Job Description: Benefits Supplemental Questions
Under the direction of the Superintendent of Recreation & Cultural Service, this individual will plan, promote, coordinate and supervise recreation programs in various indoor and outdoor facilities. Programming will include but is not limited to Youth Softball/Basketball, Playgrounds, Track & Field and Sport Clinics. This position will work out of the Cesar Chavez Community Center.
Essential Duties:ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
Plans recreation programs and assists Community Center Recreation Supervisors in planning programs and operations at community recreation centers
Assists in planning, implementing, supervising and evaluating youth programs.
Assists in the coordination of City programs with those of other public and private organizations.
Works and coordinates with various organizations to bring programming to community centers.
Assists with hiring, training and orientation of new employees and volunteers.
Develops, maintains and controls assigned program budget.
Requisitions and inventories program supplies and equipment.
Submits payroll information and time worked for assigned staff.
Maintains records and reports on assigned programs.
Maintains a consistent and reliable attendance record.
Performs related work as assigned by the Superintendent of Recreation and Cultural Services
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
Graduate of an accredited college or university with a degree in Recreation, Physical Education, Marketing, Programming or related field is preferred.
Three (3) to five (5) years' experience in marketing, recreation programming or other associated fields is preferred
Strong leadership qualities as evidenced by participation in community or educational endeavors.
Strong oral and written communication skills and a demonstrated ability to deal with the public in an effective and tactful manner.
Knowledge of a wide variety of recreation interests and activities in the community.
Ability to supervise part-time staff and volunteers.
Ability to exercise good judgment and maintain an effective work environment.
Supplemental Information:PHYSICAL DEMANDS OF THE POSITION:
Walking, sitting, standing, talking, hearing, reaching, carrying, lifting, pushing/pulling, writing, driving, grasping, bending, twisting, stress, etc. Withstand heat and cold while working in various environments with the public.
Air-conditioned and non-air conditioned work areas. Exposure to heat and cold while working in both indoor and outdoor environments. Exposure to odors from cleaning products, floor strippers and waxes.
Copy machine, telephone, postage meter, computer, fax machine, van and automobile, scissors and miscellaneous office equipment, cell phones and multi-channel two-way radios.
City Of Racine