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Athlete Management/Coaching: Equipment Manager
Facility Manager/ITRC Assistant Coach - International Bowling Campus (Arlington, TX)


The primary responsibilities of this position are to be the Facility Manager and Pro-Shop Manager of the ITRC.  Primary duties include the operation of the ITRC bowling pro-shop, coordinate schedules and events with other staff members and to perform the necessary tasks required to operate the facility in an efficient manner.

SUPERVISED BY:   Executive Director of BPAA and USBC Managing Director


The duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

* Familiarity with all aspects of bowling pro-shop operations including the operation of ball drilling machines
* Fit, measure and drill bowling balls for pro-shop customers 
* Maintain inventory levels and reorder/stocking
* Schedule/coordinate camps, Bowling Combine and other events
* Prepare facility for corporate events 
* Maintain and track budget for facility

Note: Responsibilities ranked at 1-3 are considered to be essential job functions, meaning the job was designed to do & accomplish that task.  Responsibilities ranked at 4-5 are considered to be marginal job functions; meaning if the position didn’t do that task, the job itself would not be materially altered.


* High school education and four years trade experience required.
* Experience with Word, MS Office, POS, Internet required.
* Experience with public speaking preferred, preferable on bowling related topics.
* Must be able to work independently with little supervision and multi-task in a professional manner.
* Strong project managment skills are required.
* Good problem solving, creative thinking and analytical skills are required.
* Excellent customer service skills are required.
* Ability to work independently and within a team environment with minimum supervision.
* USBC Coaching and IBPSIA Certified required.
* Complete understanding of USBC Ball Motion Study Phase 1 & 2.

* Ability to pack, unpack and lift (up to 70 pounds) boxes.
* Ability to operate heavy machinery.
* Ability to stand for extended periods of time.

The International Bowling Campus offers a competitive starting salary with excellent full-time benefits including health, dental, life insurance, short-term disability, 401k, tuition reimbursement, and paid time off.

To learn more about our company, visit

IBC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and participates in E-Verify.

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Athlete Management/Coaching: Coach
Development Coach - United States Soccer Federation (Carson, CA)













U.S. Soccer Overview


U.S. Soccer, a non-profit organization, is the National Governing Body for the sport of soccer in the United States. Its mission is to make soccer, in all its forms, a preeminent sport in the United States and to continue the development of soccer at all levels.




Position Overview


A Development Coach will assist in scouting and maintaining a national data base by tracking elite youth players for all of U.S. Soccer’s (Girls) Youth National Teams. Assist US Soccer’s National Training Center Initiative locally, regionally and nationally. Lead our efforts to identify and develop YNT players within a specified geographical area.  Educate and develop coaches in pipeline serving the girls/women’s game.




Primary Duties


  • Responsible for scouting prospective youth club and college players locally, regionally and nationally.

  • Work closely with Scout Manager on developing a national database of youth players for scouting purposes of all ages and positions.

  • Scout all age-groups at identified regional and national events.

  • Assist with coordination of US Soccer’s National Training Centers Initiative on the girl’s side of the game.

  • Lead Training Centers in geographical region.

  • Coordinate and track Training Center evaluations and data entry of players of all ages and positions for long-term tracking.

  • Produce clear and concise reports tracking age-group players.

  • Maintain proactive communication and positive relationships with women’s youth national team coaches and Directors.

  • Build mutually beneficial relationships with club and college coaches.

  • Serve as a certified national instructor at US Soccer Coaching Schools.

  • Design and implement various other duties as assigned.






  • Bachelor’s degree required

  • USSF “A” License required

  • 10 years of experience coaching girls and women required

  • Proven history of developing elite players and teams

  • 5 years of Coaching Education experience

  • Confident and influential presentation skills

  • Strong verbal, written and in-person communication skills

  • Excellent organizational and leadership skills

  • Experience working in fast-paced, demanding, team-oriented environments

  • Ability to prioritize and manage a number of different projects simultaneously

  • Proficient with Outlook, Word, Powerpoint and Excel

  • Proficient on computer with video editing, animation, and graphic software

  • Full-time position, minimum 40 hour work week

  • Extensive travel required




Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. How many years of experience do you have coaching elite female soccer players 13-18 years of age?
2. Please list any Youth National Team players you have helped develop.
3. What year did you attain your US Soccer 'A' license?
4. How many years of experience do you have coaching coaches?

