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Parkland College

Location: ChampaignIL 61821 Document ID: AC133-58QH Posted on: 2018-04-0504/05/2018 Job Type: Regular

Job Schedule:Full-time
Will not pay relocation expenses
Salary: $70000
Minimum Education: Bachelors2018-05-05
 

Director of Athletics & Student Life

The Director of Athletics & Student Life is responsible for the general oversight, administration, and promotion of the Parkland College Student Life department and NJCAA Division II Midwest Athletic Conference (MWAC) Intercollegiate athletic program. The Director maintains a visible presence on campus and is actively engaged in the support of several large scale campus-wide events; serves as a role model and facilitator to student leaders; promotes sportsmanship, co-curricular leadership, and advocates on behalf of student leaders, athletes, and organizations. 

Essential Job Functions

  • Manage and direct the departments of Athletics and Student Life.

  • Assist in the development and implementation of policies and procedures; identify opportunities for improvement in all functional areas.

  • Assist the Dean of Students in the formulation and development of goals & strategic plans for all functional areas, assure those plans are consistent with the college's plans; prepare statement of goals and objectives.

  • Work with the Vice President for Student Services and the Dean of Students to establish an annual budget for all of the functional areas; participate in budget preparation and administration; prepare cost estimates for budget recommendations; submit justifications for expenditure requests, monitor, and control expenditures. 

  • Analyze data collected from functional areas; findings will be used for decision making within the functional areas and for institutional use for compliance and evaluation.

  • At the request of the Dean of Students, serve on campus-wide committees; serve as liaison with other colleges, their athletic programs, and public and private agencies to assure coordination of activities.

  • Ensure all areas supervised comply with FERPA, Title IX, Title IV, Clery Act, ADA, NJCAA, MWAC, and other federal and state regulations.

  • Perform personnel management functions in accordance with college policies and procedures and appropriate collective bargaining agreements, including oversight of personnel selection, training, evaluation, and development; ensuring departmental practices are in compliance with college policy; and analyzing and recommending appropriate staffing levels.

  • Develop, direct and evaluate activities and program operations in all functional areas, compile and analyze data related to participation and program evaluation; develop organization work processes while facilitate attainment of established program goals and objectives.

  • Establish programs, policies, procedures, and guidelines for events, operations, and customer service, and strives for continual improvements in operation and services.

  • Represent and advocate for the department within the college administrative and governance structure and promote an environment that is responsive to student needs.

  • Collaborate with Marketing & Public Relations in the promotion of Parkland College athletics and student life programs.

  • Oversee and supervise the maintenance and purchase of all equipment associated with the athletic program, athletic facilities, and student life.

  • Oversee the coordination and implementation of SOAR activities both athletic and general student.

 

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in a related field.

  • Two (2) years in a leadership role, including staff supervision and budget management.

  • Demonstrated experience with student life or student life related enterprises.

  • Understanding of intercollegiate athletics administration.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills with diverse students, employees, and community members.

  • Available 24-hours per day for on-call inquiries and provide after-hours support for prospective students/athletes, parents, and coaches. 

  • Organizational skills, planning and budgeting experience, and the ability to work with students of diverse cultures and ethnic backgrounds.

  • Ability to establish positive working relationships with members of the Parkland College community and members of the public

     

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