Work independently to coordinate and assist in the development of departmental programs and events including, but not limited to, the college and high school level FLAME programs, GOLD/Sport in a Box, NGB Diversity Champions, Diversity & Inclusion Sports Consortium (DISC), and the Sports Diversity & Inclusion Symposium (SDIS). Under minimal supervision, perform critical analyses of the operations within the Diversity & Inclusion Department; make recommendations that maintain the department’s growth and improvement in a resourceful and efficient manner. Provide professional-level administrative and program support to the Director of Diversity & Inclusion when needed.
Oversee and manage all of the day to day decisions needed to implement the high school and college level FLAME programs; provide direction and supervision to the FLAME intern and team leads.
Lead the NGB Diversity and Inclusion Best Practices Program including collecting information on best practices, deciding which practices to distribute to other NGBs, and choosing the best platform to share best practices.
Under minimal supervision, take professional initiative and work independently to drive the Diversity Division’s initiatives.
Facilitate communication among programs, partner organizations, and key constituents involved with Diversity & Inclusion programs.
Independently direct and facilitate diversity related programs and projects including regional and national events.
Responsible for annually gathering diversity data from each summer and winter NGB and making decisions on how to process the information into individual reports, including the Congressional Report every four years. This includes recommending ways to improve the data collection process and providing an analysis of how to interpret the data.
Research industry best practices for Diversity including compiling and summarizing findings and making decisions on how best to share the information, where and when.
Coordinate the budget for the Diversity & Inclusion to include monitoring, tracking, and validating expenses/revenue, and facilitating various budget logistics.
A ssist in leading internal teams/task forces and drive components of large multi-functional projects.
Provide executive level support to the Director of Diversity including, but not limited to: management of calendar, travel arrangements, contract and correspondence.
Maintain the highest level of confidentiality regarding correspondence, financial information, personnel information, and all other business related data and information.
Responsible for maintaining the USOC Master Calendar for all department events including: creating and posting new events, ensuring that event information is complete, accurate and current, and modifying or cancelling event information as necessary
Other duties as needed.
Ability to push creative thinking beyond the boundaries of existing practices and mindsets.
Ability to successfully engage in multiple initiatives simultaneously and identify critical issues with ease.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to interact professionally with a diverse group, executives, managers, and subject matter experts.
Self-starter, strong initiative and leadership skills. Ability to adapt quickly.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office programs, including Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Explorer and Outlook
Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration or related field .
Minimum two (2) years operational support experience, preferably with Diversity & Inclusion, Olympic and/or Paralympic sport or an equivalent combination of education and experience .
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