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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.

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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: Official
Men's Officials Education Program Manager - US Lacrosse (Baltimore, MD)

US Lacrosse, the national governing body of lacrosse, announces an opening for a Men’s Officials Education Program Manager in Baltimore, Maryland. If you’re looking for a dynamic atmosphere surrounded by supportive, fun and passionate co-workers, then US Lacrosse is the place to be.

About US Lacrosse:
US Lacrosse, a 501(c) (3) nonprofit association is the national governing body of lacrosse. The organization has over 425,000 individual members within 67 regional chapters throughout the country and employs a national staff of more than 80 at its Baltimore headquarters. US Lacrosse provides a leadership role in virtually every aspect of the sport throughout the United States, and offers numerous programs and services to its national membership and more than one million lacrosse enthusiasts throughout the country.

General Description:
Manages the daily operations of the US Lacrosse men’s game officials’ education program including certification, content development, and clinics. Is responsible for the effective implementation, delivery, growth, marketing and administration of the programs and its related components.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities:
• Works with officials’ education staff to administer all aspects of the US Lacrosse official’s education and certification/re-certification programs including but not limited to content development/maintenance, delivery/implementation of program, reporting, promotion/awareness and adoption of by the national lacrosse community.
• With working groups, responsible for annual updates of training materials, dissemination of updates and overall consistency of USL standards for training.
• Evolves training materials for more effective delivery and learning.
• Oversees men’s officials trainer certification programs
• Oversees national training structure volunteer opportunities,
• Maintains current lists and terms.
• Communicates training information and updates to these groups regularly.
• Manages men’s officials training group including participation, terms, meetings, goal setting, agenda creation and facilitation of meetings and projects.
• Runs national observation, mentoring and scholarship programs including the budgeting, planning, organizing and scheduling
• With the women’s officials education program manager coordinates and publicizes national officials’ training, education and professional development opportunities; as necessary, manages staffing of events and trainer reimbursements; provides reports and event performance for each.
• Works with women’s game officials’ education program manager to stock materials, distribute and track revenue and inventory for officials’ material orders.
• Works with Programs and Special Events Departments to incorporate men’s officials training into other US Lacrosse events and grassroots programs.
• Works with regional development staff to assist chapters in effective support of officials through US Lacrosse’s training programs.
• Works with officials education staff to ensure consistency and standardization across all USL officiating programs, education and events, both men’s and women’s.
• Implements and organizes the officials education and trainer tracks and program presence at the US Lacrosse National Convention in partnership with the senior manager of officials’ education
• Administers, promotes and tracks men’s online educational tests.
• Develops and delivers junior officiating program tools and resources to officiating groups.
• Develops men’s game officials training resources including videos, tip sheets etc.
• Oversees, develops and updates all content, resources and management tools on the US Lacrosse CentralHub on ArbiterSports platform for officials.
• Identifies and implements strategies to support local officiating groups and foster adoption of US Lacrosse education, training and certification standards.
• Works with sponsorship and marketing/communications groups to identify and implement incentive and discount programs for officials and officiating associations to reduce barriers to entry.
• Works with senior manager of officials’ education to develop annual officials training budgets related to program delivery.
• Ensures men’s officials’ information on is current, accessible and pertinent.
• Oversees and is ultimately responsible for data entry, tracking and reporting of men’s officials’ training credentials and certifications and related metrics. Utilizes the organizational AMS to manage and track all data.
• Provides training figures for various US Lacrosse publications, presentations, etc.
• Assists in preparation of officials training updates for US Lacrosse Board of Directors meetings.
• Works with IT Department to improve function and efficiency for maintenance of official registration, tracking, and training information.
• Presents information about USL’s men’s game officials’ education and training programs to outside entities, volunteer groups and others as requested.
• Answers inquiries regarding men’s game officiating via telephone and e-mail.
• Works with other USL volunteer groups as necessary.
• Regularly attend US Lacrosse events.
• Occasional evening and weekend work and travel as needed.
• Other duties as assigned.

