Campus Recreation – Facility Coordinator

Department:                                  Campus Recreation

Job Title:                                         Facility Coordinator

Average hours per week:             6

Specific working hours:

  • 3 hour shifts, ranging from 5:30am to midnight.
  • Night and Weekend Work required.

Job duties/Skills:

  • Must possess good oral and written communication skills
  • Duties may include; counting money, preparing various accounting forms in accordance with University policy
  • Transporting and depositing money
  • Requires creativity and ability to work independently
  • Related experience and/or fitness related continuing education is desirable
  • Assist community with Fitness needs
  • Routine duties will vary by specific projects
  • Assists departments and organizations in providing excellent customer service
  • Work in a variety of recreation/athletic settings both indoor and outdoor facilities
  • Assume responsibility for safety of patrons and enforce rules and regulations
  • Responsible for monitoring entrances to buildings in efforts to control access
  • Assists with daily activities, exhibitions and special events
  • Explain, exhibit and enforce safety rules and regulations governing sports, recreational activities, and the use of exercise equipment,
  • Provide customer service in person and over the phone
  • Interest and/or connection to department,
  • Year round employment available for local students
  • Responsible for checking in and out A/V equipment and maintaining database records around inventory.
  • No experience required – Will train

Learning Outcomes:

  • Effectively and efficiently convey and receive information, both formally and informally, using verbal, non-verbal and writing skills amongst various stakeholders
  • Enhance their time management, problem solving and, teamwork skills
  • Develop practical competence through obtaining experience relating to their degree
  • Understand and apply professional and ethical responsibility
  • Exhibit their understanding of ensuring a safe work environment
  • Develop cognitive and interpersonal skills that are measurable and transferable
  • Function as a part of a multidisciplinary team
  • Constructively receive and apply professional feedback
  • Demonstrate knowledge of and rationale for departmental safety regulations and proper use of equipment
  • Develop an understanding of professional cultures and expectations
  • Gain supervisory skills by managing the work or time of other student employees.