions that renew every year at the AGM, as well as house league convenor positions that always need filling. There are also various committees that need volunteers to spread out the work such as development, finance, awards, community events, etc.  Tryouts are always a busy time of year and we need help with registration tables and on-ice volunteers.  The First Shift is a "learn to play hockey" program sponsored by the NHLPA and Bauer and we always need on-ice volunteers to teach beginners the game.  This is a great opportunity for secondary school students needing community service hours.

If you are interested in helping us, or have an idea that we haven't thought of, please fill out the Volunteer Form and we will be in touch!

Vacant Positions:

Director of Coaches & Development

The Director of Coaches and Development is responsible for ensuring all coaches follow the guidelines set out by NDMHA, Hockey Canada, the OHF and the OMHA/OWHA.
Communicate with the Director of Recreational Hockey and Recreational  Hockey Committees  Director of Representative Hockey and Representative Hockey Committees and the Director of Women’s Hockey and Womens Hockey Committees. 
Act as chair of Representative/MD/Select coaches meetings,
Chair the Coach Selection committee and the Development Committee. The Director of Coaches and Development reports to the NDMHA Board of Directors and executive committee providing updates at board meetings.

General Requirements:

  • Experience coaching at the representative level and an understanding of the importance of Recreational Hockey coaching development. 
  • D1 Certified Coaching qualification.for purpose of establishing, implementing and evaluating on-ice and off-ice technical development programs.
  • Attend all Board Meetings and update Board of Directors on all things regarding coaching & development
  • Maintain an effective line of communication between the coaches and the association

  • Organize and chair all Representative, MD and Select Coaches and Managers Meetings:

    Other Meetings as needed


  • Co-ordinate training programs/clinics for coaches and team officials to make sure that all have required qualifications and to assist in acquiring continuing education points.

  • Organize and Chair the Coach Selection Committee for all Rep, MD and Select teams.
  • Participate in the Rep and Select tryout process

  • Organize and implement development program for all levels in the association.
    Oversee the procurement of any contracted services to support the development program and .maintain any relevant contracts.
  • Ensure Development programs are consistent with Hockey Canada, the OHF and the OMHA/OWHA.
  • Organize and Chair the Development Committee

    If this sounds like a good fit for you, please complete the Volunteer Form by Sunday May 31.


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