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Administration/General Management: Administrative/Executive Assistant
Center Inspection Coordinator - United States Bowling Congress (Arlington, TX)

Team up with the United States Bowling Congress (USBC) and have a fulfilling and fun career ensuring a Future for the Sport of Bowling.  USBC is recognized by the United States Olympic Committee as the national governing body for the Sport of Bowling and is a membership organization. We provide standardized rules, regulations, and benefits to make bowling fair and fun for everyone. 

USBC is seeking a talented Center Inspection Coordinator to join our team. This dedicated individual will be responsible for all matters in lane inspections, certifications, and lane dressing inspections. The Center Inspection Coordinator will support all customer issues pertaining to lane dressing and center certification inspections along with updating training curriculums and occasionally conducting training classes for local association lane inspectors. This individual will be responsible for making the final determination for annual dressing inspection reports while maintaining or updating various forms and procedure manuals.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

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

  • Coordinate the certification and inspection process with the local association managers
  • Verify that all centers are certified annually and in a timely manner
  • Gather, enter, and track certification and lane inspection data
  • Produce monthly letter for distribution listing non-certified and pending centers
  • Maintain detailed records for over 4,000 certified bowling centers
  • Advise and support local associations and bowling centers in certification and lane dressing inspection procedures
  • Review center certification status for award scores
  • Oversee annual lane man award (JJ Award)
  • Compose E-news articles to promote certification process
  • Read lane tapes, calibrate lane tools and equipment, issue certificates, update center information and record data
  • Create and implement continuous improvements in the certification process
  • Serve as subject matter expert regarding lane dressing and certification inspections
  • Update lane inspection forms and instructional manuals, supply forms, and develop committee reports
  • Assist teammates within the department

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Associate; Bachelor’s Degree a plus
  • Exceptional customer service and conflict resolution skills
  • Excellent decision-making and interpretation of policies. Able to make recommendations and accept accountability for decisions made
  • Must be able to follow complex time-lines and stay up-to-date with many certification related processes
  • Strong analytical and math skills
  • Superior communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Effective organization skills. Able to prioritize work, manage multiple assignments, and meet deadlines
  • Intermediate proficiency with MS Office software, especially Outlook and Excel, as well as specialized internal software
  • Able to work independently with little or no supervision as well as part of a team
  • Knowledge of bowling required

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  • Ability to work extended periods of time on computer required
  • Some lifting may be required

USBC offers competitive starting salary with excellent full time benefits which include:

  • Health, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance
  • Short and Long Term Disability
  • Paid Time Off Plus 9 Paid Holidays
  • 401K
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Flexible Spending Accounts

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Administration/General Management: Human Resources Management
Human Resources/Payroll Coordinator - United States Bowling Congress (Arlington, TX)

Team up with the United States Bowling Congress (USBC) and have a fulfilling and fun career ensuring a Future for the Sport of Bowling.  USBC is recognized by the United States Olympic Committee as the national governing body for the Sport of Bowling and is a membership organization. We provide standardized rules, regulations and benefits to make bowling fair and fun for everyone.

The Human Resources/Payroll Coordinator will perform clerical and payroll functions.   This includes maintaining records, processing time sheets for 110 employees, entering data into the payroll system, and processing payroll. This position is also responsible for reviewing tax reports and ensuring that the tax payments are made in a timely manner.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

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

  • Review and ensure timecard exceptions and approvals are completed by the deadline
  • Submit garnishments, support orders, etc. to payroll provider for processing
  • Bi-weekly and/or off cycle submission of payroll information to payroll provider for processing
  • Review payroll previews for accuracy and authorize approval
  • Complete unemployment wage verifications
  • Assist employees & external sources with payroll related inquires
  • Manage payroll provider tax notices from payroll provider and ensure payroll provider has processed timely
  • Process out of State registration package for state taxes and local taxes
  • Review and approve W2 by payroll provider deadline
  • Maintain and update payroll manual
  • Prepare and maintain all Payroll files
  • Compile information for payroll, 401K, & workers compensation audit
  • Train new employees on ADP Time and Attendance module
  • Provide clerical support including filing, copying, scanning documents, and phone support; prepare mass mailings; generate correspondence; maintain supply of new hire and benefits literature; order and maintain supplies; opens/sort/distribute HR department mail
  • Schedule meetings, interviews, and lunch and learns
  • Set up conference calls and meeting room
  • Track information and timeline progress of assignments and projects
  • Other special projects assigned

