USA Softball

USA Softball

Communications Manager

USA Softball National Office - Manager
Oklahoma City · OK
Communications/Community Relations: Writer/Editorial
REPORTS TO: Director of Communications
PURPOSE: Create, implement, and oversee communications strategies - internal or external - that
effectively promote USA Softball local associations, National Championships and Sport
Development initiatives.

  • Act as the lead on USA Softball membership content, creating communication materials to promote USA Softball across all 50 states
  • Execute a year-round communications plan that provides positive media coverage of USA Softball local associations, National Championships and Sport Development initiatives
  • Cover USA Softball membership events ranging from select travel tournaments to National Championship play and produce recaps, highlight clips and other promotional items
  • Work with National Championship and tournament directors on establishing live streaming of USA Softball events
  • Execute digital content to ensure relevant and engaging content for the USA Softball membership department
  • Maintain historical archive of USA Softball National Championships records, stats, etc.
  • Assist in managing all media requests for local associations and member events
  • Consistently generate story ideas for USA Softball local associations, National Championships and sport development initiatives
  • Assist communications department as a webmaster for, overseeing all local
  • associations information, their events, umpire/rulebook updates, and more.
  • Work with partnerships to ensure that social media post are made in accordance to our contracts.
  • Help with improvement to the National Softball Hall of Fame Museum.
  • Work with internal newsletter that is sent out to membership.
  • Produce and execute content to promote Safe Softball in relation with the U.S. Center for SafeSport. 
Umpire Program
  • Assist Director of Umpires with educational content to cover umpire training and mechanics
  • Produce Certified Equipment and other educational content for USA Softball tournament
  • officials and administrators

  • Ability to work at National Headquarters in Oklahoma City, OK
  • Bachelor’s degree in Communications or related field
  • Excellent organizational focus and attention to detail
  • Strong understanding of Communications and Public Relations
  • Clear, concise and effective verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to be a self-starter as well as work in team environment
  • Flexible schedule with the ability to work weekends and travel domestically/internationally
  • Works effectively and quickly in a dynamic environment with exceptional prioritizing skills
  • Ability to lift heavy packages and work outside for events
  • Eager to learn in an ever-changing industry with a passion for sports, softball preferred
  • Two years of related experience preferred
  • Graphic design and video editing capabilities (Canva, Adobe, CapCut)

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, gender identity, marital or veteran status, or any other protected class.

Job Questions:

  1. Do you already live in or able to move to the Oklahoma City Metro area to work at the National Office?

  2. What types of projects have you had experience editing (e.g. photo, video, etc)?

  3. Do you have previous work experience in a communications department?