Reports to Recreation Director
The Building Attendant works under the general supervision of the Evening Building Supervisor. Weekly hours are part time year round not to exceed 29 hours per week. Weekly hours may vary depending on season and department programming. Typical hours would be two weekdays a week (usually including Fridays), 4 PM 10 PM and Saturday for up to 8 hours depending on season. Maintenance would include but not be limited to preventative maintenance of exercise equipment, hanging materials, event setup/takedown, and small repairs. Additional duties include organizing weight room, wiping down machines, light janitorial and customer service issues. Ideal candidate must be a people person and ability to problem solve. Open until filled.
EDUCATION / CERTIFICATION:
High school degree or GED preferred
Prior experience a plus, but not required
Knowledge of basic cardio/weight machines
Ability to perform minor repairs and replace broken parts
Knowledge of computers and recreation programs
SKILLS / ABILITIES:
Must possess good public relations skills, and quality customer service skills
Must possess good oral and written communication abilities
Ability to understand written and spoken instructions
Ability to operate basic machines
Ability to lift 50 pounds
Willingness to learn and follow instructions
This position is expected to serve the public through maintaining and supervising the evening operations of the recreation center and may be required to work in adverse weather conditions. They will be expected to lift, carry and manage equipment and supplies. They may be required to stand for extended lengths of time during a shift. They may have to work odd or long hours at a time to complete special requests or projects. Hours may include weekends and some holidays. Hours may vary as season and activities dictate with a maximum of 29 hours per week. This position may also at times participate in strenuous physical activities, both indoors and out.
Job descriptions are not intended as and do not create employment contracts. The organization maintains its status as an at-will employer. Employees can be terminated for any reason not prohibited by law.
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In accordance with Americans with Disabilities Act, reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the functions & duties as described.