Minimum Qualifications: Athletics facility management, capital projects & scheduling, event management, and operations experience. Knowledge of intercollegiate sport structure, including NCAA, Big West Conference and institutional rules, as they apply to UC Davis Athletics. Knowledge of public assembly facility management practices and procedures. Personnel management skills to analyze and resolve complex personnel issues and oversee the related functions of recruitment/selection, employee relations, evaluations, terminations/layoffs, corrective actions, and affirmative action. Oral and written communication, presentation, and public speaking skills; skill to represent the Department and sports in public forums. Knowledge of budgetary, fiscal, fund accounting and bookkeeping principles and practices, to manage the budgets and prepare required reports and projections. Supervisory skills to interview, select, train, evaluate staff (including coaches) and skills to recognize the need for and ability to take appropriate corrective action when necessary. Knowledge of event scheduling and booking procedures.
Preferred Qualifications: Organizational skills to simultaneously manage multiple events and duties. Knowledge of a wide variety of Intercollegiate sports. Interpersonal skills to effectively communicate and work collaboratively with a wide variety of people of diverse backgrounds and at various levels of the organization, and provide excellent customer service. Skills to supervise and schedule personnel who have varied working schedules. Knowledge of event equipment, maintenance and use. Sensitivity to the social, educational, and cultural needs of the campus community. Computer skills to develop and maintain efficient modes of communication, budget and database management. Ability to work with sensitive and highly confidential information. Skill to write and accurately maintain effective records, reports, and correspondence. Knowledge of University electronic reservations systems. Knowledge of fire and safety codes, regulations and emergency procedures related to public assembly facilities. Knowledge of operations and event systems, including HVAC, lighting, plumbing, electrical, repair & maintenance of heavy equipment. An understanding of capital projects and how they relate to development and donor cultivation. An understanding of project management including the various trades on campus and working with and directing vendors.
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