Find the Job That's Right for You!
With 14 swimming pool facilities operating year-round, our Aquatics Team is passionate about safety and fun! Whether you are looking to save lives, lead aquatic programs or serve as a role model for your community, the Parks and Recreation Department has the aquatics job for you!
Pool Guard I
Work at one of our 14 municipal pools greeting guests, monitoring pool and deck areas to prevent accidents and more! Water Safety Instructor training available!
Pool Guard II
Teach aquatics classes, offer first aid and monitor pool and deck areas!
If you like working in a team environment, enjoy the outdoors and have a passion for the game, the Golf Division wants you! The Golf Division has a variety of full time and hourly golf operations and maintenance positions available today!
Golf Operations Assistant
Work at one of our three municipal golf courses as a Golf Operations Assistant is a great way to start! Golf Operations Assistants fulfill critical day to day operational duties including checking golfers in for available tee times, coordinating golfers at the starter booth, securing tee times for resident and non-resident golfers and more!
Like working with your hands in the outdoors? Greenskeepers perform a variety of ground maintenance duties including mowing, edging and top-dressing greens, assist with aeration, sodding and overseeding.
Equipment Technician I
Golf Division Equipment Technicians repair and maintain golf maintenance equipment including, irrigation systems, water meters and small turf equipment.
Equipment Technician II
Equipment Technician II positions require two years of full-time experience performing skilled repair and maintenance work on equipment used in golf course maintenance and conduct golf facility field and diagnostic work
Equipment Technician III
Supervisory position that oversees comprehensive preventative maintenance program, maintains inventory and manages facility maintenance shop.
Interested in a career in golf? We can give you the training and experience you need. Golf Division Recreation Aides are entry level positions who assist golf division staff with daily operations including general customer service, checking in golfers, making advance tee time reservations, assisting at the starter’s booth.
How does spending your workdays outside in parks, beaches and bays sound? Grounds Maintenance Workers are deployed all over the city park, beaches and bay system, tasked with keeping these beautiful city assets clean and safe for all our visitors.
Grounds Maintenance Worker I
Grounds Maintenance Worker I positions perform physically active and routine grounds maintenance and custodial tasks at recreation facilities, parks, golf courses and other public facilities.
Grounds Maintenance Worker II
Grounds Maintenance Worker II (GMW II) positions maintain parks, recreation centers and other park facilities planting and maintaining shrubs, flowers, turf and trees. GMW IIs also clean park facilities by removing weeds, debris and trash, mowing, edging, pruning and trimming. Work may also include maintenance of indoor facilities including recreation centers and community rooms.
Grounds Maintenance Supervisor
Grounds Maintenance Supervisors supervise and train grounds maintenance crews in the performance of park grounds and facilities. Supervisors prepare work schedules, assign work to crews and issue service requests.
Enjoy days filled with fun, laughter and activity? Then a job working at a recreation center might just be for you! Join our recreation team and start getting paid to have fun. Positions are available all over the city.
Recreation Aides work at City recreation centers, teen centers and after school programs assisting with sports, games, crafts and other activities. Rec aides help residents register for classes and general customer service for patrons. Must be at least 15.5 years old, hours are flexible, and no experience is needed!
Recreation Leader I
Rec Leader I positions plan, organize and teach recreation classes, assist with program marketing efforts and help open and close recreational facilities, among other customer service-related duties. Must be at least 16 years old and 900 hours of recreation related experience/education.
Recreation Leader II
Recreation Leader II positions plan, teach and evaluate recreational programming for children and teens, create monthly activity calendars, assist with program marketing efforts, work with school personnel, social service agencies and citizen advisory groups to Must be at least 18 years old and 1800 hours of recreation related experience/education.