Under general supervision by the Recreation Supervisor, perform responsible, professional recreation/clerical work, the nature that often requires performance independent of supervision. Provide support to the Recreation Supervisor in planning and conducting special class activities and /or after-school programs and /or citywide special events. Coordinating the enrollment, billing, and planning of certain aspects of the after-school programs, including site visitations, program evaluation, and conducting parent meetings.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include any of the following tasks, knowledge, skills, and other characteristics. The list that follows is not intended as a comprehensive list; it is intended to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific tasks.
- Assists in planning, coordinating, organizing, ng and promoting recreation programs and special events in the community.
- Assist in gathering, analyzing, and reporting information pertinent to the development and scheduling of programs and events.
- Assist in scheduling and organizing youth programs and functions, issues and checks the overall condition of products and supplies used by participants in leagues and recreation programs and reports to the Recreation Supervisor.
- Ensures safety rules and regulations are followed by subordinates. Attends staff meetings and other meetings as necessary.
- Ability to deal with conflict and resolution management.
- Responsible for inventory of equipment and supplies and the reports to the Recreation Supervisor.
- Promotes and positively publicizes the program.
- Ensures the safety of all participants and renders first aid when necessary.
- Effectively communicates with supervisor, or, staff, parents, and participants.
- Receive and delegate tasks effectively.
- Demonstrate continuing effectiveness in carrying out the knowledge, skills, and requirements of the position.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:
- Knowledge of developmentally appropriate methods, practices, equipment, and materials used in recreation programs.
- Perform physical work and/or athletic activity related to recreation programs and participation in recreation or sports programs.
- Communication and public relations skills, including excellent customer service.
- Maintains a clean driving record with DMV.
- Knowledge of pertinent District policies and procedures, and employee handbook (including safety program).
- Skill in general clerical duties including typing, keeping statistics, and graphic arts.
- Able to work with minimal supervision.
- Skills in planning, organizing, and directing programs/and or special events.
- Skill in following and effectively communicating verbal instructions.
- Skill in operating independently and as a team member.
- Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relations with co-workers, other
- District employees and the public.
- Completes necessary reports.
- Travel to various sites in the District to complete work activities.
- Work irregular hours, shifts, or weekends.
- Conduct meetings and telephone conversations with staff, parents, and community members.
EDUCATION, CERTIFICATIONS, AND LICENSES:
- One year of responsible experience as a leader in a variety of recreational activities.
- A valid State of California class ‘C’ driver’s license and a satisfactory driving record is required.
- Possession of current First Aid and CPR certificates or obtain certification within 3 months of hire.
ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
- Work is performed in an indoor and outdoor environment. Working conditions in the field exposed to variations in temperatures, dry, dusty, humidity, high winds, and rain.
- May be required to lift and carry items more than 50 pounds (including children).
- Walk, stand, sit, kneel, crawl, bend and climb receptively or over a long period