Georgia State University, Department of Recreational Services, is searching for an outstanding candidate to fill the role of Competitive Sports Coordinator. This position is based at the Downtown Atlanta campus. Primary responsibilities include support of the development, promotion and implementation of a comprehensive competitive sports program of team, individual, and club sports organizations. Ensure program quality by providing developmental instruction and training to staff. Assess risk management issues involving staff, participants, and spectators. Develop and implement policies and procedures for programs and operations. Maintain and update website for registration, schedules, scores, and standings. Provide leadership and guidance to intramural leaders, team captains, and club officers. Supervise, mentor, evaluate, and effectively lead 2 Graduate Assistants and 35+ student assistants. Recruit, hire, train, and schedule student staff in the positions of program assistants, sport assistants, and officials. Manage equipment inventory, purchasing and control for all Competitive Sports budgets. Work collaboratively with other division and departmental staff to define facility reservations and schedule appropriately. Work with the Assistant Director for Competitive Sports in developing and managing the Competitive Sports program budget(s) to include payroll approval, equipment and supplies. Attend state, regional, and national tournaments/workshops and support the committees that serve at these events. Other duties as assigned.
This position will require some weekend and evening hours.
Minimum Hiring Standards:
Bachelor’s degree and 2 years of related experience; or a combination of training and experience.
Master’s degree in Recreation, Sports Administration or related field. 3 years of experience specific with either Intramural or Sport Club programming in a University Recreation program. High School or equivalent officiating experience in a variety of sports.
Application must be made through Georgia State University’s HR website. Reference position # 19000115. Include 3 separate documents; cover letter, resume, and a list of at least 3 professional reference names, phone numbers and email addresses. For full consideration, applications should be received by February 6, 2019. For more information on the Department of Recreational Services, please refer to our website: http://recreation.gsu.edu/.
Internal Number: 19000115
About Georgia State University
The purpose of the Department of Recreational Services is to promote healthy lifestyles through exceptional recreational programs, services, and facilities. On campus, Recreational Services is housed in the 161,000 square foot Student Recreation Center (SRC). Our two off-campus sites are also managed by the department; Panthersville Recreation Complex, an outdoor lighted multipurpose athletic field area and the Indian Creek Recreation Area which includes the Lodge, Challenge Course, Outpost, an outdoor pool, event lawn, and sand volleyball court. Recreational Services also provides programs at services at our 4 Perimeter locations of Clarkston, Decatur, Newton and Dunwoody. Georgia State University is a member of the University System of Georgia.