Special Olympics Wyoming has a very dynamic staff team to provide the resources and support to our stakeholders for their work. We look foward to hearing from you; please don't hesitate to reach out with questions, suggestions and celebrations!
Responsibilities Include: Special Olympics General Rules, Conflict resolution, Law Enforcement Torch Run, Grants and Foundation work, Target Marketing activities including mail & phone solicitation, Board of Directors, Personnel, Planned Giving, World's Largest Truck Convoy.
Vice President of Development
Responsibilities Include: Festival of Trees, Jackalope Jump, State wide sponsors, Corporate sponsors, National promotions, Branding (logo usage), Facebook postings, Press Releases, Local fundraising activities. Web site Management.
Vice President of Programs
Responsibilities Include: The Vice President of Programs organizes and directs a program consistent with the mission, goals and philosophy of the organization. The primary responsibility of this position is to ensure that quality sports, fitness, and leadership opportunities are provided to our athletes while meeting strategic goals. Contact Regan for questions on State, USA, and World Games. Coaches Training. Healthy Athletes.
Director of Field Services
Responsibilities Include: Volunteer management, Local Program support and resources, Local and Area competition, Athlete Leadership Programs, Leadership Conference, and Special Program events such as the CNFR Special Rodeo.
Responsibilities Include: Ensuring the Program Department and other teams have information, resources and administrative support necessary to implement and execute competitions and certified coach’s training's. Duties also include maintaining the extensive athlete database. Athlete: Unified Sports partners, volunteer forms
Special Events Manager
Responsibilities Include: Assist in the implementation of select statewide special fundraising events, public education and communication activities of the organization.
We are in the process of hiring a Special Olympics athlete to be a part time office assistant for the organization. Click to see the job description and an application. We are looking for an active Special Olympics athlete in the Casper Area with some office experience, with or without a job supports to work 8 + hours a week.
The application is due no later than Friday, October 20, 2017. We’ll interview the following week and hope to have someone in place by November 1st.
Responsibilities Include: Thank you’s, Inventory, Receptionist, filing, and general office support.