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • High School diploma or GED required
  • 2 to 3 years of recent hands-on payroll experience with ADP WorkforceNow
  • 2 to 3 years of administrative experience
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Working knowledge of U.S. State and Federal wage and hour laws and regulations regarding payroll and related areas (unemployment reporting, garnishments, workers’ comp reporting, support orders, employment/salary  verifications) required
  • Proficiency with MS Office (Word, Excel, and Power Point), Windows
  • Must be detail oriented
  • Sound judgment and discretion
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills required
  • Excellent time management skills to meet strict deadlines
  • Must be able to maintain a high level of confidentiality at all times  

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 with ADP software?
2. How many years of payroll experience do you have?
3. What are your salary requirements?


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Administration/General Management: General Management/Profit & Loss
Director of Show Jumping Development Programs - US Equestrian Federation (Gladstone, NJ)

US Equestrian seeks a self-motivated and detail-oriented individual to join the Show Jumping Department.  Reporting directly to the Managing Director (MD) of Show Jumping, the Director of Show Jumping Development Programs will provide support for a wide range of Jumping Programs and initiatives, from leading Development Programs for youth to assisting the MD with senior U.S. Teams as they prepare for and compete at International Championships. 

The Director will lead all aspects of the Show Jumping Development Programs, which seek to identify talented athletes and horses and assist with their development to support the continued success of the U.S. Equestrian Team.  This role will work under the close supervision of the MD and in coordination with the Development Chef d’Equipe and Youth Chef d’Equipe to develop and implement opportunities that align with this mission along with liaising with the USHJA on Pathway Programs.  The Director will be the primary leader of the USEF Show Jumping Talent Search Program, which will include managing all aspects of the two annual Finals.  In addition, the Development Program includes an ever-evolving list of Programs, both domestic and abroad, that require hands-on management. 

The Director will also support the MD with High Performance Programs extending beyond Development, such as senior Nations Cup Teams and Championships.  This role will involve supporting, as required, the cycle of fielding a Team (including developing and collecting applications), providing competition results analysis to the Chef d’Equipe, liaising with Committees for selection, and making arrangements for the selected athletes and horses.  The Director will take the lead on gathering and coordinating all logistical data, including entries, housing, and accreditation.  This will require effective communication with numerous USEF Departments, as well as with U.S. Team veterinarians and physios, athletes, grooms, trainers, horse owners, and competition organizers, among others.  The Director will also have the opportunity to attend some competitions, as directed by the MD, to support the U.S. Team and Chef d’Equipe.

The Director should be comfortable managing projects independently and able to effectively analyze and synthesize data in a fast-paced environment.  This role also requires frequent clear and concise communication to both internal and external stakeholders and across a variety of channels.  In this respect, the Director must be a conscientious representative of not only the USEF but of the U.S., and be able to develop effective working relationships with these parties.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:

EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree required.  Six years of directly related experience may substitute for Bachelor’s degree.

EXPERIENCE: At least two years of professional work experience required, preferably in a sport environment.  Experience in an FEI equestrian discipline highly preferred, particularly in Show Jumping.  Experience in a management and leadership position preferred.

SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Must be proficient in MS Office programs such as Excel, Word, and Outlook.  Must have excellent attention to detail and an excellent sense of planning and organization.  Must display initiative and be a self-starter.  Must have the ability to: collaborate and communicate effectively amongst both internal and external groups, prioritize and deal with the unexpected, maintain a high level of performance in stressful situations, and remain well organized and effectual within changing environments. 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: This role will involve some physical activity such as lifting boxes and equipment as well as involve weekend work and travel within the USA and abroad [approximately 30% travel].

