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Parks and Recreation Director (posted May 23, 2017)

Marshall Township,PA

Marshall Township, Allegheny County, PA is seeking a Parks and Recreation Director. This full-time employee is responsible for development and management of the Township's recreations programs and coordinates with our Facilities Manager in oversight and development of the Township's three municipal parks and our extensive trail network.

Energy and enthusiasm a must, along with organizational, communication, budgeting and management skills.

Bachelor's Degree required.

An exciting opportunity for a leadership role in this affluent, educated, young and growing community.

Job Description available upon request. Salary negotiable depending on qualifications (range to start: $40k - $45k).

Send resume by June 12, 2017 to Marshall Township Attn: Township Manager, 525 Pleasant Hill Road, Suite #100, Wexford, PA 15090.

Expiration Date: 06/12/2017


Lifeguards - Seasonal (posted May 23, 2017)
Locust Lake Village POA, Pocono Lake PA
Accepting applications for the 2017 Summer Season. Season runs Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. Weekdays, weekends and holidays. Must have current American Red Cross Lifeguard/CPR/AED certificate and be at least 16 years old. The Lifeguard is responsible to maintain a safe, pleasant environment in the lakefront swimming areas, monitor all activity and conditions for safety hazards, unsafe behavior, and medical emergencies, take any corrective action required, following established guidelines, perform the daily required tasks. Full time and part time hours are available. $10 per hour.

Contact Name: Nicole Hill by email:

Expiration Date: 06/23/2017

Parks and Recreation Operations Manager (posted May 23, 2017)
City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA

This is administrative work planning, directing, and coordinating the grounds maintenance, land restoration, horticultural, arboricultural, landscape and turf maintenance, and custodial activities within multiple Parks and Recreation districts. Employees in the parks and recreation maintenance specialty coordinate responsibilities such as facilities and grounds maintenance, snow removal, contract monitoring, special events, recycling, and are responsible for the efficient utilization of manpower, equipment, and materials. Employees in the natural land restoration specialty restore and maintain park natural areas which include streams, wetlands, and meadows. Contact with governmental officials and community groups to elicit support and promote public awareness of park and neighborhood programs are significant to the work. Work is performed under the direction of an administrative superior.

The following statement represents the minimum training and experience standards which will be used to admit or reject applicants for tests. Candidates must meet requirements within 30 days after the last date for filing applications.

Parks and Recreation Maintenance Specialty

1. Education: Completion of a bachelor’s degree program at an accredited college or university with major course work in agronomy, park administration, horticulture, forestry, arboriculture, or turf maintenance.

2. General Experience: Four years of grounds care, horticulture, arboriculture or park administrative experience.

3. Specific Experience: Two years of experience at the second supervisory level reviewing and controlling landscape or arboriculture maintenance programs.

Two years of full performance level parks and recreation management experience reviewing, analyzing, modifying and/or developing systems and procedures to resolve operating problems or to improve productivity.

Learn more and apply at

Expiration Date: 06/02/2017


Recreation Program Manager (posted May 15, 2017)
Kennett Area Park & Recreation, Kennett Square, PA

The Program Recreation Manager (Part Time) will be part of the leadership team at Kennett Area Park and Recreation (KAPRB) and is responsible for the development and execution of recreational sports program goals and objectives; assists with the planning, development, implementation and maintenance of programs, events, policies, procedures, goals, budgets, systems and processes.


•Develops a strategic plan for recreational sports programs. Establishes, implements, and communicates goals, objectives, policies, and procedures.
•Responsible for all recreational sports programs including scheduling, volunteer coordination and field and facility usage.
•Assists with the development and expansion of programs and events.
•Coordinates two annual 5K run events for KAPRB.
•Assists with the collection, compilation, and analysis of program activity data; develops, writes, and presents comprehensive statistical and narrative program reports.
•Assists with planning and administering the annual program budget.
•Markets and promotes existing and new programs; assist with organization website and KAPRB communications.
•Assists with the coordination and organization of special promotional activities for the recreation division.


•Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
•Program planning and design, public or business administration or related experience •Self starter with strong organizational skills and the ability to work independently and manage multiple priorities •Must be able to perform light physical labor such as lifting, carrying and moving supplies; able to lift 40 lbs •Must posses excellent interpersonal and communication skills •Must attend evening meetings and weekend activities

Expiration Date: 06/02/2017

Borough Seeking Park & Recreation Director (posted May 15, 2017)

Perkasie Borough, Perkasie, PA

The Borough of Perkasie is seeking a Director of Parks and Recreation. The director is responsible for the operation and management of the Borough’s 200+ acre park system and related facilities, including two municipal swimming pools and a skate park. The focus is on short and long range planning, project and program development, recreation, trails, special events, and implementation of capital projects. Creation and distribution of various recreation related publications. Supervisory experience to manage a seasonal staff of over 80 team members is necessary for this position.

The Director is also responsible for strategic communication within Perkasie Borough government as well as with outside organizations for the purposes of establishing the parks and recreation system as a key organization in the area. Must be able to work flexible hours, including some nights and weekends.

Excellent computer skills are necessary. Aquatics experience preferred, with Certified Pool Operator (CPO) certification or equivalent, or the ability to obtain after hire. Bachelor’s degree in Parks and Recreation Management or a related field is required.

Salary range is $50k-$63k annually depending on qualifications. Applicants are asked to reply by May 31, 2017, but will be accepted until the position has been filled.

For application information and a detailed job description, click the link below:
Director of Parks & Recreation Job Description
Perkasie Employment Application

Send application and resume with salary history to Perkasie Borough, Attn. , Borough Manager, 620 W. Chestnut Street, Perkasie, PA 18944. Perkasie Borough is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Recreation Assistant (posted May 15, 2017)

Radnor Township, Radnor, PA
Part-time administrative position that assists the Recreation and Community Programming Department in achieving its daily and seasonal goals that includes program registration, facility scheduling, marketing, and responding to public inquiries regarding the Department’s services. Position is part-time with an average of 25 hours per week.

Interested candidates must provide a cover letter, resume, and job application. Visit our website for more information:

Expiration Date: 08/31/2017

Program Manager – Penguin Court and Thomas Road Farm (posted May 15, 2017)
Associate Director of Stewardship

Brandywine Conservancy, Ligonier, PA

Reports to: Associate Director of Stewardship

Primary Function: : Develops, leads, promotes and documents education and public outreach projects and programs for Penguin Court and Thomas Road Farm, located in Ligonier, PA; manages recreation and natural areas; acts as a liaison on behalf of Penguin Court and Brandywine Conservancy with the community; directs the implementation of the Penguin Court and Thomas Road Farm management plan. Works with other staff members as necessary.

Essential Functions:
1. Develops and leads programs for all audiences.
2. Works with staff to monitor use of the Penguin Court and Thomas Road Farm properties.
3. Educates visitors to the Penguin Court and Thomas Road Farm about mission, procedures, and special projects.
4. Coordinates education projects and programs at Penguin Court and Thomas Road Farm.
5. Assists in developing partnerships with community groups, regulatory agencies and others to fulfill the Mission of Penguin Court and Thomas Road Farm.
6. Supervises and guides group visitors to Penguin Court and Thomas Road Farm upon request and as necessary.
7. Coordinates social media strategies.
8. Conducts surveys for selected educational and public programs and compiles results.
9. Assist in photographing and videotaping selected educational and public programs and editing material for use.


  1. Undergraduate degree in natural resource education, natural resource management, park and recreation, Bachelor’s degree in Forestry, natural resource management, park & recreation management, biology, ecology, or closely related field, plus two years of successful work experience in natural resources management.
  2. Competency in identification of regional flora and fauna.
  3. Ability to interpret aerial photography, maps, and property surveys.
  4. Experience with use of power and hand tools; ability to operate safely and perform basic maintenance on tractors, mowers and chainsaws.
  5. Effective interpersonal communication skills and the demonstrated ability to work with and maintain positive relationships with volunteers, public agency staff, and private landowners.
  6. A willingness to work a varied work schedule, which will include a Wednesday to Sunday or Tuesday to Saturday work week and some holidays, and long hours under a variety of field conditions.
  7. A demonstrated ability at self-sufficiency and the ability to work along, unsupervised for extended periods of time.
  8. The ability and willingness to lead interpretive walks focused on natural history and land stewardship for Conservancy members and other organized groups.
  9. A passion for conservation and a dedication to the mission of the Brandywine Conservancy.

Please send cover letter and resume to For the complete job description, please go to

Expiration Date: 05/31/2017

Director of Recreation and Parks (posted May 2, 2017)
Montgomery Village Foundation, Montgomery Village, MD

The Montgomery Village Foundation (MVF) is seeking a Director of Recreation and Parks. Montgomery Village is a large scale planned community of 40,000 residents, located in the heart of Montgomery County, MD. The position requires a forward thinking individual who will set a vision for the department and lead a team to plan, organize and carry out programs and special events for all ages. The director leads a department of 17 full-time staff and is responsible for the leadership and management of diverse recreation programs, common properties and MVF facilities, including seven pools, four community centers, 22 tennis courts and over 300 acres of parkland. The director prepares short and long-term department goals and reviews their progress on a regular basis. The director is responsible for the planning and implementation of capital and reserve projects. This director participates as a member of the senior management team and, as such, assists the EVP in strategic planning for the organization and attends monthly MVF Board of Directors meetings. The position reports to the Executive Vice President. Hiring salary range from $80,000 to $105,000 DOQ, with excellent benefits package.

The job description can be found on the MVF website, Send cover letter and resume by email to MVF Executive Vice President Dave Humpton at

Expiration date: 06/1/2017


Region Manager (posted May 1, 2017)

Assets and Infrastructure - Parks, Trails & Historic Sites

Norristown, PA

Reporting: Parks Administrator

Exempt: No
Salary: $61,500

The Region Manager is responsible for the maintenance and operations of assigned parks, historic sites, trails and facilities within the region. The Region Manager position is responsible for overseeing all regional staff.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following:

• Responsible for planning, developing and managing a region in accordance with the division’s mission
• Responsible for planning, completing and tracking the region’s annual operating and capital budgets including procurement
• Responsible for recruitment, management and setting performance measures and evaluating the region staff including payroll administration
• Works with site visitors, community groups, municipal officials and other outside organizations in fulfilling the Parks, Trails &Historic Site’s mission
• Works closely with other County departments and officials in the completion of division functions
• Meets regularly with Parks Administrator to coordinate system-wide policies, procedures, events and other operational activities including facility development, maintenance and security
• Meets regularly with region staff to coordinate region-wide events and other operational activities including facility development, maintenance and security
• Acts as Site Supervisor for locations without site leadership
• Acts as liaison with County partnerships operating on County land
• Responsible for managing leases and agreements in place on County property
• Responsible for overall administration of all special use permits, special events and programs sponsored by the County and by other outside groups
• Communicates with outside vendors and contractors regarding projects, services or supplies
• Addresses inquiries from individuals concerning site related issues, regularly attend community meetings and provide speaking services as requested
• Assists with grant writing and administration
• Will be required to attend professional meetings
• Responsible for project planning including assistance with requests for proposals and development of project specifications
• Required to take training as assigned
• Other duties as assigned

Qualification Requirements: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.

• Minimum five (5) years’ experience working as Park or Historic Site Manager or related field with a minimum three (3) years supervisory experience required
• Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in Park Management, Historic Site Management, Public History, Museum Studies, Environmental Resource Management or related fields
• Ability to communicate effectively and possess good public speaking skills
• Must be able to manage multiple projects at any one time of varying scales and to shift priorities
• Must project a pleasant and professional presence when interacting with the public
• Expected to participate in appropriate organizations and affiliations related to this field
• Must have an understanding of and ability to apply related laws, rules, regulations, ethics, standards, policies and procedures applicable to this work
• Must have competent computer skills
• Must be able to read/write/speak English
• Must possess a valid Driver’s License, a satisfactory driving record and the ability to maintain one throughout employment

Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, sit, talk and hear. The employee frequently is required to taste or smell. The employee is occasionally required to use hands to finger, handle or feel objects, tools or controls; reach with hands or arms; and stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision and depth perception.

