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Partner Support Manager - Los Angeles

Positive Coaching Alliance
El Segundo, CA
Other (consulting, membership, non-profit, real estate): Non-Profit Management
Want to make a difference in the lives of youth athletes?  Help create Better Athletes, Better People by bringing the Positive Coaching Alliance message to coaches, parents and athletes in various PCA Chapter markets. PCA prefers that Candidates considering the position should reside in/near a PCA Chapter.  Central or Eastern Time Zone preferred.

Position: Partner Support Manager - Los Angeles

About Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA)
Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) (www.positivecoach.org) is a national nonprofit organization founded at the Stanford University Department of Athletics in 1998. PCA provides training to coaches, parents, youth athletes, and youth sports organization leaders on how to use the youth sports experience to teach young athletes positive character traits and "life lessons” and to develop not only Better Athletes but more importantly Better People! Through partnerships with more than 2,000 schools and youth sports organizations (YSOs), PCA has conducted 13,000+ workshops for leaders, coaches, parents and athletes on using sports to teach life lessons. PCA is headquartered in Mountain View (CA), with Chapters in Chicago, Cleveland, Colorado, Houston, Los Angeles, Minnesota, New England, New York, North Texas, Phoenix, Portland, Sacramento, SF Bay Area, and Tampa Bay. Additionally, PCA has sales offices in Philadelphia and Washington D.C.

The Partner Support Manager is responsible for assisting the PCA – Los Angeles office with the development and management of PCA partnerships.  The Partner Support Manager – Los Angeles will report to the Executive Director – Los Angeles, and work closely with the Partnership Manager and the PCA Senior Manager of Partner Support.
-     Exceptional verbal and written communication skills
-     Strong organizational skills: Must be able to multi-task effectively and have strong time management skills
-     Proven initiative/self-starter
-     Strong computer skills
-     Passion for the PCA mission
-     Requires occasional travel, week night and weekend work
-     Coaching or other experience with youth sports is strongly desirable
-     Bachelors Degree or equivalent experience 
Partnership Development Responsibilities, 
Specific duties include, but are not limited to:
-     Event coordination (i.e. Coffee with the Coaches)
-     Market research to be used to prospect for new PCA partnership prospects
-     Initial outreach – emails and cold calls
-     Administrative support (contract creation, Salesforce support)
-     Account management
         -    Maintain pro-active relationship with all Partners & Clients (athletic directors and youth sports leaders)
        -     Scheduling and completing Launch calls
        -     Scheduling workshops for coaches, student - athletes
        -     Online partner support (usage reports, etc.)
-     3rd Party partner development, including outreach to potential partners
-     Assist with the DGC and TIC awards, especially the nomination process (promotion and administrative)
-     Represent PCA at special events and PR opportunities
-     Foster high level of morale & commitment towards PCA
-     Manage chapter Facebook and Twitter Accounts
-     Be informed about Southern California youth and high school sports issues
-     Other duties as assigned
-     Salary + bonus for this position will be $40-45 thousand per year
PCA provides competitive benefits:
-     Medical, dental and vision
-     12 days of vacation starting first year; 11 holidays a year
-     403(b) retirement plan

Job Questions:

  1. How did you hear about this job?

  2. What interests you about this position?

  3. YES/NO: I have previous coaching experience in youth sports. If YES, please describe.

  4. YES/NO: I have participated in youth sports as a player. If YES, in which sports and at what levels?

  5. Why are you passionate about the PCA mission?

  6. YES/NO: I have previous experience using CRM systems. If YES, please describe.

  7. Why are you right for this position?

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