Reference #: 102752
AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY:
Reporting to the Recreation Supervisor, the Program Coordinator ensures the provision of quality recreation program delivery and customer service excellence to meet current and changing needs of the community.
• Program Services
• Community Engagement/Development
• Development and Training
• Administrative Services
Supervision, Leadership and Staff Development
• Recruit, train, manage, coach and provide guidance to promote effective full and part time employee relations and encourage increased moral, innovation and productivity to meet business needs
• Form action plan to ensure program quality assurance
• Manage adherence to governing legislations and regulations; corporate policies, procedures, standards and guidelines
• Evaluate training needs, and manage execution of staff trainings, orientations and meetings
• Ensure current self-knowledge of technical skills for staff development
• Available for crisis support, physical/behaviour interventions, hands-on assistance and decision-making
• Review documentation of incident/accidents reports and manage follow-up accordingly, applying appropriate follow-up actions and guidance with teams, volunteers and customers; modifying programs and services to ensure safely operating programs and services.
• Prepare reports for Recreation Supervisor which may include the collection and analysis of data, customer satisfaction, revenue and expenses, etc.
• Manage and review daily, weekly and sessional statistics and checklists
• Manage membership extensions, suspensions and payroll verification
• Adherence to all mandated deadlines
• Participation in facility team’s quality assurance program
• Coordinate payments/documentation for all invoices in accordance to corporate standards
Customer Service and Community Development
• Continuous improvement of customer experience through anticipating, managing and resolving concerns, requests inquires and successes
• Liaise and develop partnerships with community leaders, groups, sponsors and external groups and agencies
• Act as a City of Brampton representative on external committees, associations, and working groups to gather information, discuss emerging trends, best practices and challenges, and to develop partnerships
• Ongoing assessment of community needs
• Participate in preparing grant proposals and/or developing fundraising initiatives/ projects to generate funds for distribution to individuals with disabilities and/or unique needs requiring financial assistance to support recreation service fees
• Manage community events (including analyzing follow-up reports and debriefing)
• Report on trends and areas of growth including future opportunities
• Manage quality programming through ongoing program visits
• Manage program development and brochure development processes
• Form and implement action plans to meet targets and potential growth
• Assist Recreation Supervisor with marketing and business plan
• Promote and create awareness of programs and develop strategies to increase customer recruitment and retention
• Manage internal marketing of programs within community centre
• Build revenue strategies to increase financial stability
• Collect, coordinate, analyze, monitor and report budget submissions, actuals and forecast to Supervisor
• Manage current budget of expenditures related to program area ensure budget compliance meet necessary sign offs and approvals
• Post-secondary degree or diploma preferably in related field (i.e. Gerontology, Recreation & Leisure, Kinesiology, Physical Education, Behavioural Sciences, Social Work, Psychology)
• Minimum 3 years experience in recreation programming and/or facility management
• Excellent public relations skills and ability to effectively deal with the public
• One year supervisory/team lead experience working with staff and volunteers
• Knowledge of provincial and other legislative regulations pertinent to program discipline
• Exposure to budgeting and financial management
• Proficiency in MS Office
• Able to work variable, scheduled hours including evenings and weekends
• Current Standard First Aid/CPR-C
• Valid Ontario non-probationary Class G Driver’s License and have access to a vehicle
Aquatics: Aquatic Supervisor Training or Aquatic Management Training AND Aquatic Safety Inspectors
*Above considered to be an asset for non-aquatic managers
Fitness: Strongly recommended current FIS or PTS certification with CanFit Pro and/or CSEP and/or equivalent certification with recognized affiliation
Golf: PGA of Canada Class A member and Diploma in Professional Golf Management or equivalent
• Degree or diploma field: Therapeutic Recreation, Mental Health, Behavioural Sciences, Social Work, Psychology, Nursing, Disability Studies or related discipline specific to Inclusion
• 3 years experience working with individuals with disabilities and or unique needs, and their families
• Working knowledge of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and the Human Rights Code
• Demonstrated experience using behaviour management and physical intervention techniques
• Working knowledge of various disabilities, associated barriers and family development/ dynamics theories
• General knowledge of federal and provincial financial aids and supports for individuals with disabilities and/or unique needs
**Various tests and/or exams may be administered as part of the selection criteria.
Job status: Permanent
Job Type: Non-Union
Applications must be received by: JANUARY 19, 2018
Alternate formats will be provided upon request.
If this opportunity matches your interest and experience, please apply online at: www.brampton.ca/employment or via www.workopolis.com quoting reference #102752 by JANUARY 19, 2018 and complete the attached questionnaire. We thank all applicants; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. The successful candidate(s) will be required, as a condition of employment, to execute a written employment agreement.
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