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  • Volunteer Position - USA Cycling
    Post date: Mon, 03/23/2015 - 20:46

    Position Title: Rocky Mountain Collegiate Cycling Conference Director (Colorado)

    Summary: This is an unpaid volunteer position, assigned by location with an operating budget provided by USA Cycling for the administration of Collegiate Cycling within the Conference.

    Volunteer must possess high levels of customer service, managerial skills, and motivation with the desire to develop the program. Pre-existing working knowledge of collegiate race promotion, rules, scoring, and rankings, in all disciplines of cycling, is also necessary. The ability to work cohesively as part of a team, manage volunteers, and delegate responsibilities as appropriate is a must. Above all, a passion for the sport of cycling and for collegiate cycling in particular is essential to success in this position.

    USA Cycling provides:
     Annual operating budget for reimbursement of basic administrative expenses and travel to some conference races.
     Medals and trophies for conference championships
     Annual USA Cycling membership (racing and/or officiating license)

    Basic Responsibilities:
     Coordinate conference season schedules
     Coordinate conference omnium rankings for each race and event
     Manage collegiate upgrade requests
     Manage National Championship qualifications
     Manage conference website and e-mail listserv(s)
     Administer conference rules and regulations, so long as they do not supplant those of USA Cycling
     Act as first point of contact for USA Cycling collegiate membership issues and pass along to USA Cycling staff wherever appropriate
     Maintain communication with USA Cycling staff to assist in the development of the collegiate program and refinement of rules
     Host conference meetings for team leaders to discuss conference rules, issues, schedules, and provide leadership training when possible
     Coordinate volunteers (e.g. results, clinics, media/pr, other positions as necessary)
     Attend annual Collegiate Conference Director Summit in Colorado Springs and regular conference calls with other Conference Directors

    Second Tier Responsibilities:
     Work closely with USA Cycling staff to ensure all conference races are permitted in a timely fashion and organized safely in accordance with all USA Cycling rules and regulations
     Work closely with all other Volunteer Conference Directors and the Collegiate Manager to maintain an open line of communication between conferences and share best practices
     Work with Local Association and Regional Coordinators to coordinate schedules, officials, and funding
     Aid in development of new leaders within the conference
     Assist with the founding new collegiate cycling clubs, and provide support to existing and developing clubs
     Contribute conference news to be posted on USAC website, conference website and/or distributed by e-newsletter or other media coverage to market collegiate cycling
     Perform other miscellaneous duties as required (e.g. race announcing, intro clinic coaching, etc.)

     Uphold USA Cycling rules, regulations, and code of conduct.
     Manage budget to ensure the provided budget is used in most productive fashion within the conference.

     Ability to travel within the conference
     Basic understanding of collegiate rules and scoring
     Geographically located in the conference

    How to Apply:
     Send a résumé and cover letter to Emily Palmer, USA Cycling Interscholastic and Club

    Development Coordinator, at The cover letter should address the candidate’s ideas regarding what strategies could help the RMCCC continue to grow and develop in the future.