Under general supervision of the Sport Clubs Manager, the Sport Clubs Coordinator is responsible for the supervision of the Sport Clubs Office, special event planning, creation of marketing materials, student staff trainings, supervision of the Matador Sports Network, on-boarding of student assistants and coaches, student staff evaluations and ensuring completion of required trainings for all staff and budget tracking.
The incumbent supervises student office assistants and the Matador Sports Network student assistants; plans and administers Sport Club Officer Trainings; coordinates Sport Clubs student staff trainings; assists with travel checks; administers the department's social media accounts on lnstagram and Facebook; maintains the Sport Clubs website; assembles and sends the bi-weekly Sport Clubs Newsletter; coordinates and plans the annual Sports-a- Palooza Event, the annual Sport Clubs 101 event and the Sport Clubs End of Year Banquet; assists the Sport Club Manager with other duties throughout the academic year with the goal of retaining current members and attracting new members to the department through effective programming and marketing of Sport Club events and games; recruits, hires, trains, supervises, and evaluates student employees for the Sport Club Office and the Matador Sports Network; develops and updates job descriptions, employee manuals and training materials for sport club employees and volunteers; clearly communicates job responsibilities and expectations for employees against which performance evaluations will be measured; administers onboarding for all student employees and Sport Club Coaches; ensures completion of all required human resources training for employees and manages trainings within the Target Solutions platform; provides cart training and van training to all student employees and staff; coordinates office staff schedules and assign tasks to the student office assistants; trains student assistants and advises student leaders on the use of the DoSportsRec platform; coordinates with the Nation Center on Deafness Department (NCOD) to provide interpretive services as required for Sport Club practices, games, events and travel; completes evaluations for student employees and Matador Sports Network staff; fosters a mentoring/advising relationship with all participants and employees; works alongside the Sport Clubs Manager with the revision of documents pertaining to the operation of the department; advises Sport Club leaders on appropriate marketing materials, use of the CSUN and Matador logos, coordinate purchases of team equipment and apparel; provides administrative support to the Sport Club Manager and Director as needed; administers and coordinates all Sport Clubs social media platforms, works with the A.S. Marketing staff in the creation of marketing materials; develops and coordinates marketing initiatives and campaigns as needed; maintains program website; creates and distributes the Sport Club Newsletter; advises and ensures Matador Sports Network content is posted regularly and meets required deadlines; coordinates staff training and officer training days; develops instructional seminars and provides training and educational sessions as required by current law, Associated Students Human Resources, and in compliance with standards put forth by the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA) and other industry guidelines; implements a comprehensive student development program for Sport Clubs student employees and student leaders of the sport clubs; coordinates employee safety trainings and ensures meetings are held regularly; develops and instructs seminars for all participating coaches, in partnership with the Manager and Director; facilities budget planning with student leaders of Sport Clubs program; logs expenditure requests for the department and individual clubs; works with the Sport Club Director in creation of budget reports for teams and the department; ensures adherence to budget guidelines and the A.s. Code on Finance; collaborates with the Sport Club Manager and Director in the facilitation of fundraising, sponsorship and donations; responsible for securing the reservations of facilities for all special events for the Sport Club Department; ensures the completion and utilization of the Sport Clubs Event and Equipment Checklist; and performs other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree in recreation, sports administration, education or related field. Master's degree preferred. Equivalent to two years of full-time, progressively responsible experience in collegiate or community recreation. Experience working with college students or youth sports teams preferred. CPR and First Aid Instructor Certification preferred.
Additional Salary Information: Dependent upon qualifications and experience.
Internal Number: 8376
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