-Must be able to attend Colgate home athletic events as assigned. -Disperses daily practice laundry and equipment, assists with the repair and maintenance of all sport-related apparel, gear and equipment. -Performs a variety of duties related to an intercollegiate equipment room, including periodic equipment inventories, inventory control, receiving, checking and recording shortages in daily UPS, deliveries per protocol. -Prepare and issuance of competition uniforms, locker room set up of both home and visitors for events. -Operation of sanitation type machines for equipment. -Other duties as assigned by the Director or Assistant Director of Equipment Services. -Responsible for day-to-day problem solving of athletic equipment. -Adheres to OSHA requirements and NCAA regulations to equipment safety. -Issues, collects and maintains computerized records of lockers and locks when appropriate. -Provides oversight and guidance of student workers when applicable.
- Must possess a valid driver’s license in accordance with the university MVR policy. -Must possess ability to repair equipment and operate commercial laundry machinery. -Must be capable of proper usage and safety in basic power tools. -Must be capable of working collegially with a diverse group of constituents on a daily basis. -Must have exemplary record of work performance and attendance. -Proficient use of computer to include Microsoft Office. -Ability to troubleshoot and problem solve. -Ability to work as part of a team.
-Prior experience in a college equipment environment highly preferred.
Requires high school diploma or equivalent.
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