Work With Us: Executive Assistant/Academy Registrar

Oct 22, 2019

The Okanagan Hockey Group (OHG) is hiring an Executive Assistant/Academy Registrar for its corporate office in Penticton.  

Summary of responsibilities:

The Executive Assistant/Academy Registrar reports to the Vice President and is accountable for the administration of the OHG academy registrations, administrative support for senior management and customer service/reception duties.    

Primary accountabilities include:

  • Academy Registrar
    • Manage and execute the on-line student athlete enrollment process for Penticton, Edmonton and Ontario.
    • Liaise with school boards, governing hockey organizations and other stakeholders. 
  • Recruiting Support
    • Scheduling family and athlete meeting and tours
    • Monitor requests for marketing materials and follow up with potential families
  • Executive Assistant – Senior Management
    • Manage calendars and travel for VPs
    • Provide general office support to Academy General Managers (Penticton, Edmonton, Ontario) 
  • Corporate Customer Service/Reception
    • Act as first point of contact for customers/suppliers etc.

The successful candidate demonstrates excellent customer service and has strong administrative, organizational and time management skills.  In addition the candidate demonstrates the ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, to staff, athletes, parents and other stakeholders.  The candidate requires a Certificate in Office Administration and/or related experience.  The candidate must be proficient in Microsoft Office and data management.

Application Process:

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their cover letter and resume to 

Application Closing Date: October 31, 2019.  Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.   The review of resumes will begin immediately.


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