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JOB SUMMARY: Under the direction and supervision of the Superintendent of Recreation and Revenue Facilities, the Recreation Supervisor oversees the organization and coordination of the Park District Preschool program, before & after school program, summer camp program, teen, and other programs as assigned.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Oversees all development, implementation, and operation of programs in relation to Preschool, Before and After School Care, Summer Camps, Teens, Performing Arts and other youth enrichment programming and Special Events as it pertains to the role. Coordinates across multiple sites. • Develops plans and activity calendars in the areas of before and after school, fun days off of school, summer camps, and program trips. • Fills in for part-time recreational staff in the areas of preschool, before and after school, summer camp, teen programs as necessary. This includes driving 14 - passenger bus. • Monitors program participation and takes proactive steps for both low enrollment and waiting lists. • Prepares weekly and monthly board reports, statistical reports, and evaluations of recreation programs via Rec Trac and Survey Monkey. • Participates and leads program user focus groups. • Accountable for the profit and loss of programs as well as creating and monitoring department budget. • Writes a departmental business plan and oversees the long-term planning for the department. • Ensures that sufficient recreational supplies and materials are available by ordering and maintaining inventory. • Prepares accurate and appropriate program and facility information for seasonal brochures. • Supervises part-time staff by communicating job expectations, job training, work schedules, work related responsibilities, coaching, performance management, engagement, training and enforcement of policies and procedures. • Demonstrates, supports, and enforces Park District customer services standards. • Establishes, supports, and maintains positive and collaborative efforts with internal and external customers and organizations. • Demonstrates, leads, and supports the Park District’s mission statement, vision, and core values. • Maintains a proactive approach to safety and risk management and performs all job tasks within the rules and guidelines of the Addison Park District’s safety program. • Participates in implementing and evaluating sound risk management and procedures. • Serves on various district committees. • Performs other duties and functions as directed.
SECONDARY DUTIES: • Applies for and secure Day Camp Accreditation with America Camp Association (ACA). • Assists with and/or attend park district special events. • Solicits sponsors and donations for programs. • Attends meetings and participate in IPRA, PDRMA, and local community agencies, associations, and organizations. • Attends professional conferences, and workshops in related areas of responsibility. • On call as needed.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: • BA/BS in Parks & Recreation, Early Education, Physical Education, Performing Arts or related field. • Minimum of (3-5) years of experience in related field. • Knowledge of principals, methods, and techniques of creating and implementing youth programs. • Minimum of (2) years of supervisory experience. • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite including Outlook, Word, Excel, Power Point, and Publisher. • Secure Day Camp Director Certificate from American Camp Association (ACA) within 6 months of hiring. • Must have a valid Driver’s License subject to background review. • Must be CPR, First Aid, and AED certified within six (6) months of hiring.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: • Experience using Rec Trac. • Experience using Applicant Pro or related new hiring software. • Experience using InCode, or similar, Finance Software. • Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP). • Bi-lingual English/Spanish.
In exchange for your time and talent, we offer a generous benefit package, including: • Medical Coverage • Dental Coverage • Vision Coverage • Employee Wellness Programs and Incentives • Life Insurance (Basic and Additional Voluntary) • AFLAC Indemnity Plans • Participation in IMRF (Retirement, Disability, Life) • Nationwide Retirement Solutions 457 Plan • Paid Holidays • Vacation Time • Sick Time • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) • A Variety of Park District Memberships and Privileges.
The Director of Recreation is responsible for the overall direction of the Recreation Department which includes the marketing functions of the district as well. This position has three full-time Recreation Managers that directly report to them and two other full-time staff in the department. At peak staffing times total staff levels are around 300 staff. This individual manages an annual budget of $3 Million. Major program areas include Beyond the Bell (after school program), Summer Day Camp, Seedlings Preschool, Fitness Center, Stingray Bay Aquatic Center, Athletic programs including the Tomaso Sports Complex, Special Events, a Theater program, and many independent contractors on and off-site providing services.
JOB REQUIREMENT OVERVIEW:
Minimum Qualifications are Bachelors’ degree in parks and recreation administration, or related field is required. Certified Park and Recreation Professional preferred. 5 years of progressive managerial experience in the recreation or related field. Demonstrate ability to manage multiple projects at the same time. Demonstrate ability to manage a diverse group of staff toward agency goals and objectives. Work extended hours including nights, weekends, and holidays, as necessary. Must possess a valid Illinois State Driver’s License. First Aid, AED, and CPR certification or the ability to obtain such within 90 days. Prior to employment, a successful criminal background check and physical/drug test by a Park District approved physician must be completed.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/RESPONSIBILITIES OVERVIEW:
Provide professional management and oversight of all recreation programs, membership facilities, and marketing functions of the district. Understand and implement the District’s mission and values statements and provide supervision of staff to ensure policies and procedures are being followed. Develop and lead a highly effective team of employees through proper recruiting, hiring, training, coaching, empowerment, delegation, motivation, and recognition. Oversee the program operations at the REC Center and Aquatic Center to ensure space is utilized efficiently and effectively. Work with your team to develop and sustain effective programming and always be looking forward toward innovative and necessary programming for the community.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: The physical demands of this position are minimal. Most of your job will be at a desk or on site for program or event delivery. Occasionally movement of supplies, equipment, or uniforms is necessary in which case the maximum weight that you are expected to be able to lift is 25 lbs., though typically it will be less than this.
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Please see our website to apply for this position and to see the full job description. All applicants should submit their application, resume and three letters of reference online at huntleyparks.org/employment.
