We need a volunteer who can do the following:
1) Enforce rules and regulations of recreational facilities in order to maintain discipline and ensure safety.
2) Organize, lead, and promote interest in recreational activities such as arts, crafts, sports, games, camping, and hobbies.
3) Manage the daily operations of recreational facilities.
4) Administer first aid according to prescribed procedures, and notify emergency medical personnel when necessary.
5) Ascertain and interpret group interests, evaluate equipment and facilities, and adapt activities to meet participant needs.
6) Greet new arrivals to activities, introducing them to other participants, explaining facility rules, and encouraging their participation.
7) Explain principles, techniques, and safety procedures to participants in recreational activities, and demonstrate use of materials and equipment.
8) Evaluate recreation areas, facilities, and services in order to determine if they are producing desired results.
9) Complete and maintain time and attendance forms and inventory lists.
10) Confer with management in order to discuss and resolve participant complaints.
11) Supervise and coordinate the work activities of personnel, such as training staff members and assigning work duties.
12) Meet and collaborate with agency personnel, community organizations, and other professional personnel to plan balanced recreational programs for participants.
13) Schedule maintenance and use of facilities.
14) Direct special activities or events such as aquatics, gymnastics, or performing arts.
15) Meet with staff to discuss rules, regulations, and work-related problems.
16) Provide for entertainment and set up related decorations and equipment.
17) Encourage participants to develop their own activities and leadership skills through group discussions.
- Football (US)
- Martial Arts
- Outdoor Recreation
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 21
- Orientation or Training
- 2-10 hrs weekly
- Experience interfacing with the "at risk" community