Provide effective and efficient adapted sports and reconditioning programs and activities for recovering Services members to improve the recovery process and quality of life as the participants adjust to their "new normal". Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT & IMPLEMENTATION:
Provides effective and efficient adapted sports and reconditioning programs for recovering Services members.
a. Provides adapted sports and reconditioning programs according to guidelines, standards of practice and professional code of ethics developed by AFSC.
b. Identifies populations to be served based on age, disability and interests.
c. Develops and utilizes advisory/planning team at each military site.
d. Coordinates adapted sports opportunities with local community organizations.
e. Demonstrates ability to provide activities that are appropriate to the population being served.
f. Communicates effectively and professionally with senior military and community leadership as well as activity participants.
g. Identifies community resources to provide support and augment the program.
h. Provides a daily onsite presence at assigned installation to readily engage with Service members to encourage participation in activity.
i. Provide a minimum of two activities per day, 6 days per week. One of the activities must be a Community based activity where by which the Service members can participate off site if interested.
Completes accurate and timely documentation.
a. Maintains accurate and timely documentation to leadership.
b. Writes legible reports and all other forms of documentation.
c. Completes outcome data according to guidelines established by AFSC.
d. Submits travel, equipment and other expense reports according to established AFSC guidelines.
e. Completes after action reports following every event that is executed.
f. Compiles monthly reports to identify increasing rates of participation and program effectiveness for review by leadership.
PRODUCTIVITY AND TIME MANAGEMENT:
Demonstrates effective time management and meets productivity expectations.
a. Meets established productivity targets.
b. Maintains accurate programming calendars and work schedules.
c. Is timely, punctual and prepared for meetings.
Participates in DoD Military Adaptive Sports & Reconditioning team decisions and problem solving that impacts programming and operations.
a. Actively participates in meetings as appropriate.
b. Collaborates with other program partners towards and interdisciplinary approach.
c. Identifies opportunities to expand supplies and equipment.
d. Responsible for daily maintenance for the equipment.
e. Consistently communicates and conducts self in a professional manner.
Participates in developmental activities for continued professional growth.
a. Participates in development and implementation of goals and objectives for the program.
b. Participates in ongoing administrative system development, data collection and process improvement to ensure optimal functioning of program.
Bachelors degree with five years of appropriate experience in the management of programs with diverse populations. Preference will be given to degrees in the areas of sport management, recreation, adaptive physical education, therapeutic recreation or related field.
Must have experience working with individuals that require modifications to participate in physical activity.
Must have willingness and the ability and experience in participating in various adaptive sporting events. Examples include Archery, Cycling, Rowing, Track and Field, Sitting volleyball, Swimming and Wheelchair basketball.
Previous active duty military experience preferred.
Must be able to demonstrate the following:
a. Demonstrated quality communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills. Excellent organizational skills required with attention to detail and follow-through a must.
b. Demonstrated ability to lead within a complex system involving individuals with diverse levels of experience, skills and abilities.
c. Ability to be a self-starter who can develop and implement a program with limited direct supervision.
d. Ability to travel in the local area.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: The physical requirements described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
GENERAL OFFICE DEMANDS: Must be able to operate general office equipment including but not limited to: computer, phones and related media and information devices on most or all workdays.
a. Ability to communicate and interact with others, both in person and/or by telephone to conduct business.
b. Working under time pressure.
c. Working rapidly for long periods to meet deadlines.
d. Must be able to travel as needed and adhere to AFSC travel policies and procedures.
e. Physical requirements can typically be characterized asMedium work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally,
and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
MAJOR JOB ACTIVITIES AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS:
a. Multiple concurrent tasks.
b. Ability to perform under stress.
c. Reading and comprehension.
e. Problem solving.
g. Customer contact.
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