OverviewCrandall University Director of Athletics & Wellness Full Time in New Brunswick
Branch NB CA
Director of Athletics & Wellness
Crandall University is Eastern Canada’s leading liberal arts and science institution dedicated to the Christian faith….
Department: Enrolment & Student Services Division
Contract: Full Time, 12 months
Application Deadline: Open until filled
The Director of Athletics and Wellness is responsible to oversee the holistic development of varsity athletic
programs, and recreation and fitness, for a vibrant and growing Christian campus. The Director shall be an active
participant in the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) nationally, and the regional conference of the
Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association (ACAA). The Director oversees all staffing, programing, facilities,
strategic and fundraising initiatives, and the development of all athletic programs.
This position requires an individual who possesses an exceptional ability to plan strategically and execute the plan
tactically. The individual must be able to develop paid and volunteer staffing, develop an advisory and fundraising
framework, develop a strong financial model for sustainability and growth, and work with athletes and coaching
staff to develop character, servant leadership, interpersonal skills, and athletic ability. This will be done within a
strong commitment to the Christian faith and in support of the strategic plan of the University.
The individual must possess industry leading practice in varsity athletics, marketing and branding awareness,
fundraising awareness, and the ability to clearly and enthusiastically articulate vision, in order to build a program
that is highly missional, compellingly competitive, and forward reaching in enrolment.
Education & Experience
Education: Minimum of an Undergraduate degree, preferably in an Athletics related field of study.
Experience: A minimum of three years related experience in post-secondary athletic programming, or
equivalent; coaching experience; a strong understanding of varsity athletics and
Knowledge: Strong understanding of student recruitment and retention
Strong understanding of coaching and leadership of varsity sports
Strong understanding of interpersonal and motivational skills
Excellent organizational and management abilities
Abilities: Lead and motivate others
Achieve clear outcomes
Work independently, and in conjunction with others
Strong solution orientation to challenges
Suitability: Strong missional understanding
Tact, persuasiveness, persistence and diplomacy
Judgment, initiative, reliability, flexibility
Remuneration: Level 4; salary commensurate with experience
Particulars of the Position:
To be considered for appointment, candidates must demonstrate an understanding of, and freely embrace, the University’s
Mission Statement, Statement of Faith, and Statement of Community Standards. Candidates must also be a mature evangelical
Christian, with a desire to serve in family, church, work, and community.
In accordance with Canadian immigration regulations, this advertisement is addressed first to Canadian citizens and permanent
residents. Crandall University is committed to excellence in its hiring practices, and will accept internal and external applicants in
seeking the most qualified candidate.
Crandall University is Eastern Canada’s leading liberal arts and science institution dedicated to the Christian faith. Offering
degrees in Arts, Science, Business, Education, and Graduate studies, the university is located in Moncton, New Brunswick,
Canada, on a 200-acre campus. Crandall University was established in 1949 by the Convention of Atlantic Baptist Churches, and
is provincially chartered to grant degrees and certificates for undergraduate and graduate programs.
Please forward résumé, electronically, to: Charger Athletics Director Search Committee
We thank all applicants for their interest. Receipt of application will be acknowledged; only those selected
for an interview will be further contacted.
Employment Type: Full Time
Location: New Brunswick, NJ, US
Posted on: 2016-05-19