Under general direction, perform administrative and supervisory work in the planning, development, and implementation of youth & family recreational and social programming for the Duke University Faculty Club.
Manage and direct club programs and services to include year-round recreational and social programming, youth summer camps, and general membership events.
Recruit, interview, hire, train, and evaluate summer seasonal staff and part-time year-round staff, ensuring delivery of consistent excellence in programming.
Perform long and short-term planning for program budget expenditures; work with DFC management staff regarding expenditure monitoring, proper billing and resolution of disputed charges.
Communicate program opportunities, schedule changes and general club announcements to the membership through email, monthly newsletter, social media, website updates, and personal interaction.
Assist in the develop and coordination of marketing strategies and activities to generate continued growth of the DFC and its various programs and services.
Assist in the oversight of all DFC facilities insuring safety and cleanliness; Enforce all DFC rules and regulations governing the use of its facilities, equipment and other property.
Assist the DFC management staff in other club related activities and events as required.
Work to create a welcoming and vibrant environment that promotes safety, quality customer service, and excellence.
Work requires one year of professional experience in recreation programming (to include youth recreation and camps), including supervisory experience.
Work requires analytical, communication and organizational skills generally acquired through completion of a bachelor’s degree program.
Demonstrated administrative and management abilities, excellent interpersonal skills, high levels of energy, enthusiasm and motivation, creative problem solving, maturity, and the ability to work effectively with members and other professional staff.
Ability to multi-task and re-prioritize continuously throughout the workday
Strong computer skills (Excel, Access, and web-based applications; Adobe Creative Suite experience a plus); Windows environment.
Organized, detailed oriented, and highly self-motivated with the ability to work both independently and collaboratively as the project demands.
Due to the seasonal nature of recreation clubs, flexible hours may be required (early mornings, evenings, weekends, holidays)
TO APPLY, go to http://facultyclub.duke.edu/aboutus/employment.html