Under the supervision of the Assistant Director of Facilities, the Tutor Campus Center Operations Coordinator will assist in managing the operation of the Ronald Tutor Campus Center.
Oversee the building operations of the Ronald Tutor Campus Center, primarily evenings and weekends. This shift will be covered in the evenings.
Assist with the recruiting, hiring, training, supervising and evaluating of the operation student staff for the Ronald Tutor Campus Center and develop student development programs year round.
Assist with the maintenance and operations of the building in regards to custodial care, fire and safety programs, equipment/furniture inventory, interior landscape, and signage, to name a few.
Assist with the coordination of events and programs in the Campus Center and provide support with room set ups and custodial care for daily room reservations on a needed basis.
Serve as the administrative liaison with all the users in the building, including student groups, academic and administrative units, occupants of the building, and campus visitors.
Must work special events in the Campus Center, including home football game days, Homecoming events, and Commencements ceremonies.
Maintain thorough knowledge of the Campus Center Operation Policies and general University policies as they relate to programs and events held on campus, and implement and interpret these policies to all users of the building.
Supervise student scheduler and special projects assistant student staff.
Assist with managing the building hours and opening and closing procedures of the building.
Manage the digital displays, physical display cases in TCC, STU and SKS and the International plaza banners.
Maintain updated signage of the Division of Student Affairs buildings.
Work and collaborate with the various units in the building and on campus (e.g. Department of Public Safety, Facilities Management Services, Scheduling Coordinator, Hospitality) to ensure the successful operation of the Campus Center.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Higher Education or Building Operations Experience
Event Planning or Scheduling Experience
Minimum Education: - High school or equivalent- Combined experience/education as substitute for minimum educationMinimum Experience: - 2 yearsMinimum Field of Expertise: - Senior or lead experience in similar support services.
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