The Intramural and Adventure Coordinator is a new position that reports to the Director of Recreation. This individual will be responsible for the daily operations of an intramural sports program which includes – selection and programming of activities, scheduling facilities for activities; maintaining intramural facilities and equipment; hiring, managing, training the score keeping and officiating student staff; and managing the intramural budget. This position will also provide experiential learning opportunities through the outdoor activity programs for a diverse university community. This individual will be responsible for the management and supervision of the outdoor recreation program that includes an adventure trip program and climbing wall/bouldering cave. The Coordinator will develop programs that meet the needs of the RRCC community, encourage participation in the programs, and fosters a fun, inclusive and safe environment for the programs participants.
Develop and manage the day-to-day operation of the Intramural program
Advise recreation-related clubs in conjunction with the Program Coordinator of Student Clubs
Develop and maintain program and employee manuals
Establish, implement, train, enforce and ensure compliance with risk management, safety, and injury policies and procedures to include emergency response.
Develop team and individual sport/activity schedules, which will include evening leagues and weekend events
Coordinates, implements, evaluates and supervises the daily operations of the Outdoor Adventure Program.
Administration, planning and evaluation of outdoor trips.
Work to dismantle barriers for participation amongst underrepresented populations in recreation
Collaborate with other departments to create inclusive programs that promote and celebrate diversity
Maintain a high level of accessibility to students and external partners while responding in an appropriate and timely manner to questions, concerns, requests, and feedback
Leadership and Supervision
Recruit, hire, train, schedule, and evaluate Intramural and Outdoors staff
Serve as primary supervisor to Intramural and Outdoors student staff
Co-supervise Recreation Center front desk student staff with Student Recreation Center professional staff
Plan, schedule, and facilitate staff meetings and development opportunities
Conduct multi-day trainings for Officials, Climbing Wall Instructors, and Outdoor Activity Leaders
Develop, assess, and revise learning outcomes for student staff and the program under the direction of the Director
Stay abreast of best practices and network with colleagues via professional associations
Staff major events and programs, including campus events
Develop comprehensive risk management policies for intramural programs
Manage the disciplinary and appeals process for intramural activities participants, working closely with the conduct office on campus
Manage budget for intramural programming
Develop policies, rules, and regulations for intramural activities
Assist with development of policies, rules, and regulations for the Fitness Center
Develop, assess, and revise learning outcomes for student staff, programs, and department
Bachelors degree in Outdoor Education, Recreation, Physical Education or a directly related field from an accredited institution.
A combination of education and related technical/paraprofessional experience may be substituted on a year for year basis.
-Ability to work with a diverse student and staff population.
-Effective communication and problem solving skills.
-Effective leadership and supervisory skills.
-Ability to build successful teams.
-Master’s Degree in sports management, recreation, physical education or related area
-Climbing Wall Instructor certification
-Wilderness First Responder certification.
-Two (2) years of intramural management experience
-Experience leading adventure trips
-Experience in climbing wall operations
To Apply – Applications are only being accepted on line via the Red Rocks Community College employment website.
Your cover letter should address how you meet the minimum and preferred qualifications for the position. Failure to submit a both a resume and cover letter will most likely result in the rejection of your application.
About Red Rocks Community College
RRCC has two campuses: our main campus in Lakewood, Colorado and our newly expanded campus in Arvada, Colorado. Red Rocks is Colorado’s premier community college and the fourth largest in the state, serving over 15,000 students each year. RRCC is the first community college in the nation to offer a Master’s degree in Physician Assistant studies and the first in ...Colorado to offer a Bachelor’s degree in Water Quality Management.
To meet increasing student demand for campus recreation options Red Rocks Community College is building a state of the art Student Recreation Center that includes social lounge space, drop-in cardio, free weight fitness space, functional exercise space, two group exercise rooms, a gymnasium, climbing and bouldering wall, flexible meeting rooms, renovations to an existing outdoor field, and locker rooms and support space. The facility is set to open in Spring 2017.
The Lakewood main campus, high in the foothills, with views looking along the Front Range to Boulder and beyond is located just minutes from downtown Denver, with dedicated RTD light-rail and bus stops. RRCC offers tuition assistance for full-time employees and most dependents, for classes within the 13-college, state-wide Colorado Community College System.