Youth Volleyball Leagues Coordinator | USYVL APPLY NOW
Status: Full-Time, Non-Exempt
Reports to: Executive Director
General Description: The United States Youth Volleyball League (USYVL), a non-profit, services over 10,000 children every year in over 100 communities. The USYVL’s mission is to provide every child between the ages of 7 and 18 a change to learn and play volleyball in a fun, safe and supervised environment. We are seeking a dynamic, proficient, and collaborative person to implement, manage and develop USYVL’s youth volleyball leagues.
Qualifications: This position requires excellent organization, communication and problem-solving skills. Prior experience in developing programs, implementing programs and managing programs.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
· Plan, prepare and deliver exceptional youth volleyball leagues to meet USYVL’s mission and values.
· Serve USYVL members and the community, and attract new participants to USYVL.
· Supervise, hire, train and evaluate staff in program areas.
· Obtain facility permits.
· Recruit coaches.
· Recruit volunteers.
· Maintain accurate site information and create reports.
Knowledge, Skills and/or Abilities
· Excellent writing and verbal skills with an emphasis on customer service.
· Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office and ability to type 40+ wpm with accuracy.
· Strong multi-tasking, attention to detail and meet deadlines.
· Ability to stay focused and calm in a fast-paced environment.
· Valid California driver’s license, vehicle, and insurance coverage.
· Ability to lift 25 pounds unassisted, up to 50 pounds assisted.
Education and/or Experience:
· Bachelor’s degree or related field/equivalent experience.
· Minimum of one-year implementing, managing and developing programs.
· Commensurate with experience.
· USYVL also offers a comprehensive benefits package to full-time employees.
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