The Assistant Athletic Director for Facilities is responsible to the Director of Athletics for planning, scheduling and maintenance of all athletic facilities.
Responsible to model the University Mission through dedicated job performance, service excellence to constituencies, respectful collaboration and active support of the University’s Mission and Catholic and Lasallian higher education.
-Develop a facility schedule for indoor and outdoor athletic facilities (Neil Carey Arena, Lewis Stadium, Lewis Softball & Baseball Complex, Lewis Cross Country Course, Lewis Indoor Fieldhouse, Lewis pool, free weight room, etc.) -Act as a liaison and collaborate with departments across campus (Sodexo, Facilities, Conferences and Events, Club and Recreational Sports, Alumni Relations, Campus Police, Campus TV and Radio) in relation to home events -Inventory athletic facility supplies and equipment -Perform routine maintenance of indoor and outdoor athletic facilities -Prepare athletic facilities for home athletic contests (sound systems, audio/visual live game broadcast, scoreboard panels, scorer’s tables, chairs, ticket sales, etc.) -Liaison for away teams and referees upon arrival for home athletic events -Schedule and supervise team of student workers (20-25 annually) at home athletic events as well as laundry services for teams -Breakdown and clean athletic facilities after home athletic events -Assist in the planning of home athletic events and tournaments and IHSA events -Assist in marketing, sponsorship, community service and development tasks as assigned by Associate Athletic Director -Other duties as assigned by the Director of Athletics and Associate Director of Athletics
As an individual employed in an administrative capacity in the athletics department, you are subject to the regulations of the NCAA. If any time it is determined that you are in violation of such regulations, then by the provision of the NCAA enforcement procedures, you may be subject to corrective disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment.
Work hours As required. Evenings, weekends and Holiday breaks required
Minimum Qualifications Bachelor’s degree required. At least 3 years of directly related experience which may include or consist of intercollegiate playing experience or working within an NCAA athletic department. Skill in the use of personal computers and related software applications (Daktronics, Audio/Visual, Network Connections, Live Streaming and In-Game Recording, Video board Graphic Creation). Knowledge of planning and scheduling techniques. Ability to learn intercollegiate athletics and NCAA Division II game operations. Ability to learn the operations of special events and various state high school tournaments. Ability to complete administrative paperwork. Ability to use independent judgment. Organizing and coordinating skills. Must be able to work all Lewis athletic home events (nights and weekends). Master’s degree preferred.