$27.71-$41.50 Hourly / $4,803.07-$7,193.33 Monthly / $57,636.80-$86,320.00 Yearly
Conducts studies to identify problems, recommends improvements to existing programs and determine feasibility and/or cost of proposals for new programs based on analysis; coordinates the Facilities and Parks Assessment program;
Plans, develops, coordinates and manages multiple departmental special projects simultaneously; streamlines and improves business processes; consults with management team members to resolve business problems;
Plans, organizes and partners with staff in the creation of administrative policy standards in support of departmental objectives; handles a variety of administrative details for management staff;
Conducts grant research for department unique grants and assists in preparation and reporting of grant status; may work in concert with city’s Grant Coordinator.
Coordinates department’s use of social media to include Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and remains current with latest social media developments to make appropriate recommendations.
Establishes, maintains and enhances business relationships with external community business partners;
Maintains records of department’s compliance with NRPA accreditation standards; ensures documentation is current, comprehensive and accessible; successfully guides department through related inspections and certifications.
Performs related work as required.
Considerable knowledge of: principles, practices and trends in Parks and Recreation administration, policy and standards; project management tools and techniques; grant research, analysis and writing; NRPA Accreditation, facilities and parks assessment, use of social media in the workplace, MS Office, Excel, Access; MS-Project.
Knowledge of: public administration and organization.
Ability to: conduct independent research and prepare reports; analyze information and document procedures and processes; analyze systems and procedures and explain; make effective presentations; perform project leader duties; clearly and concisely communicate with all levels, both orally and in writing; establish and maintain effective working internal and external relationships, prepare and maintain records.