High School and Custom Programs Coordinator
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POST DATE 11/13/2019
END DATE 11/16/2019
University of California - Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA
JOB DESCRIPTIONJOB SUMMARY
RECREATION SUPERVISOR, SENIOR
High School and Custom Programs Coordinator
$3,634 - $7,200 monthly
3730-CULTURAL & RECREATIONAL AFFAIRS
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Job Summary Statement:
Under the direction of the Program Director, Youth & Family Programs (MSO II), the High School and Custom Programs Coordinator (Recreation Supervisor, Senior) is responsible for the oversight, planning, development, and delivery of a broad-based and well-balanced curriculum of enrichment programs for middle school and high school aged youth, as well as other custom and private programs for both youth and adults. The Incumbent directly supervises and manages the UCLA high school and summer conference enrichment programs and oversees the coordination of adult Instructional classes and youth programs in specialty programing areas. This position will also have a significant role in the development and execution of the annual promotional strategy and calendar for revenue driven youth, experiential and summer conference programming initiatives. The incumbent also works to develop and deliver custom programming to youth, adults and other local and international populations in a variety recreational activities.
The Incumbent is also tasked with overseeing the recruitment, hiring, training and development of a large part-time staff for annual program delivery. These programs may include age diverse, academically specific, physically, mentally or emotional challenged participants and all classes, special events or program themes should be created to be inclusive and respectful of different ethnic or cultural heritages. The developed enrichment curriculum should reflect a high concern for participant safety, include a variety of styles and course options, progressive skill acquisition where appropriate, and should reflect the department and program's philosophy of participatory recreation and enriching educational opportunities. The successful candidate must possess the attitude and aptitude to thrive in an environment that values high expectations, accountability, and balanced lifestyle choices. An entrepreneurial spirit and enthusiasm for service and the cultivation of an inclusive, safe, and diverse environment for staff, members and guests is of the highest priority for the position.
The incumbent is tasked to ensure all programs are planned and executed in compliance with all necessary industry standards and best practices, health codes, county, state and federal regulations regarding youth programming. Monitor the individual class/program income and expense budgets, ensuring reports and invoicing is done on a timely basis.
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QUALIFICATIONS FOR POSITION
Demonstrated ability to develop and plan instructional classes, design a broad-based curriculum and create new program concepts. Sound foundation in and working knowledge of sports, varied recreational, enrichment and skill developmental activities.
Ability to listen perceptively and maintain equanimity when dealing with complaints or conflicts, and to resolve difficult situations to positive outcomes. Skill in communicating direction to staff in a clear, concise manner, to achieve efficient completion of tasks. Ability to explain processes to staff and patrons in a clear, concise and diplomatic manner.
Demonstrated skill in writing concise, logical, grammatically correct materials such as program proposals, annual reports, administrative and operational guidelines, performance evaluations and promotional materials.
Skill in developing collaborative working relationships with colleagues and subordinate staff. Skill in working as part of a team.
Demonstrated ability to mentor college-age people in professional development.
Demonstrated supervisory skills, including interviewing, evaluation, corrective actions, conflict management, team building and problem solving.
Ability to prioritize and manage workload to meet overall departmental and programmatic needs. Demonstrated skill in working independently and in following through on assignments with minimal direction.
Working knowledge of related outside youth agencies and their services, ability to contact them as appropriate to obtain needed information.
Skill in analyzing information, problems, situations, practices and procedures.
Skill in working independently and following through on assignments with minimal direction. Required
Skill in prioritizing tasks to complete work in a timely manner when there are changes in workload, assignments, deadlines or competing requirements.
Demonstrated ability to develop and coordinate production of a variety of promotional and advertising material.
Working knowledge of departmental and university policies and procedures regarding insurance and risk management, accounting, personnel, health and safety, and material management.
Bachelor's degree in recreation, education, psychology, sports management, social sciences, or similar degree with three to five years of experience working in a collegiate campus recreation setting.
Strong working knowledge of the American Camp Association standards and guidelines.
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THE TARGET SALARY RANGE FOR THIS POSITION IS BETWEEN THE POSTED MINIMUM AND $4,350 MONTHLY.
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