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|Job Title: Recreation Programs Supervisor -- Orange County, NC||Posted on: November 21, 2013|
Recreation Programs Supervisor
Job Class Code: 1633
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Job title: Recreation Program Supervisor
Closing Date: December 10
Salary: $39,387 – $45,675.00
Job Type: Full Time
This position works under the general supervision of the Recreation Superintendent and direction of the
Recreation Manager. Responsible for the organization, implementation, and evaluation of County-sponsored
recreational programming including youth/adult general recreation programs youth/adult athletic leagues,
aerobics and fitness, martial arts, special populations, special interest, arts & crafts, camps and special event
programs. Teaches, supervises, and participates in assigned athletic/recreation activities at parks, community
centers, and public schools. Assists with the preparation, forecasting and monitoring of income and expense
budgets as they relate to the Recreation Division programs. Has primary responsibility for developing and
maintaining a solid volunteer base. Recruits, trains, and develops coaches and instructors, through meetings,
phone conferences, work shops etc. Directly supervises youth/adult athletic leagues, performing score
keeping duties when required. Has responsibility for recruiting, training, supervising and evaluating paid staff
including Facility Supervisors, Program Specialists, Program Assistants, Instructors, Referees, Officials and
other part time personnel. Attends planned activities in an effort to display interest/support and to evaluate
for current and future improvements. Has the ability to prepare schedules, rules, and other necessary
documents for leagues, programs, and events. Works cooperatively with school administrators in cultivating a
harmonious relationship with the shared use of facilities for recreational programs. Coordinates photo
sessions for athletic teams and other recreational activities. Informs and updates Recreation Superintendent
and Recreation Managers on all athletic/recreation program achievements and/or problems. Develops
schedules and plans activities; collects monies resulting from activities. Recruits, interviews, trains, schedules
and evaluates seasonal and contractual employees. Works flexible hours on a regular basis, including
weekends and evenings.
Examples of Duties
Teach, supervise, and participate in assigned athletic/recreation activities at parks, community centers, and
public schools. Conceives schedules and plans activities; collects monies resulting from activities. Conducts
formal and informal program evaluations and periodic interest surveys. Work cooperatively with school
administrators in cultivating a harmonious relationship with the shared use of facilities for recreational
programs. Informs and updates Recreation Superintendent and Recreation Managers of all athletic/recreation
program developments and/or problems.
Directly supervise youth/adult athletic leagues, performing score keeping duties when required. Has
responsibility for recruiting, training, supervising, and evaluating paid staff including Facility Supervisors,
Program Specialists, Program Assistants, Instructors, Referees, Officials and other part time personnel.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
Knowledge of modern office practices and procedures, including modern office technology.
Knowledge of recreation philosophy, planning, and administration.
Knowledge of the equipment, facilities, operations, and techniques used in a comprehensive community
Ability to develop, coordinate, and direct varied activities involved in a community recreation program.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, supervisors, other agencies,
participants, instructors, community partners, and the general public.
Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
Ability to plan and supervise the work of paid staff and volunteers.
Ability and willingness to work evenings, weekends, and holidays as needed.
Ability to build positive relationships, advise, teach and/or assist staff, coaches and officials with their
Assignments are provided by defining objectives, priorities, and deadlines. Additional assistance is provided
for unusual situations that do not have clear precedents. Position may serve as a lead worker to permanent
employees and supervise temporary employees.
This classification is distinguished from other recreation classifications based on reporting to the
Superintendent of Recreation while under the supervision and direction of Recreation Managers.
Requires any combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor's degree in leisure services,
parks, recreation management, or related field and two years of related experience. Possession of or ability to
readily obtain a valid driver’s license issued by the State of North Carolina. Knowledge and experience with
recreation registration software i.e, Rec Trac, CLASS, Recware, etc.
APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
200 South Cameron Street
Hillsborough, NC 27278
|Job Title: Director of Parks and Recreation -- Oxford, NC||Posted on: November 13, 2013|
DIRECTOR OF PARKS AND RECREATION
The City of Oxford North Carolina is searching for an experienced professional to lead the Parks and Recreation Department of our City. Located 25 miles north of the Research Triangle Park in a beautiful rural setting, Oxford is a family-oriented City of 8,500 residents. We are proud of our historic homes, vibrant downtown, beautiful parks, and many recreation activities. Oxford is small enough to feel at home and large enough to provide growth opportunities to a Parks and Recreation Professional who wants to be part of a great team. Please consider applying or refer someone.
The Oxford Athletic Park averages 100,000 visitors per year and, along with two other County complexes, has become a popular site for tournament play. Growing the tournament market will be a priority for the new Director. Oxford’s Parks and Recreation Department has 6 full-time, 35 part-time employees, and many seasonal employees. We also have a host of volunteers who contribute some 8,000 hours of time annually. The department operates 7 parks with multiple facilities including a gymnasium, several ball fields, a lake, swimming pool, parks, playgrounds, a skate park, and 2 meeting facilities.
Recreation is a priority in our community and the new Director will interact with the residents to assess and meet needs. The Director will work with the community to update the Parks and Recreation Master Plan and to provide vision for the expanding recreational needs of the City. Must love people, play well with others, effectively manage staff and volunteers, and build support and enthusiasm for the Department and its activities.
