The Facilities Coordinator will provide administrative leadership to the facility operations team, the graduate assistant, and student staff that operate the building. Some evening supervisory and training hours will be required along with budget creation and management, purchasing, establishing annual goals and outcomes. This position will report directly to the Assistant Director of Aquatics and Facility Operations. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
1. Coordinate and manage the Campus Recreation's Informal Recreation programs that include basketball, volleyball, badminton, racquetball, martial arts, special events, etc. Position responsible to ensure all aspects of the program are properly developed and implemented in order to enhance the student's overall experience and support recreational, social and personal development.
2. Recruit, hire, train, supervise and evaluate over 100+ students. Responsible to schedule and conduct staff meetings on a regular basis. Position works to develop responsible student work-life experiences.
3. Supervise a graduate assistant and work with the GA to develop and deliver quality, positive, instructional/educational programs with outcomes to enhance student's experiences and meet strategic goals, as well as social and personal development for the students.
4. Assist in overall development of facility policies, procedures, budgets and risk assessment.
5. Assist with department goals and collaborating on department wide events/initiatives.
6. Collaborate with other departments to develop and implement effective programs and events for students. In addition, develop and maintain cooperative relationships with other university departments, other state agencies, general public while recognizing the university's overall mission and goal.
Anticipated Start Date: September 24, 2018
Minimum Requirements: Bachelor Degree in Student Affairs, Physical Education or Exercise Science, Sport and Event Management or related field AND two years of professional experience in collegiate recreation setting, specifically in program areas of facility operations/programming. Graduate Assistantships are acceptable for professional experience. Knowledge of Campus Recreation programming, student development principles, budget management and administrative techniques.
Preferred Requirements: Masters Degree in Student Affairs, Physical Education or Exercise Science, Sport and Event Management or related field and experience in working with a Collegiate Recreation and Student Government in a Student Affairs setting
MUST apply through Careers@USF website: http://www.usf.edu/administrative-services/human-resources/careers/index.aspx. Click on Access Careers@USF link. Search and locate position number 00003646 and posting number 17331. Deadline to apply is July 21, 2018.
Internal Number: 17331
About University of South Florida
The University of South Florida is one of America’s leading national research institutions and the ninth largest university in the nation. We currently have approximately 47,000 students with campuses at Tampa, St. Petersburg, and Sarasota-Manatee. USF employs over 7,600 faculty and staff. The University supports student success and achievement at all levels. Student Affairs supports student learning and development through diverse programs, services, and activities that enhance the student’s out of classroom experience.
The Campus Recreation department provides opportunities for USF students, faculty and staff to participate in a wide variety of recreational pursuits. Campus Recreation is a department within Student Affairs & Student Success. The department has 28 full time employees and 400+ part time employees. The budget for Campus Recreation is just under $3 million and the Campus Recreation Center alone has over 1,000,000 visitors per year.
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