ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Requirements and Experience: Bachelor's degree required with a minimum of five years' experience managing all aspects of athletic activities. Job functions include but are not limited to the following: Develops and maintains a District-wide athletic program to ensure uniformity, coordination, gender equity, and compliance. Develop an athletic program handbook and update annually. Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of athletic administration as it relates to secondary schools. Fosters good community relationships by keeping the community aware of and responsive to athletic program. Prepare and submit to the Superintendent a yearly budget, including ancillary personnel and costs for the total athletic program. Order admission tickets and schedules. Deposit all athletic fund receipts following the guidance and procedures of the business office. Prepare a financial report and an end-of-year report for each contest for which admission is charged and an annual financial report for the athletic program. Prepare requisitions for payment of game personnel and officials. Coordinate and oversee the athletic budget subject to final authority of the Superintendent. Provide complete schedules of the upcoming season to news media, booster clubs, opponents, school personnel, etc. Arrange for the advertising of events through the news media. Work with the news media, students, faculty, and community to boost the image of the district. Attend parent meetings run by the head coach of each sport at the beginning of each season to help answer questions. Attend meetings of the YAIAA and District III PIAA when requested but the high school principal and keep abreast of all league and PIAA developments. Provide information concerning league correspondence to the Superintendent in a timely manner. Schedule practice sessions and exhibition events in accordance with PIAA rules and coordinate same with the school calendar. Collect officials 'evaluations from coaches after each event and route to the Executive Director of the YAIAA.