Executive, Executive - Associate Athletics Director
Assistant Athletic Director will support the Athletic Director in managing all of DSAL’s recreational programs and staff. The Assistant Athletic Director will report primarily to the Athletic Director and also interact directly with the Executive Director & Operations Manager. The position will have a full-time direct report (Administrative Assistant) and a shared direct report (Soccer General Manager), and will co-manage (with the Athletic Director) the various recreational program leads and coaches.
Primary Responsibility Areas (lead on these items w/ supports where needed)
General staff & programs management (together w/ Athletic Director) and a variety of administrative tasks
Strategic planning development & implementation
Events organization for various DSAL community & sport-specific events & tournaments (FamFest, Golden Gloves, Futsal Tournament, Police vs Fire Tournament, and more to be developed)
Participant life skills & academic enrichment initiatives
Participant cross-pollination initiatives
Database maintenance & management
Secondary Areas (assisting others on these items)
Physical office space management
Fundraising & development tracking & organizing
Social media support
Website content updates
Attendance at DSAL & other community related meetings
Delegated Responsibilities (responsible for overseeing these items done by direct reports)
Undergraduate degree in a related field, Masters degree preferred
A knowledge of sports and affinity for sports for social good programming
Critical thinking and problem solving skills.
Ability to work with new technologies
Ability to collaborate and communicate clearly and respectfully with coaches, families, referees and children
Ability to lift, carry and move up to 75lbs
Additional Salary Information: Includes benefits and non-matched 401k
About Alameda County Deputy Sheriffs' Activities League
The Alameda County Deputy Sheriffs' Activities League (DSAL) is a national leader in revolutionizing the role of law enforcement in communities. Our programs include a robust Recreation Department, Urban Farming (Dig Deep Farm), the Food Hub (professional kitchen space for food entrepreneurs), and a variety of other community building initiatives.
Our Recreation Department features fully-funded cost-free youth and adult programs, serving approximately 2,000 people a year. It includes the Sheriffs Fútbol Club (a year-round soccer & futsal club competing in MLS Next and NorCal Premier as well as recreational & school-based programs), the DSAL Boxing Academy & Fitness Arena, Muevete (dance / fitness), DSAL Martial Arts, After School Fitness, and the Rhythm Cadets Drumline.