032.6 Facility Supervisors
|Created by: Pat Teague on 2/5/1999|
|Category: 0 - General Administration; 30 - Visitors|
|Current File: 032.6|
|Adoption Date: 12/15/1998|
|Reviewed for Currency: 12/15/1998|
|Replaces File: 032.6|
|Date of Origin: 11/16/1982|
|In Archive? Yes|
032.6 Facility Supervisors
Furman University facilities are to be used primarily to support the instructional program and the related activities of its students. Facility supervisors are needed in order to assure that each facility is properly maintained and used so that the best interests of the University are promoted.
Each facility on campus is under the immediate jurisdiction of a facility supervisor. Facility supervisors are responsible for providing general management and supervision of the facility under their charge.
1. Responsibilities of the facility supervisor include: Scheduling use of the facility so authorized programs operate under optimum conditions. If groups are to be charged for use of the facility, the charge amount will be determined after consultation with the Director of Budget Services. The Controller/Director of Financial Services is to be notified of each event for which charges are to be made. (Exceptions to this procedure are the rooms used for instruction. The Registrar makes up the schedule for classes, labs, etc., for the daytime program. Continuing Education schedules use of the academic facilities for evening programs and summer programs. Graduate Studies/Summer Session schedules use of academic facilities, June to September, 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Other uses of space in Furman Hall and Plyler Hall are scheduled in the Office of Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean.) Establishing and publishing operating policies for the facility in accordance with the Policy on Policies. (See Policies and Procedures Manual, File 000.5) Establishing with the authorized users and in coordination with the Public Safety Department a security plan for the facility. This plan might include the lock/unlock schedules, issuance of keys, locking of assigned areas, etc. Acting as a point of coordination with Facilities Services. Major maintenance work will be scheduled through the facility supervisor so that programs conducted in the facility will not be disrupted. Facility supervisors are to report to Facilities Services any major inadequacies in housekeeping and/or maintenance. Being informed about renovations and structural work in the facility. Supporting the Public Safety Department in maintaining safe conditions in the facility. Accepting budget responsibility for the "public" areas of the facility. Keeping the person to whom the facility supervisor reports informed about the facility and problems that have not been solved. Complying with the provisions of the policy relative to the posting of materials on and/or within the facility. (See Policies and Procedures Manual, File 330.5)
2. Current facility supervisors are as follows:
3. Facility supervisors report to their immediate supervisors in regards to matters concerning campus facilities.