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Experience Experience
08/2014 present
Chicago, IL
Senior Assoc Athletic Director
Chicago, IL
Senior Assoc Athletic Director
08/2014 present
Chicago, IL
Senior Assoc Athletic Director
08/2014 present
  • Primary emphasis on increasing Community and Alumni partnerships in the local community as well as focusing on cultivating regional and national partnerships
  • Supervisor for assigned sports/ administrative units, including budget, personnel review, and short and long term goal setting
  • Cash Handling responsibilities— $5 ,000 to $10,000 annually
  • Develop and implement innovative approaches and solutions; work well independently and in teams; and be flexible in accepting new responsibilities
  • Create opportunities for interaction between the University, Athletic Department and Alumni Office to enhance annual and capital giving
  • Serve as the Department Head for areas related to Community and Alumni Outreach with responsibility and oversight for the Varsity Club and Hall of Fame
  • Manage/Organize Varsity Club, Hall of Fame, and Athletic Department Alumni for all sport programs including game day hospitality and Athletic Department Alumni functions and events
09/2007 05/2014
Los Angeles, CA
Athletic Director
Los Angeles, CA
Athletic Director
09/2007 05/2014
Los Angeles, CA
Athletic Director
09/2007 05/2014
  • Assist coaches in arranging field and gym practices and handle logistics for providing assistance to visiting teams
  • Facilitate and work directly with student services, in the development and management of intermural programs
  • Assist head coaches in establishing consistent disciplinary programs and problem solving strategies for all athletic programs
  • Recruit and develop coaches who will effectively mentor students and develop championship level programs
  • Work with Sports Marketing to develop comprehensive marketing and promotion programs, including social media
  • Develop, analyze, and review ancillary and ASOCC budgetary and financial data; control and authorize expenditures related to the Athletic Department
  • Provides a positive environment
07/2005 08/2007
Los Angeles, CA
Assistant to the Athletic Director
Los Angeles, CA
Assistant to the Athletic Director
07/2005 08/2007
Los Angeles, CA
Assistant to the Athletic Director
07/2005 08/2007
  • Coordinating scheduling of Athletic events across all Athletic Departments to ensure participation by staff and student-athletes
  • Maintaining the University Planning database for the Athletic Department
  • Developing agenda and presentation materials with input from the Director of Athletics and Athletic department heads
  • Providing Director of Athletics with historical and biographical information on individuals/groups involved in events
  • Participating in all Athletic Administration Leadership meetings
  • Oversee event operations for home athletic competitions
  • Provide assistance with strategic planning for the Director of Athletics
Education Education
Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education
Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education
Florida International University
Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education
Skills Skills
  • Knowledge of district policies on immunization, medication, first aid, child abuse/neglect and substance abuse
  • A demonstrated ability to secure external funds for capital projects, program and facility improvements and overall departmental enhancements
  • Ability to meet deadlines, work on multiple projects and coordinate the work of others
  • 3) The names, titles, & contact information for five (5) professional references
  • A team builder with excellent interpersonal skills and a high level of integrity
  • A strong and demonstrated commitment to all aspects of diversity and inclusion, assuring gender equity and full Title IX compliance
  • An ability to serve as the primary spokesperson for the Athletic program, promoting the philosophy and values of the program
  • A proven track record of successfully creating and maintaining strong constituent relationships
  • Demonstrated ability to raise funds to support capital projects, program and facility improvements and overall departmental enhancements
  • Proven track record of successfully creating and maintaining strong constituent relationships
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Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Sets a strategic vision and plan for the Athletics Program, in the context of the Academy’s larger mission, vision, and strategic objectives. Promotes excellence and the highest levels of sportsmanship and teamwork within Deerfield teams
  • Extensive experience in athletics as a coach or athletic administrator in secondary schools or higher education
  • Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree in a field relevant to athletics or
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Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Design and supervise the intercollegiate athletic program
  • Establish organizational lines of authority to emphasize oversight and accountability
  • Establish and communicate the institution’s commitment to rules compliance
  • Support and encourage a comprehensive rules education program
  • Interpret national and regional regulations to coaches and student-athletes
  • Abide by the rules and regulations of all applicable leagues and affiliations relative to the athletic department
  • Maintain ongoing evaluations of staff members’ commitments to and documentation of compliance
  • Arrange for periodic self-studies of Athletic Department
  • Develop all budgets and monitor the accounting of finances
  • Participate in long-range strategic planning for the athletic department
  • Set goals and objectives for the Athletic Department
  • Monitor and assess the Athletic Department’s efforts to achieve its goals
  • Provide communication avenues among coaches and between coaches, the faculty, the staff, and other administrators
  • Approve and/or direct the various fund-raising tasks for the Athletic Department
  • Interpret the Athletic Program and philosophy to athletes, the student body, parents, faculty, and administration
  • Interpret the educational philosophy of Concordia and the Athletic Department to various publics
  • Supervise the maintenance of athletic facilities
  • Coordinate public relations, marketing and promotions
  • Supervise the Sports Information Department
  • Represent Concordia at national, regional, conference meetings and events
  • Regularly report to the Executive VP, Chief Enrollment Officer and the President
  • Approve competitive schedules for each athletic team
  • Work with University Services and the Athletic Facility coordinator to assign and coordinate events held in athletic facilities
  • Supervise one third of home athletic events
  • Other duties as may be assigned from time to time
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Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide creative and strategic leadership for the University of Vermont’s athletic program
  • Articulate the vision of the University of Vermont athletic program in ways that align with the mission and values of the University
  • Hire, mentor and supervise coaches, staff, and administrative staff in a collaborative and nurturing work and learning environment
  • Supervise all aspects of the Department of Athletics and Recreation, including fiscal affairs, personnel, strategic planning, facilities, public relations, athletic fund raising and general operations
  • Oversee the development and execution of goals, policies and procedures that promote competitive achievement, inclusive participation, and operational excellence in all the University’s sports, intramural and recreation programs
  • In collaboration with the Faculty Academic Representative, the Office of the Provost, and the Deans of the Colleges and Schools along with related offices, take responsibility for the University’s commitment to academic excellence, academic integrity, and retention and graduation of student athletes
  • Manage the Department’s resources to ensure effectiveness, efficiency and fiscal integrity in line with the University’s long-term goals
  • Ensure the department has a highly competent and diverse coaching, administrative and staff supportive of the University’s mission and committed to the all-around development and well-being of the student-athletes
  • Work with campus partners to envision and implement plans for the future direction and growth of the Department, including staff and program development and expansion and the Department’s fiscal needs for operations and capital improvements
  • Plan and lead the construction, management and maintenance of University athletic facilities
