Assistant Director of Student Activities, Student Affairs - UT Southern (Pulaski, TN) - Limited Dura

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Employer
University of Tennessee
Location
Pulaski, TN
Posted
Nov 06, 2022
Closes
Dec 07, 2022
Ref
665550732
Specialty
Student Affairs
Position Type
Assistant Director
Hours
Full-time
Employment Type
Permanent
Organization Type
College / University
Assistant Director of Student Activities, Student Affairs - UT Southern (Pulaski, TN) - Limited Duration Appointment

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The LDA Assistant Director of Student Activities is responsible for developing all facets of a comprehensive collegiate intramural and student activity programs, including a diverse and dynamic calendar of activities that meet the needs and desires of the campus, as well as operational and staffing aspects of the program.

This is an Limited Duration Appointment (LDA) position scheduled to begin 1/1/2023 and will end on 6/30/2023.

Program Management:
  • Responsible for the planning, organization, advertisement, and administration of the student activity programs which includes recruiting, supervising, training, scheduling, disciplining, and evaluating students.
  • Responsible for the day to day management and supervision of student activity participants
  • Identify and evaluate student needs through verbal & written communication, and resolve student issues and concerns.
  • Compile monthly & annual reports on program attendance, in addition to doing equipment inventory.
  • Perform administrative tasks to support program delivery (i.e. student staff schedules and time sheets and expense reports).

  • Intramural Management:
  • Responsible for the planning, organization, advertisement, and administration of the intramural programs which includes recruiting, supervising, training, scheduling, disciplining, and evaluating students.
  • Responsible for the day to day management and supervision of intramural participants, supervisors, officials, scorekeepers, field crew and playing areas.
  • Develop and enforce policies and procedures governing the conduct of participants and staff.
  • Ensure the intramural & student activity areas and programs are properly staffed.
  • Conduct captains meetings before league play.
  • Serve as point of contact for intramural staff, team captains, and participants.
  • Ensure proper enforcement of policy manual and event rules, including all forms, waivers & releases, score sheets, participation records, etc.

  • Risk Management:
  • Develop, present and implement on-going staff development training programs and safety/risk management policies.
  • Regularly inspect program areas and equipment for possible problems or improvement.
  • Work in coordination with university athletics personnel and/or grounds crew to ensure all areas are in proper playing condition.
  • Supervise facility, individuals and groups for proper eligibility, facility safety and emergency response
  • Evaluate and review policies and procedures for supervision of groups and facilities.

  • Assessment:
  • Develop student learning outcomes and assist with assessments on programming, education and activities.
  • Collect, analyze, and report information to be used for university-level reports or briefings.
  • Provide relative data that can be used for assessment and decision making.

  • Other:
  • Serve on University committees as assigned.
  • Other duties as assigned.

  • Requirements

    Education:

    High school diploma or GED

    Experience:

    Minimum two years of work experience in a recreation or athletic setting (or equivalent).

    Experience in supervision of program management.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    Demonstrated leadership and organizational skills with the ability to manage change and direct student employees.

    Strong interpersonal skills, ability to multi- task, organize, and plan effectively.

    Effective verbal and written communication skills.

    Excellent computer skills with the capacity to promptly learn new computer software programs relevant to the proper management of the department.

    Excellent problem solving, decision making, and negotiation skills in a complex environment.

    Ability to work with a diverse group of people and the skills to deal with the public in a prompt, professional and courteous manner.

    Ability to perform managerial responsibilities (planning, leading, budget, assessment, evaluation, and personnel management).

    Ability to work nights and some weekends.

    Ability to work independently and as a member of a team.

    Preferred Requirements

    Education:

    Bachelor's Degree

    Experience:

    Strong background in officiating. Experience in the area of field maintenance and upkeep.

    Certified in American Red Cross CPR, AED, & First Aid