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Alpine Program Manager


Position Summary
The Alpine Program Manager is responsible for the administration and management of a high-quality domestic alpine program which supports the sport, athlete and performance development direction of the USSA Alpine Director.  The Manager is responsible for oversight of the domestic competition system, high-quality, timely communication with USSA members and clubs, overall implementation of the alpine SkillsQuest program, implementation of the Venue Excellence program, logistical implementation of tri-regional development projects, Junior World Championships, U16/18 programs and TEAM Academy athletic projects, alpine sport committee operations and communications.

Core duties (in order of importance):
The Alpine Program Manager shall be responsible for the following:

Oversight of the domestic competition system
• National competitions calendars
• Education and certification of FIS and national-level competition officials
• Junior National Championships program

• Website
• Primary point of contact for USSA alpine members and USSA alpine clubs
• Competition Guide
• Sport committee communications

Program coordination:
• Budget
• Liaison to the USSA alpine domestic competition and development subcommittees.
•  USSA alpine sport committee
• SkillsQuest
• Venue Excellence
• Administration of the Junior World Championships, tri-regional projects, U16/18 projects, and TEAM Academy athletic projects

Staff supervision:  Oversee the Western, Rocky Mountain and Central Program Managers, and Eastern Alpine Regional Program Director.

Additional: Other duties or projects as assigned by the Alpine Director.

Required Skills and Attributes
• Passion for the USSA Vision and success of USSA programs
• Experience in running alpine competitions
• Experience in alpine racing as competitor, coach, administrator or official 
• Proven leadership, management, and administration skills.
• Effective verbal and written communication skills.
• Proven organizational and project detail skills
• Mature demeanor with experience working independently and in a team environment
• Computer competency including internet, spreadsheets, word processing and presentations
• Experience in managing large projects or events
• Attention to detail
• Initiative and creativity
• Flexible and able to adapt to diverse situations
• Ability to travel
• This is an overtime exempt position



Additional Info

Employment is contingent on successful completion of USSA'S background screening. Compliance with screening requirements must be maintained. Screening criteria is available by clicking here.

Hiring and continued employment are at the will of USSA. USSA or employee may terminate the employment relationship at any time.

Please submit resume and USSA application to no later than:
Open until filled.

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