City of San Carlos - Current Job Openings
Job Details

Position:Recreation Leader I & II (Summer Seasonal)
Position Code:PR-3
Division:Parks and Recreation
Compensation:Recreation Leader I $11.49 - $13.96 per hour
Recreation Leader II $14.67 - $17.82 per hour
Job Status:Part Time, Hourly

Job Summary

Final filing date: 5:00pm, Friday, March 13, 2015

Hourly Salary Range: Recreation Leader I $11.49 - $13.96

                                    Recreation Leader II $14.67 - $17.82

Appointment to this position is contingent upon:

* A valid work permit issued from school (if under age 18 and have not graduated from high school or received a State Certificate of Proficiency)

*A pre-employment fingerprinting criminal history records check (if over 18 years of age)

*TB testing clearance

About the Position
The San Carlos Recreation Department is looking for part-time summer Recreation Leaders who are, responsible, energetic, and enjoy working outdoors with children in a fun and positive atmosphere.

Recreation Leader positions are fun!  The City works with applicant’s interests and strengths to place them in the appropriate Recreation Leader opening.

Seasonal part-time Recreation Leaders are assigned to the Summer Day Camp programs working with children ages 4 -12 years.  This summer’s camp program runs from June 15 - August 15, 2015.  Training will begin on June 8 -12, 2015 (mandatory in service training). Recreation Leaders must be able to work during this time period and have the ability to plan and conduct exciting youth recreation activities.

Positions in this part-time classification perform routine, basic work under direct supervision, in the planning and conducting of a wide variety of recreation activities. 

The Recreation Leader II classification is the second-level position in the Recreation Leader Series.  Advancement from Level I to Level II requires 500 hours of work experience at Level I.

Supervision Exercised and Received
Recreation Leader I: Receives supervision from a Recreation Department staff member; may work under functional supervision of a Recreation Leader II or Program Coordinator as assigned.

Recreation Leader II: May provide functional supervision to a Recreation Leader I as assigned.  Receives general supervision from a full-time Recreation Department staff member; may work under functional supervision of a Program Coordinator as assigned.

Essential and Important Duties

Assists with summer program planning and implementation.

Supervision of program participants.

Performs site maintenance duties.

Job-Related and Essential Qualifications

Knowledge of basic City recreation programming; techniques of working effectively with adults, children, including individuals who have special needs as related to recreation programs.

Ability and skills
to organize people and activities; energetically perform job duties; comprehend and follow brief oral and written instructions; assist willingly as needed.  Establish, maintain and foster cooperative working relations with others contacted in the course of work.

Education and Training
Recreation Leader I: Sufficient education and experience to satisfactorily perform the duties of this classification.  A typical qualifying background would be prior supervisory and/or leadership experience working with adults or children in a large group.

Recreation Leader II: Sufficient education and experience to satisfactorily perform the duties of this classification.  A typical qualifying background would be graduation from high school, and 500 hours experience as either a Recreation Leader I at the City of San Carlos or 500 hours at an equivalent classification in another municipality, or equivalent experience in a comparable setting.

Special Requirements
Must be at least 16 years of age.  Speak clearly and understandably; ability and dexterity to run, jump and climb; lift and move equipment, such as tables and chairs; hear alarms, bells, and voices; to reach.    Willingness and ability to work flexible, part-time hours, including evenings and weekends.

Licenses, Certificates and Registration
Possession of an appropriate California driver's license, or California I.D. issued by the State Department of Motor Vehicles is desired.  May require a Class B driver’s license.

How to Apply
To apply online, click here.