Summary:This position provides leadership and performs organizational duties to assure the successful operation of a comprehensive collegiate club sports program.
Oversee the financial management for 40-45 individual club sport teams including budgeting, approving, and tracking all fund appropriations and expenses; managing funding allocation process; assisting clubs plan and develop fundraising activities throughout the year.
Assist clubs in planning and implementation of hosting successful special events and tournaments utilizing Mizzou/City of Columbia athletic and recreation facilities.
Responsible for the hiring, supervising and evaluating 15 – 20 Club Sport student staff.
Provide supervision and coordination of evening and weekend operations of the Club Sport program including scheduling student staff, team relations, and coordination of set-up and management of facilities used during Club Sport practices and events. The position is designed to work a non-traditional schedule to include weekday evenings and weekend hours.
Responsible for the coordination and marketing of Club Sports program and special events.
Develop and implement an on-going student leader (club officers) training program that advises students on required University policies and procedures related to the management of each club. Such topics and issues include; travel guidelines and arrangements, event and risk management procedures, approved procurement practices, facility scheduling, and documentation requirements.
Build reciprocal relationships with campus and community organizations to assist in the development of facility use agreements and fundraising opportunities for individual Club teams.
Assist with purchasing, maintenance and inventory of sport-specific equipment.
Assist with the supervision of RecSports (Intramural) program daily operation.
Participate in the preparation of department and program assessments; analyze data and report findings in order to make recommendations for improvement.
Serve as a member of the facility on-duty leadership team by assisting to provide on-duty, direct front-line leadership for all aspects of the Student Recreation Complex, Stankowski Outdoor Complex to include the ability to actively engage and provide hands on coaching and leadership to all front-line Team Mizzou student staff.
Perform related duties as assigned.
Weekdays with some early mornings, nights, and weekend requirements.
Masters Degree in Recreation, Sports Administration or related field. Standard Red Cross First Aid, CPR, AED and / or Instructor Certification. Ability to plan and organize large sport programs and events. Proficient in Microsoft word, Excel, Power Point, and Outlook. Demonstrated ability to be detail oriented, as well as, handle multiple tasks simultaneously. Strong interpersonal skills, excellent presentation skills, and written and verbal communication skills.
How to Apply:
To apply for this position go to the MU HR WebsiteJob Opening #: 25826
All applications must be accompanied by a cover letter, current resume, and three references that include an immediate supervisor.
For fullest consideration, applications must be received by Friday, March 23, 2018.
Staff will be available to meet at the NIRSA National Conference via the COC. For additional information, contact:
Laura Salerno Senior Associate Director firstname.lastname@example.org
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