A Challenging and Rewarding Opportunity awaits you...
Salary Range is $50,557 to $72,223, depending on Experience and Qualifications
Relocation Expense Benefit
Generous Health Insurance plan, including Medical, Dental, and Vision
NC Government Employees Retirement System membership and benefits
Wellness Program – Free Annual Health Screenings
Twelve Paid Holidays
Paid Sick Leave and Vacation
Employee Assistance Program
Desirable Education and Experience
Graduation from a 4 year college or university with a degree in recreation
administration, physical education or related field.
Minimum of 3 years of experience in a management, assistant management, or other lead role in a municipal recreation program.
Note: We will accept an equivalent combination of Education and Experience.
Application materials will be handled confidentially. Submit a Cover Letter and Resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. You must type “PRD-and your name” on the Subject Line of your email. We only accept electronically submitted materials for this opening. Position is open until filled. The first review of applications will begin in mid-December.
The City of Oxford is an equal opportunity employer.
|Job Title: Seasonal Camp Director -- Durham, NC||Posted on: January 08, 2013|
Seasonal Camp Director
This seasonal position begins training with limited hours in January/February, begins full time in Feb-May training and then planning the summer camp program, and then runs June-Aug managing the camp program. This is a contract position paying $15,000 for a 7-month contract term.
A minimum of an undergraduate degree and significant experience in a camp environment.
Experience in youth and staff supervision and at least one season of camp administrative experience (Camp Director, Asst Director, Unit Head).
Must be enthusiastic, adaptable, dependable, and possess an excellent work ethic.
Must be articulate and possess excellent customer service skills.
Must be professional and be able to maintain confidentiality.
Must be well-organized and possess office skills and computer skills. (Word, Excel, Publisher, and ability to learn a new database/registration system)
CPR and first aid certifications preferred (can be completed on the job during staff training week)
Knowledge in Jewish programming is a plus.
Communicate with families about camp.
Promote and implement School’s Out Camps.
Develop camp group schedules, specialist schedules, special programming, and Jewish programming.
Plan, organize and execute pre-camp staff training orientation.
Finalize camp hiring and assigning staff positions.
Finalize purchasing, space rental, and contracts (trips, transportation, specialty camp partners).
Oversee camp marketing and promotion.
Oversee administrative duties including registration, rosters, parent emails, etc.
Organize and oversee Shlichim (Israeli counselor) and host families.
Oversee scholarship allocation.
Work with the JCC Youth, Family, and Camp Committee
Manage day-to-day operations of the camp program.
Plan and run staff orientation.
Supervise counselors and specialists, including scheduling, staff development, and evaluation.
Create and disseminate schedules and rosters.
Work with staff and parents to address any concerns or challenges that arise.
Coordinate with specialists on scheduling and programming.
Oversee LIT program.
Any other responsibilities deemed necessary.
Camp Shelanu is a program of the Levin Jewish Community Center. As a Jewish day camp, Camp Shelanu is based on Jewish values and includes learning about Jewish culture and traditions. However, there is no religious instruction or discussion of theology at camp. All JCC programs are open to anyone who wishes to participate, regardless of religious affiliation or background. Camp Shelanu takes place at the Levin JCC at 1937 W Cornwallis Rd, Durham NC, 27705. Staff enjoy use of the facility on days they work, including access to gym, fitness center, and 2 outdoor pools.
The Levin JCC does not discriminate on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, race, ethnic origin, color, religion, nation origin, creed, marital status, disabled veteran status, or the presence of any sensory, mental, and/or physical disability that doesn’t prevent the performance of the specific core tasks of this position.
Please send resume and cover letter to Madeline Seltman, Youth, Family, and Camp Director, email@example.com or 919-354-4948.
|Job Title: Fairfield Inn Crabtree -- Raleigh, NC||Posted on: January 07, 2013|
Part Time & Full Time Guest Service Representative / Bar Attendant
The Fairfield Inn Crabtree is an extended stay hotel (owned and operated by Summit Hospitality) that is centrally located adjacent to the Crabtree Valley Mall and convenient to the RBC Center, North Carolina State University and Downtown Raleigh.
We are currently looking for both full and part time Guest Service Representatives and Bar Attendants. This position will include both evening and morning shifts at the front desk (checking in guests, making reservations, fielding questions/concerns, etc.) The hours for this position will be mainly from 3pm – 11pm but will open up to earlier and later shifts as the individual learns and grows within their position.
The potential for cross training and development through this position is very high so we are eager to receive applicants with an interest in the field and a dedicated work ethic. Applicants must be flexible and able to effectively communicate with guests and fellow co-workers.
Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to: Checking in/out guests, fielding calls/questions/concerns from individuals within and outside of the hotel and providing guests/potential guests with respectful and knowledgeable responses to enhance their stay, organizing and restocking lobby/breakfast supplies (not providing breakfast but assisting with set-up), completing nightly reports and maintaining files/records of daily transactions all while maintaining a self sufficient but team oriented mentality focused on guest satisfaction.
To apply for this position, please E-mail a resume and cover letter to:
2201 Summit Park Lane
Raleigh, NC 27612