Recreation Supervisor Full Time, Entry Level – starts at $45,240.00, plus years of experience Childcare and Summer Camps
Job Description Under the supervision of the Deputy Director of Recreation, the Recreation Supervisor is responsible for the coordination and evaluation of specific recreational programs. The Recreation Supervisor will provide direction and assistance to the program support staff to ensure that these programs are run effectively and efficiently in order to aid the Director of Recreation to successfully reach the goals and objectives of the Recreation Department. Qualifications Must be able to uphold and enforce Park District Policies and Procedures, be able to provide work direction and supervision and have a comprehensive understanding of inventory control and budgeting. Bachelor’s Degree in Recreation or related field or 5 years’ experience in recreation is required. Possess or working toward CPRP certification and able to maintain professional development credits to meet national requirements. Illustrate a general knowledge of computer systems and be proficient in registration software. This position also requires CPR, AED and First Aid certification. Primary Responsibilities This person’s duties shall include, but not be limited to: 1. Programs: Responsible for researching, developing, organizing, maintaining, promoting, staffing, cost accounting and coordinating all designated programs. This includes text production for the catalog and system data entry Develops program surveys for designated areas/programs Oversees daily program operations Updates rosters daily Compiles and distributes weekly schedules, parental notes, itineraries, and registrations forms Purchases weekly program supplies for all designated programs Develops schedules and promotes guest speakers or special event activities Refines and distributes parent handbooks 2. Registration System: Program maintenance: ensures information is current and accurate Responsible for initiating refunds, credits and transfers pertaining to designated programs 3. Assistant: To the Deputy Director of Recreation for training, special projects and general office support 4. Liaison: To New Lenox School District #122 for designated programs 5. Budget: Forecasts, monitors, and stays within strict budget guidelines for specific line items 6. Staff Supervision/Training: Interviews, hires, and supervises recreation leaders and support staff for designated programs Provides appropriate training for recreation leaders and support staff for designated programs 7. Payroll: Oversees and approves bi-weekly payroll for recreation staff Recreation Supervisor (continued) Full Time, Entry Level – starts at $44,351.88, plus years of experience Childcare and Summer Camps
Secondary Responsibilities 1. Back-up functions to the Deputy Director of Recreation 2. Back-up functions to other Recreation Supervisor(s)
The Head Laser Tag Birthday Party Attendant is a seasonal part time position responsible for hosting and overseeing Laser Tag birthday parties. Major duties include, but are not limited to, setting up/cleaning up, explaining the safety rules, game (mission) rules and how the equipment works, leading participants through missions. Starting and ending missions. Monitor strength of teams and switch participants from team to team to make games more competitive. This position is under the direct supervision of the Athletic Supervisor.
A person in this position will enforce rules of the Park District as needed; maintain a pleasant and professional image; set up party room/gym/turf; greet and meet guests in attendance for the party; attend training's to learn equipment, games and procedures; assist customer by bringing in any party supplies when requested; implement and lead activities and games; serve food, if applies; maintain positive and effective working relationships with supervisor, other employees, parents/guardians, children, and all guests; maintain supply list needed for parties; assist customer with taking their party supplies, leftover food and gifts back to their vehicle after the party, if requested; clean up after the party, leaving the gym/room/turf areas in the condition it was before the party; properly care for equipment and return to storage areas in a neat and organized manner; arrive to parties promptly and prepared for scheduled hours; communicate effectively with patrons and staff regarding safety questions and concerns; communicate facility and equipment repair needs to Athletic Supervisor; maintains a proactive approach to safety and risk management, reports all accidents and incidents in a timely manner; conducts timely accident investigations, completes accurate and timely accident and incident reports; demonstrate and support park district customer service standards; follow district and departmental safety, personnel, and administrative policies, procedures, and ordinances.
Minimum of 18 years of age. Must be able to work a flexible schedule including weekends and evenings. Subject to both inside and outside environmental conditions. Able to perform duties which include lifting, stooping, bending, twisting, and sitting on the floor with party participants. Able to lift light to medium weight (20-50 lbs.) objects.
Attributes: We are seeking dedicated individuals who are self-starters that strive for excellence and have an innate ability to interact with public and the staff; able to think creatively; possess strong organizational, written & communication skills; are detail oriented; skilled in time management; and able to problem solve in unexpected situations.
The Woodridge Park District located in Woodridge, IL has openings for Assistant Facility Managers. As a four time Illinois Distinguished & Accredited Agency Award recipient, the Woodridge Park District serves approximately 35,500 residents with 690 acres of parks and sites offering over 1,000 programs each year.
This position is part time, non-exempt and requires a flexible schedule that will include evenings and rotating weekends and holidays based on programs, activities, and facility needs. Successful candidates will have at least one year of customer service experience.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
A person in this position will manage and maintain overall operations of the facility on weekday evenings, and weekends or other times as assigned in the absence of the Facility Manager. Perform opening and closing procedures as assigned. Resolve concerns, conflicts, and problems of guests. Assist customer service coordinators as needed. Oversee building security and respond to all facility emergencies, ensure guest and staff safety, aid in building/grounds maintenance duties as needed.
*One year experience in the recreation field. Experience in a health club advantageous.
*Excellent communication, customer service and organizational skills.
*Knowledge and ability to utilize computer software programs, including but not limited to: Microsoft Office products (e.g. Word, Excel, PowerPoint), POS/Recreation software, and the Internet.
*Associate degree with an emphasis in recreation, leisure services, or a related field preferred.
We are seeking dedicated and energetic individuals with outstanding hospitality skills who love working with people. The position requires standing, walking, sitting, talking, hearing, and seeing; flexibility of work schedule which may include days, nights, and weekends; subject to inside environmental conditions.
To apply please follow this link or go to www.woodridgeparks.org and click on the jobs icon. https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/woodridge/jobs/3121411/assistant-facility-manager?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs