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Little League® does not limit participation in its activities on the basis of disability, race, creed, color, national origin, gender, sexual preference, or religious preference. Little League Baseball Incorporated is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Southwest U.S. Regional Director, Little League International (Waco, Texas)

Reporting to the Sr. Director of League Development & Regional Operations, the Southwestern Region Director manages the relationships and operations necessary to run the Little League programs in the 7 states in the Southwest Region of the United States.

Program management includes:

  • Provide comprehensive leadership, planning, and administration of the Little League programs, and manage and control the staff, maintenance, and facility operations in Waco, Texas
  • Implement and coordinate local league and district operation strategies and tournaments for 13 levels of play in baseball and softball
  • Facilitate large group educational sessions and meetings where public speaking is required
  • Promote community relations and partnerships through attendance at civic events and service to community organizations
  • Maintain consistent communication with local league and district volunteers and provide motivation, direction, and support
  • Maintain accurate financial records and budgets of the regional center
  • Travel to all states in the region by car and/or plane required

Requirements/Qualifications include:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Administration, Business, Public Relations, or related field
  • Familiarity with Little League rules and regulations
  • Baseball/Softball background and knowledge
  • Proficient computer skills with knowledge of MS Office
  • Passion for youth development, community building, and mentoring
  • Public speaking experience
  • Previous management experience required
  • Bilingual Spanish/English required
  • Live within commuting distance to regional office

For consideration, please send resume with cover letter to cneff@littleleague.org and include salary requirements. E/O/E

Full Time Assistant Director of U.S. Central Region - Indianapolis, Indiana

Little League® Baseball and Softball is the world’s largest organized youth sports program, with 2.4 million players and one million adult volunteers in every U.S. state and more than 80 other countries. Founded in 1939, more than 35 million people around the world, from a U.S. president to community leaders to professional athletes, can call themselves Little League graduates. We are currently seeking an Assistant Director for our U. S. Central Region. This full time position is responsible for assisting the Director of the Central Region in the operation of the Regional Center while administering the Little League Program in the Central Region of the U.S. This includes providing service and support for league and district operations, in addition to coordinating tournament operations and schedules. This assistant director will work with the regional director to inform, educate and promote the Little League program to internal and external audiences in the Central Region. This individual will work to develop the Little League program in the Central Region through strong leadership, strategic planning and clear expectations in a professional environment of teamwork and collaboration.

Minimum Requirements:

  1. Bachelor’s degree in Sports Administration, Business Administration, Communications, Marketing or related field
  2. Experience in managing, motivating and working with volunteers
  3. Proven understanding of clear, concise, consistent messaging through various platforms
  4. Superior communication skills, both verbal and written
  5. Excellent organizational Skills
  6. Demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks and deadlines
  7. Ability to work well with others in a stressful environment
  8. Excellent presentation skills
  9. Strong intuitive and reasoning skills
  10. Ability to work nights and weekends through the year and be receptive to schedule changes
  11. Must have a valid driver’s license
  12. Must pass background check

Preferred Qualifications:

  1. Minimum three years’ experience working in the sports industry
  2. Background in baseball or softball
  3. Knowledge of Little League rules and regulations
  4. General supervisory experience

Interested candidates should send resumes and salary requirements to cneff@littleleague.org. No phone calls. Due to the anticipated volume of responses, we will contact only those candidates who most closely match our requirements.

Sponsorship and Marketing Coordinator

Little League International is seeking a full time Sponsorship and Marketing Coordinator for our South Williamsport, Pennsylvania location. This position requires a bachelor’s degree in marketing, sports management or related field and two to three years of relevant marketing, sponsorship, media sales or sports-related industry experience. Candidate must be able to work in a fast paced environment with exceptional organizational skills, possess strong written and oral communication skills and demonstrate a solid understanding of client service. Event management experience a plus, and a solid understanding of marketing principles including sponsorships, event marketing, merchandising, licensing, advertising, and public relations.

To apply, please send resume with three references and salary requirements to ppoust@littleleague.org.


Programmer Analyst

Little League® International has an immediate opening in South Williamsport, PA for a full-time PROGRAMMER ANALYST reporting to the Director of Information Services. This position will provide software development for new and existing projects, assistance in upgrading existing software and databases, and system support and software development for Little League International’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) software. This position operates as part of a team under the mentorship of the Director of Information Services. Individuals who desire to work for a company with 75+ years of history supporting youth baseball and softball and who enjoy facing an evolving set of technical challenges should apply.


