Randolph Township is seeking a full-time Assistant Director for the Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department. Under the direction of the Director, the Assistant Director will be responsible for oversight of year round and seasonal programs. Duties include, but are not limited to, supervising a wide range of programming; recruiting and evaluating seasonal employees for day camp and waterfront programs, and assisting in special events planning. The candidate must possess knowledge of relevant local, state and federal regulations and codes; experience in developing policies and guidelines; experience overseeing youth programs (including scheduling at multiple sites), summer camps, swimming facilities (beach front preferred), cultural arts programs, and special events; experience overseeing the specifications and purchase of equipment and supplies needed for program services. Other required skills include the ability to direct the work of professional staff and support employees, assist the Director with oversight of facility and field management; experience with managing Operations and Capital Improvement Budgets. Evening and weekend hours are required. Candidate must be computer literate, preferably with MS Office Suite and online registration programs, as well as understanding social media in promoting programs and events. Full job description is available online at: http://www.randolphnj.org/government/employment.
Bachelors degree and five years of relevant experience, including two years in planning and administration, or a combination of education and experience providing the knowledge and skills required.
About Randolph Township
Randolph is recognized as a superb town to live and raise a family. Located in the center of prestigious Morris County, Randolph benefits from excellent schools , beautiful parks and terrific recreation programs.
Ensuring a highly desirable quality of life for residents of all ages is a priority. Over the past twenty years, conservation of open lands was prioritized with an eye towards retaining a balance between residential development and the town’s rural past.