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Available Positions

Systems/Network Manager

Posted 02/18/2021
SUNY Cortland – Cortland ASC

Executive Director of Auxiliary Services

Posted 03/31/2021
SUNY Oswego – Auxiliary Services, State University College at Oswego, Inc.

Executive Director of Auxiliary Campus Enterprises and Services

Posted 04/6/2021
State University College at Alfred, Inc.

SUNY CORTLAND

Systems/Network Manager

Schedule: Professional schedule, some nights and weekends at beginning of each semester and periodically required based on business needs

Reports to: Executive Director

Essential Functions of the Job:
  • Responsible for performing all information system requirements of the corporation.
  • Identify and act on opportunities to improve and update software and systems.
  • Interact with Campus personnel to collaborate on the connections of internal networks with the campus network.
  • Participate in the selection and implementation of all operational hardware and software including point of sale, inventory and business administration packages.
  • Act as the technical project leader for costing, installation, user customization, integration with current systems, data conversion and sharing.
  • Oversee all documentation of procedures, inventory, security measures, redundancy and configurations.
  • Develop and implement a preventative maintenance, replacement or upgrade schedule for all hardware and software. Oversee and determine timeframes for major IT projects including system updates, upgrades, migrations and outages
  • Develop end user policies regarding technology usage and security. Run regular checks on network and data security.
  • Install, configure, update and troubleshoot hardware, software, and peripheral technology equipment.
  • Responsible for monitoring and responding to the Technology Work Order system or other end user requests.
  • Perform tasks according to a schedule of preventative maintenance and replacement.
  • Perform periodic assessment of system performance, security barriers, redundancy and backup systems, compliance with current policy and standards.
  • Review technical documentation, confer with users, and conduct computer diagnostics to investigate and resolve problems and to provide technical assistance and support.
  • Supervise IT staff.

 

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology or Computer Science required plus minimum five years of experience working in IT operations.
  • A+ and Microsoft certifications preferred.
  • Successful candidate will have experience or familiarity with:
    • Microsoft Active Directory, Windows Servers, Windows Operating Systems
    • Cisco Firewalls, VLANs, VPNs, and switches
    • DNS, DHCP, IP Addressing
    • Amazon Web Services
    • Office 365
    • Backup Exec
    • SysLog
    • Web Servers
    • VNC
    • HP PCs and Laptops
    • PC Troubleshooting
    • Wireless Networking
    • SMTP – Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
    • PCI – Payment Card Industry requirements
    • Printers, MFPs – Multi Function Printers, and Network Printing
    • Barcodes and Barcode Scanners
    • CBORD Odyssey and Sage
  • Valid driver’s license required.
  • Experience in a Higher Education setting preferred.

 

Physical Requirements:

  • Types for more than 1 hour per day
  • Travel distances between campus buildings
  • Lift 10 lb. routinely, lift 30 lb. occasionally
  • Manipulate small hand tools
  • Performs duties sitting for several hours daily

If interested, please apply online at: www.cortlandasc.com/employment
Posting # 3142
Posting ends: 12/31/2021 or until filled whichever happens first. CAS is an Equal Opportunity Employer

UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO

Executive Director of Faculty Student Association/UBFSA Services LLC DBA Campus Dining and Shops and Three Pillars Catering

Reports to: UB Vice President of Student Life and The Faculty Student Association Board of Directors
 
Position Summary: The Executive Director of the University at Buffalo’s Auxiliary Services organization, a not -for -profit Corporation and affiliate of UB, Faculty Student Association reports directly to the Board of Directors through its Officers and indirectly to the Vice President of Finance and Administration for the University at Buffalo and the Vice President of Student Life.  The Executive Director provides leadership and vision for the auxiliary services corporation and its subsidiaries.  As CEO of the Corporation, the Executive Director has primary responsibilities for all operations and activities and oversees day- to- day management of these functions.  The Executive Director provides direct supervision of the FSA Chief Financial Officer, Human Resource Director, Dining Directors, IT Director, Marketing and Communications Director and an Administrative Assistant.
 
Expected Hours of Work: The Executive Director of the University at Buffalo’s Auxiliary Services organization, a not -for -profit Corporation and affiliate of UB, Faculty Student Association reports directly to the Board of Directors through its Officers and indirectly to the Vice President of Finance and Administration for the University at Buffalo and the Vice President of Student Life.  The Executive Director provides leadership and vision for the auxiliary services corporation and its subsidiaries.  As CEO of the Corporation, the Executive Director has primary responsibilities for all operations and activities and oversees day- to- day management of these functions.  The Executive Director provides direct supervision of the FSA Chief Financial Officer, Human Resource Director, Dining Directors, IT Director, Marketing and Communications Director and an Administrative Assistant.
 
