Recreation Attendants assists Recreation Center Supervisor and Assistant Supervisor in the overall management and operation of the facility and recreation programs. Recreation Attendants are considered essential staff and can supervise a facility in the absence of a full-time staff member.
Work is performed under regular supervision of Recreation Center Supervisor.
- Maintains daily attendance records for all registered program participants;
- Plans, organizes and coordinates weekly activities to include field trips, sports, games, crafts, swimming, drama and special events;
- Greets parents and children daily upon arrival and ensures authorized party gets children at departure time;
- Prepares camp area for daily operation, placing tables, chairs, equipment and program materials; Transports campers to daily activity sites;
- Enforces center and camp polices and safety rules and regulations;
- Inspects equipment daily, makes repairs or arranges for repairs;
- Cleans work and program areas as needed during the day and upon conclusion of activity;
- Prepares lists of materials and equipment needed for camp activity and makes requests for same;
- Makes preparation for participants' lunches and snacks;
- Maintains First Aid supplies, orders additional supplies as needed;
- Assists regular staff as needed;
- Handling general office duties.
- Ensures that all work is performed in accordance with OSHA and City safety standards and policies.
- Oversee and/or direct daily program and staff activities.
- Provide outstanding customer service when assisting the public through various communication methods.
- Responsible for program registrations, facility rentals
- Follow proper collection and cash handling procedures.
- Opens and/or closes and secures facility when scheduled.
- Formal Education:
- Requires a high school diploma, or equivalent.
- On-the-job training approximately 4 weeks.Formal education which includes basic arithmetic and report making.Some education or previous experience working with youth, adults and seniors.
- Must be 18 years of years or older.
- Valid North Carolina Driver’s License
Must be able to establish and maintain effective interpersonal relationships with other employees and the public. Must be able to apply basic knowledge of phases of child development. Ability to drive 15-passenger van.