Payroll Title: UCP VIII
Class Code: 0820-9088
Job Family: FAC
FLSA Code: E
Under the general direction of designated administrator, manages the residence hall furnishings/equipment operations and assists in the management of overall DRL operations.
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Evaluates effectiveness of current design and furnishings of residence hall; initiates improvements and/or renovations based on analysis of cost effectiveness and serviceability of changes; and presents proposals for major changes.
- Develops budget proposals for residence hall furnishings/renovations and manages approved budget with authority to expend funds within budget limits.
- Designs, approves and oversees interior renovations of residence halls and makes design and purchasing decisions consistent with residence hall needs and long-term cost benefits.
- Evaluates policies and priorities for residence halls renovations, renovation cycle, purchases, damage assessments and related operations; develops and recommends policy changes as needed to meet changing conditions.
- Defines, implements, maintains and modifies, as needed, a computerized system of inventory control to meet audit requirements and to assure availability of adequate supplies.
- Manages a system of recovering costs for damages to residence hall property.
- Manages various residence hall facilities (e.g. Storeroom) including related administrative functions such as purchasing, inventory and staffing.
- Hires, trains, supervises and evaluates a staff; determines work assignments and work schedules.
- Assists with developing policies and planning for residential hall operations, including rental properties; may assume responsibilities in absence of associate director.
- Performs special projects, as requested, such as recommendations for summer utilization of residence halls, purchase of computer hardware/software and system for damage reduction.
- May Develop, coordinate or conduct training for residence hall staff and housekeeping supervisors in the area of maintenance, repair, cleaning, purchasing and security operations.
- May serve as liaison with other University departments who provide maintenance, storage, purchasing.
- May develop, prepare and distribute manuals, forms and procedures governing the operation of residence halls.
- May Oversee the processing of all necessary paperwork for work orders, purchasing, billing and payment, following up to assure compliance and resolve problems.
- Performs related duties as required.
MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE QUALIFICATIONS
- Bachelor’s degree in appropriate field
- Three-five years experience in and knowledge of operational aspects of a residence hall system including maintenance, repair, purchasing and inventory control of furnishings and equipment.
- Ability to manage budgets, analyze cost/benefits and plan and design a serviceable residence hall environment.
- Supervisory ability
Date Created: 06/28/85
Date Revised: 12/22/98