The University of Toledo Graduate Assistant of Operations and Events Management
The University of Toledo
March 30, 2018
Part Time - Experienced
Facility Management, Graduate Assistant
The Graduate Assistant of Operations and Events Management in the Office of Recreational Services at The University of Toledo is a one year commitment under the guidance of the Assistant Director of Facility Operations. Graduate Assistants within the Department share general responsibilities for mentoring and leading undergraduate students and assisting in special events. More specifically the Graduate Assistant of Operations and Events Management will be involved in the day to day operation of the Student Recreation Center, the Morse Center, and the Health Education Center including supervision of the Building Supervisor Student Employee Group and support of all recreational activities within the facilities.
Directly supervised by the Coordinator of Events and Facility Operations
Responsible to the Assistant Director of Facility Operations
Job Duties and Responsibilities
Responsible for management of Operations Student Employees (Service Center, Floor Monitor and Court Monitor stations) including, supervision, hiring, training, scheduling, paying, disciplining, and evaluating
Responsible for management of Morse Center Site Managers including, supervision, hiring, training, scheduling, paying, disciplining, and evaluating
Assist with the daily operations of the Student Recreation Center and the Morse Fitness Center including equipment upkeep, purchase of open recreation equipment and inventory as well as facility policy development and enforcement
Assist with supervision of all Student Recreation Center, Morse Center and Health Education Center events that are scheduled through the Office of Recreational Services
Staff special events and train staff on duties of each event
Responsible for patron violations and the successful resolution of violations
Responsible for the reporting of accidents and incidents through the Maxient system
Attend all required department staff meetings and functions
Properly complete all related forms and paperwork
Division of Student Affairs Special Event Staffing
Maintain weekly office hours as instructed by supervisor
Bachelor’s degree and acceptance to a Graduate program at The University of Toledo
Must meet The University of Toledo student employment qualifications
Experience in staff management and leadership
Experience and a desire to gain further knowledge in the areas of management
Current certification in Professional Level CPR, AED and First Aid required
Prefer instructor level certification (can be obtained within the first 6 months of hire)
Computer skills and strong communication skills are essential
Must clear a criminal background check through The University of Toledo Police Department
Work schedule is based on 20 hours per week while classes are in session
Weekend and evening work will be required
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Bachelor degree required
Candidates must pursue a Graduate Degree in Higher Education, Exercise Science, Business, Public Health, Public Administration or Recreation Administration. Offers are contingent upon acceptance into the previously mentioned graduate programs.
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Additional Salary Information: -Full in-state tuition waiver and stipend of $4,000 per fall or spring semester (out of state tuition waiver may be available) -Additional $10.00 per hour is possible for work during summer and breaks -Student is responsible for all fees, parking, books, and tuition above that of in state amount
About The University of Toledo
The University of Toledo is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. The University of Toledo does not discriminate in employment, educational programs, or activities on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, ancestry, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, military or veteran status, disability, familial status, or political affiliation. The University of Toledo provides reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities.