Luis Miguel Martinez
22 Denver Avenue, Brentwood, NY 11717, (631) 377-1846, [email protected]
Seeking a position with the Long Island Hispanic Community Center / Youth Development Program as:
ATHLETICS DIRECTOR / ATHLETICS CENTER FACILITIES MANAGER
Facilities Management, Athletics/Transportation Program Development, Staff Management, Faculty Relations
Dedicated professional bringing an accomplished career in positions with not-for-profit organizations across physical education, community service, and mental health fields in the capacities of Recreational Director, Director of Youth Athletics, Director of Services to the Disabled, and Program/Budget Coordinator.
Commended by community leaders for enhancing the quality of Hispanic communities and enriching the lives of disabled and underprivileged populations and troubled, at-risk teens.
Effectively managed an athletics center with oversight for the development of intramural/extramural sports, fitness and recreational programs for local businesses, educational facilities, and youth groups.
Trained and coached baseball, basketball, football, swimming, and volleyball teams and instructors.
Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Education
Advocate for Hispanic Community
Communicate effectively in English and native Spanish
Resource Planning & Allocation, Budget Planning & Reporting, Purchasing, Vendor Relations, Compliance
As Director for the Harem Police Department's Youth Athletics Program, supervised by the City of New York College's Physical Education Department, conducted fitness-training sessions for at-risk youth.
Negotiated, contracted, and directed floor-to-ceiling facility management operations of intramural/extramural sports and fitness programs for more than 5,000 trouble youth from surrounding urban communities.
Coordinated the scheduled use and maintenance of the facility's exercise room, weight room, and running area, and prescribed customized exercise plans that promoted total health and wellness.
Managed an annual operating budget of $250,000 to support the procurement and maintenance of equipment and salaries for fitness instructors, administrative staff, custodial workers, and mental health professionals.
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As director of Services to the Disabled for the Town of Brentwood, reported directly to the Commissioner of Human Services and served as point-of-contact and liaison between Suffolk Country Department of Parks and Recreation and more than forty Long Island school district administrators.
Established strategic partnerships that expanded and strengthened contractual agreements throughout business and educational communities including multiple school districts and The Great South Bay YMCA.
Heightened community awareness through coordination of health and job fairs resulting in an increased enrollment rate of 85 percent from area schools, social services, and various not-for-profit organizations.
Coordinated the daily transportation and route management of over 300 members within a 100-mile radius, overseeing the mapping and scheduling of door-to-door transportation services that included special considerations for passengers with handicapping conditions.
Planned and implemented operating budgets for agency-funded and fee-for-service recreation and sports programs with the financial support of governing entities and participatory associations.
As Recreational Director for New York University Hospital, planned the department's operating budget and programs designed to improve the psychological, social, and physical well being of consumers.
Sourced, negotiated, and contracted with vendors on the cost-effective leasing, installation, and maintenance of exercise equipment that partially included treadmills, stationary bikes, and weight machines.
Interfaced extensively with government offices concerning not-for-profit status, funding, regulatory affairs, and reporting functions at the local, state, and federal levels.
Division of Services to the Disabled, Brentwood, NY
Program Director, 2000 - Present
Southside Psychiatric Center, Bay Shore, NY
Recreation Therapist / Swimming Instructor, 1997 - 2000
New York University Hospital, New York, NY, 1989 - 1997
Budget / Program Coordinator (3/92 - 1/97)
Recreational Director (9/89 - 3/92)
Harlem Police Department, Harlem, NY, 1983 - 1989
Director, Youth Athletics Program
Hofstra University, Hemptstead, NY
Bachelor of Science, Physical Education
Community Youth Leadership Award
Presented by President Brian L. Timothy of Youth Development Programs of New York
Achievements in Community Athletics Program Development
Presented by Executive Secretary Stephanie Landers of The City of New York Athletics Society
Outstanding portfolio of professional recommendations, awards, and references provided at time of meeting