Head Coach, Junior Team USA – United States Bowling Congress

By iSportconnect | September 23, 2016

Location: Texas, cure US

Closing Date: 6th October


Team up with the United States Bowling Congress (USBC) as the Head Coach of Junior Team USA and have a fulfilling and fun career ensuring a Future for the Sport of Bowling.  For a professional coach who has mastered the skill and technique of coaching, USBC offers an unparalleled opportunity to coach an elite group of top American junior athletes. This experienced individual will coach all year-round for about 240 to 280 hours out of the year.

The Head Coach of Junior Team USA will be responsible for establishing, maintaining and growing training/coaching programs for Junior Team USA Bowling, in addition to conducting Junior Team USA Camps and travel with the Team to International Events.


– The duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

  • – Responsible for breaking down barriers, growing and developing of Athletes and Coaches, improving efficiency and effectiveness of operations, and ensuring communication within and outside the team as appropriate.  Ultimately accountable for the results of the team
  • – Create and maintain positive communication with Team USA Coaches, Staff and Athletes
  • – Develop individual athlete training and competition plans for all Junior Team USA Members with the goal of winning World Youth Championship and Youth PABCON Medals
  • – Serve as the Head Coach for all competitions for Junior Team USA National Team
  • – Assign Coaching assignments. i.e.; associate and provisional coaches
  • – Monthly Reports- USBC BoD
  • – Design, implement, and create training programs for Junior Team USA Bowling Program
  • Organize and conduct camps & clinics for Junior Team USA Team USA
  • – Assist where needed for Junior Gold, registration, clinics, opening/closing ceremony
  • – Serve as a resource for camps, clinics, etc.
  • – Attend Coaching education seminars
  • – Serve as a presenter at coaching education seminars
  • – Travel Athlete to homes, training venues or individual events; Scouting


  • – Minimum of 10 to 15 years of related experience required.  Experience could take form of extensive involvement and knowledge of the bowling world
  • – Experience with running camps, clinics and team coaching
  • – Ability to pass USBC Registered Volunteer Program background screen as a condition of employment and on an annual basis as a condition of continued employment to ensure appropriate protection is given to the youth involved in our programs required
  • – Ability to adhere to the Code of Conduct of the USBC Registered Volunteer Program is a condition of employment and continued employment required
  • – Excellent written and verbal communications, to include excellent presentation/public speaking skills required
  • – Stay current with SafeSport program of USOC
  • – Ability to prioritize multiple projects and effectively meet deadlines required
  • – Proven administrative abilities with strong planning skills
  • – Proficiency with general office computer applications (MS Office, PowerPoint etc.) required.
  • – Obey the mission statement, bylaws, policies, and philosophies of USBC Team USA and USOC.
  • – Must be a visionary to carry the Team USA program forward into the new age of bowling
  • – USBC Silver Certified Coach required or within 90 days
  • – Familiarity with USOC programs and activities desired

Physical Attributes

– Ability to pack and unpack materials for events

– Ability to work at computer for extended periods of time

  • – Ability to stand for extended periods of time
  • – Ability to travel % of the time
  • – Ability to lift 50lbs or more
  • How to Apply
  • Click HERE to apply