Direct a comprehensive Club Sport program suitable for a large and diverse university community. Maintain all forms (both written and electronic) accounting, risk management items and university travel by club sport teams. Periodically review club performance and meet with clubs during events outside of normal office hours. Stay up to date on current trends, practices and standards for a comprehensive university club sports program. Allocate and review funding for all sport clubs under Recreational Sports. Recruit, hire, train and evaluate student staff for sport club program including CPR and safety training. Maintain payroll records for students under supervision. Maintain CPR Instructor certification.
In cooperation with the Program Director manage, assess and maintain all outdoor activity areas (excluding pools) of the department of Recreational Sports. This includes developing maintenance protocol, staffing, risk management and general upkeep of the areas. Regular and systematic site reviews of all areas. Serve as the key contact for these areas in the absence of the Program Director. Assist with the staffing of the areas for events and activities.
Assist with marketing, development, staffing, organization and programming of summer youth sports camp.
Work in conjunction with the Assistant Director of Facilities to coordinate indoor spaces for events and programs. Work with other areas of the department to maximize space use. Coordinate club, intramurals and special events with facilities and other areas of the department.
Develop, assist and work with the staff of Recreational Sports to develop relationships across a diverse university campus and community. Serve on campus committees and represent Recreational Sports in campus events. Form relationships with other departments on campus to help maintain a campus presence for the department.
Bachelor's degree in the area of specialization or closely related field. Three years of related administrative and technical experience. Additional job related education may be substituted for the required experience on a year-for-year basis.
Master’s degree in related area. 2-3 years experience in Recreational Sports management and/or experience in student organization development. Supervisory experience of student personnel management; additional experience in budgetary management and payroll systems.
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