Applications due 02/20/18
The Director of Operations (DO) is directly responsible for Club day-to-day duties and functions. This individual is part of the Executive Coaching team and is expected to be a vital component of the long term stability and programming of New Trier Aquatics. Enthusiasm for the sport of swimming as a community-driven program is essential to success in this position. Coaching responsibilities will be defined based on the best fit within the program and for the candidate but will be expected on a full-time basis.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Membership Management Recruitment and Retention:
- Creating and Monitoring Club Retention (August and March)
- Management of Group and Club Size – assisted by Club Administrator
- Applying Meet/Event Billing (Monthly)
- Submitting applicable forms for Sanctioning of Hosted Meets
- Creation and Management of Meets/Events
- Submission of Meet Entries (per deadlines)
- Creation and Publication of Meet Schedule (seasonal)
Supplemental Duties and Responsibilities:
Assist the Head Coach
– Provide statistical analysis of growth and retention within the program
– Build & Maintain Relationships with community partners
– Provide consistent and regular billing of competitions and dues as well as regular dues invoicing
Assist the Director of Personnel
– Coordinate and Allocate Pool space for practice schedules
– Enforce Facility Guidelines and create EAPs as needed
– Provide support for staff scheduling within the context of team mission
Assist the Director of Sports Performance
– Maintain and update equipment and technology as per necessary
– Develop & Implement unique and effective competitions for maximum
– Coordinate group sizes as it relates to performance & assists with placement/movement
Bachelor’s degree (BA/BS) or equivalent education from a four-year college and a minimum of five years related experience in a leadership position.
Masters/Advanced Degree from a accredited institution of higher learning
10+ Years related experience in a lead coaching and administrative position
USA Swimming Member in good standing (Non-Athlete)
ASCA Level II Certified; Level V Education (Administration)
Competitive Swimming/Water Polo Experience
American Red Cross LGTI
USWP certified administrator
Essential Skills and Knowledge:
To be successful in this job, an individual must be well organized and driven with strong communication skills.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office, TeamUnify, and Swim Meet Systems (IST, Colorado, etc.) is expected.
Demonstrated expertise in running and managing meets is a large part of the job responsibility
Enthusiasm for new and different solutions to common problems
Ability to work between many facets of aquatic programming – Water Polo, Masters, Diving and look for new ways we can serve our community through aquatics.
Compensation is commensurate with experience.
How to Apply
Date Open: January 15, 2018
Closing Date for Applications: February 20, 2018
Anticipated Start Date: April 1, 2018
Please send cover letter, resume & two references to [email protected]