Essential Functions of the Job:
 
Corporate Management
  • Oversees the management and operation of diverse food service operations on campus including catering, concessions, and vending. Participates in and provides guidance for menu planning.
  • Responsible for direct oversight of campus card system and card office, IT department for FSA, Human Resource department for FSA, Accounting department for FSA, and all other departments and services within the FSA.
  • Responsible for implementation of all personnel matters for all employees of the Corporation and for maintaining proper standards for all positions within the corporation. Directs the labor negotiation process for the union collective bargaining agreement.
  • Responsible for recognizing, creating and implementing plans to promote diversity and inclusive excellence within the organization.
  • Monitor, maintain and appropriately control the salary and wage structure throughout the corporation. Administer the allocation of discretionary wage increases when available in order to reward excellence and address disparities where they exist.
  • Annually perform a formal evaluation of all staff under the Executive Director’s direct supervision and supervise each manager’s evaluation of the staff under their jurisdiction, ensuring that all full-time staff receive a formal evaluation at least once each calendar year.
  • Provide optimal utilization of management staff throughout the corporation. Oversee the overall quality of the management staff structure including creation and implementation of specific job objectives consistent with the established policy, procedures and budget.  Foster educational and professional development of the staff.
  • Maintains liquor licenses for the University.

 

Strategic Planning and Vision

  • Provide long-range strategic planning for financial, operational, marketing and facility development for the corporation.
  • Facilitate and coordinate the development of corporate mission and goals, assuring they meet and are consistent with University goals and mission and evaluate the accomplishments of the corporation relative to those missions and goals
  • Participate in relevant state and national auxiliary services professional association and college committees as assigned.
  • Gather and effectively communicate with on-campus resources available to assist the organization in meeting established diversity goals and initiatives.

 

Financial Planning and Strategy, Budget Development

  • Develops, enforces and monitors operating policies and procedures for the corporation as well as the annual and long-range corporate budgets. Reviews the financial and operational performance of CDS departments and develops options to meet budget targets. Provides monthly variance and progress reports to Board of Directors and University liaison.
  • Provides oversight for the development, authorization and maintenance of an appropriate budgetary procedure within the Corporation by-laws and policies. Ensure that the authorized budget procedure is properly administered.  Proposes changes in food meal plans and pricing structures for Board approval.
  • Ensure that the annual budget is prepared and submitted for review by the Finance Committee, Board of Directors and University in accordance with established deadlines. Provides monthly variance and progress reports to the Board of Directors and University liaison.  Maintains financial stability.
  • Ensure that all funds, physical assets and other property of the Corporation are properly safeguarded.
  • Responsible for annual bid process and requests for proposal.

 

Marketing and Business Development

  • Pays special attention to student service issues. Ensure campus stakeholder input on key subjects are integrated into planning and assessment of outcomes. Work to maintain an atmosphere of positive public relations with the entire University community.

 

Board of Directors

  • Routinely and regularly informs the Board of Directors and Officers of the Corporation about the conditions of the Corporation’s services, programs, financial status, and all other significant matters relevant to the Board.
  • Service as member ex-officio (non-voting) on the Board and all of its committees. Chair designated committees if applicable.
  • Work with appropriate University offices and programs with respect to the contractual relationship between FSA and the State of New York.
  • Represent the Board to the employees and staff of FSA; Represent FSA to the general campus.
  • Implement all decisions of the Board of Directors and officers except when execution is otherwise specifically assigned by the corporation by-laws or by action of the Board.
  • Develop specific policies, procedures and programs to implement the general policies of the Board of Directors and its committees and assure these policies, procedures and programs are effectively administered and controlled.
  • Assist the Board in the development of operating plans that support the overall mission of the Corporation and the University within the operational limits of the corporation.
  • Participate in relevant state and national auxiliary services professional association and college committees as assigned.

Additional duties as required or requested.

 

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree required, preferably in business, hospitality or related field; Master’s Degree preferred. A combination of executive level experience and education will be considered.
  • Minimum 8 years of business experience with increasing levels of responsibility
  • Minimum of 5 years in a senior leadership position
  • Demonstrated effective management in an organization of comparable size and complexity, 1500 employees, $43 million in revenue and investments
  • Collaborative management style, and experience managing multiple and diverse constituencies.
  • Excellent analytical, communication, writing, interpersonal, public relations, project management, public speaking and presentation skills.
  • Evidence of strategic planning and tactical skills.
  • Experience in unionized labor management, marketing and public relations, renovation or construction project oversight and familiarity with information technology.
  • Evidence of strong focus on customer service, excellence and quality.

 

Work Environment

  • This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines.
  • This job occasionally will require exposure to a kitchen environment which can be loud and busy. There may be exposure to kitchen hazards such as hot surfaces and liquids, sharp knives, slippery falls, and cleaning products/chemicals.

