Under the general supervision of the General Manager, the Director of Programming/Hockey Director supervises the entire scope of programming and hockey related activities including but not limited to: leagues, events, Learn-to-Play, Learn-to-Skate, public programming, full-time, part-time and contract employees. General responsibilities will include sales, coaching, scheduling, supervision of programs and employees, and performing various administrative and supervisory activities.
The Centene Community Ice Center/St. Louis Music Park is a 4-sheet ice complex, with three indoor and one outdoor NHL-sized rinks which will serve as a hub of youth and amateur sports activity and as a place where the community can come together. It will be the official training and practice facility for the St Louis Blues and home to other local hockey programs, including Lindenwood University, the St Louis Blues Alumni, AAA Blues, and the Lady Cyclones. In addition to hockey and skating programs, games and tournaments, the outdoor rink will convert to a 5,000-seat concert venue and turf field which is scheduled and used for community events and programming. You can learn more about the venue at www.CenteneCommunityIceCenter.com
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