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Venue Operations Specialist (temporary, part-time)

at United States Olympic Committee

Posted: 10/9/2019
Job Status: Part Time
Job Reference #: 08c6a011-7833-414d-9e2c-440f224a5d51

Job Description

Summary

   

Perform the set-up, tear down, and maintenance of the CSOTC sports venues, equipment, and meeting rooms in accordance with established policy referenced in the Venues Team Policy and Procedures. Be the secondary contact (OTC Operations is the first) for approved user groups (e.g., NGB, USOC and community groups). Provide excellent customer service to all visitors and guests.

Duties & Responsibilities

   
  • Perform the set-up, tear down, operation, and maintenance of all sports venues, equipment and meeting rooms on the Colorado Springs OTC Complex. Conduct periodic inspections outlined in Venues Policies of the sports venues, equipment and meeting rooms and report any concerns to the Venues Management Team. Ensure that meeting rooms, gyms, hallways, etc look presentable and professional at all times.

  • Assure a high level of sanitation and safety is maintained in all areas of the CSOTC Venues. Be willing to learn and demonstrate a working knowledge after six months of venue operations. Create work orders and report maintenance problems via daily shift reports, safety hazards, and equipment repair needs to the Venue Operations Assistant Manager.

  • Exhibit friendly customer service to all users. Enforce all Venues policies, rules, and operating procedures including. Adhere to USOC Game Plan, Core Values, and Goals. Communicate clearly and thoroughly with Venue Teammates via daily shift reports, phone calls, and meetings. Communicate, plan and assist venue teammates with department responsibilities as needed.

  • First responder as needed by way of Red Cross certification in CPR and First Aid in emergency situations at any OTC venue. USOC will train and pay for CPR and First Aid certification. Second responder to bloodborne pathogen contamination.

  • Perform other duties as required or assigned

Minimum Qualifications Required

   
 

Education:

   
  • High school diploma, vocational training or equivalent experience
    

Licensure & Certification:

   
  • Valid driver’s license

  • Fork lift/pallet jack operator’s license/certification (or ability to get upon hire)
  • CPR and First Aid Certification and Bloodborne Pathogens Certification (or ability to get upon hire)

    

Experience:

   
  • Experience or willingness to learn about athletic equipment set-up, dismantling, and movement, including national and international specifications

  • Experience or willingness to learn about computer operation

    

Skills:

   
  • Ability to work non-traditional hours, including weekends, evenings and holidays

  • Ability to travel, as required

    

Tools, Equipment, & Conditions

   
  • Sports Venues environment – respond to emergencies as needed

  • Prolonged standing/walking

  • Lift, carry, move equipment up to 50 pounds

  • Exposed to weather conditions during equipment loading or event supervision

  • Standard office equipment

  • Personal computer and related software

  • Telephone systems

  • Athletic and sports related equipment

  • Electronic athletic timing/scoring systems

  • Commercial-type vehicles

  • Fork lift/pallet jack

  • Golf cart

  • Computerized message board

  • Standard audiovisual equipment

    

Work Location

   

Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center

  Hiring Range:  $11.97 - $15.19