Director of Operations

Summary The Director of Operations will report to the Vice President of Operations and will be responsible for the budgetary control, safety compliance, regulatory compliance, personnel management, scheduling, strategic planning, asset management, facility maintenance, event preparation, event management, emergency action planning, sanctioning body coordination / support, governmental relations, contract reviews, contractor supervision, construction supervision / management, and overall supervision of the Operations department. Which consists of Security, Fire / Safety, Airport, Hall of Fame, Maintenance, Parking, and Reserved Camping operations. The above listed duties and responsibilities may also be amended, added to, or supplemented as the development of the facility evolves, the business model of the company changes, or management deems necessary. Emergency Action Planning Develop and communicate emergency action plans for the facility in conjunction with governmental agencies supporting the facility and company guidelines Communicate emergency action plans to all facility employees and supervise training in the responsibilities and responses in various scenarios for all facility departments Work in conjunction with other departments at the facility to develop emergency messaging to facility guests, competitors, and employees during times of potential threats to the facility Review the facility EAP for accuracy an update any information which may have changed from the last publication Sanctioning Body Coordination/Support Coordinate with the sanctioning body for events at the facility to ensure that the Operations department's areas of responsibility are in compliance with the standards set for the event Coordinate with the sanctioning body prior to events on any changes that may need to be made to the facility or operational plans for the event Coordinate with the sanctioning body on any infrastructure needs they may have prior to the event Governmental Relations Maintain relations and lines of communication, coordination, and involvement with all governmental entities and agencies having jurisdiction over or any role in supporting events held at the facility Contract Reviews Review and approve contracts involving the various segments of the Operations department in conjunction with the managers of those various segments Review contracts to ensure that all of the needs for a given service are being met within the terms, conditions, and limitations of the contract Coordinate with the marketing department on any potential marketing deals being made that would involve any assets, services, or budgets involving any aspect of the Operations department or its various segments  Review constructioncontracts involving any aspect of facility construction Develop and review service contracts for events at the facility Contractor Supervision Supervise the contractor provided services for the facility that pertain to any aspect of the Operations department's responsibilities  Coordinate scheduling and facility access with the contractors performing services at the facility Supervise the safety programs of the contractors and ensure that every contractor is in compliance with standard work safety practices for the services they provide Ensure that all contractors are in compliance with all legal, regulatory, and industry standards for the services they provide Construction Supervision/Management Supervise all construction projects performed at the facility Coordinate with contractors and company departments in developing plans and schedules for completing the construction projects Work in conjunction with company departments, contractors, and facility staff in developing plans and scope of work for various construction projects to be completed at the facility Identify facility infrastructure needs and assist in budgeting for the costs of the construction for those needs Manage construction projects and applicable constructionbudgets for construction projects performed by the facility and not involving company level project management Supervision of the Operations Department Employees Supervise the daily routine of the maintenance department's employees and the daily maintenance of the facility Schedule and approve payrolls for all maintenance department employees Provide annual evaluations of the maintenance department employees and the Managers of the various Operations department segments Schedule all maintenance department employees work schedules and task assignments for events  Qualifications Bachelor's Degree (B.A.) and/or 3-5 years of work experience in the outdoor entertainment/event production industry (racetrack, stadium, or other fast-paced entertainment venue). 5 - 10 years experience in a facility management role Experience with accounts payable, payroll processing, financialreporting and budgeting. Valid driver's license.  Will need to successfully pass a driver's license authorization. High degree of initiative and know-how to organize/prioritize, and ability to see projects through to completion. Good computer skills, including MS Office Basic knowledge of building codes, construction practices, OSHA requirements and paving / concrete maintenance / upkeep Ability to work with multiple sanctioning bodies Excellent communication and time management skills with friendly and professional demeanor. Must be able to work in a team environment interacting with multiple departments. Must be well organized with attention to detail. Must possess a positive attitude, self-confidence, professionalism, integrity, motivation, and a very strong work ethic. Ability and willingness to work nights, weekends, and holidays as business requires - this person is often the first one in to start the day and the last to leave at the end of the day. Ability to lift 50# or more. Routine exposure to extreme heat/cold and loud noise conditions. Ability to climb ladders, stairs, and work on various lift/platforms at various heights and in confined spaces.
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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