The Intramural Sports Coordinator will establish relationships and work with other areas of the Department, the Office of Residence Life and throughout the College to enhance the Intramural Sports program. The Intramural Sports Coordinator is responsible for the daily oversight and management of the Intramural Sports program and management and training of student staff.
Recruit, hire, on board, train, supervise, and mentor student employees.
Determine employee schedules, monitor schedules for accuracy and adequate supervision, adjust scheduling based on availability and budget, and oversee bi-weekly payroll review.
Serve as a mentor and role model to student staff in relation to performance expectations and student staff development.
Collaborate with Assoc. Director to provide inclusive programs and services to underrepresented populations.
Collaborate with Residential Communities House liaison/council for House IM competition each term.
Coordinate venue, equipment and supervisory needs for recreational requests.
Coordinate schedule of IM sports via IMLeagues and develop communication for timely updates to participants.
Maintain inventory of IM equipment and awards.
Evaluate IM play after each season.
Address participants regarding policies, rules of various sports, and behavioral expectations.
Provide proper enforcement of departmental rules and policies.
Provide excellent customer service to participants at all times.
Identify safety/risk management concerns; inform Assoc. Director of issues and resolutions.
Assist Associate Director with Club Sports administration
Strong communication and organizational skills
2 years experience in college intramural sports
Commitment to student development and inclusion
Strong leadership skills
Current CPR certification
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