JOB SUMMARY: The Assistant Athletic Director for Equipment and Facilities Management reports to the Associate Director of Athletics/Internal Operations and Director of Athletics & Recreational Services and supervises, coordinates, and participates in all activities related to the purchasing, storing, issuing, fitting and repairing of athletic equipment, clothing and uniforms for all University sport teams. They are also responsible to coordinate and oversee the use of athletic facilities while managing their upkeep and maintenance. Incumbents for this position are also required to varying sporting events with teams and maintain a varying work schedule. Must be available to work independently. This position requires incumbent to acquire: a certification in CPR and First Aid
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Prepares and monitors the Athletic equipment budget.
Monitors issuance of uniforms to team, coaches, or individual athletes; maintains accurate records and files
regarding equipment checkout.
Monitors daily maintenance of equipment, which includes laundering, repair, and general upkeep of
Coordinates student workers in performance of athletic equipment maintenance duties.
Purchases athletic equipment; orders equipment according to department procedures; checks in equipment
upon delivery to verify receipt.
Performs minor repairs and preventative maintenance and/or arranges for repairs of equipment
Travels to athletic games as assigned to perform equipment maintenance responsibilities.
Prepares equipment for distribution by stamping names or numbers on equipment in order to track it.
Assists with fitting athletic equipment to individual athletes.
Coordinates the preparation of facilities for inter-collegiate athletic team practices and contests.
Stores and packs sporting equipment appropriately when not in use.
Coordinate the use of all assigned athletic facilities, including facility scheduling and staffing, supervising
and monitoring of daily operations, planning and coordinating of maintenance and repairs, and the like.
Play a key role in overall program and operating policy/procedure planning involving athletic facilities.
Ensure that proper health and safety practices are adhered to by facilities users and staff.
Confer regularly with supervisor, other athletics staff and other college personnel to plan, coordinate and
evaluate activities/programs/facilities, exchange information, investigate and resolve problems, and the like.
Keep up-to-date on current trends and developments in the field.
Other duties as assigned
Create an atmosphere of compliance while adhering to all OSHA, NCAA, CIAA and Lincoln University
Athletic Department & University Rules and Regulations.
Maintain appropriate certifications
Minimum of 2-3 years related experience.
A Bachelor’s degree is required.
Requires certification in CPR and First Aid.
Physical ability to endure physically strenuous work-outs and physical exercise on a daily basis, including
standing and/or walking for long periods, bending, stooping, lifting; manual dexterity; lifting of up to 50
pounds. Ability to perform push/pull activity, possess hand and finger coordination and be able to work with
chemicals, cleaning equipment, dust, fumes and odors.
Ability to move about campus or other locations.
Work is primarily performed in a university campus environment and requires a flexible schedule including
evening and weekend work.
Travel for administrative work is expected
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