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Hopkins Athletics is a multidivisional division with 22 programs competing at the NCAA DIII level and two programs (men's and women's lacrosse) competing at the NCAA Division I (BIG 10 Conference) level. The department also hosts a variety of strong recreational activities such as club sports, intramural and fitness programs.
In the summer of 2021, the department completed a $27 million renovation and expansion of the Ralph S. O'Connor Center for Recreation and Wellness. This facility will feature brand new, state-of-the-art cardio and strength-training equipment, expanded group exercise offerings, and mindfulness and meditation programs. The focus is on promoting the holistic health of the students and a solidary community.
Hopkins' athletic department is looking for innovative and innovative ideasrecreation manager. The recreation manager must be part of a top-flight recreation department at Johns Hopkins University. This position oversees and administers a strong experiential education program at Johns Hopkins University. The program includes outdoor activities, the Johns Hopkins Outdoor Club, a pre-orientation program, climbing facilities and associated outdoor clubs. The Recreation Administrator oversees the Experiential Education Coordinator, manages instructor education and development for student instructors, and oversees the finances and administration of all programs. Hopkins encourages candidates who value professional and personal development and actively contribute to a culture of inclusion in both the department and the university environment.
Specific Duties and Responsibilities
Administrative tasks (50%)
- Managed program finances for outdoor activities, pre-orientation, climbing wall and all Hopkins outdoor leadership training activities ($150,000 including travel expenses).
- Identify engagement trends and highlight funding needs.
- Develop and expand the alumni network to strengthen the sense of connection to the program as well as donor development.
- Engage with university risk management to facilitate ongoing communication about training, certifications, policies, and incidents/near misses.
- Organize and apply for program operating permits through the National Forest Service and other local parks.
- Oversee the outdoor pre-orientation program for freshmen at JHU and collaborate with other Pre-O programs and the Freshman Experience Department
- Plan, market and coach travel and training as needed
- Development of strategies to improve the quality and participation of new and existing programs.
- Assisting in the goals and projects of the leisure agency (staff training, website designs, other assigned tasks)
- Manage program equipment (purchase, repair, inspection) and vehicle maintenance to ensure optimal operation.
- Administer and maintain the EE JHU website and social media accounts.
- Management and control of student office and logistics employees (approx. 10)
- Trip record monitoring, trip database program, Authorize.net account and trip sales website.
- Manage certifications and certification records for student teachers.
Education and training of trainers (25%)
- Design, coordinate and conduct weekend training trips in the technical specialties (backpacking, caving, canoeing, rock climbing, mountain biking, sailing, sea kayaking and whitewater kayaking).
- Coordinate logistics, planning and training for all Johns Hopkins Outdoor Club outdoor tours and outdoor activities.
- Help students build technical outdoor skills and leadership experience.
- Plan and lead the 10-day Hopkins Outdoor Leadership Training Instructor course.
- Implement ongoing training and risk management policies for all EE specialties
- Develop, publish and implement program policies and policies.
Personnel selection and supervision (25%)
- Supervise Experiential Education Coordinator: Provide ongoing guidance and support for this position and assist with events and training as needed.
- Hire, train, supervise and evaluate all EE Student-Instructor instructors (approx. 80).
- Hire and mentor independent contract trainers for week-long field training.
- Bachelor's degree required; preferably in an experiential education area.
- Three to five years of management experience in the outdoor sector.
- Wilderness First Responder certified or superior.
- Professional outdoor certifications are required for program specialties such as sea kayaking, rock climbing, mountain biking, backpacking, wall climbing, whitewater kayaking, and whitewater canoeing (ACA, BCU, AMGA, CWA, PCIA, IMBA).
- A master's degree in an experiential education field is preferred.
Classified Title: Recreation Manager
Starting salary range: $46,560 - $64,100 - $81,650 annually (based on experience)
Employee Group: Full-time
Hours of Operation: Mon-F 8:30am-5pm
Exemption Status: Exempted
Ort: Campus Homewood
Department name: Recreation
Personnel department: Student union of the university
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