No Longer Accepting Applications
- Oversight of multiple USA Cycling National Championships as directed by the Director of National Events.
- Manage a working budget for selected National Championship Events.
- Various administration duties for selected National Championship events inclusive of equipment and supply ordering, travel logistics, agency meetings, etc.
- Responsible for all planning and onsite day-to-day operations as Race Director of National Championships as decided by the Director of National Events to include working with the Membership Department to ensure they are properly permitted.
- Execute the USA Cycling National Championships setup to ensure that it adheres to USAC brand and safety standards.
- Manage third party vendors for National Championships such as timing, announcers, fencing, etc.
- Provide customer service in response to membership questions and concerns for National Championship events.
- Work closely with membership departments on registration processes for National Championships.
- Serve as a resource for members in coordination with National Championships.
- Work to ensure National Championship Events are aligned with industry standards.
- Serve as support staff at various National Championships.
- Collaborate with Communication Department on press releases, race information, etc. for the National Events Department.
- Maintain all aspects of USA Cycling’s website related to selected National Championship events.
- Conduct site visits prior to selected National Championships.
- Ensure proper coordination on anti-doping for select events with local organizing committees and USADA.
- Remain current on all USA Cycling issues, i.e., membership and events.
- Generally requires 3+ years of cycling race management experience
- Industry experience within the sport of cycling
- Must be comfortable working in an office environment during regular business hours between events
- Must be able to work in a fast-paced, rapidly changing environment, with the ability to navigate high-stress situations and keep composure
- Ability to manage several projects simultaneously and to succeed under pressure
- Work independently while maintaining strong communication/collaboration internally and within the cycling community
- A continuous learner with a proven track record of innovation and creativity
- Ability to think critically about prioritization decisions and make smart trade-offs
- Advanced verbal and written communication and editing skills
- Power to build positive, professional relationships within internal teams and the cycling community
- Willingness to work non-traditional work hours including weekends and some holidays