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National Collegiate Club Golf Association Lead - PGA of America Corporate (Frisco · TX)

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Join a team of proud, passionate, and caring people that together share their diverse talents and backgrounds to serve our members and grow the game of golf. Being at the PGA of America means you are supported, respected, and appreciated for your contributions.

The NCCGA Lead is responsible for the leadership, growth, and management of the National Collegiate Club Golf Association (NCCGA). Success will be measured by the number of events, colleges, teams, and participants, along with value created for PGA Professionals and facilities, net promoter scores, and the overall impact on the college community.  

RESPONSIBILITIES (Specific areas of responsibility include but are not limited to):

Lead strategic development and identify growth opportunities for the NCCGA.

Manage the growing community of over 300 colleges, 8,000 students, and 200 tournaments.

Oversee prospecting and lead generation. This includes identifying and reaching out to golfers and campus administration about our products and services to grow the number of participating colleges, teams, and players. 

Oversee account management by helping current and prospective club golf teams succeed on and off the course in collaboration with Club Presidents and campus administration.

Plan, manage and execute the 200+ regional tournaments. This includes booking golf tournaments with PGA Professionals and course staff, supporting local volunteers, ensuring all materials and supplies are at the events, recording scores, and updating rankings.

Manage and support the Spring and Fall National Championships in collaboration with the Amateur Championships department. 

Manage sponsor relationships associated with the NCCGA.

Develop training manuals and online education. Work with team members in the Player Engagement department who support the NCCGA and help prioritize work throughout the year.

Support other Player Engagement products Amateur Championships as defined by the Senior Director of Player Engagement.

INCLUSION: 

Contribute to a respectful and inclusive team environment by welcoming and respecting others’ beliefs, backgrounds, identities, abilities, and individuality to help ensure a supportive and engaging experience for Association Members, partners, customers, and guests. PGA of America respects the uniqueness of each employee and offers everyone the means to find their place and thrive.

SHARED VALUES:

Embody the organization's shared values and help ensure the organization's values-based culture thrives by proactively identifying and addressing any shared values challenges and opportunities you are experiencing.

SUPERVISION:

This is a non-supervisory position.  

FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY:

Responsible for preparation and oversight of the NCCGA business line budget and for monitoring results.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) in business, marketing, sales or related field.

5-7 years minimum of general business experience with a working knowledge of the golf industry and tournament activity. 

Experience in procurement for purchases and shipments of tournament materials.

Experience making phone calls in a professional setting.

Experience in social media preferred.

PGA Professional or golf certifications preferred.

SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:

Must have knowledge of golf, including rules, culture, and tournament operations.  Ability to prospect, lead conversion and close on sales.  Excellent verbal and written communications skills. Knowledge of Google Workspace.

Ability to travel up to 25% of the time.

This position is not eligible for immigration sponsorship.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.

PGA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship, veteran status, gender identity or expression, marital or familial status, genetic information or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, to ensure full equality of opportunity in all operations and activities of the organization, every staff member employed by the PGA shall be selected under fair employment procedures that provide equal employment opportunities to all people. DFWP.