USU Athletics are seeking applicants for the position of "Director of Volleyball Operations" (Athletic Operations Coordinator). This position organizes, directs and coordinates program administrative operations. Develops and manages the program's budget in coordination with the head coach. Directs video operations for the program. Provides assistance in promoting the program and recruiting prospective student-athletes. Supervises the efforts of practice players and student managers. Performs other duties as assigned. This position reports to the Head Coach of Volleyball.
Administrative Support, Operations and Travel Management: Organizes, directs and coordinates the program's administrative operations. Weekly scheduling, Gear orders/management, Overseeing Managers, working with marketing, sports information, assist with social media, developing media day plan, Communicating with ticketing. Responsible for communicating and coordinating directly with visiting teams and works with Event Management to manage home game logistics. Assist in scheduling of non- conference opponents in coordination with the program's supervisor. Attends Department Staff meetings. Responsible for preparation of the travel budget. Coordinates travel planning. Plans and administers team travel. Coordinating flight schedules. Organizing meals, local transportation and coordination with opponent DOVO for practice times etc. Ensures issues related to hotel, airport and bus arrangements are addressed during team travel. Schedules practice sites of away games.
Video Operations/Statistics (30%):
Video Operations & Equipment Management: Provides oversight and management for all aspects of the sport's video operations for volleyball. Provides oversight and setup of all video equipment for practices and games; organization and production of practice film to assist in the improvement of performance for the coaches and student-athletes; create and allow video access for coaches and student-athletes for skill development; Responsible for the preparation and control of the equipment budget. Directs the maintenance and repair of all program equipment. Assists in the purchase, inventory and safekeeping of program equipment
Recruitment Management (10%):
Assist in control of the recruiting budget. Assists coaches with recruiting travel and ensures pre- and post- trip documentation is completed and submitted in a timely manner. Ensures travel is consistent with NCAA rules. Coordinates official visits and ensures records are maintained. Assists with transition from prospect to student-athlete. Promotes a positive image inside and outside the University. Directs the production and execution of special promotional events and projects. Assists the Marketing, Communications, and Video staff with program promotional activities.
Facility Management (5%): Manages all facilities associated with the program. Ensures maintenance and appropriate development of program facilities. Works with the Director of Athletics and relevant support staff regarding capital improvements for the program.
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