US Squash is searching for candidates interested in working as on-site event staff for the 2017-2018 season. Each year, US Squash manages major championships throughout the country. Applicants will have the opportunity to work in a variety of roles alongside US Squash staff to foster a positive tournament experience for all attendees.
See below for a list of events with opportunities available. Please use this form to apply; applicants can indicate their interest to work at one or multiple events.
|Oct 07 – 09 2017: Arlen Specter Pennsylvania Junior Championships (JCT), Philadelphia, PA|
|Oct 14 – 15 2017: U.S. Squash Skill Level Championships, Philadelphia, PA|
|Nov 10 – 12 2017: Howe Cup, Washington , DC|
|Dec 16 – 19 2017: U.S. Junior Open, New Haven/Hartford, CT|
|Jan 13 – 15 2018: Mid Atlantic Junior Championships (JCT), Baltimore, MD|
|Jan 19 – 21 2018: U.S. Middle School Championships, New Haven, CT|
|Jan 26 – 28 2018: U.S. Century Doubles, New York, NY|
|Feb 02 – 04 2018: U.S. High School Championships, Philadelphia, PA|
|Feb 16 – 18 2018: 2018 College Women’s National Team Championships, Boston, MA|
|Feb 17 – 19 2018: West Coast Junior Championships (JCT), San Francisco, CA|
|Feb 23 – 25 2018: 2018 College Men’s National Team Championships, Hartford, CT|
|Mar 02 – 04 2018: U.S. National Doubles, Philadelphia, PA|
|Mar 02 – 04 2018: 2018 College Individual Championships, Washington, DC|
|Mar 09 – 11 2018: U.S. Nationals, Philadelphia, PA|
|Mar 16 – 18 2018: U.S. Junior Closed, Boston, MA|
|Apr 20 – 22 2018: U.S. Junior Silver Championships, Baltimore, MD|
|Apr 20 – 22 2018: U.S. Father-Son Doubles, New York/CT, NY|
|Apr 27 – 29 2018: U.S. Junior Bronze Championships, Stamford, CT|
|Apr 27 – 29 2018: U.S. Mixed Doubles, New York, NY|
Tournament operations staff act in a variety of roles, including, but not limited to: match-flow management, technology, registration, and assisting players and fans with questions and other needs. Staff members must place a premium on customer service, and thrive in a fast-paced environment working within a team.
Match Supervisors work with players, coaches, parents and officials to ensure the smooth and fair operation of ongoing match play. Match supervisors uphold the standards of sportsmanship and conduct of players and spectators, ensure matches run in a timely manner, and liaise with the site director. Match supervisors do not act as referees, and therefore an in-depth knowledge of the rules of squash is not a requirement for candidates.
US Squash looks forward to working with interested applicants to make the 2017-2018 National Championship season a success.