Campus Recreation at Towson University is currently accepting applications for a Coordinator, Intramural Sports. Under the direct supervision of the Assistant Director-Competitive Sports, the Coordinator-Intramural Sports develops and administers a comprehensive program of structured intramural sports leagues, tournaments, and special events appropriate for various populations within the university community that foster engagement and well-being. Duties include but are not limited to: the implementation of intramural sports programming; development and facilitation of officiating clinics and workshops; sport equipment management and inventory; budgetary oversight for all intramural sports operations including student payroll, operational expenses and programmatic revenue generation; oversight of program assessment related to student learning outcomes and key performance indicators; oversight of programmatic scheduling; responsible for student staff hiring, training and development.
Intramural Sports Program Management Administer, supervise and manage the day-to-day operations of the campus recreation intramural sports program. Create, implement and supervise a variety of organized intramural sports programs featuring leagues, tournaments, and special events, including traditional, non-traditional and adaptive sports. Create and administer official training for a variety of sports. Utilize multiple software programs, such as Fusion, Connect 2, SubitUp and IMLeagues to administer and manage aspects of intramural sports programming such as scheduling, payment reconciliation, form tracking, and participation statistics. Purchase and inventory appropriate equipment and supplies for all intramural sports events. Evaluate, develop and ensure compliance with program and risk management policies. Assist in the annual review, revision, and implementation of intramural sports policies, procedures and sport rule modifications. Manage participant engagement and customer service, including cases of participant dissatisfaction and inappropriate behavior according to Campus Recreation and University policies. Create and foster a culture of civility and inclusion within the intramural sports program. Develop and foster cross campus relationships with Fraternity & Sorority Life, Housing & Residence Life and other key partners. Work with department marketing staff to communicate relevant intramural sports events and information to participants via website, social media, etc.
Personnel Management Recruit, hire, train and directly supervise one graduate assistant, and approximately 15+ officials,10+ supervisors, and 1 student manager. Develop and coordinate supervisor and officials’ meetings/training. Supervise campus recreation facilities and staff on evenings and weekends, as assigned, a minimum of one night per week. Approve student employee timesheets and comply with campus/department student employee and payroll policies. Provide regular performance feedback and opportunities for ongoing professional development.
Assessment/Administrative Related Duties Work in accordance with Associate Director, Programs & Assessment and Assistant Director, Competitive Sports on overseeing program assessment related to departmental learning outcomes and divisional goals. Provide annual assessment data and reports to support departmental assessment plan. Prepare a programmatic annual report complete with user data, student interviews, and university collaboration efforts. Serve on university and departmental committees, as assigned. Represent the Department at various campus, division, and community functions, as assigned. Assist the Assistant Director - Competitive Sports in evaluation and formulation of policies, procedures, and long-range plans. Periodically assess the needs and interests of the Towson University community in regard to new programs or modifications of existing program structure. Contribute to the accomplishment of Department goals and initiatives, as assigned. Other duties as assigned by Departmental staff.
Facility Management Work in accordance with Coordinator - Facilities and Events to schedule all intramural sports programming in Burdick Hall and on Burdick Field. Assist the Assistant Director - Competitive Sports in facility related work including: Occasionally working with Athletic Department to secure Athletic Facilities for special events; Modifying facilities (painting the field, laying down tape, setting up equipment and nets) for intramural sports programming; Performing preventative maintenance responsibilities associated with Burdick Field and the Burdick Fieldhouse.
Fiscal Management Assist the Assistant Director- Competitive Sports with budgetary oversight for all operations including student payroll, operational expenses, and programmatic revenue generation. Manage monthly payroll procedures for all student staff positions including timesheet approval, pay period budget logs, and monthly reporting. Monitor all expenses related to procurement card purchases. Manage all programmatic fee collection and revenue generation for intramural sports programs. Provide monthly and/or annual budget reports on all program area budgets to the departmental Budget Associate. Provide annual budget request and adhere to allocated funds for each fiscal year.
Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree and one year of professional work experience. Candidates with a Master’s degree and a graduate assistantship or other professional experience will also meet the requirement. An offer is contingent on verification of degree and experience by the start date. Demonstrated supervisory experience in managing a diverse intramural sports program to include programming, facility management and staffing preferably in a campus recreation setting. Demonstrated ability to teach and conduct officiating and mechanics trainings and workshops for multiple sports including basketball, flag football, soccer, softball, and volleyball. Strong computer skills for the processing of facility, fiscal and personnel management. Must be able to lift and carry 50 lbs.; physical ability to move and utilize sporting equipment, survey facilities and administer routine maintenance when and where necessary; ability to teach officiating skills to student staff. Weekly evening/night work is required, a minimum of once per week.
• Master’s degree in sports management, recreation and leisure studies, physical education, or closely related field from an accredited college or university.
• CPR, AED and First Aid-Professional Rescuer Instructor certified.
• Experience working in a collegiate recreation environment.
• Experience with Innosoft Fusion, Connect2, SubitUp and IM Leagues software programs.
A Criminal Background Investigation is required for the hired candidate and the results may impact employment.
Salary and Benefits
$49,206 annually and full University benefits that include 22 days of annual leave, up to 14 holidays, personal and sick days; excellent health, life, and retirement plans; and tuition remission. To learn more about our benefits, please click here.
This position will be open for a minimum of 14 days. Cover letter and resume are required.
Internal Number: 190000G1
About Towson University
The largest comprehensive university in the Baltimore area, Towson University is nationally recognized for its excellent programs in the arts and sciences, communications, business, health professions, education, fine arts and computer information systems. Located in suburban Towson, eight miles north of Baltimore, our beautifully landscaped, 328-acre setting offers a pleasant environment for study and a diverse campus life, as well as easy access to a wealth of university and community resources. Towson University's educational experience branches out to off-campus locations throughout Maryland, including a number of online options. Our many interdisciplinary partnerships with public and private organizations throughout Maryland provide opportunities for research, internships and jobs. Towson University is a founding member of the Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities (CUMU).