A specialized position to oversee facility operations within Athletics and Recreation. Integral staff member that must foster a team approach to facility management. • Oversee day to day operations of Athletic Center and outdoor venues (fields, track, tennis courts;). • Submit service requests for the facilities listed above. Responsible for scheduling the facilities listed above. • Work with external contractors and vendors regarding maintenance and improvement of the facilities. • Department liaison for Plant Operations and Campus Safety and Security. • Manage Facility Supervisor and three bargaining unit employees. • Maintains facility budget and generates departmental revenue through facility rentals & memberships. Includes oversight of rental contract process. • Oversees capital improvements of facilities. • Responsible for coordination of building maintenance and equipment repair/replacement. • Perform routine building and equipment inspections and regulate inventory (field equipment). • Responsible for all contest-day set-ups (on site for Men’s Lacrosse and Football. Manage special events for the Department. • Sport Administrator responsibilities. • Oversees student employees.
Bachelors degree required. Masters preferred. Three years of related Athletics facilities experience is required. Additional experience preferred. Additional education may substitute for required experience, to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula. Special skills and knowledge: Must be able to work additional hours during athletic events, including nights and weekends; excellent communication skills; ability to work well with others. Knowledge of basic software packages; understanding of athletics administration in a university environment. Physical requirements for the job: Will require lifting of 50lbs, to be completed with or without reasonable accommodation. Additional information: JHU Equivalency Formula: 30 undergraduate degree credits (semester hours) or 18 graduate degree credits may substitute for one year of experience.
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