Campus Recreation seeks candidates for an Assistant Director, Campus Recreation Membership position. The individual selected will assist in directing the membership operations function of Campus Recreation and its facilities as well as overseeing the customer service function.
To learn more about Campus Recreation please visit: http://campusrec.auburn.edu/
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Manages and oversees the Campus Recreation membership services, including developing policies and procedures, membership structure & fees; administering membership fees; answering membership inquiries, providing tours and presentations about the facilities and programs and providing oversight of the customer service function.
Oversees the development, implementation, and monitoring of short and long-range plans for membership services, consistent with the mission of the university and goals of the Division of Student Affairs.
Develops, conducts, and evaluates surveys and other research methodologies to ensure membership needs and concerns are met (e.g., new equipment purchases and program improvements).
Works with other units on campus to provide development opportunities for Campus Recreation’s full time and part-time staff and students.
Performs varied public relations and marketing functions to promote departmental programs and facilities. E.g., Talons, Admissions, Athletics, Alumni Affairs, Human Resources, and Student Affairs.
Participates in the development and administration of the departmental budget, particularly as it relates to membership budget analysis and projections.
Prepares a variety of reports relating to membership activities and operations.