• Must be able to lift at least up to thirty (30) pounds
• Have the ability to climb, stoop, bend, reach, walk, sit or stand for long periods of time
• Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) must be worn when applicable

Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.

This position will require both office and field work. A Region Manager may experience the following:
• Required to work weekends, holidays and evening as needed
• Occasional exposure to chemicals and other hazardous materials when performing responsibilities
• Occasional exposure to inclement weather, extreme cold, heat, snow, ice and rain
• Occasional contact with domestic and wild animals
• Business casual work attire
• Be available and responsive to all emergencies outside of normal working hours
• The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to loud

Please submitted resumes to Lynn Johnson and Dave Clifford the Parks Administrator: or


Member Service Representative (posted May 1, 2017)
Lititz recCenter, Lititz, PA

Welcome and assist members/guests in a pleasant manner with a smile! As a member service representative you will complete memberships, register for classes, and work in our software program. Basic computer skills, and attention to detail are needed. You will be key in communicating proper information to members and guests, and work in a fast paced environment. Ability to multitask is important. Looking for Day Shift: 8 to 12:30pm, and 12 to 6pm, Approximately 15 hours per week. Send your application to Emma Guinter, Membership Director

Expiration Date: 05/31/2017


Part Time HR/Office Assistant (posted May 1, 2017)
Lititz recCenter, Lititz, PA

The LrC is currently searching for a self-motivated, hard-working and detail-oriented HR/office assistant to support our busy HR department by overseeing several HR administrative duties.

The successful candidate will be responsible for providing administrative support for the department, assisting with the hiring process, scheduling new employee orientations and training and entering a high volume of employment records into our multiple databases.

The ideal candidate will have a broad knowledge of other general administrative responsibilities. The selected candidate will also assist in general office projects and operations. Flexible schedule, some nights and weekends, 12-15 hrs/week. All interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to

Expiration Date: 05/31/2017

Summer Employment (posted May 1, 2017)

MossRehab's Camp Independence

Saturday, June 17, 2017 to Saturday, June 24, 2017

MossRehab’s Camp Independence is a week-long overnight camp for individuals 18 and older with physical disabilities. Our facility is fully accessible, and campers participate in sports, arts and crafts, swimming, fishing, archery, and much more. Qualified staff members provide personal care and support throughout daily and evening activities.

If you are 18 years or older, you are invited to apply to join the MossRehab’s team as a camp counselor. We are currently accepting positions for both male and female staff with a greater need for male counselors.

Camp Independence offers 100 volunteer hours, paid stipend, meals, room and board, and an amazing hands-on learning experience for students/individuals interested in the fields of Education, Health, Nursing and Physical/Occupational/Speech/and or Recreational Therapy. Camp Independence is a unique and rewarding opportunity to make a difference in the life of adults with physical disabilities.

To request an application please email:
Jack Miller, Camp Director or Anne Wieland, CTRS, MHA at

Associate Director for Land Stewardship (posted April 28, 2017)

Brandywine Conservancy & Museum, Chadds Ford, PA

Reports to: Director, Brandywine Conservancy

Basic Function: Leads and manages the administration, monitoring and enforcement of Brandywine conservation and preservation easements, the stewardship and management of preserves and other fee-simple land, including its subsidiary, Penguin Court, Inc. Communicates and stewards relationships with owners of eased properties and landowners adjacent to Brandywine Conservancy owned land, as well as government officials and other partners. Promotes the use of innovative land management techniques to improve water quality and habitat restoration. 

Relationships: Reports to the Director of the Brandywine Conservancy. Responsible for leadership and management of Easement Monitoring and Preserve Management, including Penguin Court, Inc.. Works regularly with the Associate Director of Land Conservation and Associate Director of Municipal Assistance. Serves as liaison with Director of Facilities regarding maintenance of buildings and structures on Brandywine-owned lands, as well as certain Campus natural resource areas. Works in partnership with the Director and other Brandywine Conservancy staff members on cooperative projects. Serves as a liaison with other institutions and conservation organizations.

