$12.35 - $18.25 Hourly
This recruitment will be used to fill a current part-time non-benefitted vacancy in the Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department and establish an eligibility list.
Under general supervision, to assist in recreation programs; supervise and provide feedback to part-time staff; train volunteers; supervise in absence of professional staff; attend training related to position; maintain and inventory equipment assigned to this position; and to do related work as required.
Typical duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Assist in the planning, organizing and conduct a variety of recreational program for a neighborhood, community area or special event.
Be responsible for supervising part-time staff and operating a program or center in the absence of professional staff.
Assign, train and supervise part-time staff and/or volunteers in leading recreational activities.
Assist the immediate supervisor in maintaining appropriate program information and devising work schedules.
Conduct or train subordinates on properly administering computerized registration and facility reservations, and processing the paperwork or payments associated with the registration and reservation.
Inspect the facility and outdoor area to ensure the location is safe to conduct activities.
Attend meetings as deemed appropriate by the immediate supervisor.
Promote and market assigned programs.
Purchase supplies and train staff on procedures for purchasing supplies.
Assist in recruiting, selecting, interviewing and training subordinates as it relates to assignments.
Assist immediate supervisor in meeting with local groups associated with assigned tasks.
Basic knowledge of the rules and regulations governing various competitive athletic games such as softball, baseball, basketball, volleyball, etc.
Assist in planning, scheduling, and coordinating adult sports leagues/tournaments.
Assist in developing and maintaining program game schedules.
Assist sports section coordinator to develop, and implement all aspects of adult sports programming, including: providing direction to program staff, purchasing equipment, materials and supplies, and researching other like programs to follow best practices.
Education and Experience:
The completion of one year of college (30 semester units) may substitute for one year of experience.
At least two years of experience in group recreation activity leadership or two years of experience as a Recreation Leader with the City of Riverside.
Experience with Adult Sports programs is highly desirable.
Necessary Special Requirement:
Minimum age 18 years.
Possession of an appropriate, valid class “C” California Motor Vehicle Operator’s License.
Candidates meeting the minimum qualifications will be placed on an eligibility list which will remain in effect for six (6) months. Candidates will be screened further, and those meeting additional highly desirable qualifications may be invited to compete in a written, performance and/or oral exam. Highly qualified candidates will be certified for a selection interview.
The final candidate will be required to successfully pass a criminal background check, verification of work experience, and submit an official copy of educational transcripts verifying obtained degrees or certificates as indicated on the employment application.
The appointed candidate will be required to successfully pass a medical examination and drug test.
The City of Riverside does not reimburse any expenses incurred as a result of this recruitment.
City of Riverside, California
Phone : 951-826-5808
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : http://www.ci.riverside.ca.us