Youth Recreation Program Manager, 1.0 FTE JobID: 6750
Position Type: Community Education-Program Managers/Program Manager
Date Posted: 5/6/2022
Location: Minnetonka Community Education Center (MCEC)
Date Available: ASAP
Closing Date: open until filled
Assignment: Full-time, full year assignment, including some evenings and weekends.
Salary & Benefits:
$50,000 Starting Salary
Benefit eligible position
Position covered by School Board Policy #440
Primary Objective of Position:
To develop, plan, organize and supervise high quality District-wide youth recreation programs including a basketball league, before school, after school and summer camps and classes and event planning for several small and large community events.
Plan, schedule, and oversee classes and programs.
Recruit, train, supervise, and evaluate staff.
Manage all aspects of a large youth basketball league, including hiring referees, player evaluation, team formation, coach recruitment and training, practice and games schedules, and site supervision. Plan and carry out tournaments.
Contract with program providers and manage vendor relationships.
Assist with program marketing throughout the District and the community.
Maintain class information for catalog and web site.
Manage registration and payroll.
Review and assess program enrollment and class evaluations; provide regular reports to Coordinator.
Communicate regularly with school administrators, secretaries, instructors, service providers, and parents.
Plan and execute events each year. Duties include managing event registration, event logistics and event day support.
Plan and implement new programs to meet changing community needs.
Support Minnetonka Community Education major events including Youth Triathlon, Firecracker Run, Tour de Tonka and Fall de Tonka Being available for the Youth Triathlon in May
Being available for the Tonka Trail Trot in May
Being available for the annual July 4 Firecracker running event
Being available for the annual Tour de Tonka bike ride on the first Saturday in August
Being available for the annual Fall de Tonka bike ride on the last Sunday in September
Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.
B.A. or B.S. in recreation, youth development, or a related degree.
Evidence of successful experience in program planning and leadership.
Evidence of innovation, creativity and self-initiative.
Evidence of excellent communication, data management, reporting and organizational skills.
Evidence of the ability to work with a minimum of supervision.
Evidence of ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks.
Demonstrated ability to relate well to youth and adults
Demonstrated ability to maintain a high level of professionalism and confidentiality.
Strong interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with coworkers, supervisor, volunteers, the community, vendors, instructors, etc.
The ability to coordinate programs within budget guidelines.
Current certification in First Aid and CPR.