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Athlete Management/Coaching: Coach
Manager, Coaching Education Programs - USA Football (Indianapolis, IN)

Summary: USA Football is seeking an experienced and highly motivated manager to oversee the growth and development of its coach education program.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Lead the development of USA Football’s long-term Coach Education Program strategy
  • Consult with top coach education experts, member coaches and USA Football’s expert committees to ensure our courses and clinics are assembled with the right content
  • Ensure courses are built in conjunction with standards set by the National Council for Accreditation of Coaching Education (NCACE)
  • Oversee the build out of course curriculums including how they intersect with key programs and player safety initiative including Heads Up Football
  • Work with the USA Football digital team to ensure our Learning Management System offers the right features to maximize content retention
  • Maintain database of approved teaching drills and fundamentals to be taught by coaches


Education: Bachelor’s degree is required. 
Experience: At least five years working in education program development and management is required (experience with a national sports organization such as a NGB is a plus). Football coaching experience is preferred - but not required - however, a working knowledge of the game and its fundamentals is necessary.   

Skills: Must be skilled at developing coaching education content and working with Learning Management Systems.  Proven project management experience is required. Excellent written and communication skills are necessary. Candidates must be a self-starter, a great teammate and one who takes ownership of their responsibilities.


• Full-time, exempt position located at USA Football's headquarters in Indianapolis
• All employees must pass a background screening and provide professional references

Please, no phone calls or emails regarding this posting.
Phone calls and emails cannot be returned.

About USA Football

USA Football, the sport’s national governing body in the United States, leads the game’s development, inspires participation and ensures a positive experience for all youth, high school and adult amateur players. USA Football's leading program is Heads Up Football - a program  which teaches coaches, parents and players how to play better, safer football.  USA Football delivers hundreds of football training events annually to support its mission. USA Football is the exclusive youth football development partner of the NFL and each of its 32 teams. America’s sole member of the International Federation of American Football (IFAF), USA Football manages U.S. national teams for international competition. The non-profit, Indianapolis-based USA Football was endowed by the NFL Youth Football Fund. 

Note: This position was originally posted on the NFL Football Jobs employment site. To ensure that your application is considered for this position, please click here to apply for this job on the NFL Football Jobs employment site.

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Athlete Management/Coaching: Team Administration/Operations
Trampoline & Tumbling Program Director - USA Gymnastics (Indianapolis, IN)

USA Gymnastics is currently accepting applications for Trampoline & Tumbling Program Director. This position is responsible for the overall management and supervision of the Trampoline and Tumbling program for USA Gymnastics. See below for a complete job description and for more details on how to apply.

General Description
This position is responsible for overall management and supervision of the Tumbling and Trampoline (T&T) Program for USA Gymnastics. This individual is responsible for execution of the annual strategic plan, budget, coordination with the volunteer structure, and athlete development and programs ranging from grassroots to the National Team.

Specific Responsibilities

  • Develop and oversee of the annual T&T Program budget.
  • Develop and monitor performance against USA Gymnastics’ strategic plan.
  • Coordinate development of annual High Performance Plan, including activities of the National Team and athlete development pipeline.
  • Work closely with the High Performance Coordinator and relevant committees to maximize international competitive opportunities.
  • Act as a liaison with the U.S. Olympic Committee to maintain a mutually beneficial relationship in such areas as Selection Procedures, Olympic credentials, resource allocation, etc.
  • Establish a strong supportive relationship between USA Gymnastics administration, National Team Coaches and other personnel.
  • Coordinate the development and implementation of selection procedures for major international competitions, including World Championships, Pan Am Games and Olympic Games.
  • Ensure anti-doping compliance with the appropriate regulatory bodies.
  • Facilitate the organization of training camps and other domestic activities.
  • Review the support programs for athletes, coaches, and clubs.
  • Oversee grassroots, Junior Olympic, and Athlete Development programs and the Rules and Policies for the T&T program.
  • Coordinate all technical aspects of the T&T program competitions.
  • Develop technical materials and other professional development opportunities for USA Gymnastics University that benefit the gymnastics community and growth of the sport.
  • All other duties as assigned.

