Associate Director for Programs and Assessment
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Job no: 520987
Work type: Administrative & Professional
Senior management: Vice President for Student Affairs
Department: Recreational Sports Aux
Categories: Recreation / Event, Student Affairs / Services
The Associate Director for Programs and Assessment reports to the Director of Recreational Sports and serves as a member of the departmental leadership team providing strategic direction of recreational programs to promote the mission of health and well-being to the campus community. The Associate Director will provide direct oversight of all recreation programs including Intramural Sports, Sport Clubs, Fitness, Venture Out and Events. In this role, the Associate Director will aim to provide top quality programmatic experiences that drive the Hokie Movement and meet the ever-changing needs of a diverse student and campus population. Additionally this position will lead the departmental comprehensive assessment program which includes tracking usage trends, assessing administrative and learning outcomes, measuring customer service, benchmarking Recreational Sports initiatives, and other assessment needs. The Associate Director will work with each program and functional area to develop and implement the assessment plan as well as develop strategic goals and action items to continue to strive for excellence.
Master’s Degree in Recreation Administration, Health Promotion, Public Health, Physical Education, or related field;
Previous experience developing assessment plans including mission, goals, objectives and outcomes; developing and selecting assessment tools; administering and delivering assessment and evaluations; analyzing data and developing reports
Previous full-time leadership experience in developing and administering a program within campus recreation;
Previous supervisory experience of full-time staff
Demonstrated budget development experience;
Demonstrated knowledge of computer hardware and software applications such as Microsoft Teams, Innosoft Fusion, IMLeagues or other recreational management software
Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills;
Experience working on departmental, divisional, and/or university committees;
Knowledge of a variety of sports rules and participation policies;
CPR/AED, first aid, and blood borne pathogens certification or the ability to obtain prior to employment.
Demonstrated experience with efficient, effective, and engaging public speaking;
Experience with statistical software such as excel, SPSS, SAS or another solution
The successful candidate will be required to have a criminal conviction check.
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