Graduate Supervisor, Competitive Sports & Camps - Clubs

Location US-OH-Cleveland
Job ID
# Positions
Graduate Assistants
Salary Min
USD $17.00/Hr.


CENTERS is a management company that specializes in campus recreation. We partner with universities to manage their departments, facilities, finances, and deliver exceptional customer service. Since 1998, CENTERS remains the first and only mission centric organization committed to student development and departmental excellence on behalf of its clients. CENTERS is currently operating university campus recreation centers at ten site locations within the United States.


Core Responsibilities:

  • Primarily oversees our club sports and youth camp programming
  • Assist the Competitive Sports & Camps Coordinator with the oversight, training, hiring, scheduling, and supervision of staff
  • Completion of bi-weekly payroll and monthly report
  • Create, develop and enforce administrative policies and procedures as it relates to Competitive Sports & Camps
  • Assist the Competitive Sports & Camps Coordinator with the annual budget to include preparation, forecasting, and monitoring of expense and revenue as it relates to area of responsibility
  • Establish and maintain working relationships with Student Life for Sport Club protocol
  • Serve as the Sport Club Council President and General Fee Advisory Committee Representative
  • Assist with Sport Club Council fund allocation
  • Participate in the advisement of Sport Club Council
  • Oversee and facilitate all club travel events
  • Approve and reconcile all club purchases
  • Maintain accurate account balances for all Sport Clubs
  • Program one event/special event as the main contact
  • Attend all Staff and Committee meetings as assigned
  • Evening/Weekend work as required

Administrative Responsibilities:

  • Weekly scheduling of all Intramural, Sport Club, and Camp staff via
  • Frequent communication with CSU Athletics pertaining to the scheduling of all Sport Club teams


Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Sports Administration, Exercise Science or closely related field
  • Acceptance into a College of Graduate Studies at Cleveland State University
  • Current certification in CPR/AED/First Aid or ability to obtain 30 days after employment
  • Leadership and supervisory abilities of undergraduate students and interns
  • Ability to work independently and as a part of a professional team that collaborates effectively with colleagues
  • Ability to thrive in an environment that values entrepreneurial spirit, high expectations, accountability, and balanced lifestyles

Preferred Requirements:

  • One year of undergraduate experience in campus recreation and knowledge of basic practices in recreational sports
  • Experience overseeing part-time staff within camp
  • Experience with university-specific software for student organizations

Technical Competencies:

  • Some knowledge of HR theories and best practices in recruitment and staff development
  • Basic accounting knowledge; capability of understanding budgets
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office

Professional Competencies:

  • Adaptability, analytical & critical thinking, initiative & motivation, planning & project management, decision making & judgment, business acumen, customer service, teamwork, diversity awareness, interpersonal relationships, communication, integrity, leadership, long-term focus, organizational learning & change management

Human Relations:

  • Internal contacts include staff at all levels. External contacts include external customers and vendors. Contact involves troubleshooting, informing, exchanging information, negotiating, making recommendations, and giving information or instructions

Work Environment and Physical Demands

Work Environment:

  • Office environment/pool environment/fitness facility environment
  • Non-smoking environment
  • Moderate to loud noise
  • Local, regional and national travel as needed
  • Evening or weekend work as needed

Physical Demands:

  • Sitting at desk or table for at least 70% of the work day
  • Walking or working with facilities 30% of the work day
  • Repetitive wrist, hand, or finger movement (while operating computer equipment)
  • Bending, stooping
  • Eye-hand coordination (keyboard typing)
  • Hearing and talking


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