Provides leadership for the intramural (IM) and club sports programs and shares in management of the fitness center; ensures proper operation of all related athletic activities.
Serve as the supervisor for the evening IM programs, working closely with the officials and captains to ensure that games start on time, that the field of play is safe, that the games are appropriately staffed, and that all policies are followed and enforced.
Serve as the evening manager of the Adam F. Press Fitness Center; ensure that the facility closes on time, that all patrons have left the building safely, and that all building safety measures are in place. This position is required to close the building.
Assist with the day-to-day operations of the Club Sport program by providing leadership in areas such as risk management, facility scheduling, fundraising, interpretation of Club Sport policies and procedures, and marketing and promotion. Perform all of the scheduling and reservations for travel and accommodations of the club teams and their members.
Collaborate with the director to develop, expand, refine, and implement the annual IM offerings and group fitness classes.
Engage with the Campus Recreation ATC as needed as it relates to intramural and club sports participants.
Assist in representing the programs and the Director to internal and external audiences to include, but not limited to, serving on committees, speaking at New Student Orientation functions, and attending and participating in NIRSA conferences.
Perform duties with limited supervision and responsible for regularly making independent decisions; is expected to serve in the absence of the director.
Bachelor’s degree in a related field plus a minimum of two years of related experience (i.e. fitness, coaching, intramurals, club sports) to include supervisory experience; CPR/AED certification; proficient with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook); excellent oral and written communication skills; ability to think critically and solve problems; good judgment and ability to handle confidential/ sensitive information with discretion; excellent supervision, organizational and customer service skills; ability to operate standard office equipment and small hand tools. Physical requirements include moderate physical effort (usually lifting/moving up to 50 pounds), walking, standing, reaching, grasping, stooping, kneeling, bending, crawling, crouching, carrying, pushing, pulling, and carrying of loads up and down stairs, and exposure to mechanical, electrical or other hazards.
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