Job: Summer Events Supervisor - Sturgeon County
Summer Events Supervisor
Competition #: 13-2018
3 Full Time Positions (Seasonal) - April 23 – August 24, 2018
Rate of Pay - $19.80 - $23.16 hour
Hours of Work – 40 hours per week
Competition Close Date - 4:30pm Feb 9, 2018
What a Supervisor does:
- Provides quality summer child/youth programs.
- Plan, implement and evaluate summer programs for children/youth 3 - 17 years of age.
- Coordinate the advertising and promotion of summer programs, including assistance with summer tabloid and digital media.
- Supervise Sturgeon County summer staff and volunteers who are on site at programs under your direction.
- Maintain accurate attendance records on all programs under your direction as well as daily time sheets, budget reports, accident reports, medical forms, petty cash purchases and program reports.
- Assist Community Development Coordinator with evaluation of summer staff and volunteers.
- Ensure that effective relations with parents, school staff, volunteers, transportation drivers and facility attendants are maintained.
- Ensure that all facilities used are kept clean and secure, and that all equipment and supplies are returned.
- Provide program participants with information pertinent to the programs they are enrolled in.
- Organize supplies and food for each program.
- Ensure that final reports for all programs are completed.
- Update, and maintain procedure manual to ensure it remains current as it relates to these positions.
- Attend training sessions and workshops as required.
- Attend scheduled staff meetings, complete a mid and final evaluation on self and co-workers.
- Available to work evenings and occasional weekends.
- Participate in planning and implementing training for the Summer Events Leaders and J.E.T. volunteers.
- Adhere to applicable responsibilities and accountabilities as outlined in the Sturgeon County Health and Safety Management System.
- Other related duties.
- Good organizational skills, computer skills and supervisory skills. Must work effectively and efficiently with others with little or no supervision, always be punctual, communicate openly, take direction well, self-motivated, and responds to public inquiries in a calm and friendly manner. Work is performed within the county. Comfort and ability to drive in rural and urban settings is required. Physical job requirements include: occasional lifting of 30 pounds, sitting and standing for extended periods of time.
What are we looking for?
- Post-secondary education in recreation, education or other related field and previous experience working with children and/or youth in a program setting.
- Valid first aid certificate and defensive driving certificate is required prior to start of employment.
- A valid class 5 driver’s license and access to a vehicle is required. Willingness and ability to apply for a class 4 license would be an asset.
- A clear Criminal Record and Child Welfare Record Check is required.
Why work for us?
We are a thriving, vibrant rural community sharing one of our borders with Edmonton and St. Albert. Our organization is dedicated to improving the quality of life for our residents and we make that happen through our family culture, a strong spirit and progressive attitude.
$19.80 - $23.16/hr
February 9, 2018
Please submit your resume and cover letter by email quoting competition number (13-2018) in the subject line to:
Morinville, AB T8R 1L9
Thank you to all applicants for their interest, however only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.
Sturgeon County is an equal opportunity employer.