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Supervisor of Officials

Pro Sports

Location: New York, NY
Job Status: Full Time
Posted/Updated: 04-18-2017

Job Description:

Minimum five years of on-field NFL Officiating experience and consistently met performance standards.

College degree preferred
This position will play a role in maintaining the integrity and consistency of Officiating for the National Football League. The Regional Supervisor will assist the SVP of officiating in the duties and responsibilities outlined below:

In Season (Mid July- January)

  1. Attend annual NFL officiating clinic and lead position breakout sessions.
  2. Attend NFL training camps to work with coaching staffs and Game Officials during practice and meetings.
  3. Attend and evaluate NFL preseason games.
  4. Attend one NFL game per weekend during regular season including the Saturday crew meeting.
  5. Evaluate NFL regular season games.
  6. Create bi-weekly position tape as the position specialist.
  7. Provide weekly support and feedback to Game Officials at their position including a written progress report twice a season.
  8. Attend and evaluate one post season game each weekend.

    1. Create year-end evaluation report for each Game Official at their position highlighting strengths and areas for improvement.
    2. Provide additional support to designated NFL clubs.
    3. Support Officiating Development program by scouting in local area during NCAA football season
    4. Any other duties as requested by the Senior Vice President of Officiating.

Off Season (February-Mid July)

  1. Attend meetings at League office to prepare for upcoming season.
  2. Recruit, develop and train local officials in each of the League cities to work with the clubs throughout the year.
  3. Attend OTA's and mini-camps.
  4. Attend rules study sessions with NFL Officials.
  5. Visit designated coaching staffs to cover new rules, points of emphasis, and other officiating issues.
  6. Conduct mini-clinics with NFL Officials who need extra work.
  7. Create rules tests for pre-season and regular season.
  8. Create video library relating to specific rules and play situations.
  9. Attend and scout college spring games.
  10. Forge relationships with college officiating coordinators.
  11. Conduct annual officiating candidate interviews.
  12. Forge relationships with the local high school associations.
  13. Attend college officiating clinics.
  14. Any other duties as requested by the Senior Vice President of Officiating.

  • This individual will have superior management skills, a strong executive presence, and exceptional communication skills. Outstanding oral and written communication skills. Ability to represent the NFL to a wide range of audiences including club executives, league department heads, players, coaches, game officials and fans.
  • Relationship skills. Proven ability to build strong relationships and establish credibility quickly in key relationships.

  • This individual will have a solid understanding of NFL officiating rules and game day football operations.

  • Computer proficient: Microsoft Office (Word, Power Point, Excel, Outlook), Internet, and NFL Vision.

Club executives, NFL officials, Coaches and Players


College Supervisors and Local high school associations


Extensive travel required


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