Sports Medicine, Sports Medicine - Strength & Conditioning
Rhode Island College invites applicants for the full-time position of Coordinator, Recreation and Fitness Programs. The individual will be responsible for planning, developing, implementing, coordinating and supervising programs and activities that are recreational and fitness-oriented in nature, with special emphasis on student programming.
Founded in 1854, Rhode Island College is a distinctive regional college personalizing education for undergraduate and graduate students. The college serves approximately 9,000 undergraduate and graduate students through its five schools: the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, the Feinstein School of Education and Human Development, the School of Business, the School of Nursing and the School of Social Work.
The 180-acre campus is located in beautiful, historic Providence, Rhode Island’s capital, with excellent proximity to the academic and cultural resources of Boston and New York City.
Required qualifications include: Bachelor’s degree in physical education, recreation, sports administration or related field and at least two years’ experience gained by working in a recreation related setting with some emphasis on fitness programming and management.
Preferred qualifications: Master’s degree in physical education, recreation, sports administration or related field and at least two years’ experience gained by working in a recreational related setting at the college level.
Application deadline: November 6, 2017.
For a full job description, which include additional responsibilities and requirements for the position and application procedures, see https://employment.ric.edu/. Candidates must apply on-line, using Rhode Island College’s PeopleAdmin Applicant Tracking system.
As an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity institution which values and is committed to inclusion and expanding the diversity of its faculty and staff, the College invites members of protected classes, including minorities and persons with disabilities, to identify themselves as such at the time of application.