|Department||Parks & Recreation|
|Open Date||8/2/2019 12:00:00 AM|
|Filing Deadline||8/16/2019 11:59:00 PM|
|Salary||$15.41 - $21.92/hour; $2,671.07 - $3,799.47/month; $32,052.80 - $45,593.60/year|
|Type of Recruitment||Open|
An employee in this class is responsible for programs such as fine arts, theatrical arts with a diverse population of adults, seniors, and disabled and children. Tasks are of average difficulty and include teaching, instructing, and participating in a variety of activities. Under general supervision, the employee in this class of work performs the assigned tasks independently. The employee is required to exercise some initiative and independent judgement in planning, teaching, performing and conducting activities for all ages and abilities. The employee might be required to work varying schedules which might include nights and weekends, and to travel to various locations. Work is reviewed through observation, conferences, reports submitted, and results obtained.
Plans, promotes, and conducts recreational programs; teaches and/or oversees fine arts and/or theater classes for adults, children, seniors and/or the disabled; performs in a variety of theatrical programs and/or teaches a variety of fine art classes participants as necessary.
Develops and teaches classes in fine arts such as ceramics, metal smithing, drawing, painting, printmaking and digital arts.
Performs clerical work; prepares and submits reports; verifies purchase orders and requisitions; takes orders and purchases supplies for activities; checks in and puts supplies away; assists with inventory of supplies, receives monies from class participants and enters information into our tracking system; maintains records, logs, lists, and forms.
Inspects recreational/studio/workshop facilities and equipment to ensure safety; enforces proper safety practices, and occupational safety rules and regulations; oversees operation of assigned area in absence of higher level workers; ensures security of building.
Directs visitors at center/studio; answers phones and provides information concerning programs and use of centers.
Performs related work as required.
Working knowledge of: teaching techniques, materials, care of and use equipment applicable to a wide variety of theater arts and/or fine art activities.
Some knowledge of: first aid and CPR; basic records keeping.
Ability to: coordinate, teach and conduct classes and programs in fine arts and/or theater arts; counsel and advise participants; maintain records and compile reports; establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, community groups, and the general public; perform activities requiring moderate physical strength and endurance; plan and conducts theater arts and fine arts programs and classes; work with all age groups and disabilities.
Skill in: administering first aid and CPR; care/maintenance of recreational equipment such as loading and uploading of pottery kilns; mixing glazes for pottery classes; operating power tools and sound and light systems for theatrical production/classes.