1. Leads and manages Easement Monitoring and Preserve Management staff; oversees administration and enforcement of Brandywine Conservancy easements and stewardship of its preserves and fee-simple lands, including Penguin Court, Inc.; and, coordinates the Brandywine Conservancy new Landscape Leads Program of the Strategic Plan.

2. Bridges stewardship of Brandywine Conservancy lands with planning and management of eased properties, municipally-owned open space, and other large open space areas (HOAs, institutions, corporations, etc.). Utilizes and coordinates the expertise of Land Stewardship and Preserve.

Send resume and cover letter to

Expiration Date: 05/31/2017

School Age Childcare Director (posted April 28, 2017)
Hempfield Area Recreation Commission, Landisville, PA

Under the direction of the Executive Director, and in accordance with the mission, the School Age Childcare Director is responsible for providing leadership in the development, coordination, planning, administration, and supervision of children’s programs for Hempfield Area Recreation Commission. A Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education or related field is required with two to four years supervisory experience is preferred. The incumbent must be certified in CPR, FA, and AED. State Police and Child Abuse Clearances required. Must be highly motivated, organized and detail oriented. The incumbent must be able to manage multiple projects and willing to learn and accept new responsibilities and work effectively as part of the management team. Highly effective written and verbal communication skills are necessary in dealing with all levels of staff and members.

For more information and the job profile please contact Jeff Book 717-898-3102 ext. 36 or

Expiration Date: 05/24/2017

Summer Playground Program Counselor (posted April 28, 2017)
South Whitehall Parks and Recreation, Allentown, PA

South Whitehall Township Parks and Recreation is seeking applications for Summer Playground Program Counselors. Counselors will report directly to their Playground Supervisor and will be responsible for leading a schedule of diverse programs consisting of competitive and non-competitive recreation activities. Activities may include: sports, games, team building, arts and crafts, environmental education and special events. Counselors are expected to keep all program participants active and engaged from 9:00am – 3:00pm (M-F).

Applicants must be at least 17 years of age. Application deadline is Friday, May 26, 2017. Interested applicants should email (attn: Recreation Program Specialist)

Expiration Date: 05/26/2017


Community Relations Coordinator (posted April 17, 2017)
East Pikeland Township, Chester County, PA

East Pikeland Township, Chester County is seeking a qualified individual to fill the position of Community Relations Coordinator. This is a new, full-time position with competitive salary and benefits. Starting salary expected to be in the $50K range, depending on experience/qualifications. The Community Relations Coordinator will perform administrative and professional work in the planning, development and operation of recreation, open space, and environmental programming for the township; including planning and managing recreation activities and special community events; coordinating open space acquisition and creating environmental education programs.

Applicants should have excellent customer service skills, computer skills, the ability to exercise good judgment and tact in dealing with the public, experience in general office practices, and be able to use modern office equipment. A flexible schedule is required as the work schedule will include some evenings and weekends for meetings, programs and special events.

The ideal candidate should have a Bachelor’s Degree in one of the following fields or disciplines: natural resources management, environmental studies, park and recreation management or related field; a minimum of two years’ experience in parks, recreation, stewardship, resource management, environmental management or similar fields. Work with similar duties and responsibilities in a municipal or county open space or recreation department is a plus.

Apply East Pikeland Township by mailing cover letter, resume and salary history Township Manager, P.O. Box 58, Kimberton PA 19442 or by email Deadline for applications is May 31, 2017.

Expiration Date: 05/31/2017


Fitness Program Coordinator (posted April 17, 2017)
Plymouth Township Parks & Recreation, Plymouth Meeting, PA
Fitness Program Coordinator (Full-time) – Plymouth Township is seeking an experienced coordinator to lead our group fitness program. 35 hours per week to include evenings, one weekend day, and occasional morning shifts as needed. This position offers a competitive salary, and generous benefits package.

*Must hold a current group exercise certification from a nationally recognized organization. Also prefer, but not required, a personal training certification.
*Bachelor’s degree preferred with a concentration in Exercise Science, Fitness Programming or a related field.
*Must hold current certifications in First Aid and CPR.
*Must work well independently while receiving direction from the management team.
*Must be able to work a flexible schedule.
*Must have excellent communication skills both verbally and in writing to individuals and small groups.

