The Sport Clubs Program Coordinator provides leadership, vision, and supervision for the daily operations and management of comprehensive Sport Clubs Program comprised of 32 nationally competitive sport teams averaging a total of 150 team officers, 1,100 team members, and 50 coaches each academic year.
The Coordinator is responsible for assisting the Assistant Director with personnel management, training, and scheduling for an average of 15 student staff. This position also develops and delivers multiple officer, coaches, and faculty/staff advisor education clinics specific to sport clubs operation, as well as daily management and delivery of Sport Club activities at multiple on and off-campus venues. The Coordinator assists the Assistant Director, Sport Clubs in the daily administration, supervision, and management of the overall Sport Club program, focusing on comprehensive development training and leadership opportunities for student team members and coaches.
The Coordinator works collaboratively with department colleagues to facilitate event operations and logistics within the Campus Recreation Department, Division of Student Affairs, and throughout the University to benefit students. The Coordinator is committed to promoting Campus Recreation values of community, integrity, and development by creating an inclusive environment in department facilities and via programming to a diverse University community.
Some weekend hours dependent on programmatic offerings, University calendar, area requirements, or department/university events are required.
This position is a 10-month, temporary, non-exempt, non-renewable, 40-hours per week appointment from August 2020 through May 2021. The salary range for this 10-month position is $32,500 – $36,667 (based on a 12 month salary of $39,000-$44,000). Position salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications.
We are committed to increasing the diversity of our staff and providing culturally responsive programs and services. Therefore, we encourage responses from people of all backgrounds and abilities. We invite you to review Colorado State University’s Principles of Community (http://diversity.colostate.edu/principles-of-community) that guide our mission and vision of access, teaching, service and engagement.
Bachelor’s degree in exercise science, physical education, kinesiology, recreation administration, sport management, leisure studies, student affairs, or comparable degree
One year’s work experience in a Sport Clubs or competitive sports program in higher education
Experience supervising, managing, and mentoring student staff
Experience developing and leading educational training
Demonstrated knowledge of Sport Club program operations
Master’s degree in exercise science, physical education, kinesiology, recreation administration, sport management, leisure studies, student affairs, or comparable degree
Two-year 20-hr/week graduate assistantship in Sport Clubs or competitive sports
Direct personnel management experience of student staff: recruiting, hiring, training, scheduling, evaluating, and disciplining
Budget development and budget management experience
Experience with Sport Clubs event scheduling software (e.g. IMLeagues or comparable)
Experience with programming or service delivery for diverse community populations
Additional Salary Information: The salary range for this 10-month position is $32,500 – $36,667 (based on a 12 month salary of $39,000-$44,000). Position salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications.
About Colorado State University
Colorado State is located in Fort Collins, a city of 165,000 – 65 miles north of Denver. The City offers a unique blend of metropolitan advantages and small town friendliness. Located at the western edge of the Great Plains and at the eastern base of the Rocky Mountains, Fort Collins, with its ideal climate, provides easy access to numerous activities.Colorado State University has approximately 33,000 students. Campus Recreation, an auxiliary unit in the Division of Student Affairs, provides wellness and healthy lifestyle oriented programs, events, and services to Colorado State University students and employees via seven programmatic areas: Student Recreation Center, Aquatics, Fitness, Intramural Sports, Sport Clubs, Outdoor Program, and Climbing Wall. Eight service units – Membership Services, Business Office, Information Technology, Communications/Marketing, Facility Scheduling/Event Management, Custodial Services, Equipment Management, and Maintenance – support the program functions to provide seamless customer service to CSU students, employees, and their families. Campus Recreation facilities, programs, and services promote a sense of community, support student development t...hrough leadership and employment opportunities, and encourage the pursuit of a healthy lifestyle to a diverse University population. Campus Recreation employs 34 career staff, up to 50 part-time staff, and 300+ student staff who are committed to providing a safe, welcoming space to CSU community members from all backgrounds and fitness levels. Department webpage: http://csurec.colostate.edu/We are committed to increasing the diversity of our staff and providing culturally responsive programs and services. Therefore, we encourage responses from people of all backgrounds and abilities. We invite you to review Colorado State University’s Principles of Community (http://diversity.colostate.edu/principles-of-community) that guide our mission and vision of access, teaching, service and engagement.Full-time positions include medical and retirement benefits as well as a relocation stipend.Colorado State University is an EO/EA/AA employer and conducts background checks on all final candidates. References will not be contacted without prior notification of candidates.