**Please attach a resume in either Word document or PDF format.  Applications that do not meet this requirement will not be considered.**

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

1. Are you legally eligible to work in the United States?
2. If you do not live within commuting distance of Gladstone, NJ, are you willing to relocate at your own expense?


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Administration/General Management: Administrative/Executive Assistant
Administrative Assistant, Licensed Officials & Education - US Equestrian Federation (Lexington, KY)

Under supervision of the Director of Licensed Officials, this position provides advanced, administrative assistance to the Director and department staff.  Primary responsibilities include general clerical tasks, assisting with scheduling and organizing meetings and clinics, managing files and information flow, preparing and distributing communications and materials, maintaining spreadsheets and programs as assigned; communicating internally and externally; and providing logistical support for US Equestrian and FEI clinics and courses which may include travel to these events.  Secondary responsibilities include working on special projects, performing research, and other duties as assigned.  This position regularly interacts with the Director and other US Equestrian directors, staff, members, committees, and the public.

Job Specifications:

EDUCATION - High School diploma or equivalent required.  Associate’s degree preferred.

EXPERIENCE - At least one year documented secretarial or administrative experience required.  Knowledge of the equine industry and US Equestrian rules preferred.

SKILLS AND ABILITIES - Must be proficient in the use of standard office equipment, MS Office applications, and the Internet.  Must be detail-oriented and able to work with minimal supervision.  Must have effective data entry skills, excellent organizational skills, and strong oral and written communication skills.  Must exhibit exceptional customer service skills, including tact and diplomacy to handle sensitive and confidential situations.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS - Ability to sit for long periods, work at a computer for long periods of time, and lift up to 25 lbs.  Some travel may be required.

**Please attach a resume in either Word document or PDF format.  Applications that do not meet this requirement will not be considered.**

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

1. Are you legally eligible to work in the United States?
2. Have you ever been convicted of a crime? Please note that answering yes to this question does not necessarily exclude you from employment.
3. If you do not live within commuting distance of Lexington, KY, are you willing to relocate at your own expense?


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Administration/General Management: Administrative/Executive Assistant
Licensed Officials & Education Coordinator - US Equestrian Federation (Lexington, KY)

Under direction of the Director of Licensed Officials, this position processes all licensing requests for US Equestrian officials, prepares information for committee meetings, and updates licensing requirements.  Additionally, this position assists licensed officials with education needs/questions and provides customer service to officials, staff, and other members.  In addition to processing all licensing requests, this position is responsible for maintaining and monitoring assigned licensed officials’ files to ensure accurate and complete information.  Licensed Officials & Education Coordinators serve as the primary point of contact for new and existing licensed officials, as well as US Equestrian staff, for all questions regarding licensed officials and the licensing process.  This position also participates as needed in Licensed Officials Education Programs, including traveling to clinics.

Job Specifications:

EDUCATION - High School diploma or equivalent required.  College degree preferred.

EXPERIENCE - At least one year of experience in a customer service and/or office environment required.  Bachelor’s degree may substitute for experience requirement.  Knowledge of the equine industry and US Equestrian rules preferred.

SKILLS AND ABILITIES - Must be proficient in the use of standard office equipment, MS Office applications, and the Internet.  Must be detail-oriented and able to work in a team environment with minimal supervision.  Must have effective data entry skills, excellent organizational skills, and strong oral and written communication skills.  Must exhibit exceptional customer service skills, including tact and diplomacy to handle sensitive and confidential situations.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS - Ability to sit for long periods, work at a computer for long periods of time, and lift up to 25 lbs.  Some travel required.

**Please attach a resume in either Word document or PDF format.  Applications that do not meet this requirement will not be considered.**

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

1. Are you legally eligible to work in the United States?
2. Have you ever been convicted of a crime? Please note that answering yes to this question does not necessarily exclude you from employment.
3. If you do not live within commuting distance of Lexington, KY, are you willing to relocate at your own expense?


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