Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs Event Manager (Fall 2021)

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Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs Event Manager (Fall 2021)


Recreational Sports Office

Job Description/Duties:

The primary role of the Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs Event Manager is to supervise events and practices, and to assist in the overall operation of both programs. Managers will primarily be responsible for overseeing sport club members at scheduled practices and events, and for supervising intramural sports officials and participants at nightly competitions.

General Expectations of the Position:
•Attendance at all staff meetings.
•Provide a safe, secure environment for all scheduled events.
•Maintain a current CPR/AED and First Aid certification, and be willing to provide first aid and emergency services, as needed.
•Document all accidents/incidents that occur according to established procedures.
•Discipline staff and any participants/club members/spectators who do not act in accordance with office and/or University policies.
•Enforce all program rules and regulations.
•Complete a mandatory OSHA training each year, as required.

Intramural Program Responsibilities:
•Attend and assist with instruction at official training sessions, as assigned.
•Supervise, mentor, evaluate, and provide training and feedback to intramural sports officials.
•Assist with setup and breakdown of all intramural events to which they are assigned.

Sport Club Program Responsibilities:
•Ensure compliance on the part of each sport club with all program policies and procedures through direct supervision and audits.
•Manage and help to facilitate scheduled events and practices, ensuring that a safe atmosphere is maintained
•Assist with providing sport club members access to facilities and equipment at all sport club events

Skills Gained from this Position:
•Customer service
•Time management
•Problem solving
•Decision making
•Conflict management

Days/Hours Needed:

Typically 2-3 shifts (approximately 3-5 hours in length) per week for a total of 8-12 hours/week at irregular times, mostly late weekday afternoons and evenings, as well as some weekend event coverage. Schedule is created weekly and is largely dependent on intramural sports and sport club event/practice schedules.

Campus Location/Bldg.:

Student Life Center, Room 1201

Required Qualifications:

Candidates must apply, be interviewed, be willing to attend all designated training sessions, and be willing to become First Aid & CPR/AED certified.

Preferred Qualifications:

Possessing a general knowledge of the intramural sports and/or sport club programs and excellent customer service skills are preferred qualifications.

Contact Name(s) & Email(s):

Matthew Nuesell
[email protected]

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E-Other (Specify Below)



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Posted: 4/7/2021
Application Due: 9/1/2021
Work Type: Full Time