Director of Tween/Teen Programs & Athletics

SUMMARY

Responsible for the delivery of tween/teen and children’s
athletics programs, including planning, development, and implementation.
Oversee and train staff members, manage the day to day operations of the
department and oversee maintenance of the Teen Lounge and Gymnasium.  Manage the budget for each program.   Plan and develop systems and procedures to
improve the operating quality and efficiency of the department. Supervise staff
in accordance with agency policies and procedures. Responsible for hiring,
training, and scheduling employees.

PRIMARY
RESPONSIBILITIES

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Increase Teen memberships and participation in
Tween and Children’s Athletics Programs

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Develop new Teen, Tween and Children’s Athletics
Programs, trips and activities

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Evaluates programs on a regular basis

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Maintain staffing for the department

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Ensure positive customer relations throughout
the department.

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Promote Teen, Tween and Youth Sports programs
through advertising, press releases and other marketing endeavors.

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Organize special events, projects and activities

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Supervise all children’s athletics activities
including scheduling of classes, lessons and leagues.

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Maintain and purchase sports equipment.

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Serve as unit leader of Teen Travel Summer Camp
program including hiring, training, supervision, program development and
implementation in coordination with the day camp director.

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Organize program PERS and expenditure reports in
compliance with government contracts.

·       Develop mid-year
and end of year grant reports and work with development consultant on new grant
opportunities.

 

 

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Manage department payroll and verify hours
worked.

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Serve as building coverage manager.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

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A Bachelor’s Degree with at least 2 years of
management experience.

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Two years progressively responsible experience
working with youth ages 13 through 18. Strong communication skills, both verbal
and written.

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Ability to deal effectively with multi-age
children, small groups of children in activities and free play, and large
groups of children in organized activities.

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Demonstrated ability to handle multiple demands
from several people.

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Ability to interact well with the public and
co-workers.

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Ability to meet deadlines with severe time
constraints.

  • Ability to work evenings and weekends.

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Demonstrated ability to take responsibility for
the safety and well-being of others.

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Demonstrated leadership, organizational, project
management and planning skills.



Reports to: 
Chief Program Officer

Disclaimer

The above statements are intended
to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people
assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive
list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so
classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their
normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.

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