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Sports Director

Posted: 11.19.2015

 

Sports Director

Palmetto Athletic Center

1193 N. Lake Drive Lexington, SC

www.paclexsc.com

 

Do you love working with kids? Are you an energetic, self-motivated individual seeking a fun opportunity working with children and teaching gymnastics, sports or dance classes and running birthday parties? Are you responsible and trustworthy? If so you may be just the person we're looking for!

 

Job Description

This position is one of our most important jobs! You have direct input into scheduling, hiring, training and dismissal of instructors relating to the Sports Recreational Programs. You must be organized, efficient, cheerful, diplomatic, presentable and a team player. After initial training, it is desireable that you will have little or light supervision, but help is available almost anytime. The most important aspects are developing the student’s self-esteem and monitoring each child's progress. This position requires a large amounts of patience and detail-orientation.

Job Responsibilities

Develop annual, PRIORITIZED Goals and steps/projects toward the Goals.

Scheduling of Classes and Staff, with seasonal adjustments.

Hiring, scheduling, training and dismissal of program staff.

Hold training clinics to develop Staff skills.

Personal Hours worked per Day/Week depends on season and student load.

Be aware of special times where Programs & Phones need extra attention. .

Development of Systems to administer PAC Programs, such as Curriculums.

Ensure that Teachers are following designated systems and/or Curriculums.

Provide employees with necessary training, tools and encouragement to do their job to the best of their ability.

Supply Newsletter with all pertinent information on a monthly basis

Monitor Phone & Email contacts every work day.

Meet & coordinate w/ other Directors as needed or requested, including General Manager & Owners meetings.

Keep a “focus on business”, and how your program(s) make money (i.e., Ratios, Payroll Percentages).  Have a financial awareness of your Program on Monthly and Annual basis.

Help set the example at PAC – be known as an Upbeat, Enthusiastic, Knowledgeable, Hard Worker.

Help set and maintain standard attire for your program(s).

Develop community relationships with people who can help you GROW your program(s).

Facility - propose maintenance, repairs, remodeling & construction that would contribute to enhancing    PAC’s image and operations.

Job Requirements

  • You must love interacting with children.

  • Customer service experience.

  • Detail oriented and self-motivated.

  • Experience with children is necessary and a background in physical education and/or gymnastics is certainly a plus.

  • Must be able to work evenings and some Saturdays.

  • The strength and ability to safely teach physical skills to children, spotting, or lifting/moving gymnastics equipment (mats).

 

What’s it like to work at PAC?

  • Active – Our days are filled with teaching (70% of your time will be in the gym), training with team members and doing whatever it takes to delight our customers.

  • Rewarding – We pay competitive hourly and salaried wages with bonus incentives and paid vacation.

 

Qualifications

Ideal candidate will have a Bachelor's degree and/or 3-5 years relative experience in programming multiple areas of operations including youth sports, sports camps, and sports-specific skill camps and clinics. Strong skills in staff supervision, management, program development and delivery. The position will provide ongoing coaching and leadership to the sports department resulting in a culture that is the model of program quality and service for PAC. The position requires exceptional planning, budgeting, and organizational skills. The ideal candidate will be a strong and effective communicator, both through verbal and written communications. The ideal candidate should enjoy working independently and will take initiative without being prompted. A passion for service, quality, and the pursuit of excellence are a must.

Successful completion of background screening and drug test. First Aid and CPR obtained within first 30 days of employment and then maintained throughout employment.

Salary $27,000 - $30,000

 

How to Apply

Apply Online

 

 

As sports director, you have direct input into scheduling, hiring, training and dismissal of instructors relating to the Sports Recreational Programs. You must be organized, efficient, cheerful, diplomatic, presentable and a team player. After initial training, it is desirable that you will have little or light supervision, but help is available almost anytime. The most important aspects are developing the student’s self-esteem and monitoring each child's progress. This position requires a large amounts of patience and detail-orientation.

Job Responsibilities

Develop annual, prioritized Goals and steps/projects toward the Goals.  Scheduling of Classes and staff, with seasonal adjustments.  Keep a “focus on business”, and how your program(s) make money (i.e., Ratios, Payroll Percentages).  Develop community relationships with people who can help you GROW your program(s).  

Ideally candidates must be able to work evenings and some Saturdays and have the strength and ability to safely teach physical skills to children, spotting, or lifting/moving gymnastics equipment (mats).  Successful completion of background screening and drug test are required. First Aid and CPR obtained within first 30 days of employment and then maintained throughout employment.

