Profession sports programme coordinator

Sports programme coordinators coordinate sports and recreation activities and policy implementation. They develop new programs and aim to promote and implement them, as well as ensure the maintenance of sports and recreation facilities.

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Personality Type

Knowledge

  • Project management principles

    Different elements and phases of project management.

  • Government policy implementation

    The procedures related to the application of government policies at all levels of public administration.

  • Health, safety and hygiene legislation

    The set of health, safety and hygiene standards and items of legislation applicable in a specific sector.

Skills

  • Establish collaborative relations

    Establish a connection between organisations or individuals which may benefit from communicating with one another in order to facilitate an enduring positive collaborative relationship between both parties.

  • Promote recreation activities

    Promote the implementation of recreation programs in a community, as well as recreation services provided by an organisation or institution.

  • Plan allocation of space

    Plan best allocation and utilisation of space and resources, or re-organise current premises.

  • Promote sports in schools

    Promote sports in schools.

  • Develop sports programmes

    Develop plans and policies for the inclusion of sporting activities and organisations in a community, and for the development of sporting activities for specific target groups.

  • Promote sports organisation

    Produce promotional literature, reports and event materials, and liaise with marketing and media organisations.

  • Liaise with sports organisations

    Liaise with local sports councils, regional committees and national governing bodies.

  • Analyse goal progress

    Analyse the steps which have been taken in order to reach the organisation's goals in order to assess the progress which has been made, the feasibility of the goals, and to ensure the goals can be met according to deadlines.

  • Develop recreation programmes

    Develop plans and policies which aim to provide the desired recreation activities to a target group or in a community.

  • Perform project management

    Manage and plan various resources, such as human resources, budget, deadline, results, and quality necessary for a specific project, and monitor the project's progress in order to achieve a specific goal within a set time and budget.

  • Liaise with local authorities

    Maintain the liaison and exchange of information with regional or local authorities.

Optional knowledge and skills

supervise site maintenance propose leisure activities fix meetings coordinate events schedule recreation facilities maintain relations with local representatives keep task records build community relations perform market research set organisational policies apply strategic thinking budgetary principles develop professional network communicate with media analyse community needs manage budgets delegate activities manage staff ensure equipment availability