Portland Parks and Recreation

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Location Area Type Job Job Description Application Application Due Date
Charles Jordan Community Center North/Northeast Recreation Afterschool Program-Various LEAP AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAM Education Majors: This is your chance to get experience in the field while youíre in school! Education Degree Graduates: This is the perfect opportunity to keep you working in your field until you find your perfect full-time position! People with experience working with children age K-5: If you have experience in this field already, we want to talk to you! Portland Parks & Recreation is an AWESOME place to work. Charles Jordan Community Center is looking for Afterschool counselors to join our team. Basic duties: Supervise children age 6-12 in a group setting of 4 staff/40 children. Assist the Lead with scheduled activities as needed (prepping crafts, setting up games, keeping the room clean, being silly, singing songs & playing games!). Be a counselor to the children first, and a friend second. Enforce rules. Help children be respectful to others & staff. Keep everyone safe. Have fun! If you are interested, please see the attached document for further information. Afterschool Program Job 2016.pdf Open until filled
Citywide Citywide Instructor Dance JOB TITLE: Recreation Support Ė Parent/Child Dance/Ballet Instructor ENTRY WAGE: $11.50 - $12.50 _______________________________________________________________________________   OVERVIEW: We are looking for a parent/child: dance/ballet instructor for Thursday mornings 8:45-1:15am at St. Johnís Community Center. Instructor monitors classes/activities in recreation & leisure services in area of Dance. May develop lesson plans related to area of fine arts based upon overall program objectives & guidelines. Prepares materials for instruction of classes/activities; monitors participation & evaluates classes/activities. This is a casual/part-time position with flexible hours. DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Collaborate with professional recreation staff to plan & schedule classes/activities. 2. Instruct classes/activities in a fine arts medium. 3. Communicate with staff regarding supplies, space, & other needs. 4. Develop a rapport with participants & respond to questions & concerns. 5. Observe progress & discuss with participants when appropriate. 6. Set up & take down equipment as necessary. 7. Demonstrate appropriate classroom/activity organization at all times to ensure safe & effective classes. 8. Follow all Portland Parks & Recreation rules, policies, & procedures. 9. Maintain excellent communication with all staff & customers through verbal & written means. 10. Wear Portland Parks & Recreation name badge or staff clothing while on duty. 11. Attend all mandatory staff meetings and required trainings. 12. Recognize and promptly respond to safety hazards and emergency situations. 13. Other duties as assigned. IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED FOR EMPLOYMENT YOU MUST SUBMIT APPLICATION AND RESUME. To Apply: http://www.pdxparks.org/job_board/output/files/Citywide%20Application_2015.pdf In Person at: Rice School Attn: Carlee Smith 6433 NE Tillamook Portland, OR 97213 Or Email: Parksrecreationhiring@portlandoregon.gov Portland Parks & Recreation values a diverse workforce and seeks ways to promote equity and inclusion within the organization. PP&R encourages candidates with knowledge, ability and experience working with a broad range of individuals and diverse communities. Although not required, PP&R encourages candidates that can fluently speak another language to include that information in your resume. If you are requesting Veteranís Preference, attach a copy of your DD214/DD215 and/or Veteranís Administration letter stating your disability to your profile. You must request Veteranís Preference AND include a copy of your documentation for each recruitment you apply for. Veteranís Preference documentation must be submitted with your application. Part-Time Citywide Application_16_17.pdf Open until filled
Citywide Citywide Recreation Inclusion Assistant Portland Parks & Recreation is hiring inclusion assistants for our Adaptive and Inclusive Recreation program. Inclusion assistants work 1 to 1 with children with disabilities in preschool and afterschool programs, as well as sports and dance classes. These are part time positions (5-20 hrs/week), so they are a great opportunity for college students, especially those studying special education, autism, speech therapy, occupational therapy, etc. Full time hours are available during school holidays and during the summer. If you are interested, please see the attached document for further details and the application process. Portland Parks & Recreation values a diverse workforce and seeks ways to promote equity and inclusion within the organization. PP&R encourages candidates with knowledge, ability and experience working with a broad range of individuals and diverse communities to apply. PP&R encourages candidates that can fluently speak more than one language. Part-Time Citywide Application_16_17.pdf Open until filled
