USNT Developmental Academy Coordinator
The US National Team (USNT), managed by the USNT Coordinator, is the official quidditch team of the United States. The USNT Developmental Academy (USNTDA) is a program within the USNT. It is meant to develop future USNT talent while providing USNT rosters with an athletic and promising group of individuals to work with and against at training camps. The goal of the USNTDA staff is to provide younger generations of athletes with more gameplay structure, experience, and knowledge that they otherwise may not receive.
The USNTDA Coordinator is responsible for the logistical organization of the USNTDA. The USNTDA Coordinator reports to the USNT Coordinator.
This is a year-round volunteer position. Volunteers will receive a USQ email address and attend meetings with other volunteers on their team or in their department as needed. They will have the opportunity to work on a variety of USNT programs and events, including IQA World Cup, IQA Pan-American Games, and USNT training camps.
- Work with the USNT Coordinator to set a budget for the developmental academy
- Organize fundraising events throughout the year to alleviate cost to players
- Research and coordinate partnerships for the USNTDA
TASKS MAY INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO
- Work with the USNT staff to schedule practices
- Work with the USNT Coordinator on logistics for facilities, housing, and competition for the USNTDA
- Organize all waivers and agreements for all USNTDA applicants and players
- Coordinate media coverage about the USNTDA, as needed
- Conduct interviews with press about USNTDA, as needed
- Strong writing skills
- Familiarity with social media platforms including Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook
- Willingness to learn new skills
- Available to attend the week-long training camp leading up to IQA World Cup and IQA Pan-American Games
- Available to volunteer a minimum of 2 hours/week. This commitment will increase closer to IQA tournaments. This role will complete the bulk of their work on-site at IQA World Cup and IQA Pan-American games and the weeks leading up to those events