The Coordinator of Sport Clubs is responsible for supporting the administration of the sport club program. Position delivers programming that promotes student engagement and supports the mission of the Campus Recreation department by coordinating and implementing comprehensive sport club program. Receives direct administrative supervision and guidance from the Assistant Director of Structured Sports.
Job Responsibilities include:
Assist with management of Sport Club Program including, but not limited to, management of 37 teams, club officer mentorship, safety and emergency assessment, travel logistics, scheduling, risk management, organizational assessments, and leadership development.
Assist in oversight of 1 full-time staff as well several part-time staff members.
Hiring, training, supervising, and evaluating part-time/temp employees.
Manage team budgets and ensure fiscal responsibility of Sport Clubs.
Develop training for Sport Club officers.
Assist with the execution of marketing and promotional materials for Sport Clubs department.
Assist in management of payroll and departmental budgets.
Develop a plan for a recreational summer camp with the Coordinator of Intramurals, Programs, and Special Events.
Other duties as assigned
To be considered for the position all applicants must apply the the Penn website, here.
For any additional information please contact Mike Daley, Assistant Director of Structured Sport, at email@example.com.
The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor's Degree (Masters preferred) with 1 to 2 years experience with Sport Clubs. Knowledge of basic safety and risk management as they relate to Sport clubs is preferred. Knowledge of student development and ability to lead Sport Clubs staff and club officers. Attention to detail and ability to multitask are key. Well developed communication and interpersonal skills are vital.
About University of Pennsylvania Campus Recreation
Penn Athletics is a broad-based Division that serves the University community through 33 intercollegiate varsity programs and diverse recreational offerings. Penn is home to two of the most iconic venues in college athletics, The Palestra and Franklin Field. The Quakers are proud members of the Ivy League. The Division aims to make an impact through athletics by empowering individual excellence and fostering community through varsity, club, and recreational activities. Penn Campus Recreation sponsors 36 club sports and hundreds of intramural teams to provide opportunities to students, both undergraduate and graduate, and faculty/staff. A wide-array of classes and programs are offered through the Pottruck Health and Fitness Center and the Fox Fitness Center for recreation and wellness.