The fundamental reason this classification exists is to direct a wide variety of recreational activities at an assigned community center. While these programs are developed in accordance with established general principles and will normally include certain basic activities, employees exercise judgment and initiative in adapting and planning programs within this general outline to the interests and needs of the particular group served. Employees in this class may oversee the activities of other employees in the recreational program assigned to his/her area.
The essential functions are: plans and organizes recreational activities; assists with the general operation of the Community Center and evaluates community center programs for municipal recreation. Serves as acting director in the absence of the director. Employees in this class are supervised by the Community Center Director.