Candidates must possess a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science plus a minimum of two years work experience designing, programming, and troubleshooting object-oriented applications in C# or VB.NET. Four or more years of work experience will be considered in lieu of a degree. Similar lengths of experience with SQL and developing both web and desktop applications are required. Intermediate knowledge of computer hardware, networks, mainframe architecture, Microsoft Office, and enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications is also required.

The ideal candidate will have experience in one or more of the following: IBM eServer iSeries (AS/400) platform, RPG programming, system documentation, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne ERP software, and financial accounting best practices. A willingness to learn these skills on the job and independently is a must in order to be successful in this position.

Candidates must be customer-service focused, as this position will occasionally require providing guidance and assistance to internal and external users, both in-person and by phone. Strong communication and organizational skills are also required.

While most work is done during normal business hours, occasional peaks in workload and special events such as the Little League World Series may require working in the evenings and on weekends. Occasional (< 5%) travel may be required.

Compensation is commensurate with experience.

Little League International is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Drug and background checks required. Telecommuting and relocation assistance is not available for this position. This position is open until filled.

Please submit your resume, cover letter with salary requirements, and three references to Carol Neff, Director of Human Resources, at cneff@littleleague.org.

There are currently no part-time positions available.

Fall Marketing Intern

Little League Baseball, Incorporated, the world’s largest youth sports program located in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania is seeking a temporary part-time Marketing Intern for the fall; September – December, 2016. This is an excellent opportunity for a college student to gain valuable experience within our Marketing, Sponsorship, Licensing and Merchandising departments. The ideal candidates will be self-motivated, have excellent communication and customer service skills; have an understanding of marketing principles and concepts as well as strong computer skills. The minimal level of education is a college junior or senior enrolled in a relevant Marketing program. The intern positions are being offered at $8.00/hour. Housing, transportation and all expenses are the responsibility of the intern. Interested candidates should send cover letter with resume along with three references and/or a minimum of three letters of recommendations from college professors to mshaffer@littleleague.org by June 15th. 2016


If you’re interested in teaching baseball skills to children ranging in age from 9-14, please take a moment to consider the Little League Baseball Summer Camps.

Little League Summer Camp Structure and Goals

  • Little League Baseball has been offering summer camps for more than 30 years, teaching baseball skills and providing a wide range of recreation activities.
  • The Little League Summer Camps are conducted under the direction of well screened highly qualified staff or instructors.
  • The camps provide the latest training aids and instructional techniques. All equipment used is approved by Little League Baseball to provide maximum safety for the Little League campers.
  • Performance/compatibility evaluations for each camper are provided to parents after each session.
  • The camps are designed for younger players who need more guidance in the fundamentals of the game, while more advanced players are challenged to sharpen their skills and try new positions.

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Coaching Position Responsibilities and Benefits

  • Teaching baseball skills to players.
  • Coach games against the other Camp teams.
  • Team size is approximately 14 players.
  • All camp employees are provided sleeping quarters separate from the players (with the exception of our Central Region location) but are responsible for their team at all times during the week-long camp.
  • Facilities at each camp may vary but all locations provide comfortable accommodations.
  • Salary plus meals, laundry, towels, and bed linens.
  • Camp sessions run from Sunday afternoon through the following Friday morning.
  • Transportation is not provided.

Counselor Position Responsibilities and Benefits

  • Assist Coach in teaching baseball skills to players.
  • Assist Coach during games against other camp teams.
  • Help supervise other recreational camp activities such as swimming.
  • Team size is approximately 14 players.
  • All camp employees are provided sleeping quarters separate from the players (with the exception of our Central Region location) but are responsible for their team at all times during the week-long camp.
  • Facilities at each camp may vary but all locations provide comfortable accommodations.
  • Salary plus meals, laundry, towels and linens.
  • Camp sessions run from Sunday afternoon through the following Friday morning.
  • Transportation is not provided.

Beginning the Summer of 2011, the Counselor in Training (CIT) program has been discontinued. If you are at least 16 years old, you are eligible to apply for a Counselor position. Please see the Counselor Position Responsibilities and Benefits, if you are interested.

Camp Locations and Dates
To apply for a position at a Little League Summer Camp, please complete the application and return it to one of the addresses below. Applications will be forwarded to the Camp Director for consideration.

We are not currently hiring for World Series positions at this time.

Little League International Complex
Contact: Carol Neff, Director of Human Resources
Little League International
539 US Route 15 Highway, P.O. Box 3485
Williamsport, PA 17701-0485
(570) 326-1921