The NHL and its teams offer a wide variety of entry-level jobs for new college grads. Summer is definitely the time to look for a job with the NHL.

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Considering that it’s July, you probably don’t have hockey on your mind right now, unless, of course, you’re sweltering in a room without air conditioning dreaming of the cool air inside the rink. The offseason is a time for National Hockey League Teams to address their needs, and that isn’t only about the personnel who wear ice skates. It looks to us like summer is a big hiring time with NHL teams, so while most people are focused on baseball and the Olympics, you should get back into that hockey mindset and try to find a job with an NHL Team.

Entry-Level Jobs with the NHL Teams

We’re going to keep the description to a minimum today, because there are so many jobs in so many fields from so many teams. There’s no way that we can generalize about these opportunities, so what we did was we ran through all of the jobs offered by the NHL and its teams and identified all of the positions that look appropriate for new college grads. The NHL’s Jobs site is built on the same job board software that we talked about when we covered the NFL’s entry-level jobs. We generally like it. It’s easy to navigate, and you can apply for the jobs easily online. When we covered the NFL’s jobs, we organized everything by team, but with the NHL we did it by field. Occasionally the league includes its jobs as well as jobs with other closely related organizations, but for the most part you will find entry-level jobs with NHL teams below.

Communications

Public Relations Coordinator – Boston Bruins (Boston, MA)

Creative Content Coordinator – Detroit Red Wings (Detroit, MI)

Manager of Communications – Columbus Blue Jackets (Columbus, Ohio)

Finance and Accounting

Staff Accountant – New Jersey Devils (Newark, NJ)

Staff Accountant – Dallas Stars/Cedar Park Event Center (Cedar Park, TX)

Hockey Operations

Road Tour Staff – New York Rangers (Tarrytown, NY)

Sales and Marketing

Seasonal Coordinator – Anaheim Ducks (Anaheim, CA)

Manager, Membership Development – USA Hockey (Colorado Springs, CO)

Guest Services Specialist – Washington Capitals (Washington, DC)

Game Day Premium Seating Concierge (Part-Time) – Pittsburgh Penguins (Pittsburgh, PA)

Inside Sales Representative – Atlanta Thrashers/Atlanta Spirit LLC (Atlanta, GA)

Ticket Sales Representative – Boston Bruins (Boston, MA)

Inside Sales Representative – Anaheim Ducks (Anaheim, CA)

Account Executive – Dallas Sales Office – Dallas Stars (Dallas, TX)

Inside Sales Representative – New Jersey Devils (Newark, NJ)

Inside Sales Representative – Phoenix Coyotes (Glendale, AZ)

Inside Sales Representative – Washington Capitals (Arlington, VA)

Account Executive, Ticket Sales – Dallas Stars/Cedar Park Event Center (Cedar Park, TX)

Account Executive, Ticket Sales – Los Angeles Kings (Los Angeles, CA)

Inside Sales Representative – Florida Panthers (Sunrise, FL)

Group Sales Account Executive – Florida Panthers (Sunrise, FL)

Technical Services

Assistant Information Services Manager – Tampa Bay Lightning (Tampa, FL)

Videographer / Production Assistant – Philadelphia Flyers (Philadelphia, PA)

The quality of job descriptions on these openings varies based on which team wrote them, but for the most part the NHL teams do a good job of identifying exactly what they’re looking for in candidates. Summer looks like a great time to get a job with the NHL, so get out of the penalty box and start researching.

Links to Help You Begin Your Research

I was just reading some articles about some hockey players from Cornell who graduated (or didn’t) with me and how much they’re making in their “entry-level jobs.” I think that they made the right choice.

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