The Office of Campus Recreation at The University of Tampa has an opening for the position Coordinator of Competitive Sports. This position is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the club sports program. This position reports to the Assistant Director, Competitive Sports.
As a member of the Office of Student Affairs, this position will uphold the values of diversity and inclusion, collaboration, personal responsibility, professionalism and community and citizenship. The work of this position will intentionally align with strategic priorities to advance the mission and vision of student affairs, which results in student learning and support for students to grow as global citizens.
Coordinate the hiring, training, supervision, and development of (2+) Student Coordinator of Club Sports, Club Sport Officers, and a program with 12 clubs and 200+ club sport athletes.
Engage and provide assistance with the planning and development of the Club Sports council.
Directly oversee and manage all club financial dealings and meet regularly with club representatives to discuss and approve budget planning.
Collaborate and establish a relationship with volunteer coaches and advisors.
Continually develop and adhere to appropriate risk management policies and safety procedures.
Coordinate and secure travel arrangements and 3rd party lodging with hotels, vendors and become the main liaison between club sports and University of Tampa financial management.
Coordinate game and practice scheduling with club leaders, game opponents, and master schedule for facility utilization.
Coordinate marketing and publicity efforts for club sports.
Conduct regular reviews and evaluation of programs, equipment and facilities.
Assist with the administration of intramural sports tournaments and special events.
Collaborates with the UT campus community to enhance the educational, leadership potential and experiential opportunities for student employees and program participants.
Master's Degree required in Exercise Science, Health Science, Recreation Management, Sport Management, Student Affairs or related fields.
Minimum one year of experience working or volunteering with club sports.
Must have knowledge of the components of a club sports program and its day-to-day operational requirements.
Must be able to communicate clearly with students, faculty, and staff.
Must be able to hire, train, and manage student staff and flexibility to work and manage events during evenings, late nights and weekends.
Must have or attain (within 90 days of employment) a valid CPR/AED and First Aid Instructor Certification from the American Red Cross.
To apply, please visit www.ut.edu/jobs
Internal Number: R0001888
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