MLS Jobs


Current available jobs in Administration/General Management:




Administration/General Management: Administrative/Executive Assistant
Executive Assistant - Columbus Crew SC (Columbus, OH)

Columbus Crew SC Overview
Columbus Crew SC (Soccer Club) is the first club in Major League Soccer and in 2015, Crew SC was crowned MLS Eastern Conference Champions in the organization’s 20th season. Owned and operated by Precourt Sports Ventures (PSV), it won its first MLS Cup championship in 2008 and also won the 2002 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup as well as MLS Supporters’ Shield titles in 2004, 2008 and 2009. The 2017 campaign is the Black & Gold’s 19th season at historic MAPFRE Stadium -- the first soccer-specific stadium in the United States – where the club set single-season sellout records and hosted the 2015 MLS Cup. The club was purchased by PSV on July 29, 2013 as part of the privately held investment and management firm’s sports and entertainment business enterprise.

 Description
Columbus Crew SC is looking for an Executive Assistant to primarily support the President of Business Operations for Columbus Crew SC and MAPFRE Stadium.  In addition, this position will also support club Ownership and other club Leadership personnel while simultaneously serving as office manager. The Executive Assistant position shall be responsible for: establishing and maintaining the schedule of the President of Business Operations, including planning and scheduling internal/external appointments; preparing and editing correspondence, reports and presentations; making travel arrangements; organizing and maintaining files and records, and managing the day-to-day operations of the office (e.g. ordering office supplies).

The Executive Assistant will report directly to the President of Business Operations. This is a professional position that will interface with employees, vendors and the community.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Providing daily support to President of Business Operations and club Ownership
  • Screening calls, managing calendars and making meeting & event arrangements for the President of Business Operations and Ownership
  • Coordinating travel arrangements for Senior Leadership positions
  • Completing and submitting expense reports on behalf of President of Business Operations and Ownership
  • Organizing, maintaining and updating necessary administrative materials and files
  • Managing minutes for staff meetings and other various meetings
  • Maintaining contact information and organizational databases in Excel and Outlook
  • Supporting other departments/staff during Crew SC games and special events including those scheduled on nights and weekends
  • Interfacing with VIP clients and VIP guests during business hours and building events including those scheduled on nights and weekends
  • Overseeing all office machines and supplies, including: copiers, faxes, printers & postage machines
  • Monitoring and maintaining the staff kitchen/break areas 

Required skills, experience & abilities

  • 2 years of Assistant or Office Manager experience preferred
  • Two year or 4 year college or university degree preferred
  • Ability to work well with all levels of management and staff as well as outside clients, vendors, prospects, and guests
  • Discretion and confidentiality required
  • High ability of focus and attention to detail
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously as well as meet and perform under tight deadlines
  • Ability to take initiative and work independently
  • Ability to work in a collaborative environment
  • High proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint
  • Ability to work some evenings, weekends and holidays

Apply for this position      |      Go back job listings


Administration/General Management: Administrative/Executive Assistant
Science Content Area Specialist - LA Galaxy Academy (Carson, CA)

Position:  Science Content Area Specialist for the LA Galaxy Academy High School

Reports to: Director of Education

Job Description / Essential Elements:

The LA Galaxy is seeking a qualified candidate to serve as a Science Content Specialist for students of the LA Galaxy Academy High School (ages 14-18). The position asks for 15 - 20 hours a week, between the hours of 11am – 5pm Monday through Friday.

