Manager, Membership & Regional Development, Midwest Region – US Lacrosse

By iSportconnect | August 3, 2016

Location: Maryland, erectile US

Closing Date: 26th August 2016


The Midwest Regional Manager is responsible for developing a comprehensive understanding of the designated geographic region in order to strengthen relationships among all the various local lacrosse organizations while driving US Lacrosse best practices and national standards.

The position will measure, monitor and manage the delivery and implementation of USL programs and services in the region through USL Chapters and direct from National.

This person will be expected to be able to present and promote the US Lacrosse member value proposition among USL Chapters, youth lacrosse leagues/organizations, scholastic lacrosse organizations, local officials associations and private enterprises, including club programs.

Location:  Midwest Region – North & South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota, Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Kentucky.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities:

Develop effective, engaging and fiscally responsible Chapters within the geographic region.

  1. Work closely with chapter leadership to assist them in their role as the delivery mechanism for programs and services that support the needs and initiatives of the constituent organizations.

  • Manage internal operational procedures to help Chapter leadership develop and execute annual budgets and strategic plans.

  • Oversee the annual chapter certification process in order to maintain good standing with the USL 501c3 designation.

  • Facilitate collaboration/communications between Chapter, US Lacrosse National and Local Lacrosse Organizations.

Enhance collaboration with Constituent Organizations such as Youth Leagues and other Local Lacrosse Organizations.

  1. USL Chapters and Youth Leagues
  • Enable existing youth leagues and community based organizations to grow their program by providing support through the local chapter and/or USL national (e.g. Learn to Play, CEP clinics, OEP clinics, Growth Initiatives)

  • Monitor the membership and manage the database as it pertains to youth league organizations assuring that USL has current contact information and organizational structure.

  • Work with Chapters to drive community based youth membership in areas designated as high potential growth oriented regions.

Work with Chapters to encourage Local Lacrosse Organizations to align with US Lacrosse best practices.

1. USL Chapters and Local Officials Associations (LOA)

  • Encourage collaboration between local official’s organizations, chapters and local lacrosse organizations to support recruitment, training and certification of officials.

2. USL Chapters and Private Enterprise (For Profit Companies)

  • Identify and facilitate communication between best practice private enterprises as resources for Chapter and league/organizations coach, official and player clinics.

Drive US Lacrosse National Standards, including youth appropriate rules, best practices and safety and risk management initiatives.

Foster collaboration between USL, Chapters and leagues to drive progress along the continuum toward certification.

Territory and Chapters

States (11): North & South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota, Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Kentucky.

Chapters (9): Minnesota, Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan, North Coast Ohio , Central Ohio , Southern Ohio , Indiana and Kentucky


  • – Work requires EXTENSIVE travel within the region; including travel and attendance at the annual national convention, regional meetings, including evening and weekends on demand.

  • – A current and valid driver’s license and proof of insurance is required, along with access to reliable transportation.

  • – Other duties as assigned

  • – Reliable Internet Service and cell phone required

  • How to Apply

  • Click HERE to apply