| UCF Athletics at the University of Central Florida, an NCAA Division I institution and American Athletic Conference (The American) member, is seeking applications for the position of Assistant / Associate A.D., Facilities Development & Capital Projects. |
Under the leadership of the Executive Associate A.D. / Chief Operating Officer, the selected candidate oversees all Athletics’ facilities and serves as a member of senior staff in the strategic development and administration of departmental goals and objectives within UCF, Conference, and NCAA rules and regulations. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: work directly with UCF Facilities Planning & Construction (UCF FP&C) athletics project manager; oversee all Athletics’ facilities development projects (capital and minor projects) including research and benchmarking, new construction, renovations and enhancements; lead the Athletics Facilities Master Planning process in the development of a framework to guide the future of Athletics’ facilities, including enhancements and new construction; provide project management oversight of designated athletics facilities under construction or to be constructed; work with all appropriate entities to ensure that the interests of Athletics concerning capital projects for athletics are appropriately represented and protected; assist UCF FP&C athletics project manager in the inspection of work-in-place and observe buildings under construction to ensure compliance with contract documents and consideration of University standards, providing progress updates to Executive Associate AD/COO; serve as Athletics’ representative with various regulatory offices (State Fire Marshall, St. Johns Water Management, utilities, etc.) during construction process, ensuring fulfillment of contractual obligations by the architects, engineers, and contractors as they relate to the State of Florida, State University System and University’s rules, policies, and standards relating to safety, fire protection systems, elevators, and HVAC control systems; and may assist with Game Administration for Athletics sports events, requiring knowledge of Athletics, University, Conference and NCAA rules and regulations regarding Crowd Control, Security and Emergency Management.