This position is under the direction of the Fitness and Wellness Manager, and is responsible for the following: Hiring, scheduling, training, supervising, and evaluating all group exercise and specialty instructors, youth fitness programs, and community wellness initiatives; Marketing the programs; Evaluating the quality of the classes/programs, members’ needs and enhancing the program(s) accordingly; Oversee the maintenance and inventory control of program supplies; Teach several classes a week; Assist in creating and monitoring the annual budget and expenses including payroll; Assist with fitness floor supervision; Personal train as needed; Administrative duties corresponding to group fitness classes/programs. The coordinator will be expected to stay up to date on their knowledge of upcoming group exercise trends. Assist Fitness Manager with additional duties as required.

Send resume, cover letter and salary requirements Deadline to submit resumes: Position open until filled.

Expiration Date: 05/31/2017

Park Ranger (posted April 7, 2017)
Allegheny County Parks, Allegheny County

Under general supervision, this position is responsible for providing education, information and other customer services to visitors of the Allegheny County parks near Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, and promoting recreation and safe utilization of the parks in accordance with applicable provisions of the Allegheny County Code of Ordinances.

Minimum Requirements: Associates Degree or 60 post-secondary credits AND one year of related experience and/or training required. A minimum of fifteen (15) credits of coursework in natural or environmental sciences, natural resource management, park management, outdoor recreation, forestry, environmental education or ecology preferred. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted. Salary: $12 per hour.

Please send a resume to Melissa.Swedish@AlleghenyCounty.US if interested in becoming a Park Ranger for Allegheny County Parks Department.


Seasonal Part-Time Stewardship Crew Member (posted March 31, 2017)
Wildlands Conservancy, Emmaus, PA

Wildlands Conservancy is accepting applications for a Short-Term (Seasonal) Stewardship Crew Member to be responsible for assisting with managing the natural resources and infrastructure of Wildlands Conservancy’s nature preserves.

The successful candidate will work on trails on the Conservancy Preserves, identify and manage invasive species, conduct biological inventories, perform small construction projects and assist with habitat restoration projects.

The successful candidate must have completed two years of college level work relating to environmental science, have the ability to interpret maps, conduct physical labor in all types of weather, use power tools safely, work independently, lift 50 lbs. and hike 5 miles.

Send resume
Human Resources
Wildlands Conservancy, Inc.
3701 Orchid Place
Emmaus, PA 18049

Expiration Date: 05/31/2017

Part-Time Bike and Boat Adventure Guide (posted March 31, 2017)

Wildlands Conervancy, Emmaus, PA

Wildlands Conservancy is accepting applications for a Seasonal Part-Time Bike and Boat Adventure Guide to be responsible for assisting with the national award winning Bike and Boat program by providing safety guidance, education and professional leadership on the trips.

The successful candidate will be a healthy, outdoor adventure-minded individual who will provide safety guidance and professional leadership on Bike and Boat trips, assist with education and logistics components of trip, support the Lead Guide in areas of overseeing the equipment relating to the program and conduct safety presentations.

The successful candidate must have a degree in a related field or currently be seeking a degree in a related field, knowledge and experience with recreational aquatic activities, previous experience as a river guide, be able to lift, move and load canoes and bikes, excellent communication skills, have patience and a sense of humor and must be First Aid/CPR certified or willing to obtain certification.

Salary: $10/hour

Application Deadline: 5/31/17


Seasonal Part-Time Naturalist (posted March 31, 2017)

Wildlands Conservancy, Emmaus, PA

Wildlands Conservancy is accepting applications for a Seasonal Part-Time Naturalist to be responsible for developing, coordinating, promoting, and teaching community and school environmental education programs.

The successful candidate will prepare for and teach environmental education classes to groups and individuals of all ages and learn how to properly handle education animals in order to present wildlife during programming.

