Job Title: Executive Director of Auxiliary Services and Business Enterprises
Job ID: 21702
Location: College of Staten Island
Reporting to the Vice President for Economic Development, Continuing Studies, and Government Relations, the Executive Director will perform the following duties and responsibilities:
- Leads the administration, management, and supervision of major support services, including dining, the campus bookstore, parking, Dolphin ID cards, student residential housing, accounting/payroll, pouring rights/vending operations, and lease operations. - Leads the development/management of Auxiliary policies/procedures, develops service benchmarks; identifies areas for improvement ensuring alignment with the college mission and strategic plan. - Provides administrative support for the Auxiliary Services Board; cultivates a productive relationship with the Board to advance the mission of Auxiliary Services. - Maintains pace with national industry standards and best practices, and continuously advances the implementation of innovative and entrepreneurial practices. - Leads the development/management of budgets on a self-sustaining financial basis. Identifies, analyzes and communicates variances to stakeholders. - Serves as an effective liaison between Auxiliary Services and other college offices through partnerships and collaborations ensuring the highest levels of customer service for diverse constituents in which quality and price are appropriately balanced. - Champions/promotes the value of Auxiliary Services’ business enterprises to students, faculty, and staff. - Directs vendor relations management, including developing/negotiating contract terms, key performance indicators, and monitoring contract/vendor performance and delivery. - Recruits, retains unionized and non-unionized staff; develops an energetic and robust workplace environment that fosters a culture of teamwork, collaboration, professional development, performance accountability, and commitment to excellence. - Negotiates collective bargaining agreements for unionized employees; implements terms/conditions of employment for all employees. Maintains confidentiality of sensitive and privileged information. - Oversees the implementation of new software/technology improving efficiency, performance, and services. - Directs the preparation/maintenance of a variety of narrative, financial, and statistical records, files and prepares reports related to Auxiliary and Business Enterprise programs, budgets, compliance, services, funds, financial activities, and personnel. - Ensures compliance with federal, state, local laws and tax codes. - Recommends new and innovative business opportunities in order to generate new revenue streams, and assesses the financial viability of those ventures. - Implements marketing strategies and business developments to expand the operations of Auxiliary Services. - Strategically identifies areas where there are cost savings, revenue and generating opportunities. - Performs other duties and responsibilities as required.
This position is in CUNY's Executive Compensation Plan. All executive positions require a minimum of a Bachelor's degree and eight years' related experience.
Preferred qualifications include: - Experience in a diverse, public educational setting or a demonstrated understanding of the culture and operations of public educational institutions. - Experience in operating or managing a related, large, and complex business enterprise.
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
Salary commensurate with education and experience.
HOW TO APPLY
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