Coordinator for Junior Player Development & Memberships
POSITION DESCRIPTION: Full-time professional exempt staff position with full benefits. The Coordinator of Junior Player Development and Memberships oversees the planning and implementation of all junior golf programming, projects, and activities designed to increase participation and generate additional revenues at the facility. Specific duties include managing the annual member renewal program, and representing the facility in its relationships, both internally and externally.
QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates must have, as a minimum: a Bachelor’s degree or Associate’s degree with at least two years work experience. Current PGA/LPGA Member or Apprentice in good standing. PGA Associates/LPGA Class B Members must be within 12 months of completing the Class A membership requirements. Experience working with PGA Junior League, First Tee or junior golf programs. Familiarity with Microsoft Word & Excel.
Preferred: Understanding of EZLinks POS software. Knowledge of GHIN handicap system. Experience with tournament management. Experience at an upscale university or public golf course.
START DATE: March 25, 2019 (negotiable)
SALARY: Commensurate with education and experience, the range is $49,000-$54,000.
BENEFITS: 22 days annual leave, 14 paid holidays, 3 days personal leave, 15 days sick leave; University contributions to health insurance and retirement plans; tuition remission.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Apply for “staff” position #124561 through https://ejobs.umd.edu. Attach a letter of application, current résumé, and the names, current phone numbers/email addresses for three professional references (one must be, or have been, an immediate workplace supervisor).
APPLICATION DEADLINE: For best consideration, February 1, 2019
The University of Maryland is an especially diverse community of 45,000. University Recreation & Wellness shares a strong institutional commitment to the principle of diversity in all areas. In that spirit, we are particularly interested in receiving applications from a broad spectrum of people, including women, ethnic minorities, and individuals with disabilities. (AA/EOE)