Hobart and William Smith Colleges Associate Athletic Director in Geneva, New York
The Associate Athletic Director is responsible for overseeing the athletic department under the direction of the Associate Vice President/Director of Athletics & Recreation. This is a leadership role that is critical to supporting the internal daily functions and operations of the athletic department. Internal operations include but are not limited to, facility management, facility scheduling, regular season and post season game day operations, student work study employment and special events planning. In addition, the Associate Athletic Director will have sport oversight, directly supervise equipment staff and will assist in the hiring, evaluating and supervision of personnel.
Monitor and coordinate all physical athletic facility maintenance, project management and custodial direction in collaboration with Buildings & Grounds
Maintain schedule for overall programming and operations of athletic facilities
Serve as the point of contact for all HWS athletic facilities
Facilitate operational needs for relevant events, including developing visiting team guides and event checklists, and leading pre-event operational meetings and post-event debriefing sessions
Maintain, coordinate and oversee facility rental policies and procedures during the academic year
Serve as the Tournament Manager for NCAA and conference post season events
Oversee all aspects of game day management
Supervise and evaluate game day managers
Ensure efficient game day operations to provide a first rate experience for all participants, officials and spectators.
Collaborate with head coaches with scheduling of contests and coordinate with other staff and facilities impacted by the sport schedule
Lead all aspects of intra-department student work study employment for office staff and event staff
Assist in the hiring, evaluating and supervision of department personnel
Exhibit the highest professional standards and ethical behavior
Comply with all HWS, Department of Athletics, NCAA, Liberty League and other sport-specific conferences code of ethics, rules and regulations.
Contribute to department functions and initiatives as assigned
Represent the department at college events
Represent the department on campus committees
Other duties as assigned
This is a full-time, 12-month, 37.5 hours per week, benefits-eligible administrative Exempt position. This position description is not all-inclusive, as other tasks or responsibilities may be assigned. Evening and weekend hours are required.
A master’s degree is required preferably in sport management or athletic administration.
Minimum of five years of experience in college athletics as a coach or athletic department administrator required.
Proven ability to lead others.
Knowledge of operations of athletic facilities is required.
This successful candidate must be committed to the academic success of student-athletes and possess the personal and professional qualities necessary for contributing to the athletics department and to the Colleges’ community.
Demonstrated knowledge of NCAA Division I and III rules and regulations is required.
First Aid, CPR and AED certification are required.
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