Under the supervision of the Recreation Supervisor, the Facilities Coordinator coordinates staffing for facility rentals and provides administrative support to the Recreation Supervisor. This position is responsible for ensuring that District facilities, programs, activities, and services are provided in a safe & effective environment and provide the highest level of customer satisfaction for public use.
Assists with hiring, training, supervising, scheduling and evaluating seasonal personnel; assigns work and provides direction as necessary.
Supervises condition of District facilities and reports safety, repair and cleaning concerns appropriately.
Trains and monitors seasonal staff to follow proper cleaning procedures at all District facilities.
Inventories and orders equipment and supplies needed for facility operations.
Provide marketing support, input and direction to promote the district’s facilities, events, classes, and programs.
Attends special events to facilitate operations and respond to emergencies or problems; ensures all aspects of events are implemented and controlled according to plans.
Performs custodial work as needed. May open and close facilities as well as set up tables, equipment, chairs, bleachers, A/V equipment for events, classes, programs, and rentals.
Assists with other program areas as demands dictate.
Performs related duties as required
Modern methods, techniques and procedures used in planning , implementing, marketing, and evaluating recreation facilities, events programs and classes.
Facility preparation including equipment, operations, and techniques. Safety policies and procedures.
Use of a personal computer and software programs, including MSWord and Excel.
Preparation of reports, schedules, and other related program materials.
Analyzing problems, evaluating alternatives and making creative recommendations.
Public relations, customer service and conflict resolution.
Work evenings, night shifts, split shifts, weekends, some holidays and respond appropriately to call outs.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships and work independently.
Establish, develop and maintain quality standards for facility rentals.
Work independently in the absence of supervision.
Possession of a valid California Drivers License, and good driving record.
Obtain First Aid/CPR certification within six (6) months of employment.
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