Head Coach - U11AA (Barracudas - Burlington Girls Hockey Club)

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The Burlington Girls Hockey Club is currently seeking applicants for Head Coach of the Burlington Barracudas U11AA Hockey team.  

The appointment would commence for the 2024-2025 season.  

A competitive stipend will be provided for a Non-parent coach.

The Burlington Girls Hockey Club, home of the Barracudas, serves the Burlington community through the pursuit of hockey excellence providing opportunities for elite competition through our High-Performance Strategy. We pride ourselves on attracting excellent athletes who have a strong desire to compete against the best female hockey players in Ontario. BGHC has placed players on U Sports, NCAA, Team Ontario and Team Canada. This all starts with our non-competitive U7 house league teams and continues on to the OWHA – U22 Elite - Junior (formerly Provincial Women’s Hockey League). The Burlington Barracudas is one of only a handful of Ontario organizations that run teams at the highest level of competition in all age categories, from U9 through to OWHA - U22. 


Coaching, development, recruitment and retention of athletes for the U18AA program.

Organize and coordinate try-outs, camps, practices, competitions and tournaments working alongside the Team Manager.

Provide the necessary conditions in alignment with the goals, policies and procedures of Hockey Canada, OWHA and the BGHC High Performance strategy. Work collaboratively with current interim Head and Assistant coaches in providing an effective transition of responsibilities.



Minimal Coaching Certification, Development 1 Certification

Completed Respect in Sport

Criminal records check and vulnerable sector screening



High level of integrity, professionalism and accountability

High level of hockey knowledge of technical and tactical elements of hockey

Elite level women’s hockey experiences with winning track record an asset

High knowledge of player safety and well-being

Excellent communication, organizational and coordination skills

High ability to foster a collective team environment

Budgeting, finance and technical skills an asset


The BGHC invites applications from all qualified individuals, while encouraging Non-Parent applicants to step forward. The BGHC is committed to equity and diversity in the workplace and welcomes applicants from women, members of racialized groups, visible minorities, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, persons of any sexual orientation, and persons of any gender identity or gender expression.


Please submit your completed resume and application to the Director of Coaching Mike Tarantino at [email protected]

This Job Posting closes Friday, September 29th at 5pm.