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City of Glendale AZ Recreation Coordinator, Sr in Glendale, Arizona

Description Plans, organizes, and supervises the activities and staff of a recreation center or major program within the Public Facilities Recreation, and Special Events Department. This position may be assigned responsibilities supervising a portion of the following areas within the Recreation Division: * Three neighborhood recreation centers * Glendale Adult Center operations * Foothills Recreation and Aquatics Center operations * Recreation programs and events delivery * Historic facilities and program operations * After-school/summer program delivery * Aquatics operations * Supervision of full-time and/or part time staff members * Supervision of youth and adult sports program delivery * Administrative priority projects * Marketing and research support * Budget projects * Contract management Two positions are being hired from this recruitment. Applications will be accepted until a sufficient amount has been received. * *The first review of applications will take place on Monday, July 5th. * Essential Functions 1. Plans, organizes, and supervises the activities and staff of a recreation center or major program. 2. Participates in establishing goals and objectives for the department; establishes goals and objectives for area of responsibility. 3. Participates in planning the department budget; prepares cost estimates for budget recommendations; monitors the budget for area of responsibility. 4. Recruits, selects, trains, and monitors regular and temporary staff. 5. Performs on-site program inspections and evaluations to ensure compliance with program and safety policies and procedures. 6. Conducts research and analysis, recommends and establishes schedules and fees for programs and events in area of responsibility. 7. Investigates and resolves complex or sensitive citizen complaints or problems. 8. Conducts assessments on program expansion, development of new facilities, and renovations to existing facilities, and renovations to existing facilities. 9. Coordinates activities with those of other departments and outside agencies and organizations. 10. Performs research, analyzes findings, prepares recommendations for changes in recreational programming; monitors and evaluates program outcomes. 11. Prepares reports on recreation activities and other statistics in area of responsibility. 12. Develops yearly program calendar for area of responsibility. 13. Interprets and enforces department policies, procedures, and regulations. 14. Determines distribution materials and methods to promote recreation programs. 15. Monitors the purchase, use and care of recreation equipment. 16. Participates in the preparation of grant applications. 17. Acts as liaison to community groups and agencies. 18. Performs other related duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications/Special Requirements/Success Factors Bachelor's degree in recreation administration, leisure services, or a related field and three years of experience in professional recreation work and recreational planning including one year of supervisory experience. *Knowledge of: Principles, methods, and practices of planning and providing community based recreational services principles, methods, and practices of developing and implementing senior and youth care and related activities and programs Budget development and monitoring; program administration City policies and procedures, community demographics, and recreational issues Methods and procedures of recreation facility maintenance and operations, recreation, cultural, and social needs of the community Ability to: Effectively plan and organize the activities or program areas Effectively supervise, train, and develop employees Conduct research, analyze findings, and make recommendations; monitor contracts and agreements in area of responsibility Design, implement, and administer programs; prepare reports Effectively communicate verbally and in writing Establish and maintain effective working relationships with city staff and the public Interpret and apply city laws, regulations, policies, and procedures related to recreation indoor and outdoor events and programs Any equivalent combination of training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities is qualifying. Special Requirements Valid Arizona driver's license. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation certification and First Aid Course certification. May be required to work evenings, weekends, and holidays. Applicants will be required to undergo drug testing prior to employment and will be subject to further drug and alcohol testing throughout their period of employment in accordance with the City of Glendale Substance Abuse policy. Success Factor Classification Level - Professional/Supervisory Success Factors Definitions Classification Levels Personal Accountability & Integrity Takes personal responsibility for the quality and timeliness of work and in complying with organizational rules, policies and procedures. Earns others’ trust and respect through consistent honesty and professionalism. Foundational, Professional/Supervisory, Managerial, Executives Teambuilding & Collaborative Relationships Inspires and fosters team commitment, spirit, pride and trust; develops cooperative working relationships with others. Foundational, Professional/Supervisory, Managerial, Executives Effective Communication Conveys information respectfully, credibly, and effectively. Foundational, Professional/Supervisory, Managerial, Executives Continuous Learning & Development Assesses and recognizes own strengths and weaknesses; takes initiative in pursuing self-development and learning to expand skills and increase knowledge. Foundational, Professional/Supervisory, Managerial, Executives Commitment to Service Excellence Strives to excel in meeting the needs of both internal and external customers in a fair and equitable manner. Delivers high-quality services with a commitment to continuous improvement. Foundational, Professional/Supervisory, Managerial, Executives Innovation Applies original thinking in approach to job responsibilities and to improve processes, methods, systems or services. Foundational, Professional/Supervisory, Managerial, Executives Leadership Promotes organizational mission and goals and encourages cooperation in support of organizational goals. Professional/Supervisory, Managerial, Executive Organizational Awareness Identifies fundamental values and beliefs to guide the organization into the future. Uses knowledge of the workings, structure and culture of the organization and political climate to solve problems and accomplish goals. Professional/Supervisory, Managerial, Executive Physical Requirements/Working Conditions Working Conditions Office setting with frequent field visits and inspections. Occasionally transports recreational equipment. Salary: $54,515.00 - $81,773.00 Annually Location: Glendale, AZ Job Type: Full Time Department: Public Facilities, Recreation & Special Events Job Number: 2021 -02207 Closing: Continuous Hours per Week: 40 Agency: City of Glendale (AZ) Address: 5850 W. Glendale Ave. Glendale, Arizona, 85301 Phone: 623-930-2270 Website: