Create and administer a wide variety of aquatics programs for both indoor and outdoor aquatics facilities including but not limited to, learn to swim programs, water aerobics, swimming programs, youth and adult fitness and wellness programs, and special events; design and implement programs, recruit and train aquatics program leaders; recruit and train life guards; develop proposed program budgets and fee schedules, develop program schedules, and oversee facilities including a full service concession; market aquatics programs including community outreach. Assist in the development and implementation of the aquatics programs risk management policies and procedures. Coordinate purchasing, inventory, and maintenance of equipment used at the aquatics centers. Oversee safety and sanitation of facilities. Assist in the maintenance, repair, and custodial supervision of both aquatics center.
Lead and facilitate programs and special events; supervise and advise other program instructors, and conduct on-site observances of programs in progress; monitor adherence to safety policies and procedures; coordinate and lead safety and training programs for aquatics program staff; conduct follow-up evaluations with program participants and staff; evaluate program success and recommend changes for the future; respond to complaints; responsible for program revenues and monitoring program budgets; apply for and administer grants; maintain and verify records of employee work hours and leave time; perform related duties as assigned.
Additional Salary Information: Benefits include; vacation, sick leave, medical and dental insurance, and a retirement program.
About Missoula Parks and Recreation
The City of Missoula is in the heart of the northern Rockies. Missoula is home to the University of Montana, blue ribbon trout streams, and is surrounded by National Forest lands, including the Rattlesnake National Recreation Area and Wilderness. The population is approximately 70,000. Missoula residents rank high in their per capita participation in outdoor and organized sports, art, culture, and music. While budgets are challenging, citizens demonstrate exceptional support of their parks and recreation services. In addition to City provided public lands and programs, residents of Missoula are within minutes of Snowbowl Ski Area, and less than half a day from Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks. Missoula is a mecca for hiking, cycling, mountain biking, climbing, fishing, hunting, kayaking, art, music and more. Missoula also offers wide varieties of education for all ages through public, parochial, experiential, and alternative learning opportunities. Missoula is the shopping and service center of western Montana. Additionally, Missoula attracts some of the greatest research and medical/health professionals in the nation due to the many recreation opportunities offered.... Missoula has been designated among the Top 100 Communities for Kids, as well as a KaBOOM! Playful City.Missoula Parks and Recreation is a dynamic department charged with maintaining most of Missoula's public spaces, which include the Urban Forest, 3600 acres of conservation lands, 400 acres of parkland with the development of a new 156 acre Fort Missoula Regional Park, and miles of commuter and recreation trails. The Department operates state of the art aquatic facilities including Currents, an indoor water park and fitness pool as well as Splash MT, a full service outdoor water park. The Department prides itself on successful public process and empowerment. It demonstrates that success through continued implementation of adopted plans such as; the Urban Area Comprehensive Master Parks and Recreation Plan, Open Space Plan, Conservation Lands Management Plan, Transportation Plan (including non-motorized). Friends of the Urban Forest, Missoula's newest advocacy group, is just now forming.