  • Demonstrate the highest standards of integrity in athletic, academic, financial and business matters and ensure the Department’s compliance with NCAA, America East Conference, Hockey East Association, and the Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association and University rules and regulations and all state and federal laws, including Title IX
  • Serve as a member of the President’s Senior Leadership team
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the President
  • A proven record of successful executive level, strategic leadership within higher education, intercollegiate athletics and/or a like industry
  • A demonstrated ability to secure external funds for capital projects, program and facility improvements and overall departmental enhancements
  • An ability to collaborate and form strategic partnerships with a diverse array of constituencies external and internal to the University community in order to leverage opportunities for growth and advancement
  • A record of collaborative and ethical decision making within a fast-paced and competitive environment
  • A team builder with excellent interpersonal skills and a high level of integrity
  • A strong and demonstrated commitment to all aspects of diversity and inclusion, assuring gender equity and full Title IX compliance
  • An ability to serve as the primary spokesperson for the Athletic program, promoting the philosophy and values of the program
  • A proven track record of successfully creating and maintaining strong constituent relationships
  • A strong work ethic; excellent listening skills; great attention to detail; the ability to make tough decisions, handle criticism, debate, and seek out feedback; strong negotiation skills
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Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • The development and direction of all intercollegiate athletic programs in adherence to the mission of the College and the philosophy and goals of Division III of the National Collegiate Athletic Association
  • The formulation of coaching assignment recommendations to be made to the Vice President for Student Life
  • The supervision of the coaching staff of all intercollegiate sports and all administrative staff within the Athletic Department
  • The formulation of the athletic budget to be submitted to the Vice President for Student Life and the monitoring of all expenditures in the approved budget
  • Evaluate on a regular basis all aspects of the intercollegiate athletic program and make recommendations for change where appropriate
  • Assumes overall responsibility for monitoring College compliance with the rules and regulations of the NCAA including but not limited to: Reviews continuing eligibility of student-athletes, monitors all recruitment practices of the athletic staff, maintains written records pertaining to recruiting and official visits by student-athletes, formulates and implements a comprehensive rules education program for all student athletes and coaches, evaluates on a regular basis the internal system of compliance checks and balances, and makes recommendations regarding any revisions, and conducts an initial inquiry regarding any reported rules violation and makes a written report to the NCAA and the Vice President for Student Life
  • Represent the College and its athletics program, with honesty, integrity and sportsmanship at all times, to various institutional programs and students, parents, the general public, alumni and external agencies
  • Develop a positive, professional relationship with faculty, staff, students, alumni and Eagle Athletic Association members
  • Contribute to the overall atmosphere of the department by establishing positive, team-oriented working relationships with peers and by adhering to the department’s mission statement and core values
  • Work with various departments and personnel at the college to aid in the development of a positive student-athlete experience
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree (master’s degree and collegiate coaching experience preferred)
  • Have excellent oral and written communication skills, organizational and leadership skills
  • Demonstrated excellent supervisory, program management, interpersonal and financial skills
  • Knowledge and appreciation of an environmental liberal arts education and an understanding of the role athletics play in a college committed to academic excellence and cultural diversity
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with staff, faculty, students, parents and alumni from diverse ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds
  • Demonstrated knowledge and ability to work within the framework of Green Mountain College policies, North Atlantic Conference (NAC) regulations, and NCAA Division III philosophy and rules
  • Ability to work extended hours including some evenings and weekends
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Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Plan, organize, and direct activities, events, programs, facilities and services directly related to the Athletic Department and ensure that related activities comply with established standards, requirements, grant specifications, laws, codes, regulations, policies, and procedures
  • Manage budgets, facilities, planning, activities, needs, and issues related to the Athletic Department
  • Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned faculty and classified staff; interview and select employees
  • Coordinate with campus Maintenance and Operations and outside vendors the repair, maintenance or improvements of athletic facilities
  • Assist in the administration and monitoring of athletic programs and courses to ensure compliance with established curriculum standards and CCCAA requirements; direct and participate in the analysis, implementation, and enhancement of curriculum standards for the Athletic Department
  • Supervise the assembly and installation of athletic equipment for athletic teams; maintain athletic inventories
  • Monitor Countable Athletically Related Activities (CARA) hours for each athletic team
  • Provide leadership and oversight in the planning and management of special events related to athletics including all Regional or State CCCAAA Championships held at the college
  • Facilitate and work directly with student services, in the development and management of intermural programs
  • Assist, through the collaboration with the campus Director of Marketing and Communication; promotion and publicity of the athletic programs
  • Be responsible for the development and preparation of the annual ASOCC Athletic Budget Request, the EADA (Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act) Report and Title IX Compliance, and other state and federal documents for the athletic programs
  • Develop, analyze, and review ancillary and ASOCC budgetary and financial data; control and authorize expenditures related to the Athletic Department
  • Provide home supervision at athletic contest and, when necessary, contest supervision at away athletic contest
  • Coordinate the management of game officials
  • Supervise the work and schedules of the certified athletic trainers and student trainers
  • Promote the athletic teams across the campus, the local community and California
  • Responsible for the Athletic Program Review process, assessment, and documents for the college and athletic leagues
  • Oversee the preparation and maintenance of a variety of athletic records and reports including annual program review and meet established timelines
  • Promote among coaches, the athletic staff, and student athletes traits of sportsmanship, personal integrity, and physical and emotional well-being
  • Support the coordination of student recruitment and communication with outside agencies and schools
  • Coordinate, through the foundation office, fundraising efforts for the athletic department
  • Represent the college as a member of the Orange Empire Conference (OEC), the Southern California Football Association (SCFA), the California Community College Athletic Director Association (CCCADA); attend and actively participate in the OEC, SCFA, CCCAA and CCCADA meetings, conferences, and conventions
  • Represent the college at campus and community events when appropriate
  • Uphold the CCCAA standards and College Disciplinary procedures for students and contractual disciplinary procedures for faculty and coaches. Be responsible for the certification of all athletic eligibility
  • Direct the certification and provide annual updates to all Coaches, Athletic Classified Staff, and Academic Advisor in compliance with CCCAA
  • Attend and conduct various meetings as assigned including meetings with coaches and the Athletic Board of Control; serve as a member of and participate in various advisory boards and committees
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Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Integrity, vision, acumen, and appeal with a passion for excellence, a profound commitment to student-athlete success, and an energetic drive to lead the Valley City State University Vikings to the highest level and thereby increase community and public engagement in VCSU athletics
