The Assistant Athletic Director for Facilities Management serves as a member of the leadership team for the University of Chicago's athletic and recreational facilities. The position oversees the management and operation of all indoor and outdoor athletic facilities within the department, including the Ratner Athletics Center, Henry Crown Field House, Stagg Field Complex, and South Campus Field.
Manages and supervises athletic facilities staff members.
Oversees risk management; event management; security and controlled access; scheduling, facilities services, including acting as a liaison with facilities, grounds, and custodial services; equipment and vehicle maintenance; facilities preparations for all activities within the facilities; and equipment room management.
Acts as internal consultant and liaison with Facilities Services and Facilities Planning on all construction and maintenance projects. Leads strategic planning for this area of responsibility.
Seeks opportunities for professional development that will enhance job performance, including building networks within the University and with colleagues at peer institutions.
Manages the financial budget and fiscal control related to the athletic and recreational facilities including the generation and management of the revenue in this area. Advises on construction and maintenance projects.
Develops and administers facilities and employee policies and procedures. Performs other related work as needed.
Minimum requirements include knowledge and skills developed through 7+ years of work experience in a related job discipline.
Experience in facilities management in a college or university athletic setting.
Internal Number: JR10450
About University of Chicago
At the University of Chicago, the philosophy of the intercollegiate athletic program directly supports the College's commitment to excellence.
Intercollegiate athletics are considered a component of a liberal education, complementary to its central academic mission. A diverse, challenging athletic program supplements the rigorous academic curriculum. The lessons learned through athletic endeavors represent an invaluable part of the nonacademic aspects of a balanced education.
The primary focus of the intercollegiate athletic program is the student athlete.
The goal is a positive educational experience. Participation in the intercollegiate athletic program should enhance an individual's personal, educational, and social development. Achieving this goal is based on a commitment to excellence.
The Department maintains an environment that supports the student athletes' commitment to achieving their full potential. The arena in which this occurs is the competitive environment. The preparation for, and participation in, intercollegiate athletic competition creates a focal point for learning and provides valuable feedback on the progress of development.