- Bachelor's Degree
- High School Diploma or GED
- First Aid Certification
- CPR Certification
- Driver's License
Under the direct supervision of the Recreation Supervisor – Sports and direction of the Sports Coordinator, this position is expected to provide communication, leadership, and assistance for supervisors, participants, and employees.
Examples of Duties
Provide leadership, direction, and on-site supervision for Facility Attendants, Park Attendants, and League Officials.
Communicate staff and scheduling concerns with supervisors.
Serve as line of communication between attendants and supervisor for major on-site issues.
Inform supervisor and document on-site program concerns including scheduling conflicts, maintenance needs, and all other pertinent program related issues.
Verify locations that require lights for the evening, and ensure they are turned on and off.
Monitor unsupervised and unscheduled parks to provide communication and supervision for park users, as well as resolving facility use conflicts when necessary.
Responsible for monitoring weather and field conditions. In the event cancelations are necessary responsible for final cancellation decisions after 5 p.m.
Educate facility users on facility policies and regulations.
Inventory supplies and equipment for sports programs. Notify supervisor when additional supplies are needed.
Assist on-site staff at Dred Scott and Valley View with concerns that require the attention of a coordinator or as directed by supervisor.
Complete assigned program reports, daily park logs, surveys, and evaluations.
Provide Recreation Supervisor and Sports Coordinator with documented feedback from participants and park users regarding programs and facilities.
Work as a team member to ensure the program's compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Minnesota Human Rights Act.
Serve as a substitute weekday Assistant Coordinator or Facility Attendant when necessary.
Assist with any Bloomington Parks and Recreation concerns that occur after 5 p.m. on weekdays and on weekends
Develop and maintain professional relationships with supervisor, participants, park users, and staff.
Participate in self-performance evaluation, identifying past accomplishments, problems, goals, and personal improvement plan.
Complete all other duties as assigned by supervisor.
High School Diploma or GED
CPR/First Aid certified
Must possess a valid Driver's License
Experience in participating, planning, and evaluating recreational programs
Experience working in community recreation or athletic programs
Problem solving techniques and abilities
Strong communication skills
Ability to work independently as needed
BA or BS in recreation programming or related field preferred
Knowledge of maintenance requirements and procedures
Ability to demonstrate knowledge and skill of staff supervision
This position will typically work weekends on Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday mid-morning to mid-afternoon; generally consisting of 10-15 hours per week.
Temporary/Seasonal employees do not receive benefits.
Ongoing part-time employees who are employed for more than 6 months will make contributions to the pension program (PERA) through payroll deductions unless they qualify for one of the exemptions.