Coordinator for Competitive Sports, University of Florida
University of Florida Recreational Sports
January 22, 2018
42000.00 - 45000.00
Full Time - Entry Level
Intramurals, Sport Clubs
The University Of Florida Department Of Recreational Sports is now accepting applications for the position of Coordinator for Competitive Sports. This position assists in managing a comprehensive Intramural Sports program to include; leagues, tournaments, special events, and extramural events in multiple campus locations for University of Florida Students. Assist in managing a comprehensive Sport Clubs program to include; serve as a liaison to clubs, provide leadership and mentor sport club council members, club officers and club members, conduct trainings, facility scheduling, finance and budget planning and work directly with professional and student staff to plan and coordinate activities and independently assess problems and develop solutions.
* Master’s degree in an appropriate area of specialization; or bachelor’s degree and two years of appropriate experience required.
* Preferred – Master’s degree in an appropriate area of specialization and relevant experience in intramural sports and sport clubs. First Aid, CPR/AED and CRSS/RCRSP certification.
* Candidate must have strong written and oral communication skills, have strong organizational and supervisory skills and be able to work effectively as part of a team.
* Criminal background check required.
* Please submit application material via UF Gator jobs - https://jobs.ufl.edu/applicants - requisition # 506089
* Application deadline: February 19, 2018. Starting date: April/May 2018 (negotiable). Direct questions to email@example.com.
* Applications received from Bluefishjobs.com WILL NOT be considered.
Internal Number: 506089
About University of Florida Recreational Sports
The University of Florida is one of only 17 public land-grant universities that belong to the Association of American Universities. With an enrollment of 50,000 students, UF provides high quality instruction to prepare the future leaders of the state and nation. The Department of Recreational Sports strives to provide an extensive array of leisure and recreational opportunities. Approximately 84 percent of UF students participate in RecSports programs and services, which include the Center for Outdoor Recreation and Education (CORE), two recreation centers, two strength and conditioning areas, an assessment center, a training center, an indoor track, nine multi-purpose field areas, an outdoor recreation complex, two lakeside parks and the UF Outdoor Team Challenge Courses.