Administrative Director Job Description

Status: Exempt, 30 hours/week, Salaried, Year Round, At-Will

Salary Range: $30,000-$50,000/annually  


About Team Breckenridge Sports Club: Founded in 1974, Team Breckenridge Sports Club is a non-profit youth ski program located in Summit County, CO.  Our youth athletes range in age from 5 - 20 years old.  The team is composed of 180+ youth from Summit County as well as the Front Range.  We offer a variety of programs, including Developmental, Alpine, Freeride and Big Mountain. It is our mission to provide our youth athletes with the positive environment and balanced guidance that fosters self-confidence, embraces goals, and nurtures a lifelong love for the mountains and snow sports.


Summary: The Administrative Director manages and performs all of the day-to-day business operations, fundraising, and communications for Team Breckenridge Sports Club. 


Reporting: The Administrative Director reports to the Team Breckenridge Sports Club board president. 


Key Relationships: The Administrative Director works on a daily basis with the Alpine and Freeride Directors. Strong collaboration, trust and working relationship between the Administrative, Alpine and Freeride Directors is critical to the club’s success.  


Requirements: Must be able to pass an annual background check; Must be SafeSport certified on an annual basis; Must serve as a positive representative for a youth sports club



Customer Service 

  • Serves as first line of contact for all email and phone inquiries 


Business Operations

  • Develops and implements clubwide strategies for membership acquisition and retention, including community building activities and membership meetings 
  • Provides human resource support to the club, including assisting the program leaders with hiring and performance management; annual contracts for seasonal coaches; managing insurance and 403b benefits for employees; and regularly evaluating performance of direct reports
  • Regularly assesses the efficiency of the club’s business practices and partners with the program directors to design improvements to operations and procedures across all program areas. 
  • Is responsible for the club’s insurance and compliance with local, state, and national policies, as well as policies specific to the governing bodies of each ski discipline (IFSA, USSA, SafeSport, etc.) 
  • Works with Program Directors on annual registration process, including reviewing and editing all registration materials, publicizing registration community and club wide, working with website and Team Snap, and answering family questions. 
  • Oversees the daily finance and cash management for the club, including: processing checks; regularly reporting to the board on the budget; drafting an annual budget; and manages the relationship with the contract bookkeeper and 990 preparator. 
  • Manages volunteers, including creating and publicizing volunteer opportunities and working with families on work deposit fulfillment 
  • Partners with the board president to coordinate board meetings and activities 
  • Manages club merchandise, including uniforms and branded items 


Communications and Fundraising

  • Is responsible for the marketing, communication and fundraising for the club with the goal of meeting or exceeding annual revenue targets. 
  • Fundraising includes: sponsorship (~$40-50K/year); grants; direct solicitation, and fundraising events 
  • Communication includes: website, email, social media, media relations, and club communication apps


Community Relations

  • Nurtures relationships with key community stakeholders and partners, including Breckenridge Ski Resort, Arapahoe Basin Ski Resort, Town of Breckenridge, Breckenridge Grand Vacation, and The Summit Foundation 
  • Serves as the face of the organization to the community, club membership, and prospective members