Recreation Services Supervisor/Local Programmer
Under the general supervision of the Facility Manager, the Recreation Services Supervisor/Local Programmer is a member of the Leadership Team of the Castlegar & District Community Complex .The Recreation Services Supervisor/Local Programmer may work in any service area of the facility and will be responsible for supervising a diverse selection of programs, training, activities and organizing, planning and implementing events for Castlegar & District Community Complex.
The Recreation Services Supervisor/Local Programmer must possess a high level of creativity and innovation in order to create fun, exciting seasonal events and programs that meet the needs of the community while working within budgetary and operational realities.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE: Related diploma – supervisor training, recreationleadership, fitness leadership, aquatics leadership, or a combination training and experience National Coaching Certificate, High Five Training, Early Childhood Education Certificate, Group Fitness Certification, or other equivalent professional award Minimum three (3) years experience in aquatics and/or recreation and/or fitness Minimum two (2) years experience in a supervisory role Experience preparing and maintaining a programming budget Experience with Recreation Software including registration, bookings and admin functions would be considered an asset Experience leading teams across multiple disciplines would be considered an asset Experience working in both Union and non-union environments would be considered an asset Valid BC Driver`s License and a satisfactory Drivers Abstract Satisfactory Criminal Record
REQUIRED TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: Demonstrated success developing, organizing and implementing a variety of programs and activities. Demonstrated ability to plan and execute small and large scale events for all ages as well as special interest groups Current knowledge of provincial legislation and health and safety as it relates to the Recreation industry, programming and facility operations Strong verbal and written communication skills A well-defined sense of diplomacy, including solid negotiation, problem solving, conflict resolution, and people management skills. Excellent customer service and public relation skills Demonstrated ability to lead, instruct, coach and motivate programming staff and volunteers Demonstrated ability to manage the performance of staff Demonstrated ability to meet various deadlines in a constantly changing service environment High level of creativity and flexibility
This is a full time term position covering a leave till the end of October 2023 with a possible extension. This posting along with a detailed job description can be found on our website at www.rdck.ca/jobs.
Applications in the form of a resume & cover letter detailing qualifications & experience relevant to the position will be accepted until 9:00am May 30, 2023.
This is a full time term position covering a leave till the end of October 2023 with a possible extension.