Olympic and Paralympic Programs Coordinator Colorado Springs, CO

Olympic and Paralympic Programs Coordinator

Full Time • Colorado Springs, CO
 Coordinator, Olympic and Paralympic Programs
 
REPORTS TO:     Olympic and Paralympic Programs Supervisor                   FLSA: Non-Exempt
 
SUPERVISES: N/A                                                                                                  Last revised: January 2022
 
JOB SUMMARY: The Olympic and Paralympic Programs Coordinator is responsible for a core group of Olympic, Paralympic, and Pan American sports. The position coordinates the testing program including organizing and distributing Out-of-Competition (OOC) and In-Competition (IC) testing assignments. As well as, maintaining the Registered Testing Pools (RTPs) and Clean Athlete Program (CAP), athlete whereabouts, and acts as a point of contact for National Governing Bodies (NGBs) and athletes within their sport group.
 
RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Provide prompt and superior quality customer service to athletes, NGBs, International Federations (IF) and athlete support personnel.
  • Coordinate and assign all OOC and IC tests for assigned sport group. Work with Doping Control Officers (DCOs) and Regional Team Leads (RTLs) to coordinate testing, when applicable. 
  • Conduct research and work with the Olympic and Paralympic team, science and intelligence teams to create strategic test plans for the athletes within their core group of sports, as well as developing and recommending future testing strategies. 
  • Monitor athlete test history and provide feedback to avoid predictability and enhance likelihood of test success. 
  • Identify international athletes living, training, and competing in the US, and coordinate testing.
  • Communicate and collaborate with International Federations (IF) on future test plans.
  • Help identify potential no-advanced notice testing, pre-comp testing and post-comp testing missions and work with the Olympic and Paralympic team, science and intelligence teams for target testing to incorporate into the TDP.
  • Assist in monitoring all testing requirements outlined in the WADA Code and the Technical Document for Sport Specific Analysis (TDSSA) for their core group of sports and make all needed changes to meet these requirements.
  • Process incoming Unsuccessful Report Forms and provide detailed and informative summaries of unsuccessful attempts to ensure accurate review for potential Whereabouts Failures. 
  • Work with NGBs to identify IC testing opportunities during the calendar year. Follow up with NGBs to acquire Event Confirmation Forms and coordinate event testing in a timely basis prior to the competition. 
  • Work with NGBs to gather athlete contact information for RTPs within each sport. Work with Olympic and Paralympic Programs Supervisor to assess and update individual sport RTP and CAP criteria, as needed.
  • Ensure that athlete whereabouts are complete and accurate. Work with athletes and NGBs to increase compliance. 
  • Provide assistance to athletes in regard to questions on whereabouts, testing, and the athlete website. 
  • Process all athlete retirements, athlete return from retirement, athlete sanction requirements, and WADA Exemption Requests. 
 
GENERAL
  • Maintain confidentiality at all times
  • Projects and other duties as assigned
 
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS
  • BS / BA degree in Sports Management or related field, preferred OR equivalent/applicable experience
  • At least 2 years’ experience providing direct and professional customer service
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills 
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Able to effectively communicate with internal and external stakeholders
  • Ability to work flexible hours as needed
  • Thrives in a collaborative team environment
  • Moderate proficiency in MS Programs (Word, Excel, Outlook)
 
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS
  • Experience in sport
  • Proficiency in database management desired
Compensation: $15.31 - $18.71 per hour

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.





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Paid Holiday, Vacation, & Bereavement Leave
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