This position manages the day-to-day operations of a sports program within the intercollegiate Athletics Department including supervision of staff, budget development and administration. Manages the complex and varied administrative requirements and aspects of the program in collaboration with program management including the daily logistical needs of players and staff, budget administration, controlling equipment and supplies, coordinating electronic information systems, and facilities and space planning. Coordinates team travel, game day operations and responsibilities, and training camp operations. Liaison with internal departments, community outreach programs and external agencies. Provides support to the Athletic Director, Head Coach, Assistant Coaches and student-athletes
Minimum Education: Bachelor's degree, Combined experience/education as substitute for minimum education
Minimum Experience: 3 years
Minimum Field of Expertise: Specific sports operational management experience or administrative experience. Knowledgeable about the various aspects of a specific sports game. Knowledge of NCAA regulations. Must be analytical, organized and an outstanding communicator.
Assist the head coach for womenâs lacrosse with the organization, development and implementation of a nationally competitive, Division I intercollegiate program. Specific responsibilities include coordinating team and recruiting travel and logistics; assisting with monitoring operating and scholarship budget expenditures; assisting with the academic development of student-athletes; assisting with scheduling practices and contests; coordinating the use of facilities; assisting the equipment manager with ordering, issuing, and collecting athletic equipment; arranging special/alumni events; fundraising; and other duties as assigned by the head coach.â
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