DRAFT: Should people who don't speak Spanish be excluded from public jobs?

Recently I saw the following job post:


Our client is looking for a: Senior Director of Facilities and Operations to supervise the physical plant of a university with two campuses containing a mix of buildings (520,000 square feet total)
• The Senior Director will report to the VP of Finance and Administration.


I noticed this job like many others I often see required, "Conversational Spanish", and wondered what this country is coming to since without saying so it practically excludes anyone who isn't Hispanic. 


This isn't a job were the person hired will be working closely with or directing lots of people who only speak Spanish, this is a University setting where the type of people this person reports to and the Mangers that report to them all speak English.