Si View Metro Parks is your local parks and recreation services provider. A public agency, governed by locally elected commissioners, the District strives to enhance the quality of life for residents in Snoqualmie Valley. The main campus is located at Si View Park, in the heart of North Bend. With grand views of Mount Si, a historic Community Center, indoor pool, multiuse sports fields, picnic shelter and playgrounds, it is the only such regional recreational facility serving as the social, cultural and educational hub in the community. Through partnerships and cooperative arrangements, Si View Metro Parks actively manages, operates and schedules nearly 900 acres of parks, trails and open space in the upper Snoqualmie Valley supporting a range of active and passive recreation experiences.
If you're looking to build a great career and have fun doing it, you've come to the right place. Whatever your career aspirations - whether it's a part-time position in customer service or recreational programming, managing a recreation facility with amazing team members, or heading up a sports team for our youth - Si View Metro Parks offers the challenge, opportunity, diversity, and growth you're looking for.
Recreation Supervisor - Facilities
$6,974 - $8,913/month DOQ
Si View Metro Parks has an excellent employment opportunity as our new full-time Recreation Supervisor. This position provides oversight for all land-based Si View recreation programs and coordinates District facilities use for programs and rentals, enhancing quality of life for area residents. This role supervises a talented team of full-time program coordinators and part-time building supervisors across several facilities, and requires exceptional customer service and communication skills due to the significant amount of interaction with both the public and staff. This is an exciting time to join the Si View team as our community, programs and parks inventory is growing!
Coordinates facility use and rentals for District managed facilities. Responds to inquiries, books and administers rental contracts, manages facility schedules, coordinates staffing, maintains rental agreements and tracks payments. Serves as a liaison to agencies with facility management agreements. Ensures proper behavior on the part of facility users; takes disciplinary action as needed; responds quickly to potentially hazardous situations and accidents; prepares reports related to incidents and accidents.
Supervises and supports the work of recreation department program coordinators. Develops, plans, and coordinates various recreation programs and events. Develops and implements risk management procedures for programs to include training and supervision. Oversees the use, care and inventory of related program equipment and supplies. Establishes program goals and benchmarks; records and analyzes statistical information used in the evaluation of programs; and prepares program evaluations. Develops and recommends short and long-range plans to enhance existing programs, to create new programs and to expand facility usage.
Prepares and monitors program budgets, maintaining detailed records of revenue and expenditures. Contracts for services of instructors, professional services, and support agencies. Writes grant proposals and research alternative funding sources. Prepares a variety of reports, processes forms, collects fees and performs other administrative tasks. Prepares fee schedules for programs and facilities.
Assists in hiring, training, supervising and evaluating the work of full-time, part-time, and temporary/seasonal employees and volunteer workers. Attends recreation events and programs as required to ensure smooth operation.
Attends various staff and Committee meetings; relays resultant program and facility information to group.
Responds to public inquiries in a courteous manner, providing information within the scope of knowledge or refers to appropriate individual and/or supervisor for resolution.
Supports development of marketing materials. Coordinates with other District employees to develop the seasonal recreation program guide. Coordinate recreation programs with programs offered by schools, community groups, special sports groups, and agencies; coordinates planning and development activities with other agencies, private enterprises, and jurisdictions.
The statements contained herein reflects general details as necessary to describe the principal functions of this classification, the level of knowledge and skill typically required and the scope of responsibility but should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements.
Updated on 3/16/2023