Assistant Director, Athletics and Recreation - Revised and Extended

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Position InformationJob Title Assistant Director, Athletics and Recreation - Revised and Extended Working Title Assistant Director, Athletics and Recreation Requisition Number 063387 Department Athletics Location Lincroft Job Description The Assistant Director of Athletics and Recreation assists the Director of Athletics and Recreation in daily operations and provides departmental support to the Athletics department. This position is responsible for Game Day Event Management for Intercollegiate Athletic Events, Athletic Website Management, and other duties assigned by the Director. Description of Duties/Selection Criteria Game Day Event Management for Intercollegiate Athletic Events
Set up for events and breakdown for Baseball, Basketball, Cheer, Cross Country, Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball, and/or Tennis.
Assist with the day-to-day facility operations and ensure an exceptional game day experience for athletes, coaches, officials, and patrons at all intercollegiate athletic events.
Oversee games/matches or other intercollegiate programs and activities, ensure that event venues meet specifications, and provide for the safety and welfare of event participants and guests.
Plan, schedule and oversee all intercollegiate activities in the facilities ensuring proper facility maintenance and safety compliance requirements are met for internal/external use of the facilities.
As assigned, act as 'administrator in charge'; resolve operational issues and direct staff as needed for NJCAA intercollegiate functions.

Manage all aspects of Athletics website and its content management system
Post Releases, Event Recaps, Box Scores, Season Statistics, etc.
Upload video highlights/clips.
Create and update Schedules/Events, Rosters/Bios, etc.
Post photos/create photo galleries/upload in bulk.
Send emails to specific groups; direct marketing.
Monitor daily traffic; create reports.
Administer awards/voting.
Update scores on website using mobile devices.
Create and manage registration pages/forms.
Archive releases, photos, rosters, schedules, etc.

Departmental Support
Assist Director with all aspects of student athlete eligibility requirements as required by NJCAA.
Manage all athletic department photography and videography including individual headshots, team photos, community and game film.
Oversee facility management ensuring that all venues used for athletics, recreation or other sponsored programs are fully operational and meet the requirements for NJCAA competition, practice, intramurals and recreation programming and other student work.
Ensure that all required equipment and facilities are properly inventoried, maintained and accounted for by the athletic department
Be responsible for inventory of uniforms and equipment Plan and recommend uniform and equipment replacement schedule.
Act as liaison to the auxiliary services department for athletic-specific rentals for all facilities and fields.
Establish standards and protocols for student athletic recruitment; coordinate recruitment events.
Maintain up-to-date, accurate information for all staff and hourly employees. Provide other support functions as needed.


Initiate, develop and direct the coordination of special events
Develop 'special event' concepts through SAAC and community service initiatives with students, staff, and faculty and community groups.
Work with Marketing and Communications in the development and distribution of marketing and promotional material.
Provide on-site supervision and coordination.

Establish and maintain community relations through interaction and participation with community groups. Develop special event concepts which will be of value and interest to these groups.

Perform other related duties and responsibilities as assigned. Minimum Qualifications Bachelor's degree in a related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and abilities can be acquired. Three years of working experience in the supervision and management of athletics programs.
Working experience in an education environment preferred.

Strong communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills. Ability to work in multi-project, fast-paced environment and meet concurrent deadlines. Ability to work well with a diverse college student population, and knowledge of their developmental and adjustment issues and needs. Ability to work collaboratively and to address problems through team work. Photography skills.
Proven computer literacy skills at an intermediate level including an ability to utilize and apply Microsoft Office Outlook, Word, Excel, and Power Point as well as specialized software programs and computer applications. Ability to work a flexible schedule (evenings/weekends). Valid driver's license required.
Local and out of state travel may be necessary. Preferred Qualifications & Special Considerations (i.e. overtime, expertise in, physical requirements, flexible in schedule, travel, preferred qualifications, etc) Knowledge of Monmouth County and its communities preferred. Special Instructions to Applicants A review of credentials will be ongoing until the position is filled.

*Salary is commensurate with education/experience (subject to current College contract negotiations).

Previous applicants do not need to reapply - credentials still under full consideration. Pay Rate Annual Entry Salary Range is $55,250 - $63,537* Pay Basis Annually Job Open Date 03-28-2019 Job Close Date Open Until Filled Job Category Administrative/Represented Duration, If Temporary:Job Type Full-Time Grade/Rank A3 Desired Start Date:HoursResidency Requirement NJ Residency function checkForSelectedStatus(){ return true;}

 

 

 

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Posted: 3/30/2019
Application Due: 9/20/2019
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