USTA National Tennis Center Inc.

2024 US Open Anti-Doping Chaperones (Seasonal)

Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(3/25/2024 10:08 AM)
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Event Operations
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Queens, NY

Who We Are  It takes the most talented people to put on the world’s greatest tennis event. The US Open Tennis Championships are one of the highest-attended annual sporting events in the world. Each year, for three weeks in the late summer, the US Open is the focus of the sports & entertainment universe. Passionate fans from around the world come to NYC to witness the toughest tennis on the game’s biggest stage. With more than 900,000 on-site visitors, over 224 million television viewers worldwide and over 45 million online visitors globally in 2023, why not come and enjoy the thrill and excitement of working with our team?


The USTA is looking for qualified male and female candidates to serve as Anti-Doping Chaperones.  Detailed Below is the position’s requirements.


Start Date: August 26, 2024

End Date: September 8, 2024

Must be available every day

The Role

  • Notify the player selected of the need for sample collection
  • Accompany and observe the player until and after his/her arrival at the Doping Control Station (DCS)
  • All Chaperones will be provided a US Open uniform and be responsible for the use of their portable radio equipment.   Each will be given an “ALL ACCESS” Credential, to include Locker Room access. 
  • Chaperones MUST maintain visual contact with the player from the moment the match is completed until the player arrives in the Anti-Doping Station.  
  • All individuals selected to be Chaperones will be required to meet with the IDTM Team for a training session on Monday of the US Open Qualifying Tournament.
  • All individuals selected to be Chaperones will be required to be available to work the entire two and a half weeks of the 2024 US Open.

Who You Are

  • Currently enrolled or have graduated from college
  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Be fluent in English
  • Maintain strict confidentiality of their duties
  • Have a strong knowledge of tennis and/or professional sport competition


Salary: $17 per hour; overtime eligible

$35 daily meal allowance during tournament (via credential)


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