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Job Title:                    Summer Fun Days Assistant Camp Director

Reports To:                Recreation Program Supervisor and SFD Camp Director

Department:              Parks & Recreation

Union Affiliation:        N/A

FLSA Classification:  Non-Exempt (Seasonal)

Salary Range:            $18.00 - $22.00 per hour       

DESCRIPTION

I. Job Summary

Assist with the development and coordination of the Monroe Summer Fun Days Camp for children ranging from pre-school through 8th grade

II. Essential Duties and Responsibilities

• Assist in the planning and development of the weekly group schedule and manage age appropriate group activities within that schedule with Camp Director.

• Assist with weekly newsletter/schedule of events to parents; answer phone and email messages in a timely manner.

• Assist with all sign in/sign out forms for the program.

• Assist and inform parents about matters regarding their child and the program; always maintain positive relationships with parents.

• Submit trip receipts, first aid reports, and any other program related materials in a timely fashion.

• Supervise lunch time with campers.

• Assist activity specialists during program rotation.

• Participate with campers and other staff in whole group and small group camp activities designated by Director.

• Abide by all camp rules and codes of conduct.

• Work with counselors and activity specialists to plan age appropriate activities for nonplanned time (games, sports, special events, etc.).

• Attend all staff meetings and assist in cleanup at end of the day, after lunch, and the last day of camp.

• Ensure that all participants are supervised and safe on field trips and at aquatic areas.

• Perform other duties as assigned by the Camp Director/Recreation Program Supervisor.

• Oversee the Counselor In Training Program (CIT) and communicates camp needs to them.

III. Minimum Qualifications

A. Education: Associate/Bachelor Degree or equivalent in Education or Recreation. Current Red Cross Standard First Aid, CPR and medical administration certification by 

start of Camp.

B. Experience: Minimum 18 years of age, preferably 21 years or older. Two or more year’s prior experience working with pre-school through middle school age children.

C. Skills and Abilities: Proficient in computer skills. Dedication to putting the well-being of children first. A good role model of high integrity committed to the Monroe Summer Fun 

Days Camp Program. Ability to work as a team member, be flexible, and learn from feedback. Ability to work the entire summer camp season with minimal time off.

IV. Physical Requirements

Ability to interact with children during activities including stand, walk, sit, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. May be required occasionally to lift up to 25 pounds.

V. Work Environment

Outdoor summer camp setting including schools, parks, pool/lake areas and field trips


POSITION TITLE:             Parks & Recreation Intern           

DEPARTMENT:                Parks & Recreation 

REPORTS TO:                   Parks & Recreation Director 

CLASSIFICATION:            Hourly; Temporary; Hours Variable 
 

JOB SUMMARY:

The Parks & Recreation Department Intern reports to the Parks & Recreation Director, but may receive direction and guidance from Recreation Program Supervisor and other department staff.  Will be responsible to participate in various activities and assist at multiple facilities.   The Parks & Recreation Department Intern is expected to be motivated and willing to learn about the many varied aspects of the Monroe Parks and Recreation Department. The Parks and Recreation Intern is expected to act in a professional manner at all times and be flexible in his/her hours of service. 

 

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assists Parks and Recreation Director and Recreation Supervisor in the planning details of special events and Program needs. 
  • Participants at various special events, including, but not limited to:  races, concerts, movie nights, character nights and provides operational support, crowd control, public relations and working with other employees to provide set-up, operation, clean up and safety for all events.
  • Assists Parks and Recreation Director and Recreation Program Supervisor in filling gaps in staff for the pool, lake, admissions, day camp and office needs. 
  • Assists Parks and Recreation Director and Recreation Program Supervisor in the operation of youth and adult sports leagues and programs including, but not limited to assisting league operations, player evaluations, coaches’ background checks, registration records, meeting agendas, press releases, contacting participants and conducting surveys. 
  • Performs record keeping duties; game results, standings, rainout rescheduling, umpire scheduling, and all participant/roster data.
  • Inventory, prepare, and transport the variety of recreation related supplies, materials, and equipment for various sports and other recreation activities.   
  • Administers emergency response and first aid if needed. Properly documents all accidents and notifies supervisor.

 

 

EDUCATION/SKILLS/QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Currently majoring in Parks and Recreation or a related field.  
  • Must have completed 2 full years of college by the time the internship commences.  
  • Must have or be willing to obtain First Aid and CPR/AED certification. 
  • Excellent communications skills.    

 

 

 

Physical Demands:

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear. The employee regularly is required to stand, walk, sit, bend, occasionally drive a vehicle, use hand to finger coordination, handle or feel objects, and reach with hands and arms.  Ability to move about facilities and walk on unpaved, sloped, and uneven terrain. Ability to work under stress from demanding deadlines and changing priorities and conditions. The employee may need to lift and/or moves up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the ability to adjust focus and read various documents.