Candidate must have a BA/BS in a related field. The candidate should have five or more years experience in sports administration, management, or similar field with demonstrated leadership ability. Familiarity with gymnastics, Trampoline and Tumbling, and/or Olympic sports is desired. The preferred candidate is a highly organized individual with excellent written and oral communication skills as well as proficiency in Microsoft Office programs. Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment and prioritize multiple assignments. This position is based in Indianapolis, Indiana. Domestic and international travel is required.

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Athlete Management/Coaching: Team Administration/Operations
Coaching Programs Coordinator - USA Track & Field (Indianapolis, IN)

BASIC FUNCTION:  Provide support to a variety of Coaching Education and High Performance programs.


  • Coordinate coaching-related activities including the Level 1, Level 2 and Youth Level 2 coaching education schools and the Podium Education Project (PEP).  Duties include, but are not limited to:

               o   database and website management

               o   event planning and logistics

               o    registration

               o   distribute materials

               o   customer service

               o   main point of contact for coaching education schools and activities

               o   coordination with Coaching Education Committee

               o   review financial statements, process refunds/transfers

               o   budgeting

               o   troubleshooting

  • Provides support for the Coaches Registry.
  • Manages online coaching education program.
  • Assists with credentialing process of coaches at National Championships.
  • Administrative support to the Coaching Education and Coaches Advisory Committees.
  • Provides support to other projects and events in the High Performance Division as needed.


  • Bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • 1-2 years of relevant experience.
  • The ability to work independently and manage various projects concurrently.
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly and effectively and handle conflict resolution in a professional manner.
  • Demonstrated ability to organize information and present it in a clear and concise manner.
  • Experience with Microsoft Office software, including Word, Excel and Power Point.

 PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Ability to lift and move boxes up to 30 pounds.

 NON-PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Available for travel and working weekends several times a year

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Athlete Management/Coaching: Coach - Elite Athlete Coach
Volunteer, Women's National Team - USA Volleyball (Anaheim, CA)








Volunteer, Women’s National Team




Job Description


The USA Volleyball Women’s National Team is looking for volunteer coaches for both the Summer and Winter Training Blocks. Volunteer coaches have the opportunity to work closely with the top female athletes in the world, as well as with the Women’s National Team staff, including Head Coach Karch Kiraly. Part of the USA Women’s National Team mission is to push the boundaries of the sport, so volunteer coaches often have the opportunity to assist with new learning and teaching methods, new studies to gain insight into the game, and other tasks and projects that will help our USA players be the best in the world.  As such, a familiarity with and willingness to learn technology and its uses are essential for a volunteer coach.



The Winter Training Block began Monday, January 27 and runs through Friday, March 21. Volunteers are mostly requested for the final four weeks of the block.



The Summer Training Block begins the first week of May and runs through mid-September. For both the Winter and Summer Training Block, practice sessions are 8:30-11:30am, with office hours for the staff (video analysis, scouting, etc) running until about 6:00pm. Depending on the level of involvement and responsibilities, volunteers may be needed for some or all of this time.  Prospective volunteers should plan for at least a two week commitment, in order to maximize their learning opportunities.



Volunteers must provide their own housing and transportation to and from the American Sports Center in Anaheim, California where the National Team trains. However, there are also opportunities to be involved with video scouting and study from a distance, for coaches who are not able to spend significant time in Anaheim.



Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to:


  • Assisting with all aspects of practice sessions

  • Helping to set up practice courts and facilitate practice sessions

  • Assisting with practice video, replay technologies, etc.

  • Compiling scouting information, helping organize scouting reports

  • Video study: compiling video montages for USA players

  • Video study: charting and studying international matches

  • Statistical analysis

  • Assisting with USA Red-Blue exhibition matches, including match setup, fan experience, etc.



  • Volleyball coaching and/or playing experience (duties assigned in proportion to experience)

  • Experience with or willingness to learn various technology-related applications including Excel, DataVolley, Dartfish, and Kinovea.

  • Must become a USA Volleyball member and successfully pass a USA Volleyball background screening

  • USA Volleyball IMPACT certified or completion of IMPACT certification by end of two week commitment.

  • Most importantly, a great attitude, an open mind, and willingness to learn.




 Review of Applicants will begin immediately and continue as assistance is required.


USA Volleyball (USAV) is the National Governing Body (NGB) for the sports of volleyball and beach volleyball in the United States and is recognized by the Federation International de Volleyball (FIVB) and the United States Olympic Committee (USOC).


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