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to opportunity.

Work at the 2024 US Open August 19 - September 8

Land a job among the world’s greatest tennis champions at the legendary USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York, with opportunities for all skill levels spanning two weeks to year-round. You don’t have to be a tennis fan to apply, but we bet you will be by the time the last match is called.

Take a swing.

Explore a variety of exciting roles essential to our tennis tournament, whether you’re looking for an entry-level position or to round out your experience with a head-turning resume builder.

Guest Services

Guest Services

Player Experiences

Player Services


Courts & Grounds

Facility Operations

Facilities Operations

Marketing IT

Administrative & IT

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Year-round Talent

What it's like to work here.

Get a feel for our vibe. Hear directly from the people who started and built their careers at the US Open – and why you may want to do the same.

Click below to watch our video and learn all about the opportunities that await you when you join our team.


BE OPEN-minded. Join our talent network.

Not quite ready to apply? Submit your contact info and resume, we’ll reach out when we have opportunities that suit your skills and interests. Game, set, match.

Perks of the work.

  • Competitive pay
  • Meal allowances*
  • Complimentary US Open uniform
  • An unmatched resume-builder
  • An inclusive workplace culture
  • Great work experience
  • An unforgettable life experience
  • Major cool points
*For USTA-NTC team members only.

“I’m proud to be a part of one of the biggest sporting events in the world. I’ve learned so many things. The best part of working at the US Open is being able to do what I love with people that feel like family.”

Elizabeth Guevara
Facility Operations - 6 years

“I love the camaraderie our team has. No matter what department we work in, we’re all working toward one goal. We’re all different, but we have fun and enjoy the experience of working together at a big sporting event.”

Alphonso Sealy
Facility Operations - 13 years

“The US Open is a high-energy place and, as a tennis fan, I’m so proud to work here. Even though we work long days, we don’t feel it because we’re active from the time we get in to the time we leave.”

Joe McKenna
Area Director of Guest Services, Arthur Ashe Stadium - 3 years

“I feel butterflies every year when it’s time to work at the US Open again. I get excited like a little kid! I really love being here.”

Pamela Fuller
Guest Access - 3 years

About the US Open.

The US Open Tennis Championships is the world’s most spectacular sports and entertainment experience made to inspire a love for tennis.

Since 1881, the United States Tennis Association (USTA) event has been welcoming tennis’ top athletes to compete for glory in front of crowds of fans, A-list celebrities and national broadcasts.

Today, the US Open remains New York’s premier hardcourt tennis tournament and final Grand Slam of the year, played in Queens, NY and loved all over the world.

Tennis is always Open for everyone.

We believe in fairness and a level playing field—on and off the court.
We’re All In toward creating a more inclusive, diverse and equitable tennis community. This takes center stage at the US Open, where diversity, inclusion and respect are cornerstones of our global event.

Be part of the action. Be part of history.

143 Years

Started in 1881 at the Newport Casino, Rhode Island


Fans of all ages and aces attended in 2023

11 Championships

Men’s & Women’s Singles & Doubles, Mixed Doubles

1 of 4 Grand Slams

Following Australian Open, French Open & Wimbledon


Countries where the tournament is broadcast

7,000+ Employees

Supporting the 3-week tournament

Our hiring partners.

Additional seasonal opportunities at the US Open are also available through these USTA hiring partners:

Amerivents Andy Frain Aramark KBS A&A Levy Fugazy Sports Entertainment

BE OPEN to what’s next.

Start your US Open career today.

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