Asheville, North Carolina
YOUNG MEN CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA
Job DetailsLevelExperiencedJob LocationDowntown Asheville – Asheville, NCRemote TypeN/APosition TypePart-time HourlyEducation LevelNoneSalary Range$13.25 – $16.35 HourlyTravel PercentageUndisclosedJob ShiftHours VaryJob CategoryFranchiseDescriptionUnder the direction of the Executive Director and consistent with the mission and policies of the YMCA of Western North Carolina, the Program Coordinator assists in the operation of the Sports Department. The program Coordinator is responsible for the efficient scheduling of sport programs, classes, clinics and events. The program coordinator schedules staff and assists in the recruitment, orientation, supervision, and training of staff members. They are responsible for delivering exceptional service to YMCA members and program participants. They coordinate and manage the growth and excellence of the all Sport Programs. The Program Coordinator is a highly visible representative of the YMCA mission and character development values.ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:Perform quality work within given deadlines and expectations with or without direct supervision.Work independently while understanding the necessity of communicating and coordinating work efforts with other appropriate individuals.Initiate communications with the Executive Director as necessary concerning program problems, personnel conflicts, and member concerns.Support a culture of committed relationships and engagement that results in increased participation in the YMCA by members, community participants, and volunteers.Know and understand all Sport Department and center-wide policies and procedures; ensure that all policies are always consistently enforced and procedures are consistently followed.Assist supervisor with recruiting, interviewing, auditioning and hiring sport staff to meet program needs and improve offerings.This includes specific Human Capital functions including, but not limited to, hiring duties (i.e. interviews, paperwork, etc.), payroll, employee documentation, recognition, training, meetings, and evaluations.Manage the hours and wages of hourly program staff according to the department’s budget.Any overtime must be pre-approved by the Executive Director.Continually ensure that all staff maintain required certifications and are kept aware of the expiration dates of their current certifications.Ensure emergency preparedness through the regular execution of emergency drills.Organize and conduct department staff meetings as needed.Provide at least one “make-up” time for each staff meeting/in-service training.Continually communicate with and inform staff about YMCA programs, current trends, and issues.Develop, schedule, implement, and supervise all Sport programming including, but not limited to, indoor and outdoor programs, clinics, leagues and events.Develop and distribute schedules for all Sport staff and Membership.Identify and develop specific programming aimed at serving target populations to meet member and community needs.Work collaboratively with association goals.Monitor and purchase necessary sport equipment and supplies.Maintain and upkeep all equipment through scheduled and preventative maintenance and repair.Develop, coordinate, market, communicate, and evaluate all Sport program offerings and services; abide by YMCA of WNC marketing guidelines when developing marketing materials.Participate in association and/or community Sport programs, events, and initiatives as assigned.Assist with Annual Campaign, as assigned.Work Manager on Duty shifts as needed and agreed upon by department.Perform all other duties as assigned.QualificationsMust be able to see, hear, and speak clearly.Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent professional experience in health or wellness promotion required.YMCA experience is preferred. Excellent personal computer skills and experience with standard business software.Must have excellent interpersonal, public relations and communications skills and experience, including the ability to make presentations and handle media inquiries.Maintain current certifications in CPR for the Professional Rescuer, AED, O2 and First Aid.Available for evening and weekend shifts.The YMCA of WNC does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, faith, gender, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, citizenship status, genetic information, gender expression, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law, except where a bona fide occupational qualification applies.