Unit-specific Responsibilities 1) Evening oversight of the controlled access of athletic/recreational facilities (indoor/outdoor): At the direction of the Associate Director of Athletics-Facilities Management, responsible for the evening facilities security, oversight, and risk management of the athletic/recreational facilities. Supervise and evaluate the lifeguard staff, the front desk staff and the fitness center staff. Enforce facilities policies and procedures. 2) Coordination and oversight of the Equipment Room: Coordinate laundry services for the department. Order equipment, clothing and laundry supplies. Maintain equipment and clothing inventory. Implement distribution system. Coordinate the supply of dispensers and soap to the locker rooms. Manage the locker-clean-out system. Maintain the Lost and Found system. Develop and implement Equipment Room policies and procedures. Maintain an organized storage system for equipment and clothing. Negotiate and oversee service contracts with relevant vendors (ie. washer/dryers, detergent, and clothing.) 3) Personnel supervision: Oversee the Locker Room Attendants and student staff. Hire, train, schedule, supervise, provide direction, evaluate and discipline personnel. Administer overtime assignments. Adhere to union and safety guidelines. Develop and implement employee policies and procedures. 4) Coordination and oversight of facilities scheduling: Develop and maintain schedules for all athletic/recreational facilities. Resolve scheduling conflicts. Promptly schedules information provided from various entities of the department to develop master schedules. Distribute schedule information to appropriate individuals within the department and on campus. Post schedules as designated throughout the facilities. 5) Event management duties: At the direction of the Associate Director of Athletics-Facilities Management, follow guidelines and procedures that have been established for overseeing events, including oversight of Athletic Aides at assigned events. 6) Public relations: Develop a strong working relationship with department staff members, vendors, and outside groups using facilities. Develop a strong customer service rapport with students and members. Other duties as assigned. Attend and participate in a weekly Facilities Management meeting.
Unit-preferred Competencies 1) Must be able to work evenings and weekends. 2) Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Working Conditions 1) This role will perform tasks between two campus locations
Experience 1) Minimum of two years of work experience
Technical knowledge, Skills or Certifications: 1) Valid Driversâ™ License 2) Proficient in computer skills; Microsoft Office Suite, etc.
Required Documents: 1) Resume 2) Cover Letter 3) Reference Contact Information
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