Do you want to help expand recreation opportunities in the North Whidbey community?
Can you help strengthen the relationships with taxpayers, the public, service organizations, and our valued partners?
Are you an experienced manager who can manage both day-to-day operations and strategic initiatives?
Are you a leader who can motivate a diverse population?
Are you ready to help us rebuild the district through updates to our facilities, organization, and processes?
If YES to all of the above, the North Whidbey Pool, Park, and Recreation District (NWPPRD) is looking for a Director like YOU!
NWPPRD is a tax supported district with approximately 60-70 employees. We own, maintain, and operate a community swimming pool, a dog park, and a baseball field. We operate on approximately $1 million annual budget including both taxpayer levy money distribution and operating revenues.
We are located in Oak Harbor, WA on the northern end of Whidbey Island, between Seattle and Vancouver, BC. Find out more about the natural beauty, diverse local offerings, and unmatched quality of life at whidbeycamanoislands.com and oakharbor.org.
The Director coordinates, supervises, and administers all phases of the District activities and operations. Oversees the staff and all financial dealings of the District.
Other responsibilities include:
To have general supervision over the administrative affairs of the District.
To appoint and remove employees of the District at his/her discretion, and as the law, policies of the District and circumstances may indicate.
To attend all meetings of the Board at which his/her attendance may be required by that body.
To recommend for adoption by the Board such measures as he/she deems necessary.
To prepare and submit to the Board such reports as may be required or as he/she deem necessary.
To keep the Board advised monthly of the financial condition of the District and its future needs.
To make the Board aware of relevant trends, anticipated adverse media coverage, threatened or pending lawsuits, or other relevant pertinent changes in the District.
To prepare and submit to the Board a proposed budget for the fiscal year and to be responsible for administration of the adopted budget.
To administer the activities of the District so as to fulfill its mission, promote its programs, and maintain its facilities.
To perform such other duties as the Board may determine by Resolution.
To organize and maintain all written policies and Resolutions so that they can be implemented quickly and efficiently.
To coordinate with staff to schedule special events/programs.
Responsible To: North Whidbey Pool, Park, and Recreation District Board of Commissioners.
Ability to sit, stand and move to perform a variety of tasks during an 8-hour day.
Ability to lift up to 20 pounds.
Ability to sit and operate computer for extended periods of time.
Ability to attend necessary off site meetings and seminars.
Bachelor's degree required or equivalent in relevant work experience.
Command of computer operation and software including Windows, e-mail, MS Office, social media, and ability to learn specialty programs.
Experience in management.
Experience working in a government organization or equivalent.
Experience in fiscal planning and execution.
Experience in aquatic facility operations (optional).
Certified Pool Operator or Aquatic Facility Operator certification preferred or ability to obtain with 6-12 months of hire.
About North Whidbey Pool Park and Recreation District
The North Whidbey Pool, Park, and Recreation District was formed by approval of the voters of the District in November 1977 for the purpose of financing the construction of recreational facilities on North Whidbey. The District is a separate municipal corporation, and is not in any way affiliated with the City of Oak Harbor or Island County Government. The District boundaries conform to those of Oak Harbor School District No. 201.
In November 1980 District voters approved a $1,700,000 bond issue for the purpose of constructing a community center that included a swimming pool. The John Vanderzicht Memorial Pool opened in January 1983. The District receives revenue from programs fees and from a levy on property taxes if approved by the voters of the District.
The District also owns and operates Clover Valley Park which is located off of Ault Field Road at the intersection of Oak Harbor St. Clover Valley has an off-leash dog park and two ball fields available for use.