Required Skills, Education and Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree required; and a background/training in an educational field preferred.
• 3-5 years work experience in education, training, program development, non-profit management, or other related field.
• 3-5 years of involvement officiating the sport of lacrosse; preferably with men’s game experience.
• Ability to creatively solve problems independently and effectively while considering multiple points of view.
• Ability to communicate clearly, both verbally and in writing with diplomacy with a customer service focus.
• Ability to set goals and to develop short term and long term plans
• Ability to initiate and work independently in a fast-paced environment and give strong attention to detail.
• Ability to represent both the men’s game and women’s game of lacrosse. 
• Knowledge of basic computer applications such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook; database experience-TMA Personify knowledge a plus.
• Has a passion for the mission and vision of the organization.
• Video editing experience highly desirable

Work Conditions and Physical Requirements:
• While performing the duties of this job, the employee regularly works in outside weather conditions, including occasional extreme temperatures.
• Lift and move boxes, supplies and equipment up to 20-50 lbs.

All applicants must submit a cover letter and minimum salary requirements for consideration.  Relocation expenses are not included.  Applications will start to be reviewed during the last week of July.

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 in education, training, program development or non-profit management?
2. How many years have you been involved in officiating the sport of lacrosse?
3. What is your minimum salary requirement?

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Athlete Management/Coaching: Team Administration/Operations
Director of Coaching and Talent Systems - USA Field Hockey (Lancaster, PA)

Principal Activities
USA Field Hockey is the National Governing Body for Field Hockey in the USA and is responsible for the development from grass roots to elite activities.
USA Field Hockey is looking for someone who is an excellent communicator who can establish strong relationships across a wide network of stakeholders both internally in the sport and externally.  The Director of Coaching and Talent Systems will lead the organization’s coaching and talent strategy, increase the quality and quantity of coaching services throughout the talent system and improve the identification, development and confirmation of talent. The successful individual will demonstrate a track record for success and have a track record in delivering on coaching and talent strategic and operational plans.
The role:
1. Lead and manage the USAFH Coaching and Talent System at all levels.
2. Lead, design and implement the USAFH Coaching and Talent Education Plan. 
3. Review the current Player Syllabus.
4. Disseminate coaching philosophy of national teams through to coaches at all levels in the talent system with effective coach education communication tools.
5. Lead on all hockey content for all Coaching Certification Levels 1-3.
6. Lead on development of a high performance coach program.
7. Chair USAFH Coaching and Talent Committees.

Position reports to Director of High Performance or, if this position is vacant, to the Executive Director.

Duties include, but are not limited to:
1. Leadership, management and operations.
2. Strategic and operational planning.
3. Communications, internal and external relations.
4. Annual budget planning and preparation.
5. Ad hoc assignments at the request of the Executive Director or High Performance Director.

1. Leadership and management of the Coaching and Talent Program across USAFH.  
2. Managing the recruitment of system coaching and talent staff within USAFH recruitment guidelines.
3. Undertake appropriate meetings and briefings as required.
4. Attendance at relevant internal USAFH meetings.
5. Lead the direction of all areas of Coaching and Talent activity within the organization.

1. Support the Executive Director and High Performance Director on the preparation of the strategic plan and relevant funding submissions.
2. Lead the development and implementation of the USAFH Coaching and Talent Plan.
3. Work closely with the USAFH staff to design and develop the coaching and talent pathway.
4. Support, where appropriate, the development of all USAFH Coaching and Talent Policies. 
5. Work with any relevant internal staff or external partners on strategic and operational planning.
6. Annual preparation of coaching and talent operational plans and budgets.

1. Oversee relationships and communication messages with all deliverers and stakeholders in the USAFH Coaching and Talent System.
2. Disseminate coaching philosophy of national teams through to coaches at all levels in the talent system with effective coach education communication tools.
3. Develop and promote USAFH resources and services.
4. Prepare reports and articles for communication through the USAFH website, regional and hockey publications.

