Recreation Services Night Manager 3293BR Center for Recreational Sports Student Affairs
Professional Area: Service/Maintenance Employment Category: Fulltime Staff Job Function: Athletics, Sports and RecreationWage Band: 116H
Please note: This is a ten (10) month position: Mid July Mid May.
Work week: 40 hours: Tues Fri 3:30pm 11:30pm and Sunday 3:30pm -11:30pm.
Student Affairs is a dynamic organization dedicated to the delivery of comprehensive programs and services to engage, support and develop students throughout their educational experience. We value individual and cultural diversity and inclusion: our staff members support these values by communicating and interacting with diverse groups of people, creating collaborative and caring working relationships that support student success.
Detailed Job Description The Recreation Services Night Manager is responsible for the evening management of recreation facility operations, programs, services and supervision of the student staff for the Hale Andrews Student Life Center and Gordon Field House complex.
The responsibilities include: Evening supervision and oversight of: recreation student operational staff, the intramural program and student staff, the fitness center staff, the equipment cage operation and staff, the Wellness Education student equipment managers and the aquatics center and lifeguard staff. Additional duties include: coordinating injury management, assist in training the staff in CPR, AED, First Aid and blood borne pathogens, supporting the evening Wellness Education instructional staff, conducting facility safety inspections, managing the recreation social media accounts, assisting with the inventory, repair and ordering of equipment and reconciling student recreation staff time cards.
Required Minimum Qualifications
3 years working in a collegiate recreation, intramural program or related field.
Bachelor's degree (Recreational Sports Management or related field)
CPR/AED/First Aid Instructor or willingness to obtain the instructor certification
Skills include: Strong leadership skills Effective communications skillsinterpersonal, written, and electronic--including the ability to convey information in accessible terms to diverse, multicultural audiences Excellent customer service skills Advanced conflict resolution skills Sound decision making Ability to adapt in a fast paced environment Advanced organizational skills Ability to delegate tasks and duties effectively Ability to systematically prioritize tasks Ability to meet deadlines Knowledge of Deaf culture, American Sign Language (ASL), or willingness to learn Ability to establish, build and maintain effective working relationships based on respect, empathy and honesty Ability to manage and maintain confidential and private information Technological skills including proficiency in: Microsoft Office Suite, Social Media platforms Competence using word processing, spreadsheet, email, and electronic calendaring software Experience using technology and systems to support administrative, operation and program functions
Preferred Qualifications Master Degree in Recreational Sports Management or related field, Experience working with the IM leagues Intramural scheduling system and InnoSoft Fusion recreation management software.Electronic calendaring using Outlook
Required Application Documents
How to Apply In order to be considered for this position, you must apply for it at: http://careers.rit.edu/staff. Click the link for search openings and in the keyword search field, enter the title of the position or the BR number.
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