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Athlete Management/Coaching: Coach
Coach Educator (Chicago) - United States Soccer Federation (Chicago, IL)

Overview

This position will report to the Director of Coaching Education and is based at U.S. Soccer’s headquarters in Chicago, Ill.  The core function of this position is to create course content for all license levels.  This position will also identify, train and assess other course instructors.  In addition, this role will oversee the planning and teaching of courses, clinics and workshops in support of U.S. Soccer’s entire license pathway.  This position requires effective influence through collaboration with a diverse technical group that includes various leaders and stakeholders from U.S. Soccer’s membership. 

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

  • Create, edit and maintain training content and educational resources with a specific focus on the Digital Coaching Center (DCC)
  • Lead instructional efforts at courses, clinics and workshops
  • Select, train and assess per diem instructional staff
  • Serve as a contact for updates to content, protocols and license information
  • Manage relationships with technical leaders and the coaching community for the purpose of continuous coaching development
  • Promote a candidate-centered learning environment at coaching schools
  • Other duties as assigned

Education, Work Experience, Special Skills/Knowledge Required

  • Bachelor’s Degree and U.S. Soccer A License
  • Practical instructor experience with U.S. Soccer coaching courses
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Proficient with technology and it’s use as an education tool
  • Exceptional attention to detail and ability to multi-task
  • Strong organizational skills and team player
  • Proven track record of personnel and project management
  • Proactive attitude with exceptional work ethic
  • Strong knowledge of the sport and the overall soccer landscape in the US
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced and demanding environment
  • Lifelong learner with shared philosophy of reality based learning in a student centered environment
  • Experience in goalkeeping, fitness or sports science a plus
  • Significant travel required

Benefits

•         401(k), Health, Dental, Vision and Long-Term Disability

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

1. Do you hold a current U.S. Soccer

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Athlete Management/Coaching: Coach
Coach Educator (Remote) - United States Soccer Federation (Remote, US)

Overview

This position will report to the Director of Coaching Education and is based remotely. The core function of this position will oversee the planning and teaching of courses, clinics and workshops in support of U.S. Soccer’s entire license pathway.  In addition, this role is to identify, train and assess course instructors and assist in the creation of course content for all license levels.  This position requires effective influence through collaboration with a diverse technical group that includes various leaders and stakeholders from U.S. Soccer’s membership. 

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

  • Lead instructional efforts at courses, clinics and workshops
  • Select, train and assess per diem instructional staff
  • Create, edit and maintain training content and educational resources with a specific focus on the Digital Coaching Center (DCC)
  • Serve as a contact for updates to content, protocols and license information
  • Manage relationships with technical leaders and the coaching community for the purpose of continuous coaching development
  • Promote a candidate-centered learning environment at coaching schools
  • Other duties as assigned

Education, Work Experience, Special Skills/Knowledge Required

  • Bachelor’s Degree and U.S. Soccer A License
  • Practical instructor experience with U.S. Soccer coaching courses
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Proficient with technology and it’s use as an education tool
  • Exceptional attention to detail and ability to multi-task
  • Strong organizational skills and team player
  • Proven track record of personnel and project management
  • Proactive attitude with exceptional work ethic
  • Strong knowledge of the sport and the overall soccer landscape in the US
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced and demanding environment
  • Lifelong learner with shared philosophy of reality based learning in a student centered environment
  • Experience in goalkeeping, fitness or sport science a plus
  • Significant travel required

Benefits

•         401(k), Health, Dental, Vision and Long-Term Disability

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

1. Do you hold a current U.S. Soccer

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Administration/General Management: Human Resources Management
Human Resources Generalist - United States Soccer Federation (Chicago, IL)

BRIEF SUMMARY:

As a member of the HR Department, this position’s primary responsibilities cover all day-to-day HR activities, benefit enrollment and the first point of contact in HR for U.S. Soccer.

This is position will administer Human Resources functions for U.S. Soccer as well as the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL), COPA America 2016 (COPA), and any other U.S Soccer related activities.

Basic training and/or education in Human Resources is essential, with general business experience a plus.

