Operating as a non-profit corporation on the campus of California State University, Northridge, the University Student Union (USU) is an engaging and energetic campus program which operates a plethora of inclusive activities in addition to innovative technologies, facilities and services. Facilities include a University Student Union and a 138,000 square foot Student Recreation Center (SRC).
Under the guidance of the Assistant Director, Facility Operations, the Coordinator, Facility Operations is responsible for overseeing the daily facility operations of the Student Recreation Center.
Manages daily indoor and outdoor facility operations for the Student Recreation Center
Assists Assistant Director in developing and enforcing policies and procedures (court rules, facility space priorities, facility access, etc.)
Reviews, approves, and executes all facility rentals
Coordinates logistics for activities, events, and rentals occurring in the Student Recreation Center
Maintains building automation systems (lights, sound, closed-circuit video security, etc.)
Reports and coordinates facility maintenance and custodial needs
Manages the inventory control and maintenance procedures for recreational equipment and supplies
Manages facility operations software tools
Assists Assistant Director in developing, managing, and implementing facility risk management procedures to include accident and incident management and reporting
Oversees and/or ensures the recruitment, hiring, training, supervision, and evaluation of a variety of student and non-student employment positions
Assists in identifying learning outcomes for student employees and volunteers; oversees the development, implementation, and monitoring of activities ensuring the same
Develops, monitors, and adheres to Facility Operations operating budget including overseeing and maintaining hourly employee time cards and monthly reconciliation
Assists Assistant Director in conducting comprehensive on-site safety inspections to ensure that all facilities and programs are conducted in accordance with approved rules and regulations that address participant safety as a high priority
Assists Assistant Director in ensuring the practice of safety/risk management procedures
Assists Assistant Director in ensuring participant accident reports, employee injury reports, incident reports, supervisor’s logs and safety suggestions of staff and participants are maintained and reviewed regularly, and ensures recurring accidents, trends, or unusual situations are analyzed and appropriate changes implemented
Assists Assistant Director in coordinating staff safety training activities and ensures that staff meets minimum qualifications, certification and standards required by individual job assignments
Performs other related duties as assigned
Equivalent to graduation from a four-year college or university preferably with a major in sports management, recreation administration, physical education, kinesiology/exercise science, business administration, or a related field. Master's degree preferred.
Equivalent to a minimum of one year of professional-level experience managing sport/recreation facilities during which time the applicant has acquired and/or demonstrated the ability to perform the essential duties of the position.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Administration, personnel and organizational management;
Budgeting, financial management and fiscal responsibility;
Safety rules and regulations relative to the management of a recreation center;
Computer hardware/software operation;
Principles of superior customer service;
Principles of effective marketing
Interpret and apply university, SRC, and USU rules, regulations and policies and procedures;
Oversee a critical operation, project, or service;
Establish management goals, facilitate change, and implement innovative programs and services;
Compile, prepare, write and review reports as well as comprehend, analyze, and provide appropriate solutions to problems and recommend courses of action;
Oversee the work of others;
Coordinate the timely completion of multiple tasks;
Work independently under general supervision;
Work as member of a team to reach set goals;
Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing;
Generate and follow verbal and written instructions;
Provide excellent customer service;
Adapt to changes in the work environment;
Work effectively in a multicultural environment;
Establish and maintain effective positive working relationships with others;
Work varying hours including early mornings, evenings and weekends.
Additional Salary Information: The anticipated hiring range will be as follows and is dependent upon experience and qualifications:
Annually: $42,000 - $48,000
About University Student Union at California State University, Northridge
About the University Student Union and Student Recreation Center
Operating as a non-profit corporation on the campus of California State University, Northridge (CSUN), the University Student Union (USU) is an engaging and energetic campus program which operates a plethora of inclusive activities in addition to innovative technologies, facilities, programs and services. Facilities include a Univ...ersity Student Union and a 138,000 square foot Student Recreation Center (SRC).
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