  • A record of successful strategic planning, budget and human resource management, and facilities oversight within higher education, intercollegiate athletics, and/or like industry
  • Excellent judgement in decision-making and character assessment
  • Strong communication skills to effectively represent Valley City State University messages to the media and at alumni, donor, and other University events
  • A strong commitment to academic excellence, gender equity and Title IX compliance, conference and NAIA principles and bylaws, and the Champions of Character program
  • Demonstrated ability to secure funds for capital projects, program and facility improvements and overall departmental enhancements
  • High energy level, work ethic and willingness to be able to attend the majority of athletic events happening on and off campus
  • Understanding of changes and trends in athletics administration and practice
  • Prior experience at NCAA or NAIA institution is preferred
  • Ability to work flexible hours including a significant number of evenings and weekends
  • Ability and strong desire to live, work, and engage in a small town environment
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Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Outline strategies and plans that produce championship-winning programs
  • Provide creative and strategic leadership for the Purdue University intercollegiate athletic program
  • Hire, mentor and supervise coaches, staff and administrative personnel in a collaborative and nurturing work and learning environment
  • Articulate the vision of the Purdue University athletic program in ways that align with the mission and values of the University
  • Develop comprehensive marketing and promotion program, including social media
  • Be highly visible and accessible to the student athletes
  • Improve the fan experience
  • Be the visible and approachable face of the University’s intercollegiate athletics program to the public, the media, University faculty and staff, alumni, students, season ticket holders, John Purdue Club members, other supporters of the University and more broadly, the Big Ten and NCAA institutions, colleagues, and partners
  • Shepherd the athletic department’s resources to ensure the effectiveness, efficiency, and fiscal integrity of the department
  • In collaboration with the Faculty Athletic Representatives, Office of the Provost, and Academic Services staff, take responsibility for the University’s commitment to academic excellence, academic integrity, and the retention and graduation of student-athletes
  • In collaboration with the Faculty Athletic Representatives, ensure institutional control of the athletics program and the department’s compliance with NCAA, Big Ten, and University rules and regulations
  • Plan and lead the department’s development and fundraising efforts in collaboration with the John Purdue Club staff members and the University Development Office/Advancement
  • Provide oversight and leadership in the design and implementation of the department’s public and media relations, promotions, revenue generation, and marketing plans and strategies
  • In collaboration with the Office of Student Life and other campus units, promote the active engagement of student athletes within the University community to enrich student life both on campus and at the University’s athletic events
  • Maintain and grow the department’s community involvement, strategic partnerships, and service initiatives
  • Plan and lead the construction, management, and maintenance of the University’s athletic facilities
  • Establish professional relationships and strategic partnerships with key national and regional partners, including (but not limited to) Learfield Sports, Nike, Bankers Life Arena, and Lucas Oil Stadium
  • Establish relationships with student athlete alumni, encouraging their involvement in the program after graduation
  • Engage and update the athletic department’s oversight committees, including the Board of Trustees and Athletics Affairs Committee. Work closely and collaboratively with organizations such as The Boilers Business Exchange and the Boilermaker Athletic Council on promoting Purdue athletics and enhancing the student-athlete experience, respectively
  • Serve as an active member of the President’s senior staff
  • A record of successful executive-level, strategic leadership within higher education, intercollegiate athletics, and/or a public or private organization
  • Past record of recruiting, hiring, and retaining successful coaches and staff
  • A strong commitment to diversity and inclusion, gender equity and Title IX compliance, and the principles and bylaws of the National Collegiate Athletic Association
  • Demonstrated ability to secure funds for capital projects, program and facility improvements, and overall departmental enhancements
  • A strong work ethic; excellent listening skills; great attention to detail; the abilities to make tough decisions, handle criticism, debate, and seek out feedback; and strong negotiation skills
  • Successful experience in building and maintaining a successful BCS/FBS football program
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Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Program Oversight Administer and supervise the entire 6-12 athletic program. Coordinate the general needs of each sport individually and all sports collectively. Lead and manage the development of new programs and/or significant changes to existing programs. Take the lead in the fulfillment of GA’s strategic goals for the athletic department. Be a role model for the GA Mission Statement and the GA Civility Pledge. Be a leader in good sportsmanship and positive coaching practices. Liaise with Summer Programs and the Director of Operations regarding student recruitment and auxiliary income opportunities for GA athletics
  • Budget & Fundraising Oversight Oversee the annual athletic budget carefully and work with the CFO as needed to review or plan for annual program budget needs and capital expense requests; manage the Associate Athletic Director who is in charge of the day-to-day budget. Strategically advocate for budget changes as needed to ensure the development of successful programs, coaches, and student-athletes. Work with the Office of Institutional Advancement to uphold fundraising policies and to identify capital needs for potential donor funding
  • Policy Oversight Ensure that the community in general and coaches, parents, and students in particular are familiar with athletic policies and athletics-related admission procedures. Oversee the annual review, evaluation, and coordination of athletic policies. Annually review the policies of each sport with the Upper School Varsity Head Coach. Review and update the GA Coaches’ Handbook annually. Review and update the GA Athletics Handbook annually. 4. Personnel Management Recruit, hire, assign, and mentor coaches; oversee the general evaluation process for all coaches; directly evaluate all Upper School varsity head coaches. Oversee the process of issuing coaching ECA contracts and/or work with HR regarding the inclusion of ECAs in the contracts for new faculty, staff, and administration where appropriate. Regularly meet with Upper School Varsity Coaches regarding professional goals, program progress, areas of strength, areas for growth, and new opportunities. Provide support to and facilitate professional development for coaches. Directly supervise, mentor, and evaluate the Associate Athletic Director, Assistant Athletic Director, Assistant Athletic Director for Middle School, Athletic Department Assistant, Athletic Training Staff, and Strength & Conditioning Coach. Oversee the development of Vertically Aligned Programs (grades 6-12) and mentor and evaluate VAP Upper School Varsity Head Coaches. Regularly communicate with division heads to share anticipated coaching vacancies
  • Communication Serve as the voice for GA athletics in community and individual settings. Communicate proactively, both internally and externally, to share information about and advocate for GA athletics. Establish and maintain high standards of communication for the Athletics Department and all teams 6-12, including practice schedules, games, and competition results. Collaborate with the Office of Institutional Advancement to manage accurate reporting processes to ensure timely communication of team competitions, results, and sports news, and to promote upcoming events. Share and review all major concerns with the Head of School
  • Facilities, Equipment, & Transportation Supervision Oversee the use and maintenance of athletic facilities and equipment. Liaise regularly with the Director of Facilities regarding the needs of GA athletics and any potential overlaps with rentals to outside entities. Ensure GA transportation policies are being followed and that teams have what they need in terms of travel to practices and games
