About this Opportunity!
Adult Sports Athletics Coordinator
(Full Time, Non-Exempt)
Salary: $48,805 - $57,279 per year
Under the supervision of the Athletics Program Supervisor (Sports
Dome) this position is responsible for the planning, organizing,
scheduling, promoting and supervision of a variety of programs and
special events. The Athletics Coordinator is responsible for the adult
sports programs at the District’s facilities and parks, and may be
assigned to work in other areas and special events within or outside
of the Department. This position assists in general supervision of the
facility and may substitute for the Athletics Program Supervisor
(Sports Dome) in their absence and assume all duties, as needed.
- Coordinates and leads a variety of programs for various ages and
skill levels in the areas of leagues, tournaments, special events,
clinics, camps and rentals to meet the recreational needs of the
community. Assists in the scheduling of programs and determines
appropriate number and nature of programs.
- Hires, trains, schedules, supervises and evaluates assigned staff;
provides or coordinates staff training, and works with employees to
- Assists with the preparation and monitoring of the budget, manage
revenues and expenditures and prepare financial reports. Prepare
purchase orders, RFP’s, and invoice requests. Collect and record
payments/fees for programs and outstanding balances. Prepare short
and long-range revenue/expenditure projections, check revenue
streams through POS etc. Develop and recommend program related
costs, fees, and locations.
- Assist with the development, implementation, and tracking of a
marketing strategy; notifying the public of District events.
Solicits sponsors and donations for programs and special events as assigned.
- Assist in maintaining records and makes reports as directed,
including attendance reports, program reports, accident reports,
weekly and monthly program reports, program analysis and personnel evaluations.
- Monitors application of POS system for registration purposes.
Evaluates and provides feedback for any enhancements to the process.
Monitors external scheduling via Team Sideline and registration
sites and provides data and feedback.
- Oversees collection of all monies for activities and ensures that
all monies are handled according to District policies, and are
gathered prior to participation. All financial records shall be
maintained in accordance with generally accepted accounting
practices and shall be available for review at reasonable times.
- Develops schedules for league play, makes sure games and programs
are properly supervised, and determines the appropriate number and
nature of programs, for both games and officials.
- Observe necessary precautions to assure general public safety;
inspect facilities/grounds for safety and maintenance needs.
- Conducts team/manager meetings prior to the start of each season.
Strictly enforces the District’s Code of Conduct related to the
behavior of each athlete/participant.
- Provides or ensures general security at facilities and programs
under his/her direct supervision including proper control and
issuance of keys and equipment.
- Recognize emergency and dangerous situations by reacting quickly
and calmly; administer first aid as needed. Completes
- Attend and participate in professional group meetings; stay
abreast of new trends and innovations in the field of recreational services.
- Attend and participate in staff meetings, trainings, and orientations.
- Attend work on a regular, reliable and punctual basis.
- Determine community needs by evaluating programs, discipline areas
and activities; make recommendations for improvement and future
development, and implement changes. Survey and educate the community
on Athletic offerings.
- Assist with policy enforcement and procedural manuals; conduct
periodic staff meetings to provide and gather information, answer
questions and respond to complaints and concerns, both internally
and externally. Review program rules with teams and resolve any
disputes in a timely manner.
- Provide a variety of general information to the public regarding
parks and recreation operations and programs; respond to questions
and resolve complaints as needed.
This job description should not be construed to imply that these
requirements are the exclusive duties of the position. Incumbents
may be required to follow other instructions, and to perform any
other related duties, as may be required.
Education and/or Experience:
- Bachelor’s degree in Recreation Administration, Physical
Education, or other closely related field.
- Minimum experience of two (2) years in a similar position required.
- A combination of experience and education may be considered.
Licenses, Certifications, and Other Requirements:
- CPR, First Aid, and AED Certification or the ability to obtain
within ninety (90) days of hire.
- Official’s certification in related sports is highly recommended.
- Training in current Youth Sports issues including parent, coach
and officials training preferred (CYSA).
- Vast knowledge of adult basketball, softball and volleyball.
