The Coordinator of Club Sports will serve as the day to day point person coordinating the administrative duties of the Drexel Club Sports Program, serving 35 teams, 50 coaches and 1,200 students. This individual is integral to enhancing the student experience through sports by providing proactive communication, immediate responses, detailed and well organized record-keeping and an overall first class, professional presentation of the Department.
Manage the day-to day operations of Drexel Club Sports.
Serve as primary point of contact for Drexel Club Sports for all University offices, coaches, and student leaders
Maintain proactive and diligent communication with all stakeholders to address their needs.
Create and develop Student Officer & Club Sports Coach Training and Recognition Process
Coordinate all club financial transactions. Maintain highly detailed and up-to-date records on all club finances. Be available to meet with clubs to assist with budget questions and needs.
Develop all campus practice schedules and home competitions.
Maintain all active club records including overall practices/competition schedules, contacts (club officers, coaches, instructors, facilities, staff, etc.), participation, club rosters, travel itineraries, recognition process, etc.
Assist with advising and mentoring the officers of clubs to assist in completing their business with related offices.
Coordinate the hiring process of all coaches and instructors.
Assist with the hiring, training, and supervising of student office staff and site supervisory staff.
Assist with the maintenance of the website, publicity bulletin board and other program promotional outlets.
Develop and complete Club Sports annual report.
Attend games and practices as assigned.
Interact/assist the Club Sports Athletic Training staff and the Club Sports Executive Board on a daily basis.
Attend Club Sports Council & Club Sports Executive Board Meetings as needed.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree required in Recreation Management, Sport Management, Higher Education or related field
Minimum of 1 year of experience in campus recreation or athletics
Master's Degree in related field preferred
The ability to work in a fast paced, professional business environment
Drexel University was founded in Philadelphia in 1891 to provide educational opportunities for women and men of all backgrounds. Now, as a comprehensive research university with over 26,000 students across its 15 colleges and schools, Drexel’s strength in co-operative education, experiential learning, and translational research provides its students and faculty with excellent opportunities for car...eer success. Known for innovation and dramatic growth, Drexel has earned top rankings from U.S. News & World Report, appearing among its Top 100 National Universities for the past seven years and on its Best Colleges list for the past 11 years.