Part-Time Youth Sports Program Assistant | Posted 10/21/14
The Granville Recreation District is seeking a part-time Youth Sports Program Assistant. Responsibilities will include assisting with youth sport leagues and clinics, special events, facility management, general administrative tasks, and light maintenance. The majority of assigned work will be in the area of youth athletics and the implementation of our various league offerings.
Candidates must be responsible, self-motivated and have excellent time management skills. Must be available for flexible hours including night and weekend responsibilities. Candidates must possess a valid driver’s license and transportation to work.
The position is twenty hours per week and will work primarily with the GRD’s Youth Sports Coordinator.
Additional information on the Granville Recreation District can be found on our website at www.GranvilleRec.org.
Interested candidates should email a resume and clover letter to the below contact.
Andy Wildman | Executive Director | Granville Recreation District
The Granville Recreation District is always seeking qualified, creative and positive people to become part of our team. The website is updated when specific opportunities are posted but we are always looking for staff to assist with team sports requiring referees, umpires, officials, site supervisors and scorekeepers. Please contact Chris Skidmore (Youth Sports Coordinator) at 740-587-2013 for more information.
The Granville Recreation District also offers internship opportunities for students pursuing a degree in Recreation, Leisure Studies or related field at an accredited university. Responsibilities will include assisting with projects, programs and events within numerous areas of the district including but not limited to youth athletics, special events, senior programming, facility management, general programming, administration, budgeting and maintenance.
The majority of assigned work will be in the area of youth athletics and the implementation of our various league offerings, but interns also have an opportunity to take on special studies or projects. Examples from previous internships are creation, marketing and implementation of a community 5K, implementation of a new online registration system, analysis of specific programming costs, and research and proposed policy modifications such as park signage and rules.
Interns join our small staff and have the opportunity to be exposed to and involved in almost all aspects of the recreation department including staff and board meetings, website and social media updates, marketing, etc.
Candidates must be responsible, self-motivated and have excellent time management skills. Must be available for flexible hours including night and weekend responsibilities. Candidates must be a current student of an accredited university pursuing a bachelor’s degree in recreation or a related field. Candidates must possess a valid driver’s license and transportation to work. Internships are available year round during the spring, summer and fall.
Interested candidates should email a resume to Chris Skidmore (Youth Sports Cooordinator) at firstname.lastname@example.org