  • Student-Athlete Mentorship Lead the Upper School Captains’ Council. Regularly meet with team captains to provide mentorship, gather ideas, and plan events. Work with each coach to ensure the election or appointment of team captains is fair and transparent. Implement and supervise the student evaluation of coaches at the end of each Upper School season. Participate in the recruitment of student-athletes in all sports. Serve as a problem-solver and mentor for student-athletes and their families
  • League Responsibilities Attend all Inter-Academic League meetings and serve as a thoughtful, proactive voice for the GA athletic community. Serve as a moderator of League coaches’ meetings for specifically assigned seasonal meetings as requested. Attend any other necessary or helpful state, regional, or national athletics meetings to promote GA athletics and to uphold or enhance our school’s policies
  • Professional Responsibilities Regularly engage in professional development to ensure that GA remains a leader in the field of athletics. Remain apprised of athletics trends in high school and colleges in order to offer recommendations for program improvements or additions as needed
  • College Recruiting Advisor Serve as a resource for student-athletes (and their families) who are exploring the pursuit of college athletics
  • GA Athletic Hall of Fame Director Serve as Chairman of the GA Athletic Hall of Fame Selection Committee and as Master of Ceremony for the Athletic Hall of Fame biannual event
  • Event Supervisor Serve as the event supervisor for the various athletic activities on campus. Report all violations of GA’s Civility Pledge to the Head of School. Be present at as many athletics events as possible
  • Athletic Training Supervisor Coordinate and communicate with the Athletic Trainer regarding all new legal and health-related information, communicate these to the GA Community, and arrange for athletic training coverage at all GA home athletic events
  • Athletic Awards Oversee the process for the determination of all athletic awards and their distribution at post-season ceremonies
  • Committee Participation Serve on the One School Committee and the GA Safety Committee
  • Travel Oversight Oversee athletics-related off-campus trips and mentor coaches to uphold school trip policies
  • Additional Responsibilities Fulfill additional responsibilities upon consultation with the Head of School, to whom the Athletic Director reports
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Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Recruit and develop coaches who will effectively mentor students and develop championship level programs
  • Hire, mentor, supervise, and provide professional growth opportunities for coaches, staff and administrative personnel
  • Articulate the vision of the George Fox University athletic program in ways that align with the “Be Known” vision of the University
  • Model a highly relational Christian witness to the students and employees of the University
  • Work with Sports Marketing to develop comprehensive marketing and promotion programs, including social media
  • Focus on improving the fan experience
  • Be the visible and approachable face of the University’s intercollegiate athletics program to the public, the media, University faculty and staff, alumni, students, season ticket holders, Terrace Club members, other supporters of the University and more broadly, the Northwest Conference and NCAA institutions, colleagues, and partners
  • In collaboration with the Faculty Athletic Representative, Academic Affairs Office, and coaches, take responsibility for the University’s commitment to academic excellence, academic integrity, and the retention and graduation of student athletes
  • Together with the Faculty Athletic Representatives, ensure institutional control of the athletics program and the department’s compliance with NCAA, Northwest Conference, and University rules and regulations
  • Plan and lead the department’s development and fundraising efforts in collaboration with the University Advancement department
  • Plan and lead the management and maintenance of the University’s athletic facilities. Collaborate regarding the construction of new athletic facilities
  • Establish professional relationships and strategic partnerships with key national and regional partners, including (but not limited to) Nike, EastBay, and others
  • Maintain relationships with student athlete alumni, encouraging their involvement in the program after graduation
  • Engage and update each team’s fundraising constituents
  • Communicate effectively and courteously with others, including employees, students and the public, in a spirit of teamwork, respect and customer service
  • Record of successful executive-level, strategic leadership within higher education, intercollegiate athletics, and/or a public or private organization
  • Ability to collaborate and form strategic partnerships with a diverse array of constituencies external and internal to the University community in order to leverage opportunities for growth and advancement
  • Record of collaborative and ethical decision making within a fast-paced and competitive environment
  • Strong commitment to diversity and inclusion, gender equity and Title IX compliance, and the principles and bylaws of the NCAA and the Northwest Conference
  • Team builder with excellent interpersonal skills and a high level of integrity
  • Ability to serve as the primary spokesperson for the Athletic program, promoting the philosophy and values of the program
  • Proven track record of successfully creating and maintaining strong constituent relationships
  • Strong work ethic; excellent listening skills; great attention to detail; able to make tough decisions, handle criticism, debate, and seek out feedback; and strong negotiation skills
  • Evangelical Christian commitment and lifestyle consistent with the university’s mission as described on our website
  • Candidates should value an environment that reflects the diversity of God’s kingdom, engages in global concerns, and connects culturally
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Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • A bachelor’s degree is required; a master’s degree or higher is preferred
  • Extensive experience in athletics with senior level management experience
  • Demonstrated success in developing and executing strategic planning and effective organizational leadership
  • Demonstrated commitment to a program that promotes and supports both academic and athletic excellence
  • Demonstrated commitment to diversity and the development of an inclusive campus culture
  • Demonstrated success with donor development and/or fundraising
  • Demonstrated experience and proficiency with financial planning and budgeting
  • Experience with developing, implementing, and managing a department-wide strategic recruitment program
  • Ability to foster collaboration and productive partnerships with a broad range of constituencies, both inside and outside the University
  • Ability to recruit, motivate, supervise, and evaluate departmental personnel
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to effectively communicate with both internal and external constituencies
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Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • E 50% Oversee, lead, and supervise all athletic activities through
  • A. Develop and maintain athletic department operational budgets including recruiting, team and coaches’ travel, official's pay, dues/memberships, and supplies/equipment within the colleges allotted budget
  • B. Recommendations of employment and provides supervision of the athletic department head and assistant coaches, athletic trainer, sports information director/assistant athletic director, cheerleading/dances coaches, athletic
  • Department secretary, and volunteer coaches
  • C. Monitors travel including scheduling of vehicles for teams, coaches, SID/Asst AD, athletic trainer, cheerleading and dance
  • D. Oversees athletic events scheduling which includes athletic facilities
  • E. Meet deadlines for varsity sports submission of statistics to the KJCCC and NJCAA
  • F. Conduct monthly athletic department meeting for the purpose of communication and distribution of information pertinent to the college, KJCCC, Region VI, and NJCAA
  • G. Mentor and provide positive direction to all members of the athletic department and student-athletes
  • H. Actively involved with fundraising through the athletic programs, Development Foundation, and Saints Booster Club
  • Sitting for a period of 2 hours at one time with a total of 4 hours
  • Standing for a period of 1 hour at one time with a total of 2 hours
  • Walking for a period of 1 hour at one time with a total of 2 hours
  • Lifting up to 10 lbs. frequently and up to 100 lbs. occasionally
  • Carrying up to 10 lbs. frequently and up to 100 lbs. occasionally
  • Repetitive Action: use of right and left hand for simple grasping, fine manipulation, and pushing and pulling
