Current available jobs in Athlete Management/Coaching:
» Talent Identification Coordinator - United States Soccer Federation (Chicago, IL)
» Project Director, High Performance Programs - US Equestrian Federation (Gladstone, NJ)
» National Team Athletic Trainer (ATC) - USA Boxing (Colorado Springs, CO)
Athlete Management/Coaching: Player Personnel/Scout
Talent Identification Coordinator - United States Soccer Federation (Chicago, IL)
U.S. Soccer Overview
We are U.S. Soccer and we are the future of sport in the United States. Our mission is to make soccer the preeminent sport in the United States. We embrace diversity, technology and global connections to drive the growth of our sport and serve our athletes and fans. We are seeking motivated, passionate, skillful people who can think, create and work on a team.
U.S. Soccer is a growing company that looks for team members to grow with it. U.S. Soccer offers a comprehensive compensation package, casual work environment, an inclusive culture and an atmosphere for professional development.
The Talent Identification Department is dedicated to identifying elite players that are of the requisite quality and eligible to compete at the international level for the United States. This candidate will be highly organized and able to support the Director of Talent Identification and a large network of National Team staff, technical leaders and Development Academy Technical Advisors and scouts in an administrative capacity. A Coordinator in this role should also be comfortable with extracting, manipulating and interpreting data across multiple scouting/player data platforms and communicating that information effectively.
Working at U.S. Soccer is a unique opportunity. Employees who work at U.S. Soccer have the following attributes:
Athlete Management/Coaching: Team Administration/Operations
Project Director, High Performance Programs - US Equestrian Federation (Gladstone, NJ)
US Equestrian seeks an organized and flexible individual familiar with equestrian sports and high performance programs to manage the central programs for the US Equestrian’s High Performance Sport Department. Reporting directly to the Director of Sport, the Project Director provides leadership to key cross-discipline programs, the High Performance Program Annual Review, and the logistics preparations and delivery for U.S. Equestrian Teams at the World, Pan Am, Olympic, and Paralympic Games. The role includes overseeing the Sport Programs Assistant in providing advanced administrative assistance to the Director of Sport and managing the Equestrian Teams’ clothing (equine and human) inventory and team equipment.
The position will manage the development and delivery of the Human and Equine Sports Science and Medicine Programs including developing the delivery plans and budget, coordinating practitioners, and identifying performance enhancing opportunities. The Director will lead on preparations for and the delivery of the new in-person Program Annual Review and will be a key person in identifying and following up on learning opportunities. The Director will also play a central role in developing and delivering “off horse” educational opportunities. The Project Director will take on a major role in Games preparation for Olympic Games, Pan Am Games and World Equestrian Games which include duties such as logistics, accommodation, tickets, registration, accreditation, transportation, equipment packing, and import/export paperwork. The Director will work closely with the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) staff in completing requests specific to Games initiatives and be responsible for managing USOC databases for Games registration, Elite Athlete Health Insurance, Op Gold Events, and Staff Selection Procedures. This position will also be responsible for maintaining inventory control on both human and equine clothing and equipment. The Director works closely with all Disciplines, Marketing and Communications, Legal and IT departments to develop a trusting relationship and to create a clear communication pathway.
The Project Director will be responsible for overseeing the submission and review of all the FEI discipline’s accounting requests; scheduling meetings for the Sport Department, International Disciplines Council and Athletes Advisory Committee; producing agendas; drafting minutes; and handling rule submissions. This role serves as the liaison with the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, communicates clean sport initiatives to the athletes, organizes educational presentations, schedules testing events and submits necessary paperwork to the FEI regarding athlete’s use of medication. In fulfilling these responsibilities, this position interacts with executive and senior management, staff, members, committees, sponsors, sponsor prospects, the USET Foundation, USOC, FEI, and various affiliate bodies as well as the general public. Maintaining confidentiality is a primary requirement of this position. This position requires a “no job to big or small” attitude and someone who can stay one step ahead in a fast-paced environment. A flexible schedule with frequent night/weekend work and travel is required.
EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree required. Six years of directly-related experience may substitute for Bachelor’s degree.
EXPERIENCE: At least three years of professional work experience required, preferably in a sport environment. Knowledge of, or experience in, the international equestrian sport is preferred. Knowledge of Sports Science & Medicine programs and/or athlete development programs is beneficial. Experience of Olympic or World-level Games is also beneficial.
SKILLS & ABILITIES: The ideal candidate is extremely outgoing and has strong communication skills. Must be independent, detail-oriented, and a quick study who is willing to go the extra step to get the job done. Must be proficient in the use of all Microsoft Office software. Frequent travel is required.
**Please attach a resume in either Word document or PDF format. Applications that do not meet this requirement will not be considered.**
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Athlete Management/Coaching: Athletic Trainer/Physical Therapy/Doctor
National Team Athletic Trainer (ATC) - USA Boxing (Colorado Springs, CO)
The USA Boxing National Team Athletic Trainer is a hybrid position that works with both USA Boxing and the USOC Sports Medicine Department. The main function of the National Team Athletic Trainer is to provide medical support to USA Boxing’s National Teams during training camps, competitions and the resident program. The National Team Athletic Trainer works closely with the National Team Coaches and National Teams Manager of USA Boxing, as well as USOC Sports Medicine Team.
Duties & Responsibilities
This job description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions; management reserves the right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.
Licensure and Certifications
Skills and Competencies Required
Position Type: Exempt, Regular, Full-time
Reports to: High Performance Director
Supervisory Role: None
Salary Range: $50,000 - $55,000 to start
Working conditions: Office building with cubicles; medical clinic setting
Irregular hours, 40+ hours per week
Travel is required several times a year; sometimes for extended periods
USA Boxing does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, gender, age, handicap, or veteran status. All qualified applicants will be given equal opportunity. Selection decisions are based upon job-related factors. All employees must pass a background screening.
Application deadline: May 1, 2017
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