Posted 4 weeks ago

Recreational Coordinator

Company: Bloomingdale Park District
Category: Parks & Recreation


Type: Part Time

The Bloomingdale Park District is seeking a Recreational Coordinator to join their team. The Recreation Coordinator is responsible for the management of the District’s gymnastics programs, tumbling programs, ninja programs, and birthday parties. This includes, but is not limited to, early childhood movement programs, recreational level gymnastics, open gym, private lessons, competitive teams, and assigned special events. The following are some responsibilities of the position:

  • Develop, manage, and coordinate movement education, ninja programs, recreational-level gymnastics, tumbling, gymnastics birthday parties, special events, themed programs, open gym, private lessons, and competitive teams.
  • Coach and instruct gymnastics and related programs.
  • Ability to organize and conduct competitive gymnastics and tumbling meets.
  • Set up and move equipment as required for programs.
  • Communicate with the Director of Recreation on issues that are related to areas of responsibility.
  • Develop quality programs that meet the needs of the public and the goals of the District.
  • Complete reports accurately and thoroughly.
  • Continually identify nationwide and local trends in the areas of recreation and gymnastics programs. Develop and implement similar programs and opportunities for District residents and participants.
  • Act as the liaison/board member for the I.P.D.G.C. Gymnastics Conference. Attend required conference meetings.
  • Ability to recruit, utilize, and manage volunteers.
  • Hire, supervise, and train part-time/seasonal employees to lead quality programs and provide supervision in a safe atmosphere for both participants and staff.
  • Prepare information for assigned program areas including, but not limited to, the seasonal brochure, website, social media, flyers, and handouts.
  • Prepare and maintain budgets for assigned program areas that are cost effective and meet the monetary goals of the Park District.