The Town of San Anselmo is seeking an energetic and motivated Recreation Coordinator II in the Recreation Department. This hands-on position is responsible for exercising independent judgment in a wide range of administrative and programming duties, including marketing and promotion, budget oversight, and program development. This position also responds to requests for information from the public. Primary areas of program responsibility include after school programming, summer camp and break camp programming, teen programming, enrichment programming, and facility rentals.
Qualifications… The Ideal Candidate The candidate should possess a combination of education and experience equivalent to a bachelor’s degree in recreation, business, or public administration, or related field and two years of increasingly responsible experience. Background in after school care and youth programs is desired. Additional experience may substitute for education.
Essential duties include but are not limited to:
Promote and coordinate assigned activities, including preparing marketing materials.
Maintain logs, files, and other record keeping systems; gather and monitor information and prepare periodic statistical, financial, and operations reports.
Implement recreation activities and other related programs; schedule use of facilities; organize and schedule programs in areas of assignment; plan and implement special events.
Help conduct research and surveys regarding recreation issues and recommend new activities, programs, and services.
Provide critical administrative functions including cash handling, deposits, account reconciliation, expenditure documentation, and budget monitoring.
About the San Anselmo Area
San Anselmo (population 13,000) is located in the heart of the Ross Valley in Marin County, approximately 12 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge. San Anselmo has a close-knit and active
community environment. The Town is famous for its many antique collectives, shops and restaurants. San Anselmo’s location in Marin County offers a wonderful mix of active recreational pursuits, including power and sail boating in the ocean and bays, and sheltered harbors with easy access to over 1,000 miles of inland waterways.
The Recreation Department has an annual budget of $1.67 million and provides a comprehensive recreation program to the greater Ross Valley. Its staff manages a variety of programs and facilities and works closely with outside agencies including the local school districts.