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Full Time
Tribal Government
Job Description:

General Summary
Plans, organizes and coordinates recreation and sports programs for the recreation center, park, or off-site locations. Guides and supervises the work of junior staff and volunteers to achieve quality delivery of programs.


Core Scope  
  • Sport Programs
    • Plans, organizes, implements and coordinates sports programs, including programs for adult teams, leagues, tournaments, special events, health development, youth outreach and indigenous sports.
    • Coordinates event for each sport such as ordering trophies, setting up tables, and arrangement for foods and gifts.
    • Coaches youth sports teams.
    • Guides and supervises the work of junior staff and volunteers to achieve the quality delivery of sport programs.
    • Serves as a liaison in the Inter Tribal Sports organization.
    • Provides reports on attendance and success of the sport programs.
  • Recreation Programs
    • Plans, organizes, implements and coordinates recreation programs such as after school programs, summer camps, field trips and preparing snacks.
    • Coordinates events for recreation programs such as ordering supplies and materials, setting up tables and equipment, and arrangement for foods, etc.
    • Serves as a liaison with other recreation programs and organizations as assigned.
    • Provides reports on attendance and success of recreation programs.
  • Registration
    • Registers participants in classes and other activities
    • Collects fees from participants, issues receipts and maintains accurate records of transaction.
  • Supervision of Participants
    • Provides instruction to participants in organized sports programs, classes and activities.
    • Provides instruction to participants in recreational programs and activities when needed.
    • Ensures that a participant follows departmental policies and procedures.
  • Housekeeping/Maintenance
    • Maintains recreation center with light housekeeping, including sweeping, mopping, and/or dry mopping floors.
    • Prepares, paints, and sets up sport fields for game day.
    • Ensures laundry activities are accomplished, including towels and making sure gear are clean and dry.
    • Assists with the maintenance of recreation facilities.
  • Community Relation
    • Establishes and maintains cooperative planning and working relationships with the tribal communities and outlying communities serving the Viejas Indian Reservation.
  • General Office
    • Issues equipment and supplies to members.
    • Maintains inventory of equipment and supplies.
    • Keeps track of uniform and ensure cleanliness.
    • Orders office supplies and prepares check requests.
    • Coordinates transportation for game day, recreation programs and activities. Drives children to or from recreational activities in a Viejas vehicle.
    • Maintains schedule for all sport fields and facilities.
    • Publicizes recreation programs and other offerings by creating, producing, and distributing printed materials; communicates information to all team members and community.
    • Prepares and documents incidences promptly.
    • Prepares reports and works on special projects to support initiative and directives from management.
  • Guest Focus
    • Assists all participants and guests with inquiries regarding recreation events and promotions.
    • Resolves problems or refers matters to recreation management.
  • Other
    • Partners and works with other departments and outside organization to ensure efficient transaction, excellent guest service and motivated team members.
    • Complies with applicable governmental laws and regulations.
    • Follows departmental policies and standard operating procedures.
    • Understands and follows safety guidelines while working in the jobsite.
    • Ensures a clean, safe, hazard-free work environment is maintained.
    • Performs all related and compatible duties as assigned.
Job Complexity
  • Works on assignments that are complex in nature.
  • May acts as a lead on project; coordinating the work of others, but not a supervisor.
  • Responsible for decisions that will add benefit to programs and contribute to the short-term goals of the department.
  • Interacts with children, parents, community, and peer groups.
  • Coordinates the work of junior staff and volunteers.
Education/ Certification
  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED) required.
  • Associate’s degree preferred.
  • Must obtain First Aid/CPR certification within 90 days of employment.
  • Valid Class B California’s driver license within 90 days of employment.
  • 4 or more years of experience working with children, preferably in the area of recreational, physical education and related experience.
  • Familiarity with Native American culture preferred.
Knowledge and Skills
  • General knowledge team sports and sports terminology.
  • General knowledge of recreational activities, functions, events and programs.
  • Basic computer knowledge, using Microsoft Program (Publisher, Excel, and Word).
  • Excellent guest service skills.
  • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal skills.
  • Strong planning, organizational and supervisory skills.
  • Demonstrate strong motivational commitment to the organization.
  • Ability to deal with diverse personality.
  • Ability to work in a fast paced, high activity environment.
  • Ability to multitask, self-starter, punctual and able to adjust to change.
  • Must be flexible to work different shifts, evenings, weekends, and holidays.
Job Requirements:
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