$8,148 - $9,904 per month
1. Manages, assesses, promotes and oversees the development and implementation of comprehensive community programs, community classes, field reservations and community event management.
2. Trains, supervises and evaluates division staff. Implements staff development. Develops and ensures the implementation of effective customer service, policies, and procedures.
3. Manages staff to coordinate facility schedules for various recreation programs, youth organizations and rental groups including; use agreements and reservation applications. Formulates partnerships and leverages resources with other entities, non-profit organizations, the business community, contract instructors and other providers of recreation services.
4. Ensures continuous improvement and innovation of recreation services and programs by examining best practices, soliciting feedback from staff, collecting data from customers and the community, and reviewing market trends.
5. Prepares, monitors and analyzes the effectiveness of the Recreation Division’s budget, program expenditures, and revenues, and performance metrics.
6. Plans, administers and oversees an effective marketing outreach and communication, about community recreation programs, facilities and events. Promotes activities and programs for the community.
7. Develops and fosters community relations with groups such as the Chamber of Commerce, school district and other community-based organizations.
8. Attends public meetings and prepares and/or edits a variety of reports for submission to the City Council, Parks and Recreation, and Senior Commission.
9. Coordinates facility and park use and maintenance with other divisions and supports the work of other City departments as required.
10. Prepares and reviews activity records, special reports and correspondence.
11. Assists in the development of Departments goals, objectives and performance metrics.
12. Prepares program requests and grant applications for special programs; prepares and submits required performance reports.
13. Prepares and presents information to the public.
14. Manages the recruitment and evaluation and training of part-time and full-time personnel including the development of S.M.A.R.T. (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Time-bound) goals and objectives.
15. Manages the City’s Active.net registration system.
How to Apply
A City of San Dimas application must be submitted & may be completed online at http://www.cityofsandimas.com/. Questions may be directed to 909-394-6211 or firstname.lastname@example.org. A resume may be attached to the application, but does not substitute for a completed City application.
Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration, Recreation Administration, Business Administration or closely related field.
Five years of increasingly responsible professional recreation experience, with at least two years of the experience including management and supervisory responsibilities. Or an equivalent combination of training and experience.