The Recreation Operations Coordinator will serve as a member of the leadership team for University Recreation. Reporting directly to the Associate Director, The Recreation Operations Coordinator is responsible for the management of all facilities associated with University Recreation. Additionally this person shall coordinate/be responsible for but not limited to the following areas: facility operations; customer service; Jr. Govs Summer Camp; daytime, evening & weekend supervision; facility maintenance and custodial services; emergency action plans/risk management, membership, reservations and the departmental internship program.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
- Supervise the recruitment, training, supervision and evaluation of staff in the areas of facility operations; customer service; Jr. Govs Summer Camp; daytime, evening & weekend supervision; facility maintenance and custodial services; emergency action plans/risk management, and the departmental internship program. - Supervise the development, implementation and evaluation of facility operations; customer service; Jr. Govs Summer Camp; daytime, evening & weekend supervision; facility maintenance and custodial services; emergency action plans/risk management, and the departmental internship program. - Budgetary responsibility for facility operations; customer service; Jr. Govs Summer Camp; daytime, evening & weekend supervision; facility maintenance and custodial services; emergency action plans/risk management and the departmental internship program, in concert with the director or his designee. - Assist in planning, development, implementation and analysis of short and long-term goals for the department. -Maintain a functioning knowledge of campus recreation facility operations and procedures for all areas of University Recreation. -Assure student staff compliance with University Recreation employee handbooks. -Remain competent and current through professional development to include self-directed reading and networking with colleagues -Participate in division-wide activities and support programs. -Work collaboratively and effectively with University and community constituents. -Coordinate/manage University Recreation Internship Program. -Provide high quality service within department guidelines in each interaction with both external and internal customers. -Monitor staff and daily operations for efficiency and adherence to department policies and procedures. -Support safe and effective operations through observation and reporting of facility and equipment function. -Attend university, division and department events as requested. -Perform other job duties as assigned.
-Ability to use a personal computer and demonstrate a commitment to using technology to support the goals of the department. -Ability to successfully initiate, coordinate, complete and evaluate actions dealing with university recreation, facilities management and other areas associated with University Recreation. -Ability to effectively interpret and explain detailed, complex, technical accounting and budgetary reports. -Ability to properly manage University monies. -Ability to establish and maintain accurate records and prepare reports. -Ability to effectively monitor budget and associated receipts and expenditures. -Ability to assist in planning and executing sound fiscal management. -Ability to effectively supervise personnel and complete all associated personnel actions in a timely and accurate manner. -Ability to maintain files accurately, in paper and software programs. -Ability to communicate and interact effectively with diverse populations, the university community and the public. -Ability to manage multiple priorities. -Ability to exercise good judgment in evaluating situations and making decisions.
Open Until Filled
Special Instructions to Applicants
If Applicable – An unofficial transcript will be required of all interviewed applicants prior to the interview, and an official transcript will be required of the selected candidate before the candidate will be offered a position. Review will begin on June 5, 2018.
-Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
Required Minimum Qualifications
-Bachelor’s degree. -A minimum of two (2) years of work experience in a recreation, sports, or fitness setting. -Strong interpersonal, organizational and decision-making skills are a must as is the ability to work collaboratively and effectively with local and university community constituents. -The successful candidate must be flexible and able to work evening and weekend hours. -A background check will be required for the successful applicant.