High School diploma or recognized equivalent is required. Must pass a drug test and physical assessment.
Must be able to successfully interface with the public while controlling access to Family Life Center and/or Senior Center and its facilities.
Monitors all activities of the center. Provides patrons information about programs, and registers people for classes and events, and receives fees. Admits members and guests into center in accordance with the “Membership Policy”; checks proof of membership of each person seeking to use facility, and verifies memberships are current and valid. Distributes equipment and ensures proper use and return of equipment. Inspects fitness equipment daily; documents and reports malfunctioning equipment. Cleans and maintains center including, but not limited to floors, windows, doors, TVs, front desk, mirrors, towels, re-fills sanitary spray bottles, etc. Assists in resolving participant complaints by recording complaints and reporting them to Recreation Center Supervisor. Completes facility reports, incident reports, and other required reports in accordance with policy guidelines. Stands for extended periods of time while performing daily duties such as checking-in patrons, bends and walks while distributing supplies, and performing cleaning. Must maintain regular attendance and be able to work nights and weekends. This position may work up to a maximum of 20 hours per week.
Functional Job Description:
sitting; standing; walking; pushing/pulling loads up to 70lbs. (carts loaded with tables and chairs); verbal communication; lifting/carrying loads up to 55 lbs.; stair/ladder climbing; overhead reaching; near/distant vision; must be able to set up and take down athletic equipment (volleyball, etc.); moving large and awkward objects (may be required to move the following items by yourself: 72” round tables, 6’ long tables, volleyball standards, tumbling mats, etc.). Works indoors in controlled environment. More information and requirements online.