Below is a current list of employment opportunities related to recreation. Click on the job posting(s) below to view details.
Northern Water Smart® Instructor
As a Northern Water Smart® Instructor, you will deliver Water Smart® Public Education programs, Swim to Survive™ lessons, first aid, and boating safety courses in rural and remote communities across Manitoba. You will travel and experience Manitoba as few others have, and will work with various cultures and in unique conditions. The Society anticipates hiring up to ten (10) instructors for the 2021 season. All positions are subject to funding availability, and we will continue to accept applications until all positions are filled.
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Required Qualifications & Skills
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Wages & Benefits
No relocation package is available for this position.
Please submit your cover letter and resume to:
Christopher Love, Water Smart® Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, call us at (204) 956-2124 ext. 3.
Older Adult Program Coordinator
The Dakota Community Centre – Jonathan Toews Sportsplex, located in south St. Vital in Winnipeg, is looking for an enthusiastic coordinator who thrives on client-first service and working with people who are in the age demographic of 55+. This multi-faceted role requires someone who understands the actions and tasks that are involved with managing a successful program, including promotion, client experience management, event management, budgeting and handling multiple priorities related to working with this age group.About the Role
This diverse role requires a professional who is enthusiastic, motivated and excels in managing multiple tasks. The Coordinator understands people they will be working with have a variety of abilities, needs and preferences but do not view themselves as a stereotype. You understand the different dynamics within this demographic group knowing that people may come to the program with a chronological age but be in different life stages and appreciates the sensitivity around this.
As the Coordinator, you directly oversee all aspects of the older-adult program under the direction of the Director of Operations, including budget planning and control, program design, client communication and internal collaboration with internal team members who are integral to creating a successful program. The Coordinator also works with the volunteer coordinator to support DCC programs and services and acts as the Senior Resource Coordinator.
For Further Information
Please refer to the full job description online at www.dakotacc.com. We invite interested people to apply by February 12, 2021 at 4:00 pm. Resumes may be submitted via email to HR@dakotacc.com. Please include a short cover letter outlining your qualifications and experience as well as salary expectations. Our objective is to provide our employees with a safe and healthy workplace. We seek diversity in our workplace and encourage all who are interested to apply for this role regardless of age, gender or culture.
About Dakota Community Centre Inc.
With our Mission of being a gathering place providing excellence in sport and recreation for everyone, Dakota Community Centre is one of the largest and most successful community centre operations in the City of Winnipeg. Serving nearly 12,000 households in South St. Vital for more than 30 years, Dakota CC offers a broad range of sport, recreation and social programs for catchment area members and beyond. Our facility features the Jonathan Toews Sportsplex, which includes a twin ice pad, gymnasium, office space and other multipurpose space, and a 60,000 sq.ft. multipurpose Fieldhouse which features an indoor track, hardwood floor gymnasium and other amenities.
Customer Service Representative
The Dakota CC is looking to hire part Customer Service Representatives who thrive on client-first service and working with people of all ages and abilities.
As a Customer Service Representative, you will be responsible for the day-to-day operation of the main reception area for the Centre, located in the Dakota Fieldhouse. Duties include, but are not limited to, client interactions both in-person and by phone, sharing information on programs and services, processing program and membership registrations, financial transactions, and general cleaning and maintenance. The Customer Service Representative may also assist Facility staff for equipment set-ups and take-downs, as required, as well as assisting to ensure the Facility is neat, clean, and safe. Tasks may require some light lifting and physical work.
The successful candidate will be someone who is friendly, self-motivated, an exceptional team player, adaptable, reliable, and possesses strong customer service skills.
For Further Information
We invite interested people to apply to us by January 31, 2021. You may drop off your cover letter and resume at the Dakota Fieldhouse Reception Desk, 1188 Dakota Street in hard copy or via email to HR@dakotacc.com. More information about the Dakota Community Centre can be found at www.dakotacc.com.
Benefits of Working at Dakota Community Centre
Our objective is to provide our employees with a safe and healthy workplace. We seek diversity in our workplace and foster a place of service to the community.
The Centre is on a major bus route for easy access and/offers free parking and a vibrant team atmosphere.
Recreation Administration Intern
The Macdonald-Headingley Recreation District invites application from suitable and enthusiastic candidates for the position of a full time term Recreation Administration Intern. This is a term position with the possibility of an extension and/or possibility of transitioning into a full time permanent. This intern position is suitable for an individual interesting in pursuing a career in recreation and/or administration.
Reporting to the Recreation Director, the Recreation Administration Intern is responsible for the day to day office administrative duties related to recreation programming, support to program operations and general office functions.
Complete job description can be found at www.mhrd.ca
To Apply: Applicants must submit a resume with an application letter and references by Friday, January 15, 2021
Submit to: Susanne Moore, Recreation Director, Macdonald-Headingley Recreation District, 81 Alboro Street Headingley, MB R4J 1A3
This position will remain open until filled. View the full job posting for more details.
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