 

 

Contact: Monroe Parks and Recreation Department 

                 7 Fan Hill Road

                 Monroe, CT 

                 203-452-2806 

                 parksandrec@monroect.gov

 

Salary:    current minimum wage - $15.69 per hour

Job Title:                          Summer Fun Days Camp Director

Reports To:                      Parks & Recreation Director and Recreation Program Supervisor 

Department:                    Parks & Recreation

Union Affiliation:              N/A

FLSA Classification:        Non Exempt (Seasonal)

Salary Range:                 $22.00 - $25.00 per hour


DESCRIPTION

I. Job Summary

Manage and interact with the Monroe Summer Fun Days Camp for children ranging from preschool through completion of 8th grade for eight weeks plus additional pre/post camp 

coordination. 

II. Essential Duties and Responsibilities

• Plan and conduct staff orientation with Recreation Program Supervisor 

• Develop and send out weekly newsletter/schedule of events to parents; answer phone and email messages in a timely manner.

• Develop and deploy a weekly group schedule and manage age appropriate group activities within that schedule.

• Manage all sign in/sign out forms for the program.

• Assist and inform parents about matters regarding their child and the program; always maintain positive relationships with parents.

• Track and submit trip receipts, first aid reports, and any other program related materials in a timely fashion.

• Supervise lunch time with campers.

• Assist activity specialists during program rotation. 

• Participate with campers and other staff in whole group and small group camp activities.

• Abide by all camp rules and codes of conduct.

• Work with other counselors and activity specialists to plan age appropriate activities for non-planned time (games, sports, special events, etc.).

• Conduct staff meetings and assist in cleanup at end of the day, after lunch, and the last day of camp.

• Ensure that all participants are supervised and safe on all field trips and swim days 

• Be on site at all times when camp is operating 

• Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of Parks & Recreation and Recreation Program Supervisor.

• Administers basic first aide needs.

III. Minimum Qualifications

A. Education: Associate or Bachelor Degree or equivalent in Education or Recreation. Current Red Cross Standard First Aid, CPR, Med administration certification by start of 

Camp.

B. Experience: Minimum 18 years of age, preferably 21 years or older. Two or more year’s prior experience working with pre-school through middle school age children.

C. Skills and Abilities: Proficient in computer skills. Dedication to putting the well being of children first. A good role model of high integrity committed to the Monroe Summer Fun 

Days Camp Program. Ability to work as a team member, be flexible, and learn from feedback. Ability to work the entire summer camp season with minimal time off.

IV. Physical Requirements

Ability to interact with children during activities including stand, walk, sit, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. May be required occasionally to lift up to 25 pounds.

V. Work Environment

Outdoor summer camp setting including schools, parks, pools, lake and field trips



JOB DESCRIPTION

Job Title:                     Tweens Adventure Summer Fun Days Camp Coordinator

Reports To:                 Parks & Recreation Director and Recreation Program Supervisor

Department:                Parks & Recreation

Union Affiliation:        N/A

FLSA Classification:  Non Exempt (Seasonal)

Salary Range:            $16.00 - $20.00 per hour

DESCRIPTION

I. Job Summary

Manage and interact with children enrolled in the Tweens Adventure Summer Fun Days Camp 

Program.

II. Essential Duties and Responsibilities

• Follow a weekly group schedule and manage participants within that schedule.

• Manage all sign in/sign out for program.

• Assist and inform parents about matters regarding their child and the program.

• Maintain positive relationships with parents.

• Submit time sheets, trip receipts and first aid reports in a timely manner.

• Supervise lunch time with campers.

• Assist activity specialists during program rotation time.

• Participate with campers and other staff in whole group and small group camp activities.

• Abide by all camp rules and codes of conduct.

• Work with counselors and activity specialists to plan age appropriate activities for nonplanned time (games, read aloud, etc.)

• Attend all staff meetings and assist in cleanup at the end of the day, after lunch, and the last day of camp.

• Ensure all participants are supervised and safe during the camp program.

• Perform other duties as assigned by the Parks & Recreation Director, Recreation Program Supervisor Director or Camp Director.

• Administer basic first aid needs.

III. Minimum Qualifications

A. Education:           High School Diploma or GED required. College work in Education/Recreation preferred. 

B. Experience:        Minimum of 18 years of age, preferably 21 years of age or older. Minimum of two years’ experience working with middle school aged children and/or in a camp 

                                setting.

C. Skills and Abilities: Dedication to putting the well-being of children first. A good role model of high integrity committed to the Tweens Adventure Summer Fun Days Camp 

Program. Ability to work as a team member, be flexible, and learn from feedback. Availability to work the summer season with minimal time off and be on site daily and 

attend all field trips. 

IV. Physical Requirements

Ability to interact and participate with children during activities. Including to stand, walk on uneven terrain, sit, swim, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. May be required 

occasionally to lift up to 25 pounds. 

V. Work Environment

Outdoor summer camp setting, bus rides and off-site locations such as amusement parks, ropes courses, aquatic settings, bounce house and alpine slides, etc.