 

Physical and Mental Demands:

  • Standing, walking, bending, reaching and lifting intermittently throughout the day
  • Exposure to hot and cold temperatures
  • Occasional exposure to high noise levels, wet, slippery floors and odors associated with a kitchen environment.
  • The individual in this position needs to adapt well in the face of workplace stressors such as customer service complaints, maintaining the security of people and property, competing priorities of reasonable and high significance.
  • Extensive computer work
  • Must be able to see, speak, and use both hands or prosthetics that will enable the performance of necessary job functions

 

License/Certification: 

  • Serv-Safe Certification, Instructor/Proctor Certification preferred.
  • Licensed to drive in New York State

 

Background Checks:

  • The selected candidate will be required to complete and pass a background check including criminal history and motor vehicle verification.

 

Travel

  • Daily travel requirements throughout both the North, South, and Downtown campus
  • Limited, may need to attend conferences.

 

Interested applicants can apply at https://myubcard.com/about/jobs

Campus Dining and Shops is committed to ensuring equal employment opportunities without regard to an individual’s race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, gender, pregnancy, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, predisposing genetic characteristics, marital status, familial status, veteran status, military status, domestic violence victim status, or criminal conviction status. Employees, students, applicants or other members of the University community (including but not limited to vendors, visitors, and guests) may not be subjected to harassment that is prohibited by law or treated adversely based upon a protected characteristic.  Campus Dining and Shops policy is in accordance with federal and state laws and regulations prohibiting discrimination and harassment.  These laws include the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as Amended by the Equal Employment Opportunity Act of 1972, and the New York State Human Rights Law. These laws prohibit discrimination and harassment, including sexual harassment and sexual violence.

SUNY OSwego

Executive Director of Auxiliary Services

About SUNY Oswego:

Auxiliary Services, State University College at Oswego, Inc. was formed under the laws governing not-for-profit corporations in the State of New York in 1951 to establish, operate, manage, and promote educationally related services for the benefit of the SUNY Oswego college community. The corporation  self-operates services such as the College Stores, Fallbrook Recreational Center, Resident Dining Services including Resident Dining Centers, Commissary, Bakeshop, and the college=s ID & Meal Plan Office; Retail Dining and Catering facilities including the Fusion Cafe, Marano Campus Center Food Court, Lake Effect Café, The Wall Street Market; and oversight of the contracts for the College Cut, vending, washers and dryers, and the Laker shuttle service in addition to the general administrative offices of the corporation.

Auxiliary Services also funds numerous cultural and social events on campus and sponsors the William R. Tucker and Craig D. Traub Student Employee Scholarships.  Auxiliary Services is governed by a local Board of Directors comprised of students, alumni, faculty, and administrators of SUNY Oswego.  The corporation does not receive subsidies from the State University of New York for any of the services it provides.

EEO Statement: Auxiliary Services is committed to enhancing its diversity across the entire SUNY Oswego campus community.  Auxiliary Services is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and is actively engaged in recruiting, supporting, and fostering a diverse community of outstanding staff and students.  We encourage applications from qualified applicants regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, creed, age, disability, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, familial status, pregnancy, predisposing genetic characteristics, military status, domestic violence victim, SUNY status, or criminal conviction.

Auxiliary Services expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment, based on diversity characteristics listed above, to interfere with the ability of employees to perform their job duties.  Any infractions may result in discipline up to and including discharge.


Job Description:

Auxiliary Services, an independent not-for-profit corporation located at the State University of New York at Oswego, invites applications for a 12- month, full-time, Executive Director.  While this position is affiliated with the campus of SUNY Oswego this is NOT a New York State position.

Date Posted: March 25, 2021

Review Date: Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Benefit Information: Auxiliary Services offers a generous benefit package that includes paid vacation, sick and personal days, group health insurance plans that include PPO or HDHP/HSA options and group dental coverages; a term life insurance and long-term disability plan at no cost to the employee. Retirement plans include a defined contribution plan with employer match and a self-sponsored tax-deferred annuity plan through TIAA. Educational assistance is available.

Date of Appointment: On or Before June 1, 2021

Description of Responsibilities:

Responsible to the Board of Directors and reporting to the President through the Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment, the Executive Director-Auxiliary Services acts as liaison between the Corporation and the Board of Directors.

The Executive Director is responsible for organizing, developing, and implementing all non-academic campus services that are not under the auspices of the State University of New York.  Included among these services are College Stores, Copy Shop, College Cut, Fallbrook, Resident Dining Services including Resident Dining Centers, Commissary, Bakeshop and the college’s ID Office, Retail Dining and Catering, vending, washers and dryers, the campus shuttle bus and Student Accident and Sickness Insurance in addition to the general administrative offices of the Corporation.  Also, Student Association Accounting, Agency Accounting and other services provided within the framework of the Corporation By-Laws and contract with the State University of New York.

