Director Lubin House Operations
New York, NY
Commensurate with Experience
Standard University business hours
8:30am – 5:00pm (academic year)
8:00am – 4:30pm (summer)
Hours may vary based on operational needs.
New York, NY
Unionized Position Code
The Director will manage all operations of Lubin House in NYC,
assuring effective functioning of facility including management of
$1.2M budget, 10 staff, and physical space including guest rooms,
event spaces, offices, and an art gallery. The Director addresses
all routine, scheduled and emergency maintenance issues through
coordination with building management, Campus Planning, Design and
Construction and external vendors.
The Director works with various city offices on required
inspections of the building ( DOB, FDNY, DOH, third party elevator
inspectors). Promotes the use of Lubin House with the leadership,
faculty and staff at the University.
This position is located at Lubin House, Syracuse University’s home
base for New York City operations, at East 61st Street in
Manhattan. The expected salary range for this position in New York
City is $115,000 – $140,000 annually. Employment offers at Syracuse
University are based on a combination of factors including, but not
limited to, the job responsibilities; the candidate’s education,
training, work experience and key competencies; the university’s
strategic priorities; internal peer equity; applicable federal,
state, local laws, grant funding and contractual requisites; and
external market analyses.
Job Specific Qualifications
- Bachelor’s degree required.
- Demonstrated experience in facility management is
- A minimum of 5+ years of facilities management experience
managing modern buildings is preferred.
- Strong knowledge/demonstrated experience in facility
operations, building maintenance and event planning.
- Familiarity with NYC building and fire codes.
- Strong a/v and computer skills preferred.
- Strong organizational and communication skills.
- Detail oriented.
- Ability to be flexible in hours and responsibilities on any
Manage all operations of Lubin House including $1.2M budget, the
facility (12 guest rooms, six function rooms, and art gallery and
several offices and personnel (six operations staff, three events
staff and Director of the Fisher Center.
Work with NYS and NYC agencies to ensure building is up to code,
and up to date on all required inspections. Work with Campus
Planning, Design and Construction and external vendors on building
repairs and upgrades. Serve as primary contact for all vendors (
HVAC, Fire Safety, elevator, water treatment, etc.); coordinate
building access through campus; serve as on-call emergency
Promote Lubin House within the SU community (leadership, faculty,
Other duties as required.
In addition to completing an online application, please attach a
resume and cover letter.
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