The Department of Recreation Services at Syracuse University is seeking to hire an Associate Director for Tennity Ice Pavilion as an integral part of the Department of Recreation Services senior leadership team and critical to the success of current and future operations. He/She will direct and administer services for students, faculty and staff that create a safe, positive environment and enhance students’ educational experiences inside and outside of the classroom.
He/She will be responsible for leadership and development of Tennity Ice Pavilion operations that includes management of Tennity Ice Pavilion, Learn to Skate programs, and special events. The Associate Director will employ the latest student and professional staff development techniques, as well as progressive programs, technologies and customer-centered services, to best serve the students and university community at Syracuse.
Construction is now well underway on the Barnes Center at The Arch, a new health and wellness complex that will open in fall 2019. The new complex will provide students, faculty and staff a brand new space to improve their health and engage with a myriad of wellness resources as they balance the rigors of academic life and the pursuit of personal success.
The state-of-the-art complex at the transformed Archbold Gymnasium is designed as a vibrant hub for student services that will provide holistic support with comprehensive medical care, wellness resources and mental health support. The fully accessible complex will bring together the Counseling Center, the Office of Health Promotion, Health Services, Recreation Services and the Office of Student Assistance in one central location, helping to ensure a seamless approach to coordinating student services and promoting collaboration among student offices.
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