Daily Duties / Job Responsibilities:

  • Report to the Director of Education and assist Learning Coaches with managing specific student needs in high school-level Science courses at the LA Galaxy Academy High School 
  • Monitor student progress in online Science courses, analyze student data, and conduct group or individual lesson plans to increase student success in the online curriculum
  • Build out the classroom environment in a manner that provides students with a brick-and-mortar, traditional setting for learning to supplement the online curriculum
  • Implement instructional strategies that increase student learning, student motivation, and academic performance
  • Provide students with resources, both online and face-to-face, that increase competency in the high school level Science standards of the online curriculum
  • Engage and support students in their progress in Science courses by using a variety of strategies to respond to students’ diverse needs 
  • Maintain a learning environment conducive to student achievement and development through setting and maintaining high academic and behavioral expectations and a high standard of rigor 
  • Maintain a respectful culture through positive small group instruction and individual interactions 
  • Provide specific, high-quality academic instruction to students 
  • Communicate with Director of Education and Learning Coaches to inform them of student progress and work with them to achieve students’ goals 
  • Engage in professional development to stay up-to-date on best practice in teaching and instruction

Educational Requirements:

  • Bachelor's and/or Master’s degree in a related field
  • Experience working with students preferred
  • Passion for Science and the learning process

Apply for this position      |      Go back job listings


Administration/General Management: General Management/Profit & Loss
Philadelphia Union Youth General Manager - Philadelphia Union Youth Development (Wayne, PA)

The primary responsibility of the Philadelphia Union Youth General Manager is to create, implement and oversee Philadelphia Union’s youth oriented outreach programming in an effort to increase Philadelphia Union brand engagement, generate revenue to help subsidize Philadelphia Union's Academy, and enhance player identification and developmental best practices in the region. The General Manager is responsible for all revenue-generating youth programs for the Philadelphia Union organization and will seek to increase Philadelphia Union's youth-centric partnerships through such community outreach programs. The General Manager will report to the Philadelphia Union Chief Business Officer, Director of Operations and the Philadelphia Union Academy Director on technical and staffing-related items. 

RESPONSIBILITIES

Pre-Academy

  • Manage and operate Philadelphia Union Pre-Academy (U8 – U11)
  • Hire and oversee staff for Pre-Academy
  • Ideate and implement new aspects of the Pre-Academy to maintain Philadelphia Union’s status as a youth soccer program at the forefront of American youth soccer development
  • Liaise with Philadelphia Union Academy Director of Operations to seamlessly integrate the Pre-Academy with the Philadelphia Union Academy
  • Establish and maintain partnerships throughout the Greater Philadelphia region to execute friendly matches, field/facility rentals, and expansion of the Pre-Academy
  • Work with the Philadelphia Union marketing department for any Pre-Academy related needs

Youth Programming

  • Supervise, implement, and grow existing youth programs including Pro Days, player development program, camps, and kids classes
  • Hire and oversee staff to effectively execute and expand youth programs and maintain the elite quality of Philadelphia Union youth programs
  • Create and deliver new programs in the youth sector
  • Develop and maintain partnerships throughout the region necessary for execution of programming (i.e. facilities, youth clubs, townships, etc.)

Administration

  • Manage the P&L for the Philadelphia Union Youth Business Division
  • Craft reports for the YSC Chief Financial Officer and Philadelphia Union Chief Business Officer
  • Hire and oversee administrative support staff for the Philadelphia Union Youth Division
  • Liaise with Philadelphia Union front office on any and all needs relating to the Philadelphia Union Youth Development program
  • Create presentations for Philadelphia Union Board of Governors and/or other internal and external partners of the Philadelphia Union Youth Division
  • In conjunction with the Philadelphia Union Youth Academy Director of Operations, develop and maintain a coaches’ calendar and communicate staff expectations
  • Work with YSC facility manager on annual calendar

Other

  • Promote and expand a club-affiliation program with regional and national clubs in conjunction with the Philadelphia Union Academy Director
  • Establish partnerships with organizations key to growth for the Philadelphia Union Youth Development Program

 REQUIREMENTS

  • 5-8+ years in a related field
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher
  • Must be able to work weekends and/or holidays as directed

PREFERRED SKILLS

  • Intimate understanding of the local Philadelphia youth soccer environment (preferred)
  • Organizational skills and ability to drive projects from concept to execution
  • Strong people skills and ability to effectively represent a positive image for the Philadelphia Union soccer and to build customer relationships
  • Experience managing and leading a team
  • P&L experience

Apply for this position      |      Go back job listings


 

Sports Jobs Board Powered by TeamWorkOnline.com