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Sports Manager

 

Reports to:  Vice President, Sports Program

Location: Fresno

Supervisory Responsibility:  Volunteers

 

Core Responsibility:

Special Olympics Northern California & Nevada (SONC/SONV) is currently seeking a Sports Manager to oversee our sports program for children and adults with intellectual disabilities in the greater Fresno area. Responsibilities include promoting athlete participation in the region, starting new teams, managing existing teams, and recruiting and supervising coaches. The Sports Manager will also organize and implement competitions and coaches’ education clinics, and act as liaison to the Fresno Unified and Clovis Unified School Districts for school day programs.

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Graphic Designer

 

Reports to:  Chief Operations Officer

Location:  Pleasant Hill Headquarters

Supervisory Responsibility:  None

 

Core Responsibility:

The Graphic Designer works closely with the Chief Operations Officer, Sports and Development departments, and sponsors, to execute our organization’s initiatives. The Graphic Designer will promote the Special Olympics brand and stories in an engaging visual manner that is adaptable to multiple purposes and audiences. 

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Associate Director, Law Enforcement Torch Run

 

Reports to:  Chief Development Officer

Location:  Pleasant Hill Headquarters

Supervisory Responsibility:  None

 

Core Responsibility:

Under the direction of the Chief Development Officer, the Associate Director, Law Enforcement Torch Run will be responsible for managing relationships with law enforcement officers who volunteer to fundraise in support Special Olympics Northern California and grow revenue associated with the Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR).  Duties will include management of key relationships with Torch Run volunteers, supervising LETR related special events, securing sponsorships and increasing LETR related fundraising revenue, as well as other related duties as assigned. Creating and nurturing strong relationships with law enforcement representatives is critical to the success of this position.

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