Citywide Citywide Seasonal/Part-Time Maintenance The City of Portland Park Services Support Division is now accepting resumes for Seasonal Maintenance Worker. These are temporary positions varying in employment up to a maximum of 1400 Hours per calendar year. RESPONSIBILITIES Seasonal Maintenance Workers perform a variety of unskilled and limited skill duties such as: Landscaping in City parks and gardens Janitorial maintenance tasks in City parks and gardens Work may be performed independently or as part of a crew and under close supervision. If you are interested, please see the attached document. MaintenanceWorker2016.pdf Open until filled
Citywide Citywide Aquatics Aquatics Portland Parks and Recreation operates programs at six indoor swimming facilities. We are looking for qualified staff to operate these pools. Employee duties include lifeguarding, teaching aquatic classes, instructing water fitness classes, cashiering, and maintenance tasks. All staff are expected to convey good public relations and follow established policies and procedures for safe, fun and efficient operation of the City pools. Please see the attached document for the various positions available and the application. 2016 SUM Ret Staff App wDescriptions.pdf Open until filled
Citywide Citywide Aquatics Various Portland Parks and Recreation operates programs at six indoor swimming facilities. We are looking for qualified staff to operate these pools. Employee duties include lifeguarding, teaching aquatic classes, instructing water fitness classes, cashiering, and maintenance tasks. All staff are expected to convey good public relations and follow established policies and procedures for safe, fun and efficient operation of the City pools. Please see the attached document for the various positions available and the application. 2016-17FWSP All Staff AppPosWages.pdf Open until filled
Community Centers - Multiple North/Northeast,Southeast Recreation Front Desk Portland Parks & Rec is in need of cheerful new people to join our Front Desk team. Responsible for providing quality customer service to anyone who enters the building, participates in activities and/ or calls seeking information or assistance. This includes frequent interaction with the public & Portland Parks & Recreation staff. This is a casual/part-time position with flexible hours. There is no guarantee of the number of hours needed each week nor the number of hours you will work from week to week There are currently 3 sites hiring for front desk staff. For further information, please see the attached document which also includes the application. Front Desk Posting 2016_17.pdf Open until filled
Community Music Center Southeast Instructor Piano Teacher Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) seeks a qualified piano instructor for group piano classes for youth at the Community Music Center in the 2016-17 school year. Days of work are Wednesdays after school and Saturday mornings (hours subject to enrollment), beginning in October, 2016. Wages are $20 - $34 per hour depending on education, training, and experience. If interested, please see the attached document and complete the application. PianoCMC.pdf Open until filled
Community Music Center Southeast Instructor Instructor Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) seeks a qualified general music/Orff Schulwerk instructor for youth group classes for youth at the Community Music Center in the 2016-17 school year. Days of work are Mondays and Thursdays after school (hours subject to enrollment), beginning in October, 2016. Wages are $20 - $34 per hour depending on education, training, and experience. If interested, please see the attached document and complete the application. OrffMusicInstructor.pdf Open until filled
East Portland Community Center & Pool Southeast Recreation Gymnastics Instructor Love gymnastics & kids? East Portland Community Center is currently seeking a part-time gymnastics instructor for Summer. Energetic, enthusiastic individuals interested in working with 2-12 year olds are encouraged to apply. Times are for Tuesday 4:30-6:30pm and Thursdays 10:00am-1pm. Possibility of teaching at other Portland Parks & Recreation centers as well. There may be opportunities to continue teaching after Summer term. If interested, please see the attached document for further information. Gymnastics Instructor EPCC 2016.pdf Open until filled
East Portland Community Center & Pool Southeast Recreation Front Desk JOB TITLE: Recreation Support - Customer Service/Front Desk ENTRY WAGE: $9.75 - $11.50 ______________________________________________________________________ OVERVIEW: East Portland Community Center is looking for one opening, 5a-12p shift and one closing 2-10pm shift during the weekdays Mon-Friday. We are also seeking an opening/day staff on the weekends various shifts from 6:30a-6:30p. Position to start the first of September. Previous customer service, data base experience, and bilingual is a plus. Responsible for providing quality customer service to anyone who enters the building, participates in activities and/ or calls seeking information or assistance. This includes frequent interaction with the public & Portland Parks & Recreation staff. This is a casual/part-time position with flexible hours. There is no guarantee of the number of hours needed each week nor the number of hours you will work from week to week. BASIC REQUIREMENTS: 1. Strong customer service skills & the ability to communicate effectively with staff & the public. 