Manager on Duty /ICE

Under the supervision of the General Manager, assists with the management of the entire scope of the facility.
Must uphold a professional appearance and demeanor at all times
Supervising rink employees
Assists in scheduling staff with attention to payroll budget
Management of day-to-day operations that include, but are not limited to: programs, events, and physical facilities
Ability to perform all job duties at facility if necessary
Executes policies and procedures professionally and accurately
Maintains a clean and safe facility
Communicates professionally verbally and in writing
Promptly responds to emails and phone calls
Ensures and promotes excellent customer service
Immediate and complete reporting of all liability issues
Working knowledge of POS system
Responsible for all cash handling including reconciling petty cash daily, and daily bank deposits
Responsible for leading training sessions and meetings for staff under the direction of the General Manager
Generates reports under the direction of the General Manager
Maintains confidentiality
Performs any other related or similar duty as assigned
Work is performed in several settings:
An office environment
A recreational facility
Working indoors and outdoors
Some off-site promotion
Facilities which include working on ice
This position can involve sitting, standing, walking, running, stooping, lifting, carrying, pushing, pulling and ice skating.
Standard office equipment that includes computers, fax and copy machines, telephones, and cash registers. Maintenance and cleaning equipment that include ice resurfacers, ice maintenance equipment, skate sharpeners, vacuums, mops and any other equipment associated with use in a recreational facility.
High school graduate or equivalent
Management experience is preferred
Ice resurfacing experience is preferred
Must be available to work a flexible schedule that includes evenings, weekends, and holidays
Certifications in CPR, AED, and First Aid are preferred
You must complete entire application process in order to be considered for a position.

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