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This is specialized recreational work of an instructional nature.
An employee in this class is responsible for providing instruction in a specific recreation activity on a part-time basis. Work also involves preparing samples and written directions, selecting materials, and adopting suitable teaching methods to meet individual needs. Work is performed under the direction of a recreation supervisor, who formulates the general policies, schedules meeting dates, and otherwise assists in seeing that the activity is provided with adequate space and necessary materials and supplies in order that it may attain the desired objectives. The employee is expected to use acquired specialized knowledge in instructing participants in such activities as dancing, music, crafts, tennis, swimming, dramatics, gymnastics and boxing. JOB REQUIREMENTS & WORK ENVIRONMENT:
PLEASE NOTE: Candidates must pass a fingerprinting/background screening process prior to employment. NOTE:
- Have successfully graduated from a standard high school or possess an acceptable G.E.D. from a recognized issuing agency.
- Experience in organizing and instructing groups in a wide variety of recreation activities for different age groups and interests.
- Supervises part-time personnel and volunteers when necessary.
- At Least Six (6) months experience in sports instruction or officiating with a variety of sports such as basketball, soccer, volleyball, golf and flag football
Youth sports officials may also keep scorebooks, operate scoreboards and instruct Pee Wee Sports Programs. Officials are classified by experience and knowledge. HOW TO APPLY/ VETERAN INFORMATION:
All applicants must complete the attached supplemental worksheet as well as the standard employment application.
Applications will be reviewed and the hiring authority will contact those applicants whose application reflects the best match of experience for the position. Effective July 1, 2012:
The City of Fort Lauderdale now requires newly hired employees to accept payment by direct deposit. Payment by direct deposit will be a condition of employment and all new hires will be asked to designate where they would like their payroll checks to be directly deposited.
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