The Executive Director will also:

  • Provide for the development, authorization, and administration of an appropriate budget procedure to control fiscal performance of the Corporation within predictable limits.
  • Ensure that all funds, physical assets, and other property owned by or assigned to the Corporation are appropriately safeguarded, productive, and well maintained.
  • Approve capital expenditures of a routine nature.  Recommend to the Board of Directors for approval capital expenditure items that are of significant financial impact and/or represent a change in the Corporations’ strategy.
  • Oversee the management of the pension fund.
  • Coordinate effective relationships with labor organizations and maintain contractual commitments consistent with basic Corporation policies and objectives.
  • Negotiate and coordinate with companies who may provide services to the Corporation on a contractual basis and recommend if it is in the best interest of the Corporation.
  • Formulate personnel policies that provide equitable treatment for all employees and ensure that these policies are consistently applied.
  • Responsible for developing and maintaining a suitable organization structure to provide for optimal utilization of managers throughout the corporation.  To this end, see that the organization is staffed with competent people, delegated authority, and compensated commensurately with their responsibilities, that appropriate limitations of their authority are defined and understood with respect to policy, commitments, expenditures, and actions affecting personnel, and that managers are continually being developed and trained so that qualified successors are available for major positions as needed.
  • Maintain direct communication with students, faculty, staff, alumni, and administration to solicit their ideas and recommendations.
  • Develop specific procedures and programs to implement the general policies established by the Board of Directors and further ensure that these procedures and programs, as well as divisional objectives, are consistent with the Corporation’s goals.
  • Recommend to the Board of Directors long range plans and policies that take full advantage of the potentialities of the divisions in enhancing services to students, faculty, staff, and administration.
  • Implement decisions of the Board of Directors except where execution is otherwise specifically assigned by the By-Laws or by action of the Board.
  • Prepare all required documents for timely review by the Board of Director’s and submit to appropriate State officials.
  • Interpret policies of the Board of Directors and State regulations as they relate to the Corporation, where needed.

SUNY Oswego works continuously to create an inclusive environment which respects, embraces, and promotes cultural safety, belonging, civil discourse, cultural humility, and other values and goals outlined in SUNY Oswego’s Strategic Diversity and Inclusion Plan (https://www.oswego.edu/diversity/). As such, the Executive Director-Auxiliary Services will be expected to contribute to these efforts and possess communication and interpersonal skills necessary to engage effectively with an increasingly diverse community of students and colleagues.


Requirements:

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree at time of application
  • Administrative experience including financial management, staff supervision and facilities management.
  • Commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Demonstrated sensitivity to working with diverse constituencies including a diverse student body and student-focused attitude

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree
  • 5-7 years progressive managerial experience in retail/service environment
  • Demonstrated fiscal and business management skills to include budgeting, cash flow, balance sheet and P&L.
  • Strong work ethic and experience in fiscal planning, marketing, retail, customer service and team building
  • Experience working within a university or a non-profit organization.
  • Demonstrated ability to work closely with other institutional departments, faculty, professional staff, and students.
  • Demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion as evidenced in professional work, professional development, and/or service.


Additional Information:

Background check will be conducted for finalist.


Application Instructions:

To Apply Submit:

  • Cover letter
  • A personal statement describing your demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion in your professional or personal life or community engagement
  • Resume
  • Copy of unofficial transcript for required degree showing degree awarded and date conferred or program in progress.
  • Contact information for three professional references, including at least one reference from a current or former manager (only the three referees listed in your Interview Exchange application can be considered and contacted)

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STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE AT ALFRED

Executive Director of Auxiliary CAMPUS ENTERPRISES AND SERVICES

Auxiliary Campus Enterprises and Services (A.C.E.S.) State University College at Alfred, Inc. is incorporated under the New York State Not For Profit Law. It is the Corporation’s mission to establish, operate, manage and promote educationally related services for the benefit of the campus community, including faculty, staff, and students in harmony with the educational mission and goals of the College. The Office of the Executive Director is responsible for the organization, supervision, and coordination of the Corporation’s administrative and fiscal activity, personnel affairs, and assigned space. The Office also serves as the liaison with the college administration.

The Executive Director is responsible to the ACES Board of Directors for the day to day management activities along with the authority to make administrative decisions regarding financial and business affairs of the corporation within the SUNY Auxiliary Service Guidelines.
Application review will begin May 1st, 2021 and will continue until the position is filled.
ACES is committed to ensuring equal employment, without regard to an individual’s race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, gender characteristics, marital status, veteran status, military status.

For further inquiries, or to apply, mail letter of application, and resume to:

Director of Human Resources
jobs@acesalfred.co

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