1. A minimum of 4 years relevant experience of which at least 2 years must be in a senior management role and include staff management and development, preferably with international athletes in a coaching and talent role.
2. A good understanding of current performance standards and development in international hockey.
3. Experience and knowledge of other sports coaching and talent systems at a high performance level.
4. Knowledge of latest coaching and talent development methods and standards applied in leading sporting nations.
5. Demonstrate the ability to communicate, influence and inspire talent, coaches and staff.
6. Experience with leading and managing a Team.
7. Experience with working with volunteers.

Skills and Qualities
1. Strategic thinker with an understanding of operational needs.
2. Creative thinker of coaching and talent solutions.
3. Highly motivated and results oriented with the drive to achieve targets.
4. Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills.
5. Strong leadership and management skills supported by integrity and confidentiality.
6. An understanding of working with volunteers.
7. Influence, build and maintain effective internal and external relationships.
8. The ability to multi-task and prioritize.
9. A team player with an open and consultative style and optimistic approach.
10. Open and transparent in all aspects of work.
11. Strong computer/ technical skills.

1. Bachelor of Science in Applicable Discipline (Graduate Degree Preferred)

This is a full time exempt position with nights, weekends and travel required as necessary. This position will be based at the Nook, in Lancaster, PA. Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Attractive benefit package offered.

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Athlete Management/Coaching: Team Administration/Operations
Director of Club Rugby - USA Rugby (Boulder, CO)

USA Rugby is seeking an organized, creative and broad-thinking individual to oversee the Club Rugby Department. This individual will work within the Rugby Development department to organize and develop Rugby in the United States at the Adult club level.

To oversee the development and growth of adult club rugby in the United States. To facilitate the development and strengthening of competitions of both the 15’s and 7’s versions of the game and to continue to foster the growth of the local union administration of the game to achieve growth, retention and enjoyment for all participant of the club level of Rugby in the US.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
• Support the implementation of the strategies laid out in the USA Rugby Strategic Plan:
o Develop and formalize the local club rugby administration structure by working with local unions and organizations to improve the number and quality of services that can be provided at the local level to develop club rugby
o Develop and oversee strategies for the recruitment and retention of club level rugby players within the game
o Assist in the steering of the Elite level of club competition nationally to create an integral component of the player pathway toward international rugby

• Create and launch club rugby development initiatives designed to improve the membership experience at the club level:
o Work closely with local unions to identify areas for development and improvement of the game experience for members at the club level
o Outline development strategies and define prioritization of programs and timelines and goals for implementation
o Align available club development resources with prioritized strategies for maximum return on revenue reinvestment

• Assist in the organizational development of multiple, autonomous local organizations to enable the development of a solid framework for the provision of services locally and regionally:
o Creation of best practice materials and development of solid distribution strategy for maximum utilization
o Develop strong working relationships with local union leadership to work in partnership across various game development and competition issues
o Exercise creativity in addressing the pressing and changing concerns of local organizations and clubs for the continued improvement of the rugby experience at the club level

• Work as integral member of several USA Rugby committees as official organizational representative :
o Serve as ex-officio or full member of USA Rugby’s Club strategic Committee, National Competitions Committee, Elite competition committee and ad hoc committees as required
o Develop committee structures and work with volunteer constituents to populate and make committees functional
o Organize committee call schedules and overview of committee direction on major initiatives
o Provide National Office perspective across various department to facilitate committee progress toward target goals and outcomes within resource or structure constraints

Education & Qualifications:
• Highly cooperative consensus builder
• Membership services organization experience desired
• Strong customer service skills a must
• Previous departmental P&L budget management experience preferred
• Previous personnel management experience
• Knowledge of American club rugby structure highly desired
• Rugby experience preferred
• Rugby Administrator experience preferred
• Bachelor Degree or equivalent qualification preferred

Other Information:
• Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States.
• Relocation expenses will not be provided by USA Rugby.
• Reports directly to Director of Rugby Operations

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

1. What is your compensation requirement? Please provide an hourly amount. Please do not answer

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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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