FOR AN INFORMATIONAL BROCHURE ON THE POSITION, PLEASE VISIT http://www.cofh.org/DocumentCenter/View/611/Facility-Manager-Position-Announcement-Brochure-Packet---Draft.
AN OFFICIAL CITY APPLICATION (attached to the above PDF), COVER LETTER, AND RESUME ARE DUE TO THE HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICE VIA E-MAIL AT HR@COFH.ORG OR VIA MAIL TO THE CITY OF FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS - ATTN: HUMAN RESOURCES, 10025 BUNKUM ROAD, FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS, IL 62208 NO LATER THAN 11:59 PM ON MAY 26, 2018.
Under the direction of the Director of Parks and Recreation, the Facility Manager is responsible for the overall organizational planning, hiring, training, budgeting, and staff supervision and daily operations of the Fairview Heights Recreation Complex.
In addition, the Facility Manager supervises and oversees safety inspections, repairs, maintenance and cleaning schedules, inventory levels, facility rentals, all marketing and public relations, expenditures and revenues, cash handling and budgeting, and establishing operating procedures of the Recreation Complex.
The Facility Manager serves as the main point of reference for oversight and supervision of all aspects of the Recreation Complex facility.
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES (Essential functions including the following and the Physical Requirements listed below):
• Acts as a representative of the Fairview Heights Recreation Complex in the community and maintains a professional image
• Provides outstanding and results-driven customer service
• Acts with a sense of urgency and responds in a timely manner to complaints, questions, and inquiries from members and the public in regards to the Recreation Complex
• Oversees daily operations of the Recreation Complex, including hiring, training, discipline and evaluation of personnel, oversees customer service standards, assists with the overall operations of member services
• Provides vision and management to staff for all aspects of the Recreation Complex, with an understanding of its context for the residents of the City and the region
• Establishes goals and objectives of the Recreation Complex’s operation in accordance with the guidance of the Director of Parks and Recreation
• Develops and monitors the Recreation Complex’s annual budget; tracks expenses and revenues generated by the facility; tracks daily weekly, monthly, and yearly attendance figures; oversees payroll for the facility
• Reviews and analyzes overall operations, including progress and effectiveness in programs, facility services, and usage, and computes cost-revenue ratios
• Produces weekly, monthly, annual and other periodic reports indicating statistics, revenues, expenditures, user trends, and other pertinent information requested by the Director of Parks and Recreation
• Promotes the Recreation Complex on an ongoing basis by answering questions, leading and scheduling tours, interfacing with community groups, and actively promoting the facility throughout the community through speaking assignments, guest appearances, etc.
• Actively participates in the selection of Recreation Complex staff; plans, prioritizes, assigns, supervises, and reviews the work of staff; provides and coordinates staff training; provide guidance to managers to correct employee deficiencies; implements corrective actions
• Oversees risk management practices to ensure the safety of staff and patrons of the Recreation Complex
• Inspect facilities and programs for safety and conformance with directed standards and regulation; oversee and provide input into the care of the athletic fields, recreation centers, gyms and rooms, aquatic facilities, Clip ‘n Climb, and other related areas within the Complex
• Reviews weekly work schedules and manages overtime in accordance with City guidelines and FSLA standards
• Attends trainings, meetings, and seminars on an ongoing basis to stay up to date on current developments and standards in the recreation industry
• Attends City Council, professional meetings, and other gatherings to represent the Recreation Complex division
• Administer first aid and emergency procedures as needed
• Other duties as assigned by the Director of Parks and Recreation and/or his/her designee.
BASIC JOB QUALIFICATIONS
• Bachelor’s Degree in recreation administration, health and physical fitness, physical education, or related field
• Three (3) to five (5) years of progressive supervisory experience in comprehensive facilities management or related required
• Proven leadership and management skills
• Valid Driver’s License
• CPR, First Aid, and AED Certified, or the ability to become certified within one (1) month of hire
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES REQUIRED
• Results-driven and motivational management style; high degree of initiative, outstanding leadership skills
• Excellent oral and written communicate skills, including the ability to generate, maintain, and demonstrate a friendly, enthusiastic, and positive attitude
• Ability to plan, direct, implement, and manage all aspects of a comprehensive Recreation Complex, its personnel, policies, short and long term planning, and budgetary activities
• Knowledge of principles and practices of public recreation fitness program design and delivery, and facilities management, including knowledge of operational procedures of recreational facilities or other comparable regional facilities
• Knowledge and background of recreation/fitness programs
• Working knowledge of building codes, environmental rules, and all other rules and regulations governing repair and maintenance of large-scale facilities
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, the public, news media and other City departments; ability to create and maintain effective working relationships with employees and the public
• Knowledge and experience in planning, prioritizing, and organizing a complex and demanding workload
• Knowledge of common office equipment, such as the use of a phone, printer, copy and fax machine, scanning equipment and software, and the ability to learn and adapt to new equipment
• Ability to organize, keep accurate records, and prioritize multiple tasks
• Intermediate knowledge level and skillful use of Microsoft Office Suite, including Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher
• Ability to operate and adapt to various platforms of technology, such as an iPad, laptop, personal computer, Smart TVs, etc.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee occasionally works near moving mechanical parts and pool mechanical systems. The employee may be occasionally exposed to wet and dry conditions, fumes, toxic, or caustic chemicals. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet while in the office, or moderate to loud when in the facility. Extended workdays and varied hours are a frequent occurrence, as are weekends and holidays, to support the needs and demands of the Recreation Complex.
OTHER JOB REQUIREMENTS
Travel to seminars and conferences is required occasionally. In addition, the employee must be available for after-hours support.
• The employee is frequently required to walk, stand, sit, and talk or hear.
• The employee is occasionally required to use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate objects, tools, or controls; and reach with hands and arms.
• The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.
• The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
• Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and the ability to adjust focus.