2. Solid computer & keyboard skills. 3. Maintain First Aid & CPR certifications DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Promote a welcoming & friendly atmosphere. 2. Greet & assist participants in person and/or over the phone. 3. Gain knowledge & understanding of registration software & registration systems. 4. Process registrations & payments for activities (when applicable). 5. Process facility memberships (when applicable). 6. Open and close the facility and/or activity areas. 7. Maintain up-to-date knowledge of programs/activities & information. 8. Learn procedures to balance & close-out the register & computer system daily. 9. Clerical duties such as filing, organizing, preparing mailings, etc. 10. Maintain compliance with PCI standards at all times. 11. Answer the telephone, refer calls, take messages & give out correct information concerning Portland Parks & Recreation programs. 12. Keep work area clean & organized 13. Keep all promotional materials current 14. Follow all Portland Parks & Recreation rules, policies, & procedures. 15. Maintain excellent communication with all staff & customers through verbal & written means. 16. Wear Portland Parks & Recreation name badge or staff clothing while on duty. 17. Attend all mandatory staff meetings and required trainings. 18. Recognize and promptly respond to safety hazards and emergency situations. 19. Other duties as assigned. IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED FOR EMPLOYMENT YOU MUST SUBMIT APPLICATION AND RESUME. To Apply: http://www.pdxparks.org/job_board/output/files/Citywide%20Application_2015.pdf Portland Parks & Recreation values a diverse workforce and seeks ways to promote equity and inclusion within the organization. PP&R encourages candidates with knowledge, ability and experience working with a broad range of individuals and diverse communities. Although not required, PP&R encourages candidates that can fluently speak another language to include that information in your resume. If you are requesting Veteranís Preference, attach a copy of your DD214/DD215 and/or Veteranís Administration letter stating your disability to your profile. You must request Veteranís Preference AND include a copy of your documentation for each recruitment you apply for. Veteranís Preference documentation must be submitted with your application. Part-Time Citywide Application_16_17.pdf Open until filled
Laurelhurst Studio Southeast Instructor Dance In order to be considered for employment you must submit an application and a resume. Link to online application: http://www.pdxparks.org/job_board/output/files/Citywide%20Application_2015.pdf Days/Times: Schedule may vary Location: Laurelhurst Dance Studio 3756 SE Oak St Portland, OR 97214 If you love Dance and enjoy working with kids we are interested in talking to you! Looking for Hip Hop, Jazz, Ballet, and Tap Instructors. OVERVIEW: Instructs and/or monitors classes/activities in recreation & leisure services in area of assignment. May develop lesson plans related to area of assignment based upon overall program objectives & guidelines. Prepares materials for instruction of classes/activities; monitors participation & evaluates classes/activities. BASIC REQUIREMENTS: 1.Possess thorough knowledge & skills related to assigned area of instruction. 2.Ability to work a variety of hours, including days, evenings, weekends & holidays. 3.Maintain First Aid & CPR certifications Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) values a diverse workforce and seeks ways to promote equity and inclusion within the organization. PP&R encourages candidates with knowledge, ability and experience working with a broad range of individuals and diverse communities. Although not required, PP&R encourages candidates that can fluently speak another language to include that information in your resume. If you are requesting Veteran's Preference, attach a copy of your DD214/DD215 and/or Veteran's Administration letter stating your disability to your profile. You must request Veteran's Preference AND include a copy of your documentation for each recruitment you apply for. Veteran's Preference documentation must be submitted with your application. Part-Time Citywide Application_16_17.pdf Open until filled
Mt. Scott Community Center Southeast Recreation Rentals We are looking for late night rental staff and messy art party hosts! Mainly weekends, start date around 10/1/2016. Late night rental staff hours would vary but typical hours would be between 6:45pm-midnight or 2am and would vary depending on the number of late night rentals we get. We usually have 1 really late night rental (wedding) every 3 months, but a ton of private pool rentals and evening teen rentals on Saturday nights between 6:45 and 11pm. That would pay $15/hr. If interested, please see the attached document. Rental Host_MSCC.pdf Open until filled
