USTA – Senior Manager, Player ID & Development


Execution of strategic objectives of the Player ID and Development / Junior Tennis Team.  

Duties include but not limited to:

  • Administration:
    1. Manage Team USA Camp structure from Section to Regional and National Camps (U14 for Girls, U15 for Boys). 
    2. Build, develop and manage relationships with internal departments via cross-functional collaboration (including PD, The USTA Foundation (Excellence Teams) and Youth Competition). 
    3. Build, develop and manage relationships with the sections, specifically the PD managers and ED’s via communication plans, camp structure and selection, and partnerships reports. 
    4. Continue to develop strong relationships with external stakeholders including Private Sector, Faculty Coaches, Coaches Commissions, RTC’s and Host Sites. 
    5. Leverage Team USA Network and Camp Structure for Coaching Education in alignment with USTA U and Certification Pathway 
  • Coaching and Performance:
    1. Linking with Performance Team to effectively implement Athletic Development, Mental Skills and Strength & Conditioning for our top NPI’s, as well as embed Athletic Development warm-ups into camps and coaching workshops. 
    2. Ensure that all camps and Coaching Ed offerings reflect USTA PD Teaching & Coaching Philosophy and ADM 
  • Events:
    1. Easter Bowl Team USA Awards – Event to be ran by Player ID in collaboration with Coaching Education Department.
    2. PD Managers Meeting
    3. US Open Coaches Symposium – Partnership with Coaching Education and Sport Science department
    4. NJTL Excellence Team Opportunities – DC Cup, June Playoff Camp, US Open activation, 15-18 Camp and Pre-Orange Bowl Camp.  


  • Bachelor’s Degree required.
  • 8 or more years of tennis coaching experience required. 
  • Extensive understanding and working experience with USTA Volunteers and Staff.
  • Computer literacy required. Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access.
  • High Level of organizational, writing and communication skills.
  • Ability to work well both independently and as part of the USTA Player Development team.

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