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Recreation Coordinator I/II (Regular Part-time) job – Fulton-El Camino Recreation and Park District – Sacramento, CA 

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Recreation Coordinator I/II (Regular Part-time) Fulton-El Camino Recreation and Park District – Sacramento, CA 95825 $15.58 – $23.02 an hour – Part-timeThe Fulton-El Camino Recreation and Park DistrictInvites applications for the position of: Recreation COORDINATOR I/II (Regular Part-time) – Aquatics/EventsClosing: 5:00pm Friday, September 15, 2017Salary* – Hourly: Coordinator I: $15.58 – 18.93 (January 2018 $16.36 – 19.88)Coordinator II: $18.03 – 21.92 (January 2018 $18.93 – 23.02)*Vacation, Holiday and Sick leave, Medical reimbursement (up to $200 per month)Hours of Work : Flexible with varied times and days. 32-38 hours September – February; 36-40 hours March – August. Weekend and evening work required.Program Area Responsibility Under the supervision of the Recreation Supervisor, assists with a variety of recreational programming and performs related work as assigned.Definition Plans, promotes, and evaluates Aquatics Programs and Health/Safety Classes; assists with planning, coordinating and hiring of seasonal part time employees and volunteers; represents the District as a liaison to businesses, organization, and foundations. Additional marketing, outreach and other recreational program areas within Special Events, Sports, etc. may be assessed.Example of Essential Functions, Duties and ResponsibilitiesInclude, but not limited to the following:Coordinates areas of the aquatics program, which may include Swim Lessons, Aquatic Swim and Synchronized Swim teams, Pool Rentals, Public Swim, Clubs, Classes, and Aquatic events.Coordinates part-time aquatics staff and health/safety instructors to lead In-service trainings, including hiring, training, scheduling and supervising.Plans, coordinates, and directs a variety of health/safety classes including facility, supplies, and recordkeeping.Assists in teaching a variety of health/safety classes.Promotes assigned programs through flyers, brochures, news releases, and media.Assists with the preparations of the Recreation Division budget pertaining to aquatics and health and safety.Recommends supply purchasing for assigned programs.Prepares and maintains reports and records on phases of the recreation programs assigned.Assists with some of the clerical duties such as: answering phones, registration, operating various machines / computers, dealing with customers, etc.Represents the District to local businesses, organization, and foundations.Assists with events and other district activities as needed.Other duties as assigned by the Recreation Supervisor.Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Knowledge of modern methods, techniques and procedures used in the planning and supervision of Aquatic programs; principles and practices of employee selection, training, supervision, and evaluation; basic methodology of organizing groups, programs and services in a recreational setting; effective oral and written communication skills, decision making, budget management, and public information.Minimum Education and QualificationsRecreation Coordinator I requirements:Possess the desire to work with people; good leadership qualities; enthusiasm; the ability to organize and teach.Knowledge of, with a minimum of two years’ experience, in various aquatics programs and emergency response. Health and Safety assisted teaching experience preferred.Equivalent to an AA degree from an accredited college with major work in recreation or related field through experience is preferredModerate or better computer skills on Word, Excel, Outlook, and Power PointRequired current certification in American Red Cross Lifeguarding, CPR for the Lifeguard, and Title 22 First Aid.Must be willing to work flexible schedule with evenings and weekends.Possession of a valid California State Motor Vehicle Operators LicenseMust pass DOJ for FEC background to work with children AND drive District vehiclesRecreation Coordinator II requirements:Outlined qualifications above.Knowledge of, with a minimum of four years’ experience, in various aquatics programs and emergency response.Required current certification in American Red Cross Lifeguard Instructor, with teaching experience. American Red Cross Title-22 Instructor preferred.American Red Cross Instructor Trainer certifications desirable.Water Safety Instructor optional.Physical Demand: Sitting; standing; walking over even and uneven ground; lifting, pushing, pulling and carrying (infrequently up to 300lbs.); kneeling; stooping; bending; squatting; swimming.; close vision; distance vision; use of hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controlsEnvironmental Demands: Outside: Frequently and routinely works outside in a variety of weather conditions ranging from cold rainy weather to +100º F. Inside: May work indoors in a temperature –controlled environment. Fumes/Gases: Exposure to fumes from pool chemicals, perfumes/colognes. Noise/Vibrations: Frequently exposed to outside noise and vibrations.Mental Requirements:Reading: Read policies and reports for c

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