Merit full time position, Grade 24, 35 hours per week.
Performs aquatics supervisor duties as an administrative, technical and supervisory position directing the countywide, year-round aquatic programs and facility operations. Work involves planning, directing and evaluating a diversified program of recreational, instructional and competitive aquatic activities for all ages, ability and interest groups; hiring, recruiting, training and supervising staff; budget responsibilities; and taking the lead role in facility operations, maintenance and development.
Essential Job Functions/Other Duties/KSA
Operates and maintains indoor and outdoor aquatic facilities safely and effectively.
Communicates understanding and support of organizational goals and programs through actions, spoken and written words; interacts effectively with individuals and groups at all levels; maintains ties with external organizations; keeps all interested parties informed of matters requiring their attention.
Prepares and implements the operation budget and CIP for the Aquatics Sections.
Recruits, trains, supervises, and evaluates full-time and part-time employees.
Develops and directs diverse aquatic programs for the public.
Establishes and implements varied programs and facility policies and procedures.
Plans and directs systems implementation and related dedicated training.
Directs the collection of all program fees and revenues and processes all expenditures.
Prepares management reports; collects, analyzes and evaluates data, and develops conclusions and recommendations.
Develops and administers contracts, and procures materials and supplies.
Represents the Division to other internal and external government agencies and the general public for all matters of aquatic recreation.
Other Duties Performs related work as required.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (These are pre-employment KSA that apply only to Essential Job Functions.) Knowledge of--
Accounting principles and preparation of statistical reports for attendance and finances.
Effective techniques of supervision.
Recreation philosophy, planning and administration.
Design and implement an aquatics budget.
Prepare financial reports and statements.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others encountered in the work.
Manage staff, daily operations including the physical plant, program and policy development and implementation.
Communicate effectively orally and in writing.
Deal effectively with the public.
Required Qualifications (Note: Any acceptable combination of education, training and relevant experience that provides the above knowledge, skills, and abilities may be substituted on a full-time year for year basis.)
Training and/or Education: Bachelor's degree in Parks and Recreation or equivalent.
Experience: Five years of aquatic experience to include two years in a supervisory capacity that includes considerable experience managing staff, daily operations, customer service and policy development and implementation at an indoor facility.
Licenses or Certificates: Valid driver's license. CPR/First Aid certification required. Lifeguard and Maryland pool operator's license or must be obtained within the first six months of employment.
Special Requirements: Operation of a County owned vehicle. Work is subject to deadlines and frequent interruptions. Subject to background investigation.
Physical Demands: Requires long periods of standing, frequent walking indoors, repeated bending, crouching, stooping, stretching or reaching; recurring lifting of objects up to 49 pounds; operation of keyboard devices.
Unusual Demands: Subject to call in or to remain on duty for staffing requirements. Required to work weekends, evenings and holidays.
Internal Number: M1024
About Calvert County Parks and Recreation
Calvert County Parks and Recreation, located in Southern Maryland, offers year round facilities and activities with access to Parks, Recreation, Community Sports and Well being, Aquatics, Natural Resources, Therapeutic Services and Beach and Campground facilities.