For information about all open ECU Campus Recreation and Wellness positions please attend our information session at the NIRSA National Conference on Thursday, February 23 at 10:30AM in Maryland 5.
We will be holding informal candidate meetings for all open positions at the NIRSA National Conference. Please email resume and cover letter to Dr. Greg Corack - Associate Director of Programs - email@example.com to schedule a meeting during the conference. You can also contact our staff via the Career Opportunities Center.
Primary Purpose of the Position:
This position will be responsible for the successful development of aquatic programs and management of aquatic facilities which include an indoor and outdoor pool located at the Student Recreation Center, boathouse, and lakefront area located at the North Recreational Complex. This position hires trains, schedules, supervises and evaluates all aquatic staff members, and develops, implements and promotes aquatic, lakefront and safety services programs. The position will coordinate educational and motivational efforts and provide certification for employees in First-Aid, Cardiopulmonary (CPR), Automated External Defibrillator (AED), Blood Borne Pathogens (BBP) and Lifeguarding. The coordinator will be responsible for maintenance of the Student Recreation Center pool(s) and boathouse areas. This position has primary responsibility for establishing risk management procedures relevant to this functional area and regularly conducts staff training and audits. He/she will represent the University at state, regional and national conferences for the purpose of staying abreast of technological advances in the field of recreation related to aquatics, lakefront operations and safety services, and will report to the Associate Director for Facilities.
The position of Coordinator for Aquatics, Boathouse & Safety Services requires a minimum level of formal education is a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science, Health and Fitness, Kinesiology, or related field. A minimum of two years of professional experience in aquatics is required, preferably at the collegiate level. Graduate Assistant experience will count towards this requirement on a year for year equivalency. Experience in hiring, training and supervising personnel is required. Knowledge is required relating to facility management, risk management, budget policies and data analysis. Strong written and oral communication skills and computer utilization skills are required. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and First Aid Instructor certification must be achieved within a reasonable amount of time while on the job. Certified pool operator or Aquatic Facility Operator certification required. The person must maintain a valid North Carolina Driver’s license without punitive restrictions.
Master's Degree in Related Field
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To schedule an informal meeting at the NIRSA National Conference please email resume/cover letter to Dr. Greg Corack - Associate Director of Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also contact us via the Career Opportunities Center.
As the position is an anticipated posting, official applications will not be accepted through ECU Jobs at this time.
Anticipated Posting and Start Date(s):
This job should be posted in March 2017.
The anticipated start date for this position is summer 2017.