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Under the general direction of the MBAC Assistant Director, this position coordinates and supervises MBAC youth programs and events at MBAC. The MBAC Youth Programs and Events Supervisor performs the duties of developing, organizing, and operating functions of The Watersports Camp, MBAC’s seasonal youth day camp, and special events outside of normally scheduled MBAC programs, for all ages and abilities including programs for persons with disabilities.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Supervises all aspects of MBAC youth and event programming including hiring, training, operations and administrative duties
Responsible for the program development, planning, administration, and day to day operations of camp and special events programming
Fosters a culture of excellent customer service, professionalism, and attention to safety
Ensures operations for camp and event programming meets highest quality standards as outlined in the MBAC Experience
Develops and cultivates new programs and revenue opportunities through outreach and relationship building
Supervises and completes administrative tasks and functions
Responsible for implementation of on-going marketing programs of youth and events programming
Oversees the administrative, sales, and booking functions of MBAC events and activities
Conducts hiring/termination, training, development and evaluation of staff under supervision according to Associated Students guidelines
Develops and enforces policies to ensure staff meet expectations for customer service, safety, and quality of camp and events programs
Assures approved budget implementation and monitoring
Stays knowledgeable and up to date on industry standards for camp and youth programming; Ensures MBAC programs meet or exceed those standards
Ensures adequate maintenance and appearance of facility and equipment is maintained at all times
Minimum & Preferred Requirements
Graduation from an accredited college or University or proven experience coordinating a youth aquatics program preferably in a marine environment
Two years demonstrated experience in youth or event administration and supervision
Three years demonstrated experience in one or more aquatic sports
Two years’ experience in education or youth program management, preferably in an aquatic setting
Experience with hosted data management and registration platforms
Demonstrated knowledge of principles and practices of effective supervision and customer service practices
Licenses & Certifications:
American Red Cross Advanced Lifesaving, nationally recognized First Aid, and nationally recognized CPR certification required
Must possess and maintain a valid California Driver’s license
US Sailing REACH Educator certification
US Powerboating Safe Powerboat Handling certification
US Coast Guard license preferred
Starting Range: $20.67 - $22.59 per hour, Non-Exempt
Priority consideration will be given to applications received on or before January 31, 2020.
SCHEDULE & WORKING CONDITIONS
This is a regular, full-time position. Flexibility and willingness to work long and irregular hours and days, including evenings, weekends and holidays as needed.
WORK ENVIRONMENTThe work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Work is generally performed within an office environment with standard office equipment, however, work conditions may vary depending upon the location of the work task. Work tasks may occur indoors and outdoors, therefore requiring exposure to a variety of elements. While working indoors, the lighting and temperature are adequate. While working outdoors, the work environment will involve exposure to heat/cold, salt water, cold water, sun, wind, rain, weather, sand, seaweed, sea grass, ocean currents, sea creatures, breaking waves, and other environmental risks. The work environment can be stressful during periods of high volume. This job will occasionally require driving.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Physical requirements include talking, listening, sitting, standing, walking, manual dexterity, eye-hand coordination, use of office equipment including but not limited to computers, scanners, printers, telephones, copiers, fax machines, digital cameras, corrected vision and hearing to standard range. Must be able to recognize and respond to prevent emergencies and injuries.
Depending on program requirements, physical demands may require standing and walking for extended lengths of time, walking over sandy, wet or uneven surfaces, may require lifting, pushing, pulling, moving, and carrying items up to 40 pounds.
Physical Requirements: Physical requirements include but are not limited to: walking, walking over rough or uneven surfaces, bending, stooping, climbing, swimming including in deep or rough water, lifting, pushing, pulling and carrying loads. The work environment will involve exposure to salt water, cold water, sun, wind, rain, weather, sand, sea weed, sea grass, ocean currents, sea creatures, breaking waves, and other outdoor elements. Must be able to recognize and respond to emergencies and prevent injuries or drowning.
A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate can be offered this position with Associated Students. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current Associated Students employees who apply for the position. Fingerprinting is required for all employee and volunteer positions that have direct contact with minor children.
About Associated Students of San Diego State University
San Diego State University, the largest of the 23 campuses of The California State University system, is located nine miles east of the Pacific Ocean in beautiful San Diego, a dynamic and diverse community of over one million people. The University enrolls approximately 34,000 students (25,000 FTEs) on the main campus as well as more than 800 students at the Imperial Valley campus in Calexico. The students are supported by approximately 5,000 faculty and staff. The University currently offers bachelor's degrees in 85 areas of study, the master's in 75, and 17 doctoral degrees.
Associated Students of SDSU is an independent student-directed corporation. Over 75 years old and with an annual operating budget of over $20 million, A.S. derives less than 20% of its revenues from student fees and more than 80% from revenues generated by programs it operates including the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union, Viejas Arena, Aztec Recreation (including the Aztec Recreation Center), SDSU Children’s Center, The Daily Aztec, Mission Bay Aquatic Center, Aquaplex, and the Aztec Student Union Board. Mirroring America’s changing faces, A.S. represents a culturally-diverse student body. The AS employs over 90 full-time staff and 1,200 part-time student employees.