The Coordinator Campus Recreation – Competitive Sports is responsible for assisting in the direction a multi-faceted Intramural & Sport Club programs on a daily basis.
Duties & Essential Job Functions:
1. Assists in the development and maintenance of the Intramural Sports program by adhering to budget; creating annual calendar, training all officials and supervisors, creating rules and schedules for all events. 2. Reviews and responds to participant ejections and protests; assures that a variety of programs are offered for all interested students and staff; creates the ability for students to compete outside TCU through extramural sports; 3. Maintains safety of intramural equipment; coordinates weekly meetings with intramural supervisors and officials by scheduling and holding meetings to discuss and resolve current issues. 4. Assist in the management of all Sport Clubs by maintaining all Sport Club budgets; meets with all club leaders on a regular basis; supervises a Sport Club manager position; assists Sport Clubs with national governing body policies and regional league requirement. 5. Supervises graduate assistant with mentoring in scheduling, discipline, assessment and budgets. Provides special opportunities for professional development for the staff including meetings, retreats, and other activities. 6. Supervises student workers by training student assistants in scheduling, discipline, assessment and budgets; evaluates all student employees; prepares payroll. Provides special opportunities for staff development for the student staff through meetings, retreats, and other activities. 7. Represents Campus Recreation by serving on departmental and division committees for student development. 8. Serves as a campus resource for other programs to enhance the use and visibility of the Rec Center as a major campus resource. 9. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Required Education & Experience:
• Bachelors’ degree in Recreation, Kinesiology, Sport Management or a closely related field or equivalent in experience. • 1 plus years’ experience in recreational programming at the university level. • Completion of a graduate assistantship may be included as applicable experience.
Preferred Education & Experience:
• Masters’ degree in Recreation, Kinesiology, Sport Management or a closely related field or equivalent in experience. • 2 plus years’ experience in recreational programming at the university level.
Texas Christian University is a private university located in Fort Worth, Texas with an enrollment of 12,000. The Campus Recreation & Wellness Promotion department,located under the Division of Student Affairs, has a full time staff of 12 professionals and part-time student/temporary staff of approximately 225 and is housed in a premiere recreation center which opened in January, 2003.