Applications are being accepted for our part-time Recreation Attendant position for various evening and weekend hours. The starting wage for this position is $10.50 per hour. Must be at least 16 years of age.
Under the direction of the Assistant Recreation Director, this part-time position assists in the operation of the Community Center and in the delivery of recreational programs and opportunities to the community.
Essential Functions (with or without reasonable accommodation)
- Open, close, and supervise the facility during business hours.
- Set up recreational and athletic equipment.
- Supervise scorekeepers and timers and verify work of athletic officials.
- Assist in coordinating the activities of volunteers.
- Respond to citizen inquiries, complaints and information requests.
- Assist the public, answer questions, provide direction, and direct phone calls.
- Assist in scheduling facility usage, issuing equipment, and registering program participants.
- Interact in a positive, customer-oriented manner with patrons.
- Complete and file information as needed, including accident/incident forms.
- Serve as a liaison between Recreation Department Management and parents/participants in recreation programs.
- Perform additional duties as assigned.
Essential Physical and Environmental Demands
- Work indoors, but occasionally outdoors during periods of hot, cold, windy and/or wet conditions.
- Frequently sit, stand and/or walk/move about the facility.
- Continually hear to communicate telephonically and face to face.
- Continually speak to communicate telephonically and face to face.
- Continually see to supervise the facilities, scorekeepers, time keepers and officials, operate office equipment, fill out paperwork, set up athletic equipment and perform room set-ups.
- Frequently use manual dexterity to operate office equipment, conduct room set-ups, and operate/set up athletic equipment.
- Lift up to 45 pounds occasionally.
Education, Training, License, Certification and Experience
- First aid and CPR certification.
- Must possess a valid driver’s license.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Ability to operate office equipment such as a photocopier, fax machine, and telephone.
- Basic knowledge of recreational and athletic programs and equipment.
- Ability to work with large crowds, organize groups and deal with youth.
- Ability to calmly handle difficult situations that may arise with unhappy or dissatisfied parents.
- Ability to operate scoreboard and time keeping equipment.
- Ability to read and write proficiently.
- Basic mathematical and money-changing skills.
- Basic computer skills.
- Basic supervisory skills.
- Ability to communicate effectively.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relations with city officials, volunteers, members of the public, employees and patrons.
- Ability to work varying schedules, including nights and weekends.
- Ability to consistently maintain regular and dependable attendance.
Note: Background check and drug screen will follow all conditional offers of employment.