Dir., Coaching Education
United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee
- Create and deploy a world leading professional development system to support the ongoing education and development of Team USA coaches. Develop and maintain strong working relationships with coaches, athletes and performance staff.
- Cultivate valuable working relationships within and outside of the Olympic and Paralympic Movement to further explore and advance coaching development. Network with global leaders in coaching development and education to better understand and be aware of the latest innovations in coaching curricula and delivery methods. Be able to incorporate and deliver this information through the USOPC channels to the appropriate audiences. Oversee and update, as necessary, general coaching resources such as the quality coaching framework, code of conduct and Coach Principles.
- Work with the Vice Presidents of Summer and Winter Sport to ensure that national team coaches and their staff are provided with necessary educational support and services in preparation for and at international events.
- Lead the programming, messaging, platforms, and marketing of American Development Model (ADM), Project Play, and How to Coach Kids. In collaboration with NGB Services and the Coaching Education staff, oversee working groups and strategic advancement of these youth development programs in the overall coaching landscape.
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
- Minimum of 10 years of experience in coaching, sport performance, or management
- Proven successful staff leadership skills and experience
- Exemplary organizational skills and attention to detail
Here are some things that will make you super competitive for this role:
- Master’s degree preferred
- Experience with Paralympic and/or Olympic sport
- Creative thinker and innovator
Here's where you'll work:
- Colorado Springs Olympic & Paralympic Training Center (remote work options available)
Here's some more information you need to know:
- Hiring Pay Range: $87,877 - $111,603 per year
- This is a full-time, exempt, position intended to work 40 hours per week.
- Bonus: This position will be eligible for the Annual Incentive Award Program at a 20% target. This program is subject to change or elimination by the USOPC at any time at its sole discretion.