US Sailing is the national governing body for sailing. Our mission is to provide leadership, integrity and advancement for the sport. Founded in 1897 and headquartered in Portsmouth, Rhode Island, US Sailing is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization.
At US Sailing, employee performance expectations are high, position responsibilities diverse, and rewards satisfying. US Sailing provides a creative team environment that allows talented employees to work with a respected, long-standing, and visionary sailing leaders committed to exceptional performance and customer service. We also offer exceptional benefits, including medical, dental, life, long-term disability and 403b retirement plan.
If you’re looking for a dynamic atmosphere surrounded by supportive and passionate co-workers, then US Sailing is the place to be. If you don’t see a current job listing of interest, please check back soon.
Full-time, Part-time & Seasonal Positions
Youth Development Manager (Full Time)
The Youth Development Manager is responsible for the planning, preparation, and execution of US Sailing’s youth competitive development programs and events. This includes the management of the regattas in the Youth/Junior Championships Series as well as the administrative management of the Olympic Development Program (ODP). The manager will work jointly within the Olympic and Youth Departments, under the leadership of the Olympic Development Director and the Youth Director.
Member Experience Representative (Full Time)
This role requires a detail-oriented customer service professional to assist members and customers with answers to inquiries, including member concerns and information on US Sailing membership and programs.
Scheduling Coordinator (Full Time)
The Scheduling Coordinator is responsible for working with host organizations to place educational courses on the US Sailing calendar. This includes confirming viability of host organization and finding, and assigning, an appropriate Instructor Trainer or Seminar Leader. As all Trainers and Seminar Leaders are contracted employees, this requires the Scheduling Coordinator to be proactive in finding available, qualified, representatives.
Please submit resumes and letters of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
US Sailing’s internship programs offer college students an excellent opportunity to apply their education and sharpen their talents in real world situations; gaining hands-on work experience by participating in challenging projects and assisting with day-to-day operations. This also gives students an advantage when beginning their job search. Internships are available throughout the year for both accredited and paid positions.
Championship Autumn Intern applications close June 1
An internship opportunity exists in the Championships department of US Sailing, the national governing body for the sport of sailing. This internship will run from September -November with the possibility of extension through December and is suitable for someone looking for a career in Communications and/or Event Management.
Championship Summer Intern - applications close March 1
An internship opportunity exists in the Championships department of US Sailing, the national governing body for the sport of sailing. This internship will run from May – August of 2016 with the possibility of extension through December and is suitable for someone looking for a career in Communications and/or Event Management.