Oversees one of several programs or facility for Campus Recreation by providing educational and recreational opportunities to students, faculty, and staff. Coordinates and oversees aquatics area, assists Assistant Director for Assessment and Risk Management with department assessment and risk management.
Oversee the day-to-day operations, policies, procedures, and supervision of the Campus Recreation outdoor aquatics facility.
Assist with the planning and review of programs, strategies, events, and schedules for the Campus Recreation outdoor aquatics facility.
Monitor the budget, ensuring policies and procedures are followed regarding revenues, expenses, and reimbursements.
Oversee facilities, equipment, and materials for recreational services provided at the Campus Recreation outdoor aquatics facility.
Coordinate personnel activities (for students) to include personnel action, staffing operations, pay scales and evaluations.
Develop action plans and marketing strategies to increase active numbers at the leisure pool and attract new users of the leisure pool.
Assist with compiling statistical data and provide and maintain reports used in the assessment and revision of goals, policies, and procedures. Assist with database, data analysis, and strategies to implement information gained from assessment process for Campus Recreation.
Oversee the development, implementation, and monitoring of short and long-range plans for a program or operational unit, consistent with the mission of the university and goals of the Division of Student Affairs. Review university Risk Management and Safety ensuring Campus Recreation’s compliance with all university risk management protocols.
May provide administrative support for Campus Recreation which may include payroll verification, coordination of special equipment requests and record keeping.
Minimum Education and Experience
Education Level Bachelor's degree
Field of Study Degree in Recreation, Recreation Administration, Physical Education, Business, Exercise Science, or related field
Area of Experience
Requirements for Additional Job Levels
Level II requires 2 years of experience in sports or recreational programming working in a collegiate/community recreational environment.
Level III requires 4 years of experience in sports or recreational programming working in a collegiate/community recreational environment.
When a candidate has the required experience, but lacks the required education, they may normally apply additional relevant experience toward the education requirement, at a rate of two (2) years relevant experience per year of required education.
Years of Experience
When a candidate has the required education, but lacks the required experience, they may normally apply additional appropriate education toward the experience requirement, at a rate of one (1) year relevant education per year of required experience.
Strong background leading and developing student staff.
Knowledge of facility management software such as Innosoft Fusion, FMX, Kronos, When to Work
Certified Pool Operator, American Red Cross Instructor certification, American Red Cross First Aid/AED/CPR Instructor.
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