ECHL teams will be interviewing for several positions with an emphasis on ticketing and sales positions. Positions include but are not limited to ticket sales director, ticket account executive, corporate sales executive, corporate sales coordinator, marketing director, media relations director, broadcaster and game-day operations staff.
The ECHL Job Fair will be using PrecisionHire Sports, an innovative product developed by Work In Sports. PrecisionHire Sports is an applicant-tracking system designed specifically to cater to the hiring needs of employers in the sports industry.
Interested applicants can go to echl.precisionhire.com for the online application until May 2. Applications will be reviewed and applicants selected for interviews will be notified by May 11. Applicants must confirm their attendance by May 15. Each applicant will be provided with an interview schedule and all selected applicants are guaranteed a minimum of three interviews of approximately 15-20 minutes. Applicants will also be allowed to distribute resumes to team representatives.
The Premier “AA” Hockey League, the ECHL has been a stepping stone to the American Hockey League and the National Hockey League for front office personnel as well as players, coaches and on-ice officials. The league played with 28 teams in 16 states and one Canadian province in 2004-05 and in 2005-06 welcomes Stockton (California) and Phoenix (Arizona).
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