Supports the program director by performing administrative duties related to planning, directing and coordinating both the academic and operational activities of the program.
Recruit, train, schedule and evaluate student sport officials for selected sports. Maintain payroll for students under supervision. Keep up on trends, standards and best practices for intramural and recreational sports.
Assist with the development and implementation of a comprehensive intramural sports and event program for the campus community. Develop, manage and evaluate programs including marketing strategies, staffing and program development.
Assist the Assistant Director with intramural staff training and development. Insure staff are trained and compliant with university rules and processes. Assist with CPR and safety training. Maintain CPR Instructor Certification.
Assist with the marketing, development, staffing, organization and programming of summer youth sports camp.
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.
Qualifications: High School plus six years experience in related field. Additional education may substitute for experience on a year for year basis.
Preferred Qualifications: Masters degree in recreation or related field. Experience in collegiate campus recreation programs or other related experience, officials certification, experience or license in one or more sports.
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Required documents: Cover Letter, Resume and Professional/Personal References
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Internal Number: 13290
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