The Colorado School of Mines Recreational Sports Department invites applications for the Student Recreation Center Marketing and Facility Operations Summer Intern position. The Intern will provide support to the Assistant Director of the Student Recreation Center for the summer. Specifically, the Intern will provide supervision of the facility during the evening and weekend general operating hours, as well as providing operational support during athletics contests, recreational sports activities, and Student Recreation Center special events. The Intern will also help with marketing for the department. The SRC operates seven days a week with extended hours. Reporting to the Assistant Director of the Student Recreation Center, the Marketing and Facility Operations Intern provides vital support and flexibility in the management and supervision of the SRC.
A. Assist the Assistant Director with:
a. The vision, planning, management and assessment of the Student Recreation Center
b. The planning and development of policies, activities, and administrating all aspects of the Student Recreation Center including special events.
c. The implementation of a creative marketing plan for the SRC.
d. Recruiting, hiring, training, supervising, scheduling and evaluating student staff.
e. Special Events and camp setup, administration and supervision.
f. External Rental setup and supervision.
g. The oversight of all risk management issues for the SRC and the development of a compressive risk management plan.
B. Provide professional oversight during weekend and evening operating hours, as well as special events.
C. Support the mission and core values of the Student Recreation Center and assist with facility management as needed.
D. Adhere to all University and Department policies, procedures and regulations.
E. Other duties as assigned.
Interested individuals should submit a cover letter addressing each of the qualifications, resume, and the names and contact information of at least three professional references to:
Assistant Director, Student Recreation Center
CSM Recreational Sports
1651 Elm St.
Golden, CO 80401
Application materials may also be submitted via email: email@example.com
Review of applications will begin immediately and will be accepted until the position has been filled.
The successful candidate should have progressive experience in facility management and/or marketing in a collegiate recreation program. A previous degree (Bachelors or Masters) is preferred, but not required. This position requires previous experience in implementing recreational sports policies/procedures, executing risk management plans, creating and implementing marketing materials, strong leadership and conflict/resolution skills, training student staff, and managing a recreation facility. Also required is the ability to work a flexible schedule. The successful candidate must possess excellent organization, leadership, customer service and communication skills, including, but not limited to written, oral and interpersonal skills; and computer literacy.
Additional Salary Information: This position is a full-time, summer contract. The intern will have the option to live on-campus and on-campus housing will be provided if they choose to do so. Compensation is dependent whether the intern lives on campus or not. Schedule is mostly Monday-Friday with some nights and weekends. The successful candidate is not required to be seeking college credit during the internship.
About Colorado School of Mines Recreational Sports
ABOUT COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES
ENGINEERING THE WAY
Colorado School of Mines is a public research university devoted to engineering and applied science. It has the highest admissions standards of any public university in Colorado and among the highest of any public university in the U.S.
Mines has distinguished itself by developing a curriculum and research program geared towards responsible stewardship of the earth and its resources. In addition to strong education and research programs in traditional fields of science and engineering, Mines is one of a very few institutions in the world having broad expertise in resource exploration, extraction, production and utilization. As such, Mines occupies a unique position among the world's institutions of higher education.
Since its founding in 1874, the translation of the school's mission into educational programs has been influenced by the needs of society. Those needs are now focused more clearly than ever before. The world faces a crisis in balancing resource availability with environmental protection and Mines and its programs are central to the solution.
Mines offers all the advantages of a world-class research institution with a size that allows for personal attention.