Position Overview What's the job?
We're hiring Site Leaders to work in our Youth Enrichment recreation programs. Battle Born Kids (BBK) and Battle Born Teens (BBT)
Battle Born Kids and Battle Born Teens are recreation programs held during the day to support distance learning for children ages K-8th grade while the Clark County School District (CCSD) holds virtual-only instruction due to the COVID-19 public emergency. The programs incorporate games, crafts, sports, and movies into the day while also supporting distance learning. BBK and BBT are offered from 7am to 6pm at Black Mountain Recreation Center, Henderson Multigenerational Center, Silver Springs Recreation Center, Valley View Recreation Center, and Whitney Ranch Recreation Center. Safekey & Teen Scene
Safekey is a before- and after-school recreational enrichment program offered at all Henderson elementary schools. This fun-filled program focuses on crafts, games, cooking, and special activities. Teen Scene is an after-school program for children in grades 6-8 offered at some Henderson middle schools and offers participants arts and crafts, cooking, sports, field trips, and social events.
Safekey and Teen Scene are not being offered at school sites while CCSD holds virtual-only instruction due to the COVID-19 public emergency, so Site Leaders are currently assigned to work in the BBK/BBT programs offered at the recreation centers listed above. You should expect to work at our CCSD school site locations once these programs resume. What's the pay?
$13.87 to $14.15 per hour How many hours will you work each week?
That depends on your availability and where we need you to work. There is no guarantee to a certain number of hours each week, but part-time hourly employees may work up to 29 hours per week year-round and up to 40+ hours per week when working during the summer. What type of work will you do?
You will serve as the direct on-site supervisor of part-time employees and program participants at a satellite youth enrichment program. Click here to view a complete copy of the job description What about COVID-19?
If hired, you will be required to wear a face-covering while at work and follow all City of Henderson COVID-19 safety policies, procedures, and practices like social distancing, washing your hands, and sanitizing work areas. Program participants and patrons visiting our centers must also comply with all COVID-19 safety rules and state directives in order to use our facilities and participate in programs. What happens after you apply?
Your application will be reviewed to make sure you meet the minimum requirements for this position. Submitting an application does not guarantee that you will be interviewed, but we need you to apply online in order to be considered.
At this time we are not interviewing anyone in person, so you should be prepared to interview virtually or by phone, so please make sure your application includes an email address that you check regularly and a current phone number that is set up for voicemail, and please regularly check your voice mailbox so we can leave you a message. If it's full we can't leave a message. We encourage you to sign up to receive SMS/text messages - you can opt-in when you apply. This is a safety-sensitive position, which means that you are subject to drug testing if we offer you a position, as detailed under NRS 613(1)(d). Minimum Qualifications
- You must be at least 18 years old at the time of application
- You must have a High School diploma or equivalent
- You must have two (2) years of experience working in recreation programs, and applicants with group leader experience in a recreation day camp-style program are encouraged to apply.
- You must hold a valid Nevada or "border state" driver's license, as defined by NRS 483.
- Must have the ability to obtain First Aid and CPR certifications within the first three (3) months of employment
Click here to view a complete copy of the job descriptionRequired Documents/Assessment Information
Online Application Selection Process
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