  • Use both feet for repetitive movements as in operational functions
  • Bending, squatting, crawling, climbing, and reaching above should level occasionally
  • Keyboarding 2-4 hours daily Drive a vehicle and be exposed to dust fumes and gases occasionally
  • We regret that the College is unable to sponsor employment Visas or consider individuals on time-limited Visa status
  • Successful applicant will be required to pass a criminal background check prior to employment
  • Cover letter, which states how the candidate specifically meets the qualifications
  • Job-related resume including contact information for three professional references
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Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Three (3) years of related work experience (including two years of supervising)
  • Effective human relations/communications skills: written, verbal and listening
  • Experience working for a higher education institution
  • Understanding, sensitivity and respect for the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability and ethnic backgrounds of community college students and a belief in the ability of every person to be a successful learner
  • Experience with budget development and management
  • Demonstrated experience in compliance and eligibility requirements and processes
  • Demonstrated experience in fundraising
  • Master’s degree from an accredited college or university
  • Experience in administration and/or supervision appropriate to the assignment
  • Experience with schedule-management
  • Initiative to make decisions independently regarding workload, problems, or situations
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Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • A record of successful executive level, strategic leadership within higher education, intercollegiate athletics and/or a like industry
  • An ability to collaborate and form strategic partnerships with a diverse array of constituencies external and internal to the University community in order to leverage unique opportunities for growth and advancement
  • Effectively present Pitt’s messages to the media and at alumni and donor and other University events
  • A strong commitment to gender equity and Title IX compliance, and the principles and bylaws of the National Collegiate Athletic Association and the Atlantic Coast Conference
  • Demonstrated ability to raise funds to support capital projects, program and facility improvements and overall departmental enhancements
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Durham Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Communicate with athletes, oversee coaches and promote academic achievement
  • Set clear short-term and long term-goals to drive development of athletic program and support high rigor in instruction
  • Work with community partners to provide health and wellness programming for students and families
  • Assist staff members in integrating health and wellness routines into their life
  • Serve as a champion for developing health and wellness in our school and larger community
  • Assit with organization of entire athletic program
  • ​Implement school-wide student management policies within classrooms and on campus
  • Work as part of an interdisciplinary team to to collaborate regularly and implement curricula and activities to meet and monitor academic standards
  • Design and implement assessments that measure progress towards academic standards
  • Use assessment data to refine curriculum and inform instructional practices
  • Participate in collaborative curriculum development, grade-level activities, and school-wide functions
  • Provide consistent rewards and/or consequences for student behavior
  • Communicate effectively with students, families, and colleagues
  • Infuse KIPP's core values into daily lessons
  • Receive and respond appropriately to formal and informal feedback from teammates, principal, students and parents and view this as a tool to improve and grow
  • Maintain an open-door policy for observations
  • Maintain an organized and focused learning environment
  • Uphold all school policies within the classroom and with athletic program
  • Participate in school-wide professional development
  • Experience and success with historically under-served populations of students
  • Ability to work with young individuals and adults
  • Ability to recruit and build partnerships within the Durham community
  • 2 years teaching experience (preferred)
  • Strong desire and commitment to teach in an academically intense curriculum and extended school day
  • A "do whatever it takes attitude" to help our students reach academic excellence;​
  • Demonstrate a commitment to the philosophy that every minute of every day is learning time by preparing and executing engaging lessons
  • Unquestioned integrity and commitment to KIPP ENC's mission and community
  • Bachelor’s degree (required)
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Sportable Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor’s Degree of furthering education in Therapeutic Recreation, Park & Recreation, or related field, and/or at least two years experience in the field of Therapeutic Recreation or at least five years of hands on, programming experience in adaptive sports
  • Minimum of two years experience in a supervisory position
  • Passion for physical activity and improving the health of individuals with a physical disability
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills with a demonstrated ability to communicate clearly
  • Strong personal initiative and ability to work independently
  • Ability to work collaboratively and productively with Executive Director, Board, staff, volunteers, and others
  • Communicate clearly, honestly, and respectfully with participants, staff, donors, and volunteers
  • Well-organized; able to manage time and people wisely
  • Strong work ethic and high degree of professionalism
  • Fluency in Microsoft Office Suite – Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Ability to work remotely and travel occasionally
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Assistant Principal / Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Perform other related duties as assigned or requested
  • Coordinate effective communications strategies among the students, the community, the faculty and the administration
  • Plan and implement human resources activities: hiring/mentoring/disciplining; terminations; staffing design/master schedule; professional development activities; evaluations
  • Participate in the management of day-to-day operations of the school facility including purchase of instructional supplies, material & equipment, coordinating capital reserve process (small & large capital). Ensure safety of staff and students during emergency procedures
  • Assist in the utilization of appropriate resources of the staff, student body, school district and the community to develop and maintain highly effective instructional and co-curricular programs
  • Conduct effective student disciplinary measures, ensuring uninterrupted instructional and co-curricular practices, as well as demonstrating behavioral expectations
  • Collaborate with District Administrators regarding strategies for complying with state accreditation, accountability and school improvement requirements, including data collection and analysis of school wide student academic achievement, patterns of low student performance, and achievement discrepancies
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Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Identify and hire all athletic head coaches and the Athletic Trainer Certified (ATC)
  • Assist head coaches in establishing consistent disciplinary programs and problem solving strategies for all athletic programs
  • Maintain and approve athletic schedules, contracts, and sanctioning for all interscholastic athletic events in which the school participates according to the published rules and policies of each respective sport
  • In accordance with state and federal guidelines, maintain a permanent file of medical examinations, injury reports, parent consent and releases, birth certificate, and other items as required by governing bodies
  • Maintain permanent records for each sport, including but not limited to wins/losses, letter winners, scholarship recipients, and outstanding performances
  • Determine eligibility of candidates for all athletic teams as it pertains to rules and guidelines established through the school, FHSAA, NFHS, or other pertinent governing body
  • Supervise the coaching endorsement/certification program at the school level
  • Promote and publicize the interscholastic athletic program according to school and state rules and guidelines
  • Attend meetings pertaining to athletics as set up by the Florida High School Activities Association and the school (i.e., rules clinics, scheduling meetings etc.)
