Job Title: Cycling Center Coordinator
Job Summary: Assist in the delivery of Outdoors for All summer cycling program activities.
Main responsibilities to oversee and coordinate Outdoors for All’s Adaptive Cycling Center operations, working autonomously to complete cycle maintenance, work with clients, offer basic coaching, coordinate cycle rentals, track participation metrics, and other duties as assigned. Support the program staff in leading outdoor recreational activities through event coordination, training and guiding volunteer and participant groups; and equipment, facility and vehicle logistics.
Responsible to: Program Director Responsibilities
1. Act as the designated staff representative at the Magnuson park Adaptive Cycle Center and rental program and support program operations as needed.
2. Coordinate adaptive cycle rentals including customer service, equipment fitting, instruction, and maintenance. Assist Program Staff in the delivery of Custom Events, including program promotion, event logistics, and evaluation.
3. Coordinate facilities, vehicle and equipment logistics to insure quality customer service for internal and external customers.
4. Facilitate equipment rental programs, including program promotion, responding to rental inquiries, equipment set-up and maintenance, rental confirmations, and program evaluation.
5. Act as program office primary receptionist during scheduled office hours to greet visitors, answer office phones and respond to general program inquiries. Respond in a positive and friendly way to customer inquiries.
6. Provide support to the program office for general office administrative tasks including data entry, filing, processing mail, and maintaining administrative supplies.
7. Assist Program staff with seasonal staff and volunteer trainings, including materials development, delivery, and feedback.
8. Develop and maintain good relationships with Outdoors for All community partners including parks and recreation departments, vendors, and/or sub-contractors.
9. Coordinate risk management issues related to programs to ensure that safety remains Outdoors for All’s priority.
10. Assist Program Staff in the maintenance of recreational equipment (including cycles, climbing, paddling, and other gear)
11. Drive Outdoors for All vehicles for the delivery of direct service and programs.
12. Be a positive representative and promoter of Outdoors for All programs, events and activities in our community.
13. Comply with Outdoors for All safety and health policies and procedures.
14. Participate fully as a member of the Outdoors for All staff team.
15. Other duties as identified.
1. Experience leading recreation programs. Specific experience in adaptive cycle use and general cycle maintenance preferred.
2. Experience working with individuals with disability a plus.
3. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communications skills.
4. Ability to assist in the maintenance and repair (or willingness to learn) of Outdoors for All adaptive equipment and facilities.
5. Ability to work flexible hours; must be able to work weekend schedule
6. Savvy with MS Office software including Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint. Some database management a plus.
7. Ability to lift and carry and carry a minimum of 50lbs including adaptive cycles and other sports equipment.
8. Exhibit high level of energy, enthusiasm and initiative.
9. Commitment to a positive, fun and team-oriented working environment
10. Valid Washington State Driver’s License; must verify own auto insurance.
11. Current First Aid card and CPR training (or willingness to obtain within 14 days).
12. Clear background check and driving record in good standing
Salary: $15-19 per hour
Status: Seasonal; non- exempt. Employment approx. April-September 2017; possible extension to year-round employment
Hours: 40 Hours per week, Wednesday – Sunday (some exceptions for special events)
Benefits: sick leave
There are two components to our application process; we ask for these two steps to help ensure serious applicants for the position and help us focus our review of qualified candidates.
Each of the following two steps must be met for your application to be considered for this job posting: Step 1: Please include a one to two page résumé summarizing your recreation activity leadership and coordination qualifications.
Step 2: Please include a cover letter with your résumé to respond specifically to the following questions for your application.
Step 3: Submit your application and supporting materials to Alecia McConnell at AleciaMcConnell@outdoorsforall.org.
Please answer these questions in your cover letter 1. A Program Coordinator with the Outdoors for All foundation should have experience with both people with disabilities and with leading outdoor recreation activities. What is your experience with people with disabilities? 2. What is your experience managing outdoor recreation activities? 3. Outdoors for All coordinators are asked to perform a wide variety of tasks while being only indirectly supervised. Please describe specific job experience working autonomously. 4. You will be working with a variety of equipment; Cycles, Kayaks, Rock Climbing Gear, Camping Gear, and more. Describe your experience with using and maintaining this equipment. 5. Why is working at Outdoors for All something that interests you?
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