Summary: The U.S. National Teams Football Operation Intern will work with USA Football staff on a variety of U.S. National Team Football Operations initiatives including coach management/logistics, athlete selection, on-field football implementation and general football operations management. This includes both pre-event logistical planning and post-event follow ups.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Communicate and build relationships with Regional Camp coaches.
- Work with finance and accounting to ensure all coaches and scouts are paid
- Gather feedback from coaches for each event (Regional Development Camp, National Development Games, Training Camps for International Competitions) to ensure that the programs are best-in-class and cutting edge.
- Review all current coach hiring resources and processes to identify areas of improvement.
Education: Recent graduate (within past 6 months) or current student pursuing a degree in Sports Administration / Sports Management or related area
- Extensive collegiate football operation / recruiting department experience
- Excellent written and oral communication skills required
- Detailed-oriented and able to work independently required
- Proficient in office software (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint) and Google Docs applications required
- Ability to follow simple written and oral instructions.
- Ability to establish professional working relationships with coaches and staff.
- Internship begins September 3, 2019 and ends December 6, 2019
- Internship is full-time (40 hours/week)
- Internships are unpaid, with a $775 nominal monthly stipend, plus parking allowance
- Reports to Manager, U.S National Team – Football Operations
- Position will be located at USA Football’s headquarters based in Indianapolis, IN
- Must secure housing and transportation in Indianapolis
- USA Football supports interns seeking academic credit
- Interns must identify learning goals and work with supervisor to achieve goals
- Examine the organization and its industry/environment
- Analyze and interpret functions and responsibilities
- Observe professionals in various roles and participate with them where appropriate
- Apply academic learning to practical and professional work experiences
- Learn how to perform specific tasks
NO PHONE CALLS – UNSOLICITED CALLS AND EMAILS WILL NOT BE RETURNED.
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