The Coordinator of Intramural Sports is an integral part of the Department of Campus Recreation at the University of Northern Colorado and is responsible for the administration of a range of services including development, implementation, and management of intramural sports leagues, tournaments and events. In addition, this position is responsible for risk management, fiscal management, facilities management and student development while providing leadership and direction for intramural sports in a capacity that is designed to provide positive recreational experiences for students.
Equity & Inclusion staff members are expected to positively contribute to our division’s Culture of CARE (Connect, Attitude, Respect, and Empathy). Culture of CARE emphasizes empathy, community building, civility, recognition and exceptional customer service.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Program Management and Marketing (40%)
Creates, implements and manages intramural sport programs with varying leagues and tournaments throughout the year for the purpose of recreational competition.
Actively participates in NIRSA sponsored extramural tournaments and special events.
Support Assistant Director of Competitive Sports with aspects of Club Sports, such as game day preparation and event staff supervision.
Participate in the coordination of departmental events, such as RecFest, Homecoming 5K and the Golf Tournament.
Aide Assistant Director of Competitive Sports with website edits, social media, and other internet based media, to continue to utilize creativity and develop unique methods to market Competitive Sports programs.
Other duties as assigned.
Personnel and Fiscal Management (30%)
Hires, trains, and supervises student programming staff, and seasonal student officials throughout the year. This will often times be during evenings and weekends.
Monitors all budgets related to the athletic and marketing supplies, student payroll, and program revenue.
In conjunction with Assistant Director of Competitive Sports, provides ancillary supervision, support, and direction to Competitive Sports Graduate Assistant.
Facility and Risk Management (20%)
Ensures that all indoor and outdoor facilities are prepared for intramural programs to occur and safe for participants and spectators.
Plans and coordinates the scheduling of all shared facilities with other staff and departments.
Develops and implements a risk management plan for Intramural Sports in conjunction with the department’s plan with emphasis on first aid, sportsmanship and severe weather response.
Assist with development of informal and adaptive recreational activities.
Technology and Assessment (10%)
Oversees software utilized for league registration and participant tracking.
Provides leadership, training, and oversight with all marketing software.
Administers online program area surveys to gauge participant satisfaction levels, constructive feedback, and learning objective achievements.
A minimum of one year of full-time experience (or 2 years as a graduate assistant) in coordinating and developing intramural sports or recreation programs in a college or university setting.
The Coordinator of Intramural Sports position requires certification in First Aid and CPR upon starting date.
Preferred requirements include a master’s degree in recreation, sport management or related field within 6 months of employment.
The preferred candidate will have previous experience officiating a variety of sports as well as training sports officials, supervising student and non-student employees, planning and implementing intramural & adult sport leagues and tournaments, risk management, and facility management.
Knowledge in recreation program development, facility operations, marketing, Unified Sports, and customer service is preferred.
For any questions, you may contact Brett Ford, Assistant Director of Competitive Sports and Marketing, at email@example.com.
Additional Salary Information: Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. For more information on benefits and the application process, please visit the University of Colorado's Careers Portal.
About University of Northern Colorado
The University of Northern Colorado is a research intensive institution enrolling 12,000+ graduate and undergraduate students. The university, founded in 1889, is located in Greeley, Colorado, which has a growing population of 92,000 and is situated an hour north of Denver and 55 miles east of the Rocky Mountains. Further information about UNC and the City of Greeley is available at http://www.unco.edu.