  • Conduct the program in accordance with rules of the school, and the Florida High School Activities Association
  • Prepare and manage the athletic program budget and assume responsibility for monitoring and reporting expenditures to the principal
  • Responsible for maintaining inventory of athletic equipment and supplies. Prepare bid specifications and purchase orders for athletic department expenditures
  • Arrange transportation for all athletic events
  • Oversee the promotion, sale of tickets and fund raising events of the athletic program and assume responsibility for receipts and deposits of athletic funds with the school business office in accordance with established university procedures
  • Assist coaches in arranging field and gym practices and handle logistics for providing assistance to visiting teams
  • Administer athletic eligibility reports to the Florida High School Athletic Association
  • Assume responsibility for arranging for or supervising home athletic events and all post-season home and away athletic events (FHSAA requires supervision at all post-season games regardless of where they're played)
  • Confirm availability of sports equipment needed for games
  • Arrange for payment of all game officials
  • Coordinate all tournaments and post season games
  • Work with the school SRO in to secure law enforcement officers to provide security for athletic games
  • Coordinate all athletic functions such as meetings, athletic banquets and other athletic meetings
  • Serve as public relations liaison for all routine news media requests related to athletics
  • 3+ years of physical education teaching experience
  • Demonstrated commitment to diversity and effective strategies for motivating and teaching students with differing abilities from a variety of backgrounds
  • A cover letter or letter of application
  • A complete curriculum vitae with contact information for professional references
  • Three letters of recommendation providing evidence of effective teaching, coaching, and leadership experience and collaboration with colleagues
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Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • 1) Cover Letter of application,
  • 2) Resume or Curriculum Vitae
  • 3) The names, titles, & contact information for five (5) professional references
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Asst Athletic Director, Business Operations Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor’s Degree in accounting, finance or business administration
  • Job related experience in a financially focused business office setting
  • MBA or CPA
  • 4 years of applicable work experience in a related field
  • Experience in budget operation/budget development/budget analysis
  • Knowledge of/or previous experience with an intercollegiate athletic organization
  • Knowledge/experience with Oracle, Peoplesoft and/or Microsoft Dynamics GP software
  • Non-profit accounting experience
  • Demonstrated understanding of reconciliation between multiple financial systems
  • Excellent organizational/interpersonal skills
  • High level knowledge of computers and software programs
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Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides a positive environment
  • Supervises and provides for the safety, welfare, and care of the students
  • Works toward the creation of a Catholic community within the entire school community
  • Shows respect for individuals and fairness in dealing with students and parents
  • Must demonstrate personal self-discipline, be adaptable and flexible in routine and unexpected situations
  • Must be extremely organized
  • Must use good judgment in daily encounters
  • Must use verbal and written language correctly
  • Must demonstrate an appropriate sense of humor
  • Practicing Catholic
  • Received Safe Environment Training and signed the Code of Conduct
  • FBI Fingerprint clearance completed
  • Must meet Ministry Formation Certification and/or re-certification as required by Diocesan policy
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Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Maintain equipment and supplies
  • Supervise and make arrangements for supervision on scheduled events
  • Supervise athletic staff as designated by Site Administrator
  • Publicize and recruit for athletic/recreational events
  • Represent Community Centers at/during events/meetings
  • Transport participants to and from events
  • Negotiate agreements on gym usage, schedule gym activities
  • Must be able to work weekends and evenings
  • Two (2) years experience with public recreation administration and the operation of planned recreational and athletic programs required
  • Familiarity with broad range of recreation and athletic programs
  • Ability to plan, assist and supervise staff
  • Ability to communicate and work with a broad range of people
  • Ability to exercise good judgment and focus on detail as required by the job
  • Experience in coordinating community recreational program
  • Must have and maintain a current Mass. Driver's License required
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Assistant to the Athletic Director & Athletic Trainer Intern Resume Examples & Samples

  • Current NATA certification
  • Eligibility for MA State Licensure
  • Strong verbal and written communication, interpersonal, organizational, and time-management skills
  • Demonstrated ability to take initiative, work independently and collaboratively
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Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Strives to achieve the goals of Catholic education; shows evidence of knowledge of the Catholic philosophy of education; promotes gospel values and Catholic moral teaching; upholds the doctrinal teachings of the Catholic Church; provides opportunities for the students to be prepared for life in today’s Church and society
  • Administers and coordinates the total athletic program in accordance with the school philosophy and diocesan policies; schedules all athletic contests in consultation with the AIA, principal, and head coaches of each program; publicizes all athletic contests to students, parents, staff, and the community at large; supervises all home athletic contests; conducts feasibility studies when needed in determining the addition of new sports to the athletic program and evaluate the success of these additions (documentation may be necessary to decide whether or not adding a new program is feasible); determines and supervises the process for expanding the number of teams in a particular program and evaluates the success of the expansion; keeps the principal informed of all matters related to the athletic program
  • Assists in preparing the annual budget for the athletic department and monitors athletic finances throughout the year; approves all potential uniform and equipment purchases as requested or needed and submit to the financial administrator or principal for approval; directs, organizes, and controls all fundraising efforts for the athletic department in conjunction with the financial administrator and within the guidelines set by the principal and the Development Council; determines and approves usage of athletic facilities by outside groups and monitors that usage with appropriate personnel coverage and rental charges that are contracted and paid for through the main office; works with the field improvement committee to develop and maintain the fields; oversees gym maintenance and reports needs and concerns to the maintenance director
  • Supervises and evaluates each coach and each program annually, particularly evaluating the total program in terms of recruiting, off season programs, quality of coaching, and other related duties; interviews and submits to the administration the names of nominations for open coaching positions; arranges for coaching contracts, particularly for off-campus coaches, in conjunction with the principal; in-services and guides new coaching staff members; meets with coaches as needed before, during, and after their seasons of play to handle questions and areas of mutual concern; conducts monthly meetings of the coaching staff (August through May) and prepares the agenda for each meeting; supervises the coaching staff in regards to securing All-Conference and All-State selections for all teams; maintains regular communication with all members of the coaching staff, particularly off-campus coaches, via coaches mailboxes, letters, reminders, etc
