University of San Francisco
The Building Supervisor on Duty at Koret is the first responder to all minor and major emergencies with the facility. This position is responsible to documenting all incident, accident and maintenance reports and forwarding to the appropriate professional staff member within Koret, on campus (Public Safety, Title IX, Facilities) or off campus (SFPD, SFFD, EMS, etc.). This position is responsible for daily inspections of all emergency exits, alarms, first aid kits, and biohazard disposal bins located within the facility. During all business hours, the Building Supervisor oversees a minimum of 7 student staff positions (3 lifeguards, 1 cardio/weight room attendant, 1 equipment desk staff, 1 check-in desk staff and 1 front desk staff). Depending on other programs scheduled in the building (personal training appointments, massage, swim lessons, group fitness classes, swim team practice, etc.), the Building Supervisor may also oversee up to 20 additional student and non-student staff members (swim coach, swim instructor, group fitness instructor, personal trainer, massage therapist). This position assists with program cancellations, filling emergency staffing vacancies, and posting signage (out of order, caution, slippery when wet, etc.) to educate patrons and manage risk. This position enforces all policies and procedures to ensure a safe workout environment for all patrons, and a safe working environment for all staff. The Building Supervisor is responsible for ensuring a positive customer service experience for all users, while also focusing on risk management issues regarding facility access and usage. This position oversees cash collections, membership sales, and locker enforcement. Experience required working as a Cardio Alley & Weight Room Attendant, Equipment Desk Staff, Check-in Desk Staff and Front Desk staff at a university recreational sports facility. Must maintain current AED/CPR certification. The building supervisor is a proactive, highly visible staff person who anticipates and prevents problems before they occur.
· Hourly facility inspections of all workout areas, emergency exits, locker rooms, restrooms and walkways.
· Knowledge of Koret emergency procedures including locations of all first aid kids, AED, wheelchair, ice machine and evacuation chairs
· First responder (major and minor emergencies)
· Knowledge of Koret policies, rules, and procedures
· Knowledge of Koret membership options and access for USF community members
· Assisting with membership discrepancies and facility access issues
· Supervision of cash collections, credit card terminals, Active Net software and register close our reports
· Hourly headcounts using ipad (Google Docs)
· Using Twitter to announce cancellations
· Knowledge of policies regarding parking, locker rental and towel service
· Event set-up and break down including intramurals, special events, workshops and classes
· Supervision of student and part-time employees in all areas; cardio alley and weight room attendants, equipment desk, check-in desk, front desk, lifeguards, personal trainers, group exercise instructors and facility maintenance.
· Securing and documenting all lost and found items
· Setting up and taking down of sports equipment for classes, tournament and events hosted at Koret (volleyball, badminton, scoreboards, uniforms, scorekeeper tables, sound systems, etc.)
· Liaison with Koet professional staff
· Ensure that all Nextel phones/bases are charged and ready in case of emergency
· Other duties as assigned by their supervisor.
Experience at university recreation center working as cardio/weight room attendant, equipment desk attendant, check-in desk attendant, front desk attendant (1 semester at each position)
Ability to constantly monitor building
Ability to move 45 pound weights
Additional Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
For information on how to apply, please visit the following link: www.usfjobs.com
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