Northern Arizona University Campus Recreation is experiencing exciting growth and is seeking an experienced candidate for our Intramural Sports/Summer Youth Coordinator, Position #603765.
The Intramural Sports and Summer Youth Coordinator position is responsible for the coordination and management of comprehensive Intramural Sports Programs and Summer Youth, including the day to day operations of Intramural Sports, policy development, maintenance planning, management, and facility security and safety. Additionally, this position will supervise student staff, and use data driven decision making to assist in areas such as budget monitoring, marketing, strategic planning, and revenue generation. The position also coordinates Summer Youth Camp for Pre-Kindergarten through 8th Grade aged youth, and summer sports leagues.
Develop, revise, and implement program policies and procedures, goals and objectives, and assessment for an intramural sports program that are on the leading edge of national and peer institution trends while maintaining compliance with regulations
Scheduling and management of leagues, tournaments, and events including facility reservations, officials scheduling, and preparing game management equipment and materials
Develop, revise, and implement program policies and procedures, goals and objectives, and assessment for operations and supervision of summer activities, which include youth camps, adult sports, and outdoor activities
Develop management strategies to maintain program records, including results, standings, sportsmanship and eligibility records, and waivers
Recruit, supervise, train, and evaluate qualified staff including student supervisors and sport officials maintaining certifications and training required by industry standards.
Develop and revise staff training manuals, and in-service training to meet industry and university standards
Create and maintain a supportive, culturally rich and diverse environment for staff and participants
Develop and administer a comprehensive risk management program, and serve as a program representative on the departments risk management team for Campus Recreation
Actively seek opportunities to maximize student participation by identifying national recreation trends with the intent of remaining a leader among peer institutions
Remain updated with current NIRSA and NFHS rules, and review and assist with modifying playing rules for sports
Foster partnerships with outside departments and agencies to enhance program quality and opportunities for staff and participants
Prepare and maintain program assessments, roster management, participant eligibility, program data, evaluations, academic success tracking, and year-end accomplishments
Collect program financial data, monitor budgets, reconcile finances, entry fees, forfeits, reimbursements, and prepare statistical and financial reports
Order inventory, inspect, and maintain equipment and supplies
Coordinate and organize program advisory councils- intramural sports and summer youth
Act as a representative and liaison for Campus Recreation Services and other university departments
Participate as a representative of Campus Recreation at university programs and events, such as Family Weekend, Homecoming, Orientation, Expos and New Employee Orientations
Providing accurate and timely communications with supervisor and Campus Recreation Leadership
The position may require working mornings, evenings, and weekends.
Other duties as assigned to support division and departmental vision, objectives, and goals
Bachelor of Science in Sports Management, Recreation, Park & Recreation Management, Health Education/Promotion, or related field AND three years of progressively responsible, related experience: OR Six years of progressively responsible administrative and coordination of sport programs experience; OR Any equivalent combination of experience, training and/or education. Current American Red Cross First Aid and Professional Rescuer CPR certifications OR ability to obtain within 30 days of employment.
Additional Salary Information: Salary placement is commensurate with experience
Internal Number: 603765
About Northern Arizona University
Northern Arizona University is a residential campus of over 25,000 students, located at 7,000 feet in Flagstaff Arizona. NAU is surrounded by forests, mountains, lakes, and miles of hiking & biking trails, all within a short drive of Phoenix or Grand Canyon National Park. It is an excellent city and university in which to live and work, and we are excited to grow our professional recreation staff with the addition of this position.
Our Recreation Center is located within the 335,000 square foot Health and Learning Center (HLC), opened in 2011. This unique building engages students in holistic learning by integrating recreation, health services, athletics, and classrooms into one central location. Opened in February 2016, the Aquatic & Tennis Center features two world class pools and six indoor tennis courts, with six additional outdoor tennis courts as well as an outdoor grass playing field. The department also features three outdoor sports facilities and an outdoor challenge course. www.nau.edu/recreation