  • Serves as the school’s official representative for the AIA; attends required AIA and conference meetings with the assistant principal’s permission; oversees the athletic department recruiting program to be carried out by each program in compliance with AIA regulations; maintains files of all coaches currently in the program and communicates to coaches any civil, diocesan, or AIA policies that affect the coaching staff
  • Makes arrangements for practice facilities and home game locations and handles the arrangements for the set-up and administration of all home athletic contests (i.e., field/gym set-up, officials, scorekeepers, timers, chain gang, announcers, spotters, concessions, etc.); coordinates all transportation for athletic teams; coordinates the procedures for securing early dismissals and overnight trips for athletic teams
  • Coordinates the supervision of the students in all areas of the gymnasium at all times with the cooperation of the P.E. Department Chairperson and all P.E. Department and Athletic personnel; communicates with and involves all members of the faculty and staff in the athletic program; serves as academic advisor to the student-athletes and coordinates with coaches and the school staff; communicates the eligibility status of all student-athletes to the head coaches (i.e., copies of failure lists from the progress report and ineligible list published at the end of each quarter); coordinates the process for college recruiting and the student-athletic scholarship applications in conjunction with the guidance director; arranges for Athlete Recognition Receptions in conjunction with the Athletic Booster Club
  • Performs any other job-related tasks deemed necessary and/or assigned by the principal
  • Must be a practicing Catholic (BFOQ)
  • Must have Bachelor’s degree with preference given to those with a Master’s degree
  • Must be certified by the Arizona State Department of Education as a teacher and meet applicable NCA requirements
  • Must have knowledge of guidelines set by the AIA and follow all policies, procedures and regulations set therein
  • Must meet Ministry Formation Certification as required by Diocesan Policy
  • Must be in good physical condition
  • Must have initiative, creativity, and problem solving skills; use good judgment in handling different personalities and emerging situations
  • Must have proficiency in good communication skills with both children and adults
  • Must have a positive attitude in crisis situations
  • Must have knowledge and understanding of child development and psychology
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Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • 100% compliance with all of the eligibility and reporting guidelines of the GHSA and Region 6AA
  • Increasing both the participation in athletics as well as the overall competitiveness of teams
  • Increasing student and parent satisfaction with the quality of the athletic offerings at KAC
  • Minimum 3 years of coaching experience with at 1 year of directly managing adults
  • Immediate understanding of what a high bar for athletic practice, performance and achievement looks like
  • The ability to collaborate effectively with a diverse group of stakeholders at all levels of an organization, and to consistently display a high level of professionalism in all interactions
  • Track record of success influencing and motivating partners to action
  • Ability to manage the ambiguity and multiple priorities inherent in an entrepreneurial environment
  • Demonstrated ability to lead multiple high-profile and complex projects simultaneously
  • Collaborative team player, comfortable leading as well as executing projects as required
  • Excellent leadership, management, and organizational skills required
  • Articulate, professional demeanor with strong self-confidence and initiative
  • Ability to exercise excellent judgment in decision-making, think strategically, work collaboratively, and gather and analyze data, compile information, and prepare reports
  • Flexible and able to multi-task within an ambiguous, fast-moving, entrepreneurial environment, while also driving toward clarity and solutions
  • Proficient in MS Office, particularly Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Ability to motivate, excite, and educate both internal and external resources to support our work in helping our KIPPsters persist to and through college
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Assistant to the Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide assistance with strategic planning for the Director of Athletics
  • Provide research for strategic initiatives for Director of Athletics
  • Special projects as assigned by the Director of Athletics
  • Collaborate with multiple campus partners at the direction of the Director of Athletics
  • Manage calendar, travel schedule, and meetings for Director of Athletics
  • Coordinate department events and meetings
  • Oversee event operations for home athletic competitions
  • Plan departmental travel for athletic teams in an effort to realize department-wide cost savings
  • Assist with HR policies, procedures, and implementation
  • Assist executive management team with day-to-day operations
  • Minimum of one year of professional experience in an intercollegiate athletics setting
  • B.A/B.S. degree required
  • High level computing skills, including web searches, presentation programs, word processing, spreadsheets
  • Knowledge of business procedures, filing, record keeping, and general receptionist responsibilities required
  • Time-management and organizational skills; capable of calendaring and planning for deadlines; ability to work efficiently under pressure
  • Must be able to work independently and proactively, and deal with a variety of diverse circumstances
  • History of dependability, reliability, initiative, neat appearance and outgoing personality
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Club Sports Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Athletics background a plus
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills
  • Must be highly organized
  • Knowledge of programming and administering club sports
  • Knowledge of scheduling sporting events home and away
  • Event management experience
  • Knowledge of Microsoft word, excel spreadsheets and scheduling software preferred
  • Must be able to be a team player,
  • Ability to demonstrate a commitment to High Point University's Vision, Mission and Values and the values of the HPU Athletics Department
  • Liaison between university departments regarding Club sports
  • Coordinator of all future student inquiries into the Club program and assurance of follow-up with coaches
  • Monitor and respond to all student inquiries about Club Sports (prospective and current)
  • Budgeting of the program
  • Establish Club Sport participation fee structure
  • Coordinate with HPU Business Office annual billing
  • Marketing of the program – internal and to prospective students
  • Develop collateral marketing material
  • Creating a culture of Club Sports on campus
  • Establish new Club programs
  • Ensure the longevity of existing Club programs
  • Routinely poll student body for Club interest in different sports
  • Track team data and report to website
  • Maintain web site for online registration of events, leagues, etc
  • Meet regularly with part time club coaches/students
  • Work with coaches to schedule top flight opponents
  • Exit interviews with graduating senior Club Sport Participants
  • Oversight of the P/T administrator to ensure compliance, liability, insurance, background checks for coaches
  • Authorize equipment purchases and repairs
  • Create and maintain club sports manual of operations
  • Coordinate travel with HPU Transportation Services for all club sports programs
  • Facility coordination with competing demands
  • Maintain records relative to participation and equipment inventory
  • Advise clubs on travel, liability, practice, competition, state and national competition
  • Communicate directly with club coaches and students to help assist with program management
  • Assist when necessary with associated campus clubs and organizations, student activities and other student services
