The Cameron Park Community Services District has a vibrant, active, and well-kept Community Center campus with an assembly hall, classrooms, gymnasium, and pool. In addition, the District has three community parks and four neighborhood parks with sports fields, playgrounds, pickle ball and tennis courts, walking paths, and picnic areas. The Recreation Supervisor is responsible for all aspects of the Recreation Department including community special events, enrichment classes, aquatics, youth and adult sports, seniors, summer day camp, and development of the Activity Guide. The position works closely with the Parks Superintendent and reports directly to the General Manager. The Recreation Supervisor supervises one full-time, permanent employee (position currently vacant), 2-3 year-round part-time employees, and up to 50 seasonal day camp and aquatics employees. The Department budget is approximately $450,000 annually, based mostly on fees, grants, and sponsorships.
Qualifications and Education Requirements
Bachelor’s in Recreation & Parks Administration, or related field; and
Two years of experience in parks and recreation with increasing responsibility.
Preferred Skills and/or Certifications
Ability to direct, assign and motivate staff and volunteers;
Ability to communicate clearly and concisely orally and in writing;
Must possess and maintain a valid California’s driver’s license;
Must maintain Standard First Aid and Adult/Child CPR certifications.
Completed application and resume should be emailed to Vicky Neibauer at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include 3 professional references.
Deadline to apply is Friday, February 14th. Interviews will take place the week of February 24th.
Additional Salary Information: with benefits
About Cameron Park Community Services District
The community of Cameron Park is located in the foothills of El Dorado County, on the west slope of the Sierra Nevada Mountains along U.S. Highway 50, about 30 miles east of Sacramento, California. The community is home to about 18,000 residents and covers an area of about 8.3 square miles. Cameron Park was the 1950s vision of Ruth and Larry Cameron, who purchased the 5,000 acre ranch. The Cameron Park Community Services District (CPCSD) administers fire and emergency services; parks; recreation; covenants, conditions and restrictions (CC&Rs); lighting and landscaping; solid waste disposal; and recycling.
The CPCSD, under new creative leadership, is recruiting friendly, enthusiastic, dedicated, driven professionals to the be part of this exciting team. The ideal candidate is hardworking with strong leadership and customer service skills.