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Posted: 09/14/2022

Under the general supervision of the Program Supervisor, incumbent is responsible for planning, organizing and
facilitating recreation programs for youth. The incumbent assists in the supervision of after school activities,  summer programs, school breaks and holiday programs, including but not limited to field trips. Work is reviewed through observation and/or written reports for conformance to the center’s rules and established policies.
EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS 1. Assist in the planning, promotion, organization, scheduling
and leading activities for youth and adult programs. 2. Assist in the direction and supervision of social
recreation play and team activities of children in outdoor/indoor play areas; teaches rules and playing skills
of standard team and individual games and activities. 3. Maintains safety and health standards at all times while
encouraging healthy and safe behavior; provides basic first aid and guidance to youth. 4. Communicates and responds to inquiries regarding the department, use of facilities, programs and leisure activities. 5. Maintains records of attendance, programs, activities, equipment and supplies. 6. Recommends and/or drafts the writing of reports and requisition forms for supplies and programs; reports needs for repair or maintenance work to building, equipment or facilities. 7. Prepares snacks/food for participants. NOTE: The examples of essential functions as listed in this classification specification are not necessarily descriptive of any one position in the class. The  omission of an essential function of work does not preclude management from assigning duties not listed herein if  such functions are a logical assignment to the position.  REQUIREMENTS A. Training and Experience: High School Diploma or equivalent with two (2) years of experience in Recreation programming or a combination of training and experience. Must possess a valid Florida Driver’s License. B. Knowledge, Abilities and Skills:
Knowledge of the principles, rules, materials, equipment requirements, and organization of a variety of play and
recreational activities, including low organized games, free play activities, team sports, art and handicrafts.
Knowledge of the principles and practices of first aid. Ability to instruct, coach and supervise recreational
activities as in camp counselors or as a participant in a variety of sports. Ability to work irregular hours as  necessary such as evenings and weekends. Ability to identify and select activities suitable to individual and group needs and to instruct these activities. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with  employees, superiors and the public. Page C. Physical Requirements: Task involves frequent walking, at times  over rough or uneven surfaces, sitting, stretching, pushing, pulling, bending, stooping, standing; some lifting and carrying objects of moderate to heavy weight (30-50 pounds); and/or the operation of vehicles, office equipment, keyboard, or hand tools in which manipulative skills and hand-eye coordination are important ingredients of safe and/or productive operations. D. Environmental Requirements: Task may require infrequent exposure to adverse
environmental conditions. E. Sensory Requirements: Task requires sound perception and discrimination. Task requires taste perception and discrimination. Task requires visual and color perception and discrimination.
Task requires oral and written communication abilities. Task requires odor perception and discrimination. Task requires texture perception and discrimination. Task requires depth perception and discrimination.

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