  • Attend HPU events to promote the club sports program, as assigned
  • Position reports to Athletic Director
  • Position is accountable for the management and direction of all club sports programs
  • Increase club sports on campus by program offerings and student participation
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Assistant to the Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Participating in all Athletic Administration Leadership meetings
  • Serving as the primary liaison for the Director of Athletics meetings, including the Board of Visitors Athletics Committee, Duke Club Advisory Board, CAA, donor meetings and internal meetings
  • Developing agenda and presentation materials with input from the Director of Athletics and Athletic department heads
  • Maintaining the University Planning database for the Athletic Department
  • Collaborating with other areas to coordinate Athletics Directors participation at Athletic events. Notable events include: Football and Basketball game day activities, Duke Club Spring Tour, HOF and Awards banquets and community engagement events
  • Providing Director of Athletics with historical and biographical information on individuals/groups involved in events
  • Facilitating the arrangement of events and special athletic meetings, including appropriate talking points, preparation of presentations and ensuring that logistics flow smoothly
  • Coordinating scheduling of Athletic events across all Athletic Departments to ensure participation by staff and student-athletes
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Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Effective communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Efficient computer/technology skills including capabilities to use e-mail, web-based software, etc
  • Flexibility, organization, decision-making, team building and problem solving skills
  • Interpersonal skills with diverse populations in-person and on the telephone
  • Knowledge of APS community, computer system, financial and legal requirements
  • Ability to meet deadlines, work on multiple projects and coordinate the work of others
  • Previous experience as a coach and competitor preferred
  • Knowledge of district policies on immunization, medication, first aid, child abuse/neglect and substance abuse
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Assitant Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assists the Head Athletic Trainer with scheduling of student athlete physical examinations, and for scheduling any necessary post-season medical evaluations of student athletes; and coordinating training room operations
  • Assists in monitoring the work of student interns, as directed
  • Performs other job-related duties and special projects as assigned
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Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Oversee the operations of the athletic department
  • Coordinate and supervise the intercollegiate athletic program through each team’s head coach and the head athletic trainer
  • Develop, implement and maintain a policy and procedures program with guidelines for managing the athletic department
  • Select and maintain a staff of highly qualified and successful head coaches and athletic training staff
  • Promote a collaborative and unified approach across the athletic department
  • Ensure that all guidelines for personnel actions are properly processed according to Kalamazoo College requirements and that they adhere to all college, state and federal laws and regulations
  • Provide support for the professional development of coaching staff and athletic training staff and publicly promote their individual and team accomplishments
  • Attend team practices and games to assess and evaluate coaching techniques and team morale; provide in-person support for the coaching staff and student-athletes. Conduct and present an annual evaluation on each head coach
  • Develop, implement and communicate athletic department philosophy and goals with the Kalamazoo College administration, faculty, alumni and student-athletes
  • Submit recommendations to and coordinate athletic department decisions with the Provost according to Kalamazoo College line of administrative authority
  • Establish, implement and maintain an organizational structure that clearly defines reporting lines and key tasks and responsibilities
  • Support the Fitness and Wellness Director who manages the Fitness and Wellness Center and its associated programming
  • Develop, implement and monitor fiscal planning of the athletic department, including budget management
  • Collaborate with Advancement division on all fundraising efforts
  • Formulate and implement athletic policies including long-range planning with regard to department personnel, budget and facilities
  • Serve as chief advocate for Kalamazoo athletics in the community
  • Serve on college, conference and national committees
  • Oversee, complete and submit annual college, conference, NCAA and federal reports
  • Adhere to and enforce all policies and procedures as stated in Kalamazoo College’s faculty/staff handbook, athletic department policies and procedures manual and MIAA and NCAA Division III rules and regulations
  • Ensure a culture of compliance throughout the athletic program and with other offices that have MIAA and NCAA compliance requirements
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Senior Assoc Athletic Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Serve as the Department Head for areas related to Community and Alumni Outreach with responsibility and oversight for the Varsity Club and Hall of Fame
  • Primary emphasis on increasing Community and Alumni partnerships in the local community as well as focusing on cultivating regional and national partnerships
  • Serve on Executive Leadership Team
  • Recruit, hire and manage staff for Varsity Club, Hall of Fame, and Specific Sport Oversight
  • Collaborative approach to leadership, along with awareness of best approaches to intercollegiate athletic Campus, Community and Alumni Outreach. Including all initiatives designed to generate engagement and partnership with NIU Alumni
  • Oversee and manage all components associated with the Athletic Department Strategic Plan, including facilitation of process, campus/community engagement, and follow up/record keeping
  • Manage/Organize Varsity Club, Hall of Fame, and Athletic Department Alumni for all sport programs including game day hospitality and Athletic Department Alumni functions and events
  • Create opportunities for interaction between the University, Athletic Department and Alumni Office to enhance annual and capital giving
  • Liaison with University Alumni Association. Facilitate the coordination of all Athletic Department Revenue Generation from alumni engagement and partnerships
  • Supervisor for assigned sports/ administrative units, including budget, personnel review, and short and long term goal setting
  • Develop and implement innovative approaches and solutions; work well independently and in teams; and be flexible in accepting new responsibilities
  • Coordinate activities of Campus, Community and Alumni Outreach with all other Athletic Department units and with University units (University Foundation, Alumni Association, University Media Services and University Relations)
  • Work effectively with all constituents (university, alumnus, community, etc.)
  • A minimum of five academic years of progressively responsible experience in athletic administration
  • Ability to effectively develop and nurture internal and external relationships
  • Proven track record of leadership in areas of collegiate advancement (revenue generation) development or corporate giving
  • Ability to use relevant computer software
  • Ability to work in a dynamic, diverse work environment and proven experience working cooperatively with diverse groups and administrators, faculty, staff and students
  • Knowledge of NCAA, Conference and University rules and regulations (or willingness to learn) and abide by conference and institutional policies and procedures
  • Supervisory experience in athletic administration, collegiate advancement, development or corporate giving
  • Experience in providing oversight to Athletic Department revenue generating areas NCAA Division I football experience