The Athletics Department has a full time opening for a Coordinator for Events and Facilities (Coordinator II).
The successful candidate in this position will be required to attend a majority of athletic events from August to March, which will require overtime on a regular basis. All overtime will be compensated according to FLSA regulations and USU Policy.
Athletic Department maintenance and upkeep for all venues and fields in conjunction with the University Facilities Department
Scheduling the Stan Laub Indoor Training Center and the Wayne Estes Center along with soccer, softball, track, cross country and football fields for internal and external use
Coordinate all game day functions for facility prep
Coordinate and supervise hourly employees and 5th year interns for game day events and office hours
Supervise basketball suite set up
Assist the Director of Events
Assist game management and operations, including set up and take down for 16 NCAA Division 1 sports
Assist event operation for additional campus events (i.e. campus tours, USTARS, scrimmages, family fun day, ladies’ clinic, etc.)
Gather product information for purchasing
Assist in venue/practice/rental scheduling
Assist in overseeing venue management
Assist in credential distribution and log records
Manage game day suites
Serve as liaison for game day officials as well as visiting teams
Manage ball kids/crew for several sports
Assist in special projects (I.e. windscreens, bleachers, equipment purchasing, basket set up)
Manage document upkeep and creation (visiting team guide, rental policies, rental invoices, signage, spreadsheets, etc.)
Manage Pepsi product inventory for game day suites (Men’s and Women’s Basketball, other events as needed)
Other duties as assigned
Ability to work in a team environment with professionalism and resourcefulness, share workloads, appropriately prioritize tasks, and meet deadlines
Managing numerous, simultaneous events while maintaining meticulous attention to detail, organization, and accuracy
Experience in spreadsheet programs and word-processing
Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to communicate effectively and efficiently
Demonstrate the ability to understand and be sensitive to the needs of a diverse population
Must adhere to the University Travel and Driving policies; ability to drive locally and surrounding areas
Willing to work overtime
Bachelor's or Master's degree
Prefer Division 1 Athletic work/internship experience
Experience with college playing or internship/work and/ or high school athletics fulltime work experience
Full-Time w/benefits package
Percent of Time or Hours per Week:
Commensurate with experience, minimum of $25,000, plus excellent benefits
Required Documents (The names and contact information of 3 references will be collected during the application process):
Cover Letter, Resume/CV
Often Functional Requirements (25-75% time):
Moderate lifting; 15-44 pounds,Both hands required or compensated by the use of acceptable prostheses,Walking,Standing
Continuous Functional Requirements (75%+ time):
Light lifting under 15 pounds
Often Environmental Factors (25-75% time):
Outside,Working closely with others
Continuous Environmental Factors (75%+ time):
ADA Cognitive Requirements:
Apply principles of rational systems to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagrammatic, or schedule form.
ADA Math Requirements:
Make arithmetic calculations involving fractions, decimals and percentages.
ADA Communication Requirements - Speech:
Expression of a level to communicate fluently with clients/customers and others to obtain and provide complex information. Vocalize and explain detailed and problem-solve, both in-person and by telephone. Capable of interpretation of technical materials, oral presentation of reports and able to adapt vocabulary, tone and content for listener.
ADA Comm Requirements - Comprehension:
Comprehension and expression of a level to record fairly uncomplicated information frequently such as filling in report forms, logging entries and taking telephone messages.
ADA Travel Requirements:
Moderate travel required – ability to travel frequently (i.e., weekly-monthly) for activities such as home visits, collateral contacts, transport of clients to appointments, delivering mail, auditing records, inspecting facilities, or other activities requiring frequent travel under normal conditions.