The Associate Director of Facilities is responsible for oversight and management of all Campus Recreation facilities, emergency preparedness, and capital planning for facility improvements. This position supervises three full time positions including the Assistant Director of Informal Recreation, Maintenance Coordinator and Project Assistant of Facilities and Programs. Indirect reports include two general maintenance workers, and a team of internal and contract custodians. This position serves as a member of the department’s Senior Leadership Team and reports directly to the Director of Campus Recreation.
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Master’s degree in a non-specific field of study
4 years of related experience, including facility operations, budget administration and staff supervision
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES/COMPETENCIES TYPICALLY NEEDED TO PERFORM THIS JOB SUCCESSFULLY:
Ability to lead a diverse team of professionals
Knowledge of recreational sports equipment and required maintenance
Ability to manage a budget, following University protocol
Ability to identify, schedule, and complete capital improvements within a timeline and budget
Ability to analyze data and problem solve
Ability to communicate effectively and provide excellent customer service
Tulane's Department of Campus Recreation is dedicated to offering some of the most popular and participated in programs and services on campus. With a total of 5,029 hours of operation and over 400,000 entries annually, the Center is truly a campus destination.
Annually 4,000 students are engaged in Club Sports, Intramural Sports, Fitness & Wellness, Informal Recreation, Aquatics, Late Night,... and Outdoor Trips programs.
The Department of Campus Recreation is housed within the 156,000 square foot Reily Student Recreation Center. In addition to a large facility, the staff also manage the Brown Field (a synthetic turf field), two outdoor tennis courts, and five University quads.
Leadership and management of the facilities and programs is provided by a full time professional staff of 17, an environmental staff of seven and a part-time student staff of over 300, which makes Campus Recreation the second largest student employer on campus.
The Department of Campus Recreation encourages personal growth by providing recreational and wellness opportunities to the Tulane community. We are committed to creating an environment which fosters the physical and social development of students, lifelong learning, respect, and cultural diversity.
A national leader in fostering lifelong wellness through dynamic recreational opportunities that promote learning and engaging with an inclusive and diverse community
Learning: Foster a sense of belonging & purpose for all
Inclusion: Demonstrate an active & intentional commitment to diversity & inclusive excellence
Health: Promote the health & wellness of the Tulane community
Identity: Communicate our shared identity & impact as Tulane Student Affairs
Capacity: Maximize & enhance capacity to meet student needs