Penninsula Park Community Center North/Northeast Recreation Afterschool Counselor I & II SOAR AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAM Who we are looking for: Are you an Education Major or Graduate? This is your chance to get experience in the field while youíre in school or the perfect opportunity to keep you working in your field until you find your perfect full-time position. Or Do you have experience working with children in grades K-5? If you have experience in this field already, we want to talk to you! Portland Parks & Recreation is a great place to work. Peninsula Park Community Center is looking for an Afterschool Lead Counselor and Counselor to join our team for the 2016/2017 school year! Calendar: PPS school days / Program Starts: August 29th 2016 Basic duties: Lead Counselor II: Develops lesson plans & curricula related to area of assignment based upon overall program objectives & guidelines. Instructs classes in recreation & leisure services in area of specialty or assignment. Prepares materials for instruction of classes; monitors participation & evaluates classes. Class Instructors II are distinguished from Class Instructors I by the complexity in the assigned area of instruction. At the lower level, employees lead &/or instruct classes that require no minimum of hours or experience in the field area. Shift: M-F 2:30pm-6:15pm Pay $11-13 Counselor I: Supervise children age 6-12 in a group setting. Assist the Lead with scheduled activities as needed (prepping crafts, setting up games, keeping the room clean, being silly, singing songs & playing games). Be a counselor to the children first, and a friend second. Enforce rules. Help children be respectful to others & staff. Keep everyone safe. Have fun! Shift: M-F 3pm-6:15pm Pay: $9.25-11.25 To apply; deliver in-person, or email, your cover letter & resume to: Rice School Attn: Dulce Salgado 6433 NE Tillamook Portland, OR 97213 Or Email: Parksrecreationhiring@portlandoregon.gov Portland Parks & Recreation values a diverse workforce and seeks ways to promote equity and inclusion within the organization. PP&R encourages candidates with knowledge, ability and experience working with a broad range of individuals and diverse communities. Although not required, PP&R encourages candidates that can fluently speak another language to include that information in your resume. If you are requesting Veteranís Preference, attach a copy of your DD214/DD215 and/or Veteranís Administration letter stating your disability to your profile. You must request Veteranís Preference AND include a copy of your documentation for each recruitment you apply for. Veteranís Preference documentation must be submitted with your application. Part-Time Citywide Application_16_17.pdf Open until filled
PP&R Community Centers & Schools Citywide Seasonal/Part-Time Various PP&R Citywide Recreation is recruiting for citywide Seasonal Recreation positions in our preschool, youth, teen, adult, and senior recreation programs. The type of positions include: activity leader (various), arts instructor, class instructor (various), customer service representative, facility attendant, fitness center attendant, fitness instructor, inclusion assistant, and personal trainers. Activity leader and instructor positions are available in preschool, youth education and enrichment, sports, performing arts, fitness and senior recreation. Please download the attached pdf application for further information. If you are requesting Veteranís Preference, attach a copy of your DD214/DD215 and/or Veteranís Administration letter stating your disability to your profile. You must request Veteranís Preference AND include a copy of your documentation for each recruitment you apply for. Veteranís Preference documentation must be submitted with your application. Portland Parks & Recreation values a diverse workforce and seeks ways to promote equity and inclusion within the organization. PP&R encourages candidates with knowledge, ability and experience working with a broad range of individuals and diverse communities to apply. PP&R encourages candidates that can fluently speak more than one language. Part-Time Citywide Application_16_17.pdf Open until filled
Rosewood Initiative Southeast Instructor Various Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) is hiring music instructors for a private lesson pilot program at Rosewood Initiative (SE 162nd & Stark in Portland, OR), beginning Fall 2016. The program, funded by a grant from the City of Portland, provides up to a year of free instrumental instruction to school-age youth in East Portland, with preference to students in school programs in the districts of Centennial, David Douglas, Reynolds, and Parkrose. If interested, please see the attached document and fill out the application. Rosewood.pdf Open until filled