PRIMARY DUTIES:

New Employees

  • Administer employee onboarding/offboarding and all required paperwork
  • Provide overviews of U.S. Soccer’s benefit plans and policies
  • Compose introductory announcements for new staff
  • Work with IT to facilitate deployment of employee equipment
  • Conduct orientation sessions as required

Benefits

  • Administer Life, Health, Dental and Long-Term Disability Insurance benefit plans
  • Process changes in employee/dependent benefit status, including COBRA coverage
  • Provide employee notifications on plan changes, open enrollment and legislative alerts

Recruiting

  • Create and maintain company job descriptions
  • Post open positions and provide an initial screening as required
  • Manage inquiries on open jobs and assist with candidate communications
  • Assist in the U.S. Soccer internship & volunteer programs

Office Management

  • Manage company-wide office and shipping supplies
  • Create communications relating to staffing, workplace notices and other administrative matters
  • Assist in planning company outings and social events

REQUIREMENTS/CHARACTERISTICS:

  • Full-time entry level position, 40 hour average work week
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to interact with all members of an organization
  • Sufficient computer literacy, including MS Office Suite
  • Minimal travel required

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Administration/General Management: Human Resources Management
Senior Human Resources Administrator - United States Soccer Federation (Chicago, IL)

BRIEF SUMMARY:

As an experienced member of the HR Department, this position’s primary responsibilities cover the management, analysis and activities of the HR department, as well as interacts with Senior Management on HR Directives and Strategic Initiatives. This position is also responsible for HR administration for the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL), COPA America 2016 as well as other U.S. Soccer related activities.

Previous experience within a Human Resources is essential, with Finance or general business experience a plus.

PRIMARY DUTIES:

  • Employee Engagement - Oversee employee onboarding / offboarding and all payroll and government required paperwork
  • Benefits – Analyze and implement the organization’s full suite of employee benefits: Life, Health, Dental and Long-Term Disability Insurance benefit plans
  • Recruiting – Review current recruiting tools and techniques and ensure they are being utilized effectively
  • Compose companywide communications on staffing, workplace notices and other administrative matters
  • Office Management - Manage company-wide office and shipping supplies vendor relationships
  • Finance  - process HR related accounts payable and expenses
  • Special Projects and analysis as required
  • Manage 1 full time employee – HR Generalist

REQUIREMENTS/CHARACTERISTICS:

  • Full-time position, 40 hour average work week
  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • 3-5 years of related work experience preferred
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to interact with all members of an organization
  • Sufficient computer literacy, including MS Office Suite
  • Minimal travel required

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Internships: Any Internship
Video Production Intern - United States Soccer Federation (Chicago, IL)

Video Production Department Overview

U.S. Soccer’s in-house Video Production team is part of the organization’s Content Department and is responsible for producing video content for a variety of platforms. The in-house production process at U.S. Soccer encompasses shooting, editing, graphics creation and post-production. The video department also manages all media assets and video archives for the organization. The Video Production team works within the Content Department on a daily basis but services all other departments at the organization and works to create dynamic video for a range of needs throughout the company.

PRIMARY DUTIES:

  • Support all aspects of the production process in the Video Department at U.S. Soccer, including pre-production, logistics, shooting and post-production
  • Assist other members of the department in ongoing projects for U.S. Soccer’s digital platforms, in-stadium use and internal use
  • Assemble and edit video content using U.S. Soccer’s vast media reservoir, implement detailed changes and feedback, and finalize an exceptional product for wide uses at U.S. Soccer, including its website and YouTube page, social media platforms and National Team events
  • Edit pre-made still and motion graphic animations for various videos
  • Manage elements of U.S. Soccer’s media library – in conjunction with other members of the Video Production team – ingesting, organizing, applying metadata and distributing footage as required
  • Contributes and supports all other facets of Video Production at U.S. Soccer and the numerous tasks required for studio management and equipment maintenance

REQUIREMENTS/CHARACTERISTICS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in relevant field and experience in a production studio environment
  • Experience working in groups and production teams but also an ability to work alone and on a deadline
  • Advanced knowledge of Adobe Creative Cloud (Premiere, After Effects, Photoshop, Media Encoder)
  • Thorough understanding of visual and narrative grammar
  • Pushes U.S. Soccer’s stylistic sensibility while staying within the boundaries of its well-established methods
  • Familiarity with standard practices of digital compression, including knowledge of video resolutions, codecs and frame rates
  • Approaches project, data and studio management with the same attention to detail as any of the elements mentioned above.
  • Ability to keep a project on a deadline, short or long term
  • Experience shooting and editing in the field working under tight deadlines.
  • Experience with professional video cameras (Canon C100, Canon DSLRs, Sony, Panasonic HPX-250) and with sound and lighting techniques
  • Quick learner who can function well in the fast-paced environment mandated by professional sports
  • Some travel may be required

Compensation is $80 per day with hours not to exceed 40 hours per week.

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