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Coordinator:  Sports Clubs and Camps

Date: July, 2016
Reports to (Job Title): Manager:  Intramurals and Clubs
Jobs Reporting (Job Titles): None
Department: Athletics and Recreation

Location:

Main Campus

Grade:

USG 7
35 hr/wk


Primary Purpose

The Coordinator of Sports Clubs and Camps is directly accountable to the Manager of Intra murals and Clubs for the overall administration of all Athletics and Recreation clubs as well as the development and growth of a youth multi-sport camps program. The incumbent will ensure that all Athletics and Recreation clubs will adhere to the department

and the Universities' policies and procedures and ensure that the programs offered to students are contributing to the vibrant student experience.

Key Accountabilities:

   1. Program Management

 





3.  Financial Management

 




4.  Leadership and Development

 


Position Requirements

Education:

University Degree Required

Experience:

2-3 years of experience in recreation programming. Competencies include a demonstrated ability to relate to the University student experience, outstanding customer service and communication skills.

Technical:

MS Word Excel PowerPoint Other
Proficient Proficient Intermediate Knowledge

Competency with the Fusion

software package is

preferred. Intermediate

knowledge of

SharePoint. Also, proficiency

in other electronic

communications (i.e. emaii,

social media) is necessary to

ensure strong

communication with staff and

participants.

Nature and Scope

Interpersonal Skills:

The incumbent will need excellent written and verbal communication skills, knowledge of all social media platforms to stay informed in Club's activities and public speaking skills for presentations and training sessions. This position will interact regularly with many other members of the Athletics and Recreation department as weli as many on campus partners including UW Graphics, the Imprint, the Student Life Center, the Office for Persons with Disabilities, Federations of Students, Dons, Residence Life Coordinators, Conflict Management and Human Rights Office as well as others as needed. Externally the positon is required to communicate with members of the community to develop and grow a youth sports camp program.

Level of Responsibility:

This position directly supervises and mentors 200+ club executive members and is responsible for hiring, training and development of part time camp supervisors.

Decision-Making Authority:

The incumbent is responsible for the approval of each clubs budget and all expenditures

throughout the term. They will also play a key role in deciding how to allocate funds from the endowment funds.

Physical and Sensory Demands:

This role involves minimal physical demands and moderate sensory effect resulting in slight fatigue, strain, or risk of injury.

Working Environment:

The role involves minimal to moderate exposure to psychological risk resulting from unavoidable exposure to hazardous, disagreeable, or uncomfortable environmental conditions. There may be unusual hours or schedules, multiple and/or tight deadlines beyond one's control and constant interruptions (i.e. phone calls, emails, and unplanned but urgent service requests) that are impacted by varying student volumes at different times of the year.