- Must possess a valid Colorado Driver License or have the ability
to obtain within six (6) months of hire and maintain an acceptable
Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Strong knowledge of Parks and Recreation services including
facilities, recreation programs needs assessment and development,
youth and adult sports programs and special events associated
operations and maintenance activities and resources.
- Ability to work independently and with a team in a fast-paced and
high volume environment with emphasis on accuracy and timeliness.
- Ability to provide outstanding customer service and get along with
coworkers, patrons, and supervisors and interact with employees and
vendors in a professional manner.
- Skills in training, communications and public relations.
- Knowledge of emergency first aid procedures (CPR/First Aid/AED).
- Knowledge of basic techniques and methodology of organizing groups
in a recreation setting.
- Understands the general philosophy of recreation and its
application to youth and adult sports programs and special events.
- Ability to communicate clearly and effectively and with a variety
of audiences including customers, staff, and special interest groups.
- Ability to interpret and evaluate the work of staff effectively.
Material and Equipment Used
To successfully perform the required job duties, this position
regularly uses a phone, computer, printer, fax and other office equipment.
This position primarily works in a Recreation Center and comfortable
office environment subject to continuous interruptions and background
noises. Occasionally works outside subject to variable weather
conditions, ecosystems and landscape. This position may need to drive
personal vehicle to various District facilities.
Stand, walk, handle and operate objects and office equipment, reach
outward and above shoulder and carry, pull, push or lift up to 25
pounds without assistance. May occasionally climb, crawl, squat, kneel
and lift up to 50 lbs. without assistance. The employee must be able
to see close up and at a distance with vision acuity and the ability
to adjust focus allowing a broad field of vision. The employee must
communicate clearly and effectively, must understand and be understood.
This list is not all-inclusive and represents examples of the work
environment and physical demands.
We’ve Got You Covered!
South Suburban pays:
- 90% of the employee-only medical insurance cost
- 68% of dental & vision insurance cost
- 100% short-term & long-term disability cost
- 100% life and accidental death & dismemberment insurance cost
South Suburban offers:
- FSA options for additional medical expenses
Happy Employees Are the Best Employees
- South Suburban provides an employee assistance program at no cost
that includes: counseling, financial planning, legal assistance,
and much more!
- Our Employee Wellness Program gives covered staff the ability to
reduce their medical premium by $360 annually
Take Time Away to Do What You Enjoy
- 10 paid holidays per year
- 4 personal days per year
- Earn 11.5 paid vacation days per year
- Paid sick leave to rest, recover, and take care of yourself
We’ve Got Your Back
- Up to 8% 401(a) Employer contribution/match that vests after 3
years of service
- Diverse trainings to grow your professional and personal skillset
- Tuition Reimbursement Program that covers up to $1,800 per year
Play Where You Work
- Employee engagement is a priority at South Suburban. Staff
gatherings have included: pictures with the Stanley Cup, Chili
Cook-Off, Ice Cream Social, Shuffleboard Tournament, Employee
Appreciation Luncheon, just to name a few
- Monthly wellness challenge opportunities and staff recognition honors
We LOVE Our Facilities and So Will You:
- Free daily admission to recreation centers, tennis courts, ice
rinks and swimming pools
- 50% off food at South Suburban restaurants
- $5 to $10 for nine holes of golf at four different courses
To view a complete listing of the District’s most current
benefit package, please visit
Our mission is to foster healthy living through stewardship of the
environment, parks, trails, and open space by providing recreational
services and programs.
We serve residents in Bow Mar, Columbine Valley, Centennial west of
I-25, Littleton, Lone Tree and Sheridan and unincorporated portions of
Douglas, Jefferson and Arapahoe counties. We operate four full-service
recreation centers, golf courses, outdoor pools and restaurants, two
ice centers and miniature golf courses, and a BMX track, a sports
dome, batting cages, an entertainment center, a hotel and a nature
center. In addition, we maintain nearly 3,800 acres of developed and
open space land, including 119 multi-purpose athletic fields, more
than 100 parks, nearly 80 miles of trails, 60 playgrounds, 56 tennis
courts, and the 880-acre South Platte Park.