Reporting to the Associate Director of Programs the Assistant Director for Intramural Sports is responsible for overall administrative leadership of the Intramural Sports program and outdoor facilities. Primary responsibilities include: 1) Program Administration; 2) Personnel Administration; and 3) Facility Management.
Primary Responsibilities :
Program Administration Develop, coordinate, implement, and evaluate a comprehensive Intramural Sports program to include team, dual and individual sports leagues, tournaments, and specials events. Ensure that programs are operating within departmental and university guidelines for risk management, fiscal operations, and personnel administration. Manage computerized registration system (IM Leagues) for all activities. Provide onsite supervision for Intramural activities conducted in Campus Recreation's facilities. Recruit, hire, train, schedule, supervise, motivate and evaluate game officials, score keepers, and intramural supervisors. Conduct staff training at the beginning of each sport. Provide officials with ongoing feedback concerning mechanics, positioning and decision making. Responsible for creating and monitoring program budget, including payroll, operating expenses and revenues. Operate Intramural program within established budget totals for expenses and revenues. Monitor and enter bi-weekly payroll information and operating expenses on departmental budget tracking logs. Purchase necessary equipment and supplies for Intramural program. Ensure all associated equipment is operated, managed and maintained in a safe manner. Track and record Intramural participation numbers for all activities. Conduct program assessment surveys for each activity. Create surveys (online surveys included) for specific program/events Coordinate with Associate Director for Facilities and other departments on campus to schedule facilities for all Intramural events. Develop and implement yearly marketing plan for Intramurals including face to face visits with student groups. Manage program website to reflect current facility information and schedules.
Review and revise policies and procedures relating to facility reservation/rental and usage. Ensure facility usage/rental policies are enforced. Develop, apply and revise rental fee structure for use of outdoor facilities. Prepare and justify fee proposals. Responsible for monitoring outdoor facility budgets, including payroll, operating expenses and revenues. Operate facilities within established budget totals for expenses and revenues. Review facility reservation requests for all Campus Recreation outdoor facilities (IM Field Complex, Sand Volleyball, Basketball cts). Schedule space in the facilities for both on-campus and off-campus groups based on established departmental priorities. Obtain required paperwork (contracts, insurance, etc.) from rental groups. Process rental invoices. Purchase necessary equipment and supplies for outdoor facilities. Ensure all associated equipment is operated, managed and maintained in a safe manner. Track and record participation/attendance numbers for all facilities. Develop and implement yearly marketing plan for outdoor facilities. Coordinate with the Associate Director of Programs to set and reach revenue projections for outdoor facility rentals. Personnel Administration
Supervise, train, develop, motivate and evaluate (1) Intramural & Sport Club Intern. Conduct individual meetings with Intramural & Sport Club Intern at least every two weeks to discuss programs and departmental issues.
Bachelor’s Degree in Recreation, Sports Management, or related field.
Any candidate who is offered this position will be required to undergo a pre-employment criminal background check as mandated by state law.
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree
Minimum Experience: 3 years
Quick Link: 8495
Internal Number: 8495
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