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  • POSITION TITLE:   Recreation Supervisor II
    DEPARTMENT:  Parks and Recreation 
    HOURLY RATE:     $16.32
    OPEN:     04/14/2022          
    CLOSE:   Open Until Filled

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    Interested candidates must complete and submit a Roy City Application and Resume to the Roy City Human Resources Office, 5051 South 1900 West, Roy, UT  84067.  

    Roy City is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, or disability in employment or the provision of services. If you have special needs please call (801) 774-1000. The Human Resource Office will provide reasonable accommodations for any applicant during the examination and selection process.
    DRUG FREE WORK PLACE / EOE / ADA


    GENERAL PURPOSE
    Performs a variety of entry level general administrative and technical duties as needed to coordinate the day-to-day operation of one or more city recreation facilities.

    SUPERVISION RECEIVED
    Works under the general supervision of the Recreation Coordinators and Recreation Supervisor.

    SUPERVISION EXERCISED
    May provide general supervision to various part-time, seasonal, and volunteer personnel.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
    Promotes and follows City’s mission statement, values, and expectations.

    Directly responsible for the supervision of part-time facility staff; assures compliance with established policies and procedures for opening, running, maintaining, and closing recreation facilities.

    Supervises the on-site operation of a variety of recreation programs and activities (i.e., basketball, baseball, softball, football, etc.).

    Assures facilities are properly equipped for currently running recreation programs; monitors shift personnel work activities to assure quality and efficient performance of duties; performs facility stocking and follow-up as needed to assure the facility is properly equipped and maintained for continuing recreation program use.

    Monitors facility policies and procedures related to patron use, fees, safety, etc.; oversees shift activities to ensure compliance with management control plans as needed to minimize risk and liability.

    Monitors inventory of office and program supplies (i.e., first aid, facility maintenance equipment, custodial items, etc.).

    Assures timely delivery of public notices and announcements as needed to afford target populations opportunity to participate.

    Directs and performs general upkeep and custodial duties during scheduled shift; cleans facility floors, mops, sweeps, vacuums, polishes, etc.

    Provides immediate supervision over recreation activities and seasonal, temporary, or volunteer personnel; oversees coaches, recreation specialists, and officials, and conducts training as needed. May officiate (kindergarten-Adult leagues) games or assist in coaching; maintains daily statistics for leagues and tournaments.

    Assists in program planning, implementation, and evaluation to help ensure successful program implementation, development, and future growth.

    Handles onsite complaints from coaches, participants organizations; assists in negotiations to achieve solutions, which better the recreation programs and services.

    May operate heavy lawn mowing equipment; mows and trims grass, bushes and shrubs; assists in pruning activities on trees, shrubs and plants; removes dead, diseased, or injured trees; stimulates health plant growth through custom pruning and cutting.

    May transport heavy equipment, loading and unloading, to various worksites.  Ensuring all safety measures are met.

    Checks and services assigned heavy equipment; performs routine maintenance and minor repairs; reports mechanical problems for shop repair.

    May perform general landscape, gardening, and grounds maintenance duties; plants and transplants trees, shrubs, bushes, grass, flowers etc. as directed to develop attractive parks and grounds; performs various fertilization techniques using dry and liquid chemicals.

    May operate a variety of types of small and light equipment such as mowers, sod cutters, chain saws, pruning equipment, backhoe, loaders, trenchers, aeration tractor, and various hand tools.

    Performs general cleanup, maintenance, and repair of rest rooms, pavilions, playgrounds, picnic tables, benches, bleachers, ball fields and other facilities.

    Performs related duties as required.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS 

    1. Education and Experience
                 A. Sufficient education and training to demonstrate an aptitude or ability to perform above and related duties.

                            AND

                 B. Two (2) years of recreation program administration, physical education teaching, coaching, or related experience.

                           OR

                C. An equivalent combination of education and experience

     

    1. Essential Functions, Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

    Working knowledge Some knowledge of the methods and techniques of developing and operating recreation programs; of the philosophy and objectives of community recreation programming; team sports management; special events; community and public relations; rules and regulations of a variety of sports and recreational activities; of equipment, facilities, operations and techniques used in a comprehensive community recreation program; the operation of personal computers and various software applications including spreadsheets, word processing, etc. 

    Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, various age groups, other organizations, and the public; communicate effectively, verbally and in writing.

    1. Special Qualifications

    Must possess a valid Utah Driver License.
    Must be able to lift 75-100 pounds frequently.
    May be required to pass a strength endurance test.

    1. Work Environment

    Incumbent of the position performs in a typical office setting and outside with various weather conditions.  Tasks require variety of physical activities, generally involving muscular strain, such as walking, standing, stooping, sitting, reaching, talking, hearing, and seeing.  Common eye, hand, finger dexterity exists.  Mental application utilizes memory for details, verbal instructions, emotional stability, discriminating thinking and creative problem solving.  Periodic travel required in normal course of job performance.