Priority consideration will be given to applications received by 4:30pm, February 16, 2018
Please apply directly to our website at https://as.sdsu.edu/jobs/fulltime/
Under the direction of the Aztec Recreation Member Services Manager, the Operations Supervisor assists with the supervision of the Aztec Recreation facility operations. The Operations Supervisor ensures a safe, enjoyable and professional operation of the recreation facilities by supporting and enforcing the rules and regulations. The Supervisor is responsible for various aspects of facility operations including daily operations, risk management, policies and procedures, scheduling and event planning, facility and equipment inspections, safety training and development, and assessment.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Assists with the daily facility supervision of Aztec Recreation facilities
Manages recreation facilities reservations with EMS
Ensures fitness classes, Sport Club activities, Intramural Sports, and/or other programs/events are scheduled so they do not overlap or conflict with outside groups
Manages all special events for recreation facilities, including scheduling reservations, collecting contracts, payments and required insurance verification, scheduling event staffing, managing event operations and supervising large events
Coordinates, posts and maintains web information and signage for Aztec Recreation facility hours and closures
Ensures all appropriate rules and regulations as well as other digital and print material are posted in the facilities
Assists with the ongoing evaluation of the Aztec Recreation facilities, including completing participant evaluations, focus groups, informal discussions and written program surveys
Completes regular facility and fitness equipment inspections
As facility liaison, communicates with janitorial services and ensures scope of work is completed as scheduled
Conducts safety and risk management training for staff
Provides for the development, planning, coordination and management of informal recreation opportunities for Aztec Recreation participants
Leads operations for large annual department promotional events (ARC Til Dark, Live Well Late Night, New Student Orientations, etc.) and other special events
Other responsibilities include administration, budget, customer service & collaboration, safety and staff management.
Minimum Experience, Education & Certifications
Bachelor's Degree preferred in Physical Education, Recreation, Kinesiology/Exercise Science, Health or a related field
Master’s Degree preferred
Must have at least one year of direct supervisory experience with facilities in a collegiate/community fitness, recreation or health club setting
Must possess AED, CPR and First-Aid certifications through the American Red Cross or other nationally recognized organization (within the first 30 days of hire)
American Red Cross AED, CPR and First-Aid instructor certification preferred
About Associated Students of San Diego State University
San Diego State University, the largest of the 23 campuses of The California State University system, is located nine miles east of the Pacific Ocean in beautiful San Diego, a dynamic and diverse community of over one million people. The University enrolls approximately 34,000 students (25,000 FTEs) on the main campus as well as more than 800 students at the Imperial Valley campus in Calexico. The students are supported by approximately 5,000 faculty and staff. The University currently offers bachelor's degrees in 85 areas of study, the master's in 75, and 17 doctoral degrees.
Associated Students of SDSU is an independent student-directed corporation. Over 75 years old and with an annual operating budget of over $20 million, A.S. derives less than 20% of its revenues from student fees and more than 80% from revenues generated by programs it operates including the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union, Viejas Arena, Aztec Recreation (including the Aztec Recreation Center), SDSU Children’s Center, The Daily Aztec, Mission Bay Aquatic Center, Aquaplex, and the Aztec Student Union Board. Mirroring America’s changing faces, A.S. represents a culturally-diverse student body. The AS employs over 90 full-time staff and 1,200 part-time student employees.