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Aquatics Manager
City of Arlington Texas Parks and Recreation
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Posted: 10-Nov-21

Location: Arlington, Texas

Type: Full-time

Required Education: 4 Year Degree

Salary: 71,728.00 - 89,660.00


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About City of Arlington Texas Parks and Recreation
ARLINGTON PARKS & RECREATION The City of Arlington (pop. 373,698) is seeking an innovative and results oriented leaders. ARLINGTON, TEXAS Located in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, Arlington is a full-service city supported by a total budget of $431 million and a full-time staff of 2,477. With a land area of approximately 100 square miles, Arlington is easily accessible by highway, rail and air. The City of Arlington offers superior, affordable housing; an outstanding park and linear trail system; educational excellence in our local schools (served by four Independent School Districts: Arlington, Kennedale, Mansfield, Hurst/Euless/Bedford), the Tarrant County College Southeast Campus, and is home to the University of Texas at Arlington. Arlington has a diverse local economy evidenced by our major employers; General Motors, Texas Health Resources, AmeriCredit, Siemens, Lear, Aetna and Chase Bank. Arlington is a regional destination for retail shopping as well. The City’s Entertainment District hosts premiere attractions including amusement parks, the Texas Rangers Baseball Club and AT&T Stadium, drawing over 14 million visitors a year. In close proximity to DFW Airport, Dallas and... Fort Worth, residents have access to world-class orchestras, theaters, and some of the finest museums in the world, all within a 30 minute drive. To learn more about the City of Arlington, visit the City’s website at ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT The Arlington Parks and Recreation Department manages an outstanding park and trails system that includes 94 parks, 82 sports fields, 49 playgrounds and 56 miles of trails. Major facilities include: • Five recreation centers; including two senior centers • Two new recreation centers under design and one new Active Adult center approved • Elzie Odom Athletic Center • Meadowbrook and Bob Duncan Center (event/rental facilities) • Six outdoor pools and the Hugh Smith Indoor Pool • Arlington Tennis Center (26 outdoor courts) • Four golf courses; three 18-hole and one 9-hole • River Legacy Parks • River Legacy Living Science Center • Lake Arlington and new Lakehouse. The system includes a 1,200 acre floodplain forest and nine miles of trail known as River Legacy Parks. This premiere park is part of the long-term vision for a 75 mile wide Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex trail system, and is home to the Living Science Center. The Parks and Recreation budget responsibility includes a General Fund budget appropriation of $17 million and a Performance Fund appropriation of over $13 million. The capital program includes park bonds, gas revenue, park fees and grants, and totals approximately $5 million annually. The department currently has 181 authorized full-time positions, and typically employs as many as 700 part-time and seasonal positions each year.
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