St. Johns Community Center North/Northeast Recreation Afterschool Counselor St. Johns Community Center is currently recruiting for a Camp Counselor I Hours/Days: 1:45pm-6pm, Mon-Fri Location: St. Johns Community Center 8427 N Central St. Portland OR 97203 Pay: $9.75-$11.75 IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED FOR EMPLOYMENT YOU MUST SUBMIT APPLICATION AND RESUME. OVERVIEW: Instructs and/or monitors classes/activities in recreation & leisure services in area of assignment. May develop lesson plans related to area of assignment based upon overall program objectives & guidelines. Prepares materials for instruction of classes/activities; monitors participation & evaluates classes/activities. To Apply: http://www.pdxparks.org/job_board/output/files/Citywide%20Application_2015.pdf DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Collaborate with professional recreation staff to plan & schedule classes/activities. 2. Instruct and/or monitor classes/activities. 3. Communicate with staff regarding supplies, space, & other needs. 4. Develop a rapport with participants & respond to questions & concerns. 5. Observe progress & discuss with participants when appropriate. 6. Set up & take down class/activity equipment as necessary. 7. Demonstrate appropriate classroom/activity organization at all times to ensure safe & effective classes. 8. Follow all Portland Parks & Recreation rules, policies, & procedures. 9. Maintain excellent communication with all staff & customers through verbal & written means. 10. Wear Portland Parks & Recreation name badge or staff clothing while on duty. 11. Attend all mandatory staff meetings & required trainings. 12. Recognize & promptly respond to safety hazards and emergency situations. 13. Other duties as assigned. Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) values a diverse workforce and seeks ways to promote equity and inclusion within the organization. PP&R encourages candidates with knowledge, ability and experience working with a broad range of individuals and diverse communities. Although not required, PP&R encourages candidates that can fluently speak another language to include that information in your resume. If you are requesting Veteran's Preference, attach a copy of your DD214/DD215 and/or Veteran's Administration letter stating your disability to your profile. You must request Veteran's Preference AND include a copy of your documentation for each recruitment you apply for. Veteran's Preference documentation must be submitted with your application. If interested, please see the attached document. Part-Time Citywide Application_16_17.pdf Open until filled
St. Johns Community Center North/Northeast Instructor Gymnastics Instructor Recreation Support Instructor Ė Gymnastics Wage: $11.50-$12.50, DOE We have classes on Tuesday (8:45-11:30am) & Saturday mornings (9am-12:45pm), student age range is 1 Ĺ-10 yrs. Applicants should have previous background in teaching gymnastics and must turn in a resume along with the application. OVERVIEW: Instructs and/or monitors classes/activities in recreation & leisure services in area of assignment. May develop lesson plans related to area of assignment based upon overall program objectives & guidelines. Prepares materials for instruction of classes/activities; monitors participation & evaluates classes/activities. This is a casual/part-time position with flexible hours. There is no guarantee of the number of hours needed each week nor the number of hours you will work from week to week. BASIC REQUIREMENTS: 1. Possess thorough knowledge & skills related to assigned area of instruction. 2. Ability to work a variety of hours, including days, evenings, weekends & holidays. 3. Maintain First Aid & CPR certifications KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES: 1. Demonstrate knowledge of principles, practices & rules related to assigned area of instruction and/or monitoring. 2. Ability to communicate effectively with diverse groups of people. 3. Ability to prepare & present lessons/activities for programs & classes 4. Ability to lead a class/activity & educate/motivate participants. 5. Ability to recognize & respond to safety & emergency situations. 6. Must be competent & knowledgeable in program/activity area. 7. Must be comfortable handling conflicts & responding to problems & customer concerns. DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Collaborate with professional recreation staff to plan & schedule classes/activities. 2. Instruct and/or monitor classes/activities. 3. Communicate with staff regarding supplies, space, & other needs. 4. Develop a rapport with participants & respond to questions & concerns. 5. Observe progress & discuss with participants when appropriate. 6. Set up & take down class/activity equipment as necessary. 7. Demonstrate appropriate classroom/activity organization at all times to ensure safe & effective classes. 8. Follow all Portland Parks & Recreation rules, policies, & procedures. 9. Maintain excellent communication with all staff & customers through verbal & written means. 10. Wear Portland Parks & Recreation name badge or staff clothing while on duty. 11. Attend all mandatory staff meetings & required trainings. 12. Recognize & promptly respond to safety hazards and emergency situations. 13. Other duties as assigned. IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED FOR EMPLOYMENT YOU MUST SUBMIT APPLICATION AND RESUME. To Apply: http://www.pdxparks.org/job_board/output/files/Citywide%20Application_2015.pdf Part-Time Citywide Application_16_17.pdf Open until filled

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Portland Parks & Recreation
1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 1302, Portland, OR 97204
Tel: 503-823-PLAY   Fax: 503-823-6007
Commissioner: Amanda Fritz
Director: Mike Abbaté