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Operations Director

The RTC Operations Director manages non-academic staff (Facilities Supervisor, Marine Superintendent, Laboratory Coordinator, Caretaker, Conference Center Coordinator, and Financial Coordinator); liaises with faculty and scientists; and is the primary contact for main campus administrators in Human Resources and Risk Management, Physical Planning and Development, and the College of Science & Engineering. Responsibilities include all aspects of RTC's facilities including daily operations, tenant leases, health and safety training and compliance, and serves as the primary responder in emergency situations. The Operations Director works with the Director to implement the strategic plan and with the Facilities Supervisor on long-term planning and special projects.
Bachelor's degree, or equivalent professional experience; seven+ years of progressively more responsible experience in operations management; supervisory experience; project management experience; knowledge of health and safety training/compliance regulations; ability to analyze, prioritize, negotiate and respond effectively to a complex mix of scientific, technical and management needs; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of stakeholders; must be computer/network literate.
Refer to San Francisco State University online job posting for full position description and experience requirements. Full-time management position. Anticipated annual salary based on experience ($60,000 to $85,000). No phone calls. Applications accepted only via SF State University online system. Refer to Job # 4055.
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//www.sfsu.edu/ hrwww/Employment_HRMS/employment/jobs.html
SF State is an Equal Opportunity/Americans with Disabilities Act employer and has a strong commitment to the principles of diversity.

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