The Team Administrator - Facilities & Game Operations is responsible for planning and organizing athletic event activities and the preparation of the facility in which they are held. This includes managing logistics such as maintenance, scheduling, crowd control, vendors, and the facilitation of communication and services to campus partners, internal staff, and participants.
Coordinates and assists with game management and event operations to ensure facilities are ready and game day support staff coverage needs are met. Assists other athletic partners (internal and external) with various game day planning activities and coordinates on-site logistics to prepare for events. Create, produce and implement a comprehensive operational plan for all athletic events and activities. Serves as liaison with all pertinent game/event operations for athletic events with SSC, University Projects Office, Safety and Risk Management, and other appropriate business units within the university community. Serves as point contact with campus police and pertinent event operations units. Serves as point person on department-wide event calendar for coordinating shared facility use requests for all coaches and staff members (shared responsibility with the Athletics Directors assistant). Coordinates game day support schedule assignments to ensure proper coverage of game operations. Manages hiring and training of all game day support. Tracks year-round facility maintenance planning and projects to ensure continuous organization and cleanliness of all athletic facilities. Identifies, recommends and coordinates facility maintenance needs. Serves as a liaison to University student organizations and community groups for Lion Athletics.
Education: Bachelor’s degree.
Experience / Knowledge / Skills: Minimum of two (2) years of related experience with athletic game operations and event management. Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations. Must be self-motivated and team-oriented. Excellent interpersonal skills. Working knowledge of EMS scheduling software, Microsoft Word and Excel. Individuals must have good verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to: Ability to multitask and work cooperatively with others. Must be able to work flexible hours including nights and weekends. Moderate travel required to travel for activities such as out of town meetings or training sessions.
Licensing/Professional Certifications: None
Physical Requirements: None
Other Requirements: None
About Texas A&M University-Commerce
The Texas A&M University-Commerce Department of Athletics is committed to providing a "Best in Class" experience for our student-athletes. Our vision centers around the pillars of student-athlete success; a compliance conscience; championship programs; demonstrated equity and diversity; strategic engagement and communication; and responsible resource allocation.With our core values of Passion, Respect, Innovation, Determination, and Excellence, we remain steadfast in our commitment to Lion P.R.I.D.E.