The Recreation and Community Event Supervisor will plan, organize, develop, direct and supervise major recreational programs, facilities and specialty classes such as senior, adult and youth recreation activities, neighborhood engagement, community capacity building, sports, special events, and contract classes.
The successful candidate will have demonstrated expertise in the principles and practices of recreational, senior services and related activity, program development and implementation,
knowledge of the methods for analyzing community needs and developing and marketing resources to meet those needs, ability and knowledge to promote community recreation events, sports leagues, and specialty programs.
Minimum qualifications of the job for education and experience include any combination of the following: completion of the twelfth grade supplemented by specialized training or coursework in parks and recreation administration and four years of increasingly responsible experience in the development and implementation of professional level recreational, social and cultural programs and activities; including one year providing technical and functional supervision over assigned personnel. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in Parks and Recreation, Public Administration, Physical Education or a related field is preferred.
Under immediate supervision (Utility Operations Maintenance Worker I) to general supervision (Utility Operations Maintenance Worker II) performs a variety of semi-skilled and/or skilled tasks in maintenance, operation, repair, replacement, construction, and system(s) improvements work on District wastewater and potable water systems; cuts, fits, lays, repairs, taps, cleans and flushes water and sewer mains and services; and maintains records, files, reports, and prepare work orders relating to inspections and maintenance work.
The ideal candidate will have experience in the operations and services of a potable water distribution and wastewater collection agency, knowledge of the principles and practices of system inspection, preventive maintenance, and methods and techniques to troubleshoot and diagnose system issues. Ability to operate a variety of vehicles, equipment, power, and hand tools including motorized, pneumatic, and hydraulic equipment.
The GL Accountant performs a variety of technical accounting duties including bank reconciliations, journal entries, accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll processing and maintenance, filing tax reports, maintains and prepares pension plan(s) reporting, and employee deductions. Responds to customer questions regarding water and sewer billing. Provides information to complete annual auditing process. The GL Accountant reports to the Controller.
The successful candidate will have demonstrated expertise in the principles and practices of payroll processing and reporting, knowledge of local, state and federal regulations, and the ability to organize, set priorities, and meet critical time deadlines.
Minimum qualifications of the job for education and experience include any combination of the following: completion of the twelfth grade supplemented by specialized training or coursework in accounting demonstrating thorough knowledge of accounting principles, financial statements and internal control practices and five (5) years of experience in the accounting field. A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in accounting or a related field is preferred.
A Certified Payroll Professional Certificate will be required, or the ability to obtain within eighteen (18) months from date of hire.