Job Opportunities


Hockey Manager
Location: BlueStreak Headquarters and BlueStreak at Chelsea Piers Connecticut

Seeking a self-motivated, confident, team-oriented person for career in developing hockey players, ranging in ages from 10 through the professional ranks. New college graduates with hockey experience are highly encouraged to apply. Candidate serves as direct link to hockey players, delivering all levels of on-ice and off-ice hockey specific development programs.

Responsibilities include: Evaluating and assigning appropriate training measures for athlete development. Judging athlete’s progression through various stages of programs and implements various protocols as needed under the guidelines established by BlueStreak Sports Training. Training and scheduling athletes; implementing all levels of athlete development programs; pre- and post-program testing; making day-to-day training decisions; educating athletes about their hockey training needs; data entry for test results; maintaining an upbeat, outgoing attitude towards all clients and staff; sales, including up-selling and marketing; maintaining relationship with parents, coaches and athletes; additional responsibilities as assigned by Facility Director.

Qualifications: Prefer strong background in professional / collegiate hockey ranks, bachelor’s degree in Sports Administration, Exercise Science, Business or closely related field; CPR certification; professional certifications with accredited agencies, such as NSCA, ASCM, etc.

Compensation: Competitive salary rate with bonuses. Full/Part Time

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Athlete Development Internship Program

Location: BlueStreak Headquarters and BlueStreak at Chelsea Piers Connecticut

Interns have access to and gain experience in all departments of BlueStreak Sports Training; including but not limited to: Athletic Republic Training Programs, nutrition and metabolic profiling, multi-sport performance training, off-site clinics, personal training and business development. Hands-on learning takes place in all phases of the internship program. Once an intern has demonstrated competency in our programs, they are given the opportunity to lead athletes through training sessions. Interns learn to adjust protocols according to skill, ability and the conditioning level of each athlete. Interns are also responsible for keeping charts and doing a minimal amount of office and cleaning duties.

Qualifications: Two years collegiate studies in an accredited program, with a major in: Kinesiology, Health/Fitness, Exercise Science, Sports Medicine, Sports Administration, Business or Biomechanics. Applicants should be energetic, enthusiastic and possess excellent interpersonal communication skills. Experience working with athletes or playing athletics is a plus. Sports training experience in the fields of girls/boys lacrosse, football, baseball, basketball and many others (diving, sqaush, goalies, etc).

Work Requirements: Determined by university’s credit requirements. A minimum commitment of 200 hours is required.

Availability: Year-round.