 

Salary $27,000 - $30,000

 


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Make Sure Information is Updated

Posted: 10.23.2015

You should have received a Constant Contact email on October 23rd.  If you did then your email address is updated with USA Gymnastics.  Email addresses are pulled from National Membership database for National, Regional and State emails.   If you have coaches in your gym or other friends who did not get this email then their email may not be updated.  To issue you receive most recent information make sure all of your information is updated. Go to usagym.org, sign in, then Member Services, then My Profile and update your information.

While looking at mailing list I noticed that many of you have Expired or Pending by your membership due to expired or unfinished background check.  Background checks expire after 2 years on 7/31.  Safety is good for 4 years and expires on also 7/31.  USA Gymnastics memberships are for 1 year, but Safety and Background checks must be active for USA Gymnastics Membership to be active.

 


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TRLF - Tim Rand Legends Fund

Posted: 10.23.2015

Please consider making a donation to the TRLF.  Region 8 has paid for all Level  9 & 10 entry fees to their National Championships for the last several years.  Entry fees and Level 10 number increase this year, so we need your help to continue paying National entry fees.  Please consider donating a percentage of the profits from your invitational.  Have a Cartwheel-A-Thon.  Come up with something new, but please help us out!


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Level 8 Vault Clarification

Posted: 10.23.2015

The motion reads:

Recommendation that for Level 8 Vault only:  If the coach spots the gymnast during the post flight, a 1.00 deduction is applied rather than voiding the vault.  The current 0.50 deduction for spotting assistance upon the landing is still in effect.

Motion: Larry Goldsmith

Second: Linda Mulvihill

Passed

I believe the intent is a 1.0 deduction for spotting the post flight and 0.5 deduction for spotting the landing for a total of 1.5. Hopefully this email will clear up any confusion.

 

Marian Dykes

RTCC Region 8


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2015-2016 USA Gymnastics Rules and Policies

Posted: 10.23.2015

Meet Directors, Coaches and Judges go to R&P for your copy of 2015-2016 USA Gymnastics Women’s Rules and Policies.  Read at least the highlighted text to remind you of changes for this year.


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Renew your Safety Certification early!

Posted: 10.19.2015

Professional Members whose Safety Certification expires July 31, 2016 can register and renew starting today!  Members can renew up to one year prior to expiration.  Your new expiration date will be 7/31/2020


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Update your information

Posted: 09.02.2015

You should have received an email from Region 8 USA Gymnastics in the last week. Email addresses are pulled from National Membership database. To issue you receive most recent information make sure your information is updated. Go to usagym.org, sign in, then Member Services, then My Profile and update your information.


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Webinar for Updates

Posted: 08.28.2015

Join us Wednesday, September 2, 2015 at 1:00pm Eastern Time for our Women's Jr. Olympic and Xcel Program Update. We will cover all the latest changes of the Women's Program for the Jr. Olympic Program and the Xcel Program.

You must register for the Webinar.  Once you register, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with details.
Go HERE to register.
 


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Have you EXPIRED!!

Posted: 08.28.2015

All Professional and athlete memberships expired on July 31 - ALL members need to renew as soon as possible - Please check your expiration dates on your background and safety test as your membership will not become ACTIVE until everything is up to date
Once you have signed in go to Membership and then My Profile and check your information. PLEASE take time to update. ALL Regional mailings come from this database.

Athlete Memberships - ALL Clubs need to double check all of their athletes registration on line for the following
Membership is current (with a JULY 31, 2016 expiration date)
LEVEL MUST BE CORRECT
BIRTHDATE MUST BE CORRECT
SPELLING OF NAME MUST BE CORRECT
Correct address so that they will receive the USA Gymnastics magazine.
All of this is much easier now with the new system. Changes are a push of a button. If the athlete moves up a level or moves from JO to Xcel or Xcel to JO, please update online.

Meet Directors will pull the roster for your club when you enter a competition and use that information to enter your athletes in their meet - if the level or birthdate or name spelling is not correct, your athlete will be entered in the meet incorrectly. It is not the responsibility of the meet director to know the correct level or birthdate of your athlete - IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO CHECK YOUR ATHLETE ROSTER ON THE USA Gymnastics NATIONAL OFFICE WEB SITE -
 


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Level 8 Vault

Posted: 08.28.2015

Please be aware of this rule change regarding Level 8 vault:

"The athlete may choose to attempt one or two vaults. If she decides to perform the second vault, she is declaring the score of the second vault as her final and official score, regardless of the result."

This and more updates can be found at

Regional Updates

JO Updates

Joint JO/Technical Updates

Technical Updates


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