Benefits include: 100% premium paid for employee and family health, dental and eye, 11% employer to 3% employee paid Wyoming Retirement Program, 10 paid holidays, 3 weeks paid vacation, 2 paid personal days, and 8 hours of sick leave per month.
SUMMARY: The Coordinator will administer and organize related projects, from simple activities to more complex plans. The Coordinator responsibilities include working closely with the Manager to prepare comprehensive action plans, including resources, time frames and budgets. The Coordinator will perform various coordinating tasks, that include scheduling, administrative duties, and maintaining program documentation.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include any of the following representative duties, knowledge, and skills. This is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and duties performed by incumbents of this class; employees may be assigned duties which are not listed below; reasonable accommodations will be made as required. The job description is subject to change at any time by the employer. Essential duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following: • Coordinates with Parks & Recreation team on developing, planning, conducting, and evaluating a variety of programs and services for the community and activities associated with the various programs once established • Develops and maintains effective relationships with community organizations to plan and deliver programs and services that meet local needs and interests • Regularly conducts community needs assessments and prepares analysis to identify and develop services and programs • Develop and manage a master calendar of program schedules • Develop and manage annual budgets; monitor income and expenses; evaluate program budgets; write grants to support programs; order program supplies and equipment • Recruit, select, train and supervises staff and contracted partners; prepare schedules and assigns tasks and special projects; evaluate work performance and correct deficiencies or implement disciplinary procedures with Human Resources as needed • Lead instruction and curriculum implementation; Conduct training and education classes. • Organizes and prepares documents, spreadsheets, and presentation material by using multiple computer applications (such as Microsoft Office), while also gathering and summarizing data for reports • Any and all other duties as assigned
Coordinator – Youth Education & Enrichment
Develop, schedule and coordinate toddler to elementary age youth afterschool, summer camp and other education and enrichment programs; develop, create, and communicate engaging and educational curriculum; conduct needs assessments; facilitate and maintain partnerships with community organizations and partners; recruit sponsorships and donations for programs and events.
Organize and oversee youth education and enrichment presentations, events, and trainings.
Lead instruction and curriculum implementation; Conduct training and education classes.
Maintain Department of Family Services standards and protocols for facility and programs.
Required Licenses and Certifications:
CPR and First Aid Certification.
Wyoming Department of Family Services Child Care Certification, or ability to obtain within 90 days.
Must posses a valid Wyoming/Idaho Driver’s License and maintain an acceptable driving record.
Required Knowledge of:
Principles and practices of effective program management, leadership, supervision, and training. • Experience and enthusiasm for working with individuals of all ages from diverse socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds. • Best practices for inclusive program participation. • Principles, standards, and regulations for developing and implementing budgets. • Methods and techniques involved in marketing and public relations.
Required Skills In:
Establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships with coworkers and other individuals in contact during the course of work; communicating clearly and concisely. • Operating a personal computer utilizing standard software such as Microsoft Office and some specialized software; functioning standard office equipment. • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail in documents and physical spaces. • Ability to be adaptable, flexible, and patient. • Assessing, prioritizing, and completing multiple tasks and demands simultaneously. • Developing, planning, and implementing fitness, health and wellness programs and events. • Resolving conflicts efficiently and effectively.
Physical Demands/Work Environment:
• 50% of work is performed in a standard office environment. • 50% of work is performed in recreation facility, classroom or outdoors. • Required to work unsupervised in the presence of children or vulnerable adults.
Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education, Child Development, or related field; AND two years of experience in youth education and enrichment programming, which include administrative experience and supervision; OR and equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
ABOUT TETON COUNTY/JACKSON
Teton County/Jackson is located in Western Wyoming and is a gateway community to Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park and Bridger-Teton National Forest. Teton County is over 76,000 acres, of which 97% is federally owned. Tourism is the driving force of the local economy, and sales tax is the primary funding source for local government services. Approximately 65% of the sales tax base come from visitors.
Teton County has approximately 25,000 residents, of which 8,000 of those are in the town of Jackson. Jackson is the only incorporated town within Teton County. A significant number of the residents in Teton County are second home owners. According to the 2012 Teton County/Jackson Comprehensive plan, the common values of community character are ecosystem stewardship; growth management; and quality of life.
Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Department operates as a County agency under a Joint Powers Agreement between the town and county. Department Funding is split between the County at 55% and the Town at 45% based upon the 2010 Census on residential population distribution. The department also partners with the Te...ton County School district through a shared facility use agreement.
The department has (11) eleven developed parks comprising 60 acres and (4) four undeveloped parks comprising 89 acres; a 40,000 square foot recreation center with a gymnasium, multi-purpose/aerobics room, 8-lane lap pool, leisure pool, splash down pool/slide tower, therapy pool, hot tub, steam room and sauna; 65 miles of paved multimodal pathways; and management of approximately 1,000 acres of BLM Snake River Recreation parcels. Through the school district agreement, the department has management and maintenance responsibilities of 11 athletic fields comprising 18 acres.
In November of 2019 the voters of Teton County approved 22 million dollars in funding to expand the Recreation Center to include the addition of: 7,000 sf third gymnasium; 200 yd elevated walking/running track; 6,000 sf indoor climbing gym; 3,800 sf multi-purpose fitness studios; 3,800 sf cardio studios; 600 sf health consultation rooms, 1,000 sf drop-in daycare; 800 sf multi-purpose/birthday party room; 600 sf classroom; 800sf study lounge; 8,600 outdoor zero-depth splash pad; 1,000 sf outdoor bouldering; and 1,000 sf outdoor playground. The Recreation Center Manager will play a key role in the final design, construction and future management of the expansion.