The Department of Recreational Sports is seeking an Intramural Sports Coordinator. This is a full-time (1.00 FTE), 12-month, professional faculty position.
The Department of Recreational Sports is a unit of the Division of Student Affairs that is committed to equalizing student success. We focus on informing, engaging, educating, equipping, and inspiring students as advocates for individual and community well-being. Recreational Sports provides opportunities to enrich student development and enhance transferable skills through experiences in our spaces, programs and services, including the student employment program. As a department, we celebrate differences and shared interests, and we strive to build a workplace that is welcoming, challenging, and fun. As a staff, our work is focused on a blend of visioning and developing, as we maintain a reputation of leadership in the integrated and evolving field of wellness and recreation. As a department, Recreational Sports adheres to and holds itself accountable to the following values:
We are solution oriented
We are stewards
We are innovative
We are educators
We extend respect and build trust
Recreational Sports strives to promote a community where everyone belongs and thrives to contribute to a sense of community and a culture of well-being at Oregon State University.
The Intramural Sports Coordinator organizes and plans the operation, delivery, and supervision of a comprehensive and complex Sport Programs area that includes sport clubs and intramural sports. The Coordinator implements and evaluates Intramural Sports community building leagues and events to contribute to the well-being of students and the campus community. The coordination includes the planning, organizing, delivery and supervision of the intramural registration process, manager's meetings, student staff supervision, and student sports officials' development program. The Intramural Sport component of the role is the main area of focus that includes over 50 intramural leagues and events with over 10,000 participants annually. The position schedules and provides on-site event coordination for all Intramural Sport activities including student sport officials training, assessment, and management. This position also assists in the delivery and advising of the Sport Club Program that includes a diverse offering of forty student sport club teams with over 1,800 participants. The Coordinator provides on-site leadership for student employees and participants and ensures Sports Programs and University policies and procedures are adhered to during activities.
The Intramural Sports Coordinator is integral to the delivery of programs that are designed to enhance the wellness, leadership development, and participant connection to the campus community through structured sports, events, and general recreation activities. This position reports to the Intramural Sport Manager and works collaboratively with fellow Sport Programs staff with shared oversight student employees, over 50 intramural leagues and events with over 10,000 participants annually, and events in partnership with other units that support student retention and success.
Typically requires Bachelor's degree in Sports or Rec Management, Business Administration, College Student Services Administration or related field. Certification pertaining to relevant functional area or recreation program. 1 year experience in recreational/fitness related program.
Bachelor's degree in sport management, human sciences, public health, business. communications, or related field.
Demonstrated experience, knowledge, and ability in sport league management, including game and facility scheduling, staff management, and program evaluation.
Demonstrated experience, knowledge, and ability in supervising, advising, training/development, and evaluating employees and/or practicum/interns.
Demonstrated experience, knowledge, and ability in event management including the organizing, coordinating, mitigating risk, implementing, and evaluating of sport programs and events.
Demonstrated experience, knowledge, and ability to hire, train, supervise, and evaluate sport officials.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Demonstrated organizational skills to prioritize workload and meet work assignments while handling multiple tasks and deadlines.
A demonstrable commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity and inclusion.
Certification in CPR for the Professional Rescuer with AED, Standard First Aid and Blood Borne Pathogens/Universal Precautions within 90 days of hire.
This position is designated as a critical or security-sensitive position; therefore, the incumbent must successfully complete a criminal history check and be determined to be position qualified as per University Standard: 05-010 et seq. Incumbents are required to self-report convictions and those in youth programs may have additional criminal history checks every 24 months.
Typical work schedule will be between 9am-6pm including evening and weekend hours to engage and support Sport Programs staff and participants.
Primarily office setting, but occasionally requires a person to demonstrate and be active in official training sessions, onsite sport activities, and set-up/clean-up of events.
Employee may need to push, pull, lift, and carry objects up to 50 pounds.
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