You can plan your registered shooting events for the next three months with our printable NSSA Shoot Register.
So you won’t have to search through monthly target listings to find registered tournaments, we’ve separated those two categories into separate lists.
Our list is automatically updated weekly, so you can check back at any time to find events for the next three months, by state. You’ll also find Top 100, Zone, and State shoots on every month’s listing.
The National Skeet Shooting Association is now accepting applications for the position of NSSA Director/Assistant Director. The NSSA Director/Assistant Director will assist in the operation of the National Skeet Shooting Association.
NSSA Director/Assistant Director
The National Skeet Shooting Association is the world’s largest organization dedicated solely to the sport of skeet shooting. Founded in 1928 and headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, the NSSA is a 501(c)(3) organization with approximately 15,000 members and 600 affiliated member clubs. It is owned and operated by its members, who are represented by a Board of Directors and an Executive Committee which employs an Executive Director to manage NSSA affairs. The NSSA is dedicated to the development of the sport at all levels of participation and to creating an atmosphere of healthy competition and meaningful fellowship within its membership.
Job Requirements and Qualifications
The position of NSSA Director/Assistant Director is an on-site position at the National Shooting Complex in San Antonio, Texas. A successful candidate for the position should meet the following requirements and possess the following qualities:
Leadership and Management
- Demonstrate leadership and organizational skills to be able to work effectively.
- Be service-oriented toward our members and member clubs.
- Be able to work with, guide and direct volunteers.
- Be organized.
- Be able to listen, evaluate and reply constructively.
- Be able to manage and work in a team environment.
- Demonstrate flexibility where necessary to achieve objectives.
- Be able to set priorities.
- Be able to recommend plans of action and implement these plans.
- Be able to identify potential problems and make solution-based recommendations.
- Be able to understand and consistently enforce the NSSA rules and model good sportsmanship at every event.
- Communicate effectively, both orally and in written form, for interaction with staff, Board of Directors, NSSA officers, Executive Committee, NSSA committees, members and clubs, and for publication in member magazine, newsletters, website, social media, and other communications channels.
- Possess Microsoft Office skills and ability to support virtual meetings on Microsoft Teams. Be fully functional on email and spreadsheet programs/applications and capable of learning basic database programs.
- Must possess one to three years’ experience as administrative manager or assistant or equivalent work experience.
- Be able to work with staff, Board of Directors, committees, and other groups.
- Be an outgoing personality interested in member and club concerns.
- Be organized and willing to learn about NSSA topics.
- Be able to annually work 2-5 weekends for meetings and events at NSSA headquarters and travel 2-5 times a year as required to represent NSSA.
Education and Experience
- Required high school diploma or GED equivalent with 8-10 years of work experience -OR- Preferred Bachelor’s degree with 3-5 years’ work experience.
- Required current or former NSSA, ATA or NSCA member.
- Preferred current NSSA member.
Compensation and Benefits
- Base salary with annual performance-based bonus. Combined salary and bonus range of $50,000-$70,000. Salary is dependent on education, experience and qualifications.
- Medical (UnitedHealthcare), dental and life insurance; optional vision and various supplemental insurances.
- 401(k) with annual employment metrics and employer matching (employment tenure-based).
Duties and Responsibilities
The NSSA Director/Assistant Director will assist in the operation of the National Skeet Shooting Association, including the following responsibilities:
- Prepare for, host and follow up on all action items for a minimum of two meetings annually with NSSA officers and Executive Committee and one annual meeting of NSSA Board of Directors, reporting on the status of the association.
- Work closely with and provide support to association committees and others appointed by the President.
- Interface with the Executive Director and peers to ensure coordinated operations of the association.
- Manage programs for members, member clubs, state and zone associations.
- Assist in certifying membership rolls of the NSSA, announce elections and gather candidates for elections.
- Organize and execute elections in accordance with NSSA bylaws.
- Learn aspects and topics of NSSA and communicate with members and member clubs.
- Assist management of logistics, equipment, supplies, awards and merchandise.
- Manage and oversee all aspects of the NSSA Hall of Fame Banquet.
- Assist in publication of membership records and materials, including class cards, rule books, Records Annual, and referee and instructor resources.
- Assist in providing and reviewing materials for publication in Clay Target Nation magazine, NSSA social media channels, NSSA website and other publications.
To apply for the position of NSSA Director/Assistant Director, submit a resume to:
Michael Hampton, Jr.
National Skeet Shooting Association
5931 Roft Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78253
Nominations are now open for members of the NSSA Board of Directors, the first governing body to be elected this year. Each state, province, U.S. military service branch, and other regions will elect at least one Director, with the number based on the number of members counted there as of December 31, 2019. Members who wish to run for the position must submit a nomination form with the endorsement of their state association or the signatures of five NSSA members from the same state/province/territory. Click here to see the number of Directors each state/province is entitled to. Those elected will serve a two-year term beginning January 1, 2021.
Candidates must be current, paid NSSA members; CLM members and Crossfire shooters are not eligible. Ballots will be distributed by email to all members with an email address on file. Members who require a printed ballot may request one by contacting Stephanie Haga, email@example.com, 210-688-3371, ext. 962. You must provide your name, member number, and state.
Military members (active duty, veteran, or retired) may run for and vote in either their state of residence or their branch of service.
Key dates for NSSA Director Elections:
- Deadline for nominations: April 23
- Ballots sent to membership: As soon as practicable after May 1
- Voting closes: Midnight June 30
Zone Committee Persons Election
Following the election of Directors, members will vote for Zone Committee persons. The Zone Committee persons collectively comprise the NSSA Executive Committee. Only Directors serving the current term may vote for Zone Committee person and may vote only for their respective zone. The nominee must be a current Director in that zone.
- Nomination period: July 1-31
- Ballots sent to current Directors: As soon as practicable after August 1
- Deadline to request printed ballot: August 12
- Deadline for receipt at NSSA HQ: Midnight August 25
- Run-off ballots sent for any ties: August 31
- Run-off voting deadline: September 15
Officer Election (President, Vice President, Secretary-Treasurer)
- Deadline for nominations received at NSSA headquarters: June 25
– Any member receiving the nomination of five Directors, at least three of whom are from different states, shall be entitled to be a candidate.
– Such nominations must be accompanied by a letter signed by the nominee agreeing to the candidacy.
- Deadline for Executive Committee as nominating committee to submit nominations: July 1
- Ballot distribution deadline: On or before July 10
- Voting deadline: August 20
If there is more than one candidate for any office, the President shall select an independent accounting firm to whom the ballots will be sent for tabulation. Each ballot sent to the Directors shall be accompanied by a return envelope marked “Officers Ballot” and addresses to the selected accounting firm, if one is used. If an accounting firm is used, that firm shall tabulate the ballots and certify and deliver results to the association’s office on or before August 30. The nominee for each office who receives a plurality of the votes cast shall be elected to the office for which he or she was nominated. The officers so elected and certified shall assume office on January 1.
NSSA and NSCA have doubled their commitment to their scholarship programs and will each award four $5000 college scholarships this year to deserving members who will graduate from high school and start a four-year college program in 2020.
The scholarships will be awarded based on academics, citizenship, and participation in NSSA or NSCA. Applicants must submit an application, a short essay, a transcript, and a letter of recommendation. The scholarships are paid incrementally by semester, and students must maintain a B average.
The deadline to apply has been extended to March 15, 2020. Scholarship winners will be notified prior to the end of the school year and will be featured in an upcoming issue of Clay Target Nation.
See full requirements and application forms below.