Director of Auxiliary Enterprises, Risk Management and Security
General Statement of Job Function
The Director of Auxiliary Enterprises, Risk Management and Security directs and leads the following Seminary operations with the responsibility for meeting key goals and objectives: enterprise risk management, security and safety, and auxiliary enterprises, including campus housing, facilities rental to outside organizations, student center food services and furniture procurement. The director also provides fiscal and budgetary oversight in these areas.
- Identify, analyze, and manage risk and loss control through the creation and maintenance of a comprehensive enterprise risk management program including comprehensive crisis response and disaster recovery plans.
- Ensure timely renewal of Seminary insurance policies, including working closely with broker(s) on risk analysis and determination of appropriate levels of property, casualty, and liability insurance coverage. Investigate personal injury accidents and property loss incidents on campus, and work with insurance companies in the filing and fulfillment of claims. Maintain claims history and detailed records.
- Develop risk assessment processes, policies, and protocols, ensuring that programs and plans are updated as needed.
- Establish education and training initiatives to ensure community is well versed in safety, risk management and crisis response policies and protocols.
- Ensure compliance with state, local and federal safety regulations, DOE reporting regulations (e.g., The Clery Act and Title IX) and other laws and regulations as appropriate.
- Oversee campus security and safety programs to ensure the welfare and protection of the campus community and property.
- Oversee apartment leasing and operations. Recruit, hire and ensure training and development of Housing Assistant Director of Student Housing and Auxilaries. Monitor income against budget as well as expenditures to ensure attainment of bottom-line contribution. Oversight requires coordination with Director of Facilities.
- Manage rental of Seminary facilities by outside organizations and individuals. Oversee the rental process, documentation, collections, and policy enforcement. Facilitate outside event success. Recommend rental rates and policies to senior administration as needed.
- Oversee food service operations, coordinating with the student center food service contractor and vending machine contractor, to ensure quality products and good customer service are being provided to students, faculty, and staff.
- Purchase office furniture, working with vendors to achieve the procurement of products at the greatest value to the Seminary.
- Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; benchmarking best practices and participating in professional societies.
- A bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience, preferably in business or management
- Education, training, or experience in auxiliary management and/or risk management at an institution of higher education preferred.
- Minimum of five years of experience in operational management is necessary to meet the requirements of this position.
- Committed personal relationship with Jesus Christ required and a lifestyle consistent with the Seminary’s Community Values and Behavioral Commitments.
- Agreement with Denver Seminary’s statement of faith.
- Must have the strategic, analytical, and technical ability to organize, communicate and manage projects effectively, accurately, and confidentially.
- Leadership, innovation, and interpersonal skills are required to effectively action changes in management directives.
- Operations and personnel management skills and experience, as well as strong oral and written communication skills are required.
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office products and general office practices required.
Denver Seminary prepares men and women to engage the needs of the world with the redemptive power of the Gospel and the life-changing truth of Scripture. Through our educational programs and mentoring process, the Seminary challenges students to grow spiritually, intellectually, and professional to lead God’s people in the accomplishment of His mission in the world. The position of Director of Auxiliary Enterprises, Risk Management and Security supports this mission by:
- Risk management, security and auxiliary enterprise cost centers are managed within budget parameters.
- Accurate and timely analysis, recommendations and reporting are provided to support management decision making.
- High quality of internal and external customer service is maintained in all areas of responsibility.
- Policies and procedures related to areas of oversight that are up-to-date, clearly communicated, widely understood, and consistently enforced.
- Goals related to areas of oversight are set and achieved annually in support of the Strategic Framework set forth by the Vice President of Finance and the President.
- The Seminary community and campus property are properly safeguarded, and the Seminary community can respond safely and effectively to an emergency.
- Liability and property loss risks have been assessed and effectively reduced/mitigated. A current crisis management plan and disaster recovery plan are in place.
- Federal Higher Education Opportunity Act (Department of Education) requirements and other laws and regulations are met.
Typical Physical Demands and Working Conditions
Work is performed in an office environment and involves extensive contact with staff members, faculty, and administration. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb stairs; balance; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; talk or hear; taste or smell. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Ability to read, analyze, and interpret common technical journals, financial reports, and legal documents is needed. The ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies, or members of the business community is required.
Denver Seminary is an equal opportunity employer committed to excellence in all areas of ministry and operations.
Willingness to support Denver Seminary’s vision, sign the National Association of Evangelicals Faith Statement, and abide by the Seminary’s Community Values and Behavioral Commitments is required.