The USTA is a vibrant, collaborative work environment that draws people who are passionate about their jobs. A diverse, dynamic not-for-profit association dedicated to growing the game of tennis for all people throughout the country, the USTA offers employment opportunities for applicants of different experience levels and in many areas of expertise.  

Find a Job at Your Local Section Office

The USTA is made up of 17 individual sections, each representing distinct geographic locations throughout the U.S. and all working to support players and promote the growth of the game across the country. 

Find a Job at Other Sections

Explore employment opportunities at other section offices outside of your area. It could be just what you're looking for.


USTA Northern: For open positions in the Northern section (Eagan, Minn.), click here.


USTA Intermountain: For open positions in the Intermountain section (Denver, Colo.), click here.


USTA Florida: For open positions in the Florida section (Orlando, Fla.), click here.

Find a Job at One of the USTA's National Offices

The USTA has offices at four different locations: the National Headquarters in White Plains, N.Y. ; Player Development and Community Tennis in Orlando, Fla.; the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, N.Y.; and the USTA Training Center – West in Carson, Calif.

USTA National Headquarters - Purchase, N.Y. & New York City

The USTA Westchester County and New York City offices house a variety of departments, including the executive office, pro tennis operations, shared services, marketing, business operations and administration.

If you would like to be a part of our team, please see the open positions below. (Click on job title to read the job description and apply.)

The USTA Westchester County office is located in Purchase, N.Y.
Chief Executive Officer, USTA Foundation

The NY-based Chief Executive Officer (CEO) leads all aspects of the Foundation including strategic vision, financial planning, delivery, operations, staff supervision, and board development to provide the programming and fundraising success necessary to achieve the Foundation’s mission and short and long-term goals. The CEO works closely with the USTA’s Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Executive of Community Tennis, and 50 Board of Directors and Advisory Members to achieve measurable outcomes and build a culture of philanthropy within the USTA, USTA Foundation, and the tennis community at large. 


Candidate Profile

In terms of the performance and personal competencies required for the position, we would highlight the following:

  • Advanced degree or significant experience of Executive Director-level or senior management experience,

  • Relevant not-for-profit experience.

  • Ability to work collaboratively and effectively in a layered and multi-constituent organization.

  • Proven track record in fundraising:  fund drives, capital campaigns, major gifts, stewardship, and grant award programs.  

  • Deep-rooted fundraising relationships with a non-profit institution.

  • Proven track record in programming and evaluation:  program development, metrics and outcomes, curriculum, grant disbursements, and grassroots leadership and community engagement. Deep-rooted program relationships with a non-profit institution.

  • Demonstrated creativity with a keen sense of business and financial acumen.

  • Success-oriented and a high degree of flexibility to manage multiple priorities efficiently and effectively.

  • Interpersonally: Professional sophistication, organizational skills, and personal charisma that command respect, credibility, and inspiration with colleagues, board members, volunteers, national and regional corporations, foundations, and individual donors.



The estimated salary range for this role is $300,000 to $325,000, with a 25% bonus opportunity at target. This salary range represents USTA's good faith and reasonable estimate of the possible base salary range at the time of posting and is one part of the total rewards USTA provides to employees.


Russell Reynolds Associates has been exclusively retained for this search. Given the need for confidentiality throughout this process, prospective candidates are invited to review the full profile specifications and to apply directly by sending their CV and brief explanation of interest to


The USTA Foundation is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, race, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a protected veteran.

For information on internships available at the USTA White Plains and Queens locations, click here.

USTA National Campus - Orlando, Fla.

The USTA National Campus debuted in Orlando, FL in 2017, with the goal of enhancing the sport at every level and creating an unparalleled playing, training and educational experience for players, coaches and spectators. 

USTA National Campus

Managing Director, Communications and Content

The USTA has engaged Diversified Search Group to conduct a search for a Managing Director, Communications and Content.



The Managing Director of Communications and Content, will oversee the development and execution of strategic communications plans across all media channels (digital, print, broadcast, and social) for all USTA initiatives and priorities and be the focal point to tell the story of tennis on a national basis beyond the US Open. This candidate will not only lead public relations and strategic communications, but also will oversee all content development for the Association, inclusive of social media, editorial, publishing, graphics and video services. S/he will also lead all communications efforts for the US Open including overall responsibility for US Open Media Operations. The position will have wider responsibility for overseeing the USTA’s internal and external communications strategy and marketing shared services.


For further details and consideration, please contact:


The expected range for the base salary for this position is $292,000 to $356,000/yr with a 25% bonus opportunity at target.  This range does not include any additional pay or benefits for which a person may qualify.  The actual base salary offered is determined by several variables, including, as appropriate, the applicant's qualifications for the position, the years of relevant experience, their unique skills, and the location from which they will be performing the job.

Please see the open positions below:

For information on internships and fellowships available at the USTA National Campus, click here.

USTA Training Center West — Carson, Calif. & Los Angeles

No current openings

US Open Tennis Championships - Flushing, N.Y.

The US Open is the highest-attended annual sporting event in the world. Recognized as one of the premier sports and entertainment events, the US Open is held at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, located in Flushing, Queens, just minutes from Manhattan.


Interested in joining our US Open team? To view open positions, click here.

USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center - Flushing, NY

The USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, one of the world's largest public tennis facilities, is home to the US Open and its centerpiece arena, Arthur Ashe Stadium. It also hosts players, programs and events throughout the year on the grounds and at its indoor center.


Tennis Professional

Tennis Professional (part-time)

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In accordance with Transparency in Coverage Final Rules certain group health plans are required to disclose information regarding in-network provider rates and historical out-of-network allowed amounts and billed charges for covered items and services in two separate machine-readable files (MRFs).  The MRFs for the benefit package options under the United States Tennis Association Incorporated Health Plan are linked below:


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The USTA is the national governing body for tennis and is dedicated to making the sport more inclusive and accessible for all. A not-for-profit association, the USTA is committed to growing the sport in the U.S. and making it look like America by supporting its growth and development at every level, from local communities to the crown jewel of the professional game, the US Open.