The successful candidate must have a degree in a related field or currently be seeking a degree in a related field, ability to work night and weekends, ability to work with all age groups, work independently and within a team, have patience and sense of humor, tolerance of inclement weather, and excellent interpersonal skills.

Application Deadline: 5/31/17


Child Care Staff (posted March 31, 2017)

Lititz RecCenter, Lititz PA

We are looking to hire subs for our after school child care program and our summer camp program. Hour would be 2:30-6pm after school and various hours during the summer.Email Julie for more information at


Summer Playground Staff (posted March 31, 2017)

Lititz RecCenter, Lititz, PA
Lititz rec is looking for staff to be 18 and older. Playground program runs outside at several different park locations. Candidates should have flexible hours. Candidates should have experience with working with kids ages 5-12. Candidates should be energetic, welcoming, reliable, and responsible and have positive leadership. Interested applicants please send applications and/or resumes Maria Tivoli at

Expiration Date: 05/31/2017

Skate Park Monitor (posted March 31, 2017)
Lititz RecCenter, Lititz, PA

Lititz rec is looking for a skate park monitor. Monitor must have flexible hours for morning, afternoon, evening and weekend shifts. Candidates should be 18 years or older. They will need to enforce rules and ensure the safety at the Skate Park. Interested applicants please send applications and/or resumes contact Maria Tivoli at

Expiration Date: 05/31/2017


Parks and Recreation Program Coordinator - part time (posted March 10, 2017)
Plumstead Township, Bucks County
Hourly rate dependent upon qualifications. Please see Township website for more details, Email resume to or mail resume and wage requirements to Carolyn McCreary, Township Manager, 5186 Stump Road, PO Box 387, Plumsteadville, PA 18949-0387 E.O.E.

Director of Parks and Recreation (posted March 10, 2017)
West Bradford Township, Downingtown, PA

This position is responsible for the management of the public parklands, preserves, and other lands and facilities of the township as well as the coordination of recreational programming for residents.


• Responsible for managing township parks, open space and other municipal facilities not specifically assigned to other departments, including salt and/or plow sidewalks at all Township owned facilities and mowing and along the Brandywine Trail.
• Work with volunteer boards and groups to maximize the beneficial use of the parks.
• Produce and maintain records/reports regarding township parkland and park facilities.
• Publish park rules and procedures for municipal approval. Maintain and enforce adopted rules and procedures.
• Establish and maintain risk management/risk assessment plan and inspection process for parks and other public facilities.
• Prepare effective park maintenance and security plans for township parks and oversee their implementation.
• Coordinate and review municipal subdivision regulations regarding recreation requirements.
• Schedule park usage, events, advertisements and collect fees associated with park usage.
• Establish and maintain a program for memorials in parks and methods to encourage, track and manage donations to the parks.
• Prepare and oversee the annual budget for recreation; to include capital budgeting, maintenance and depreciation in coordination with Township Manager.
• Oversee preparation, receipt, letting and completion of construction and/or maintenance contracts.
• Assess and manage inter-municipal cooperation agreements for park needs and maintenance.
• Oversee employees assigned to the park department
• Serve as Board member

Lifeguards and Playground Instructors (posted February 24, 2017)
Allentown Parks & Recreation, Allentown, PA

Lifeguards at municipal pools: $8.75/hr

Playground Instructors: $8.50/hr
Cashier: $7.75/hr

Contact: Jillian Hillegas by email

Expiration Date: 05/31/2017


Seasonal Summer Staff (posted February 16, 2017)
Radnor Township, Wayne, PA

The Radnor Township Recreation & Community Programming Department has openings available for Radnor Day Camp. We are looking for dependable, enthusiastic, self-starters who enjoy working with children. Summer positions are for six to seven week periods plus training. Enjoy competitive pay and great experiences working with children in a dynamic environment! Also, this is a valuable opportunity to increase your professional repertoire and build leadership skills. Applications are continually being accepted and interviews are conducted from March to June. Positions fill quickly so act fast! Read more about Radnor Day or view the camp promotional brochure.

Please note that all positions are available on a first-come, first-served basis and some positions may already be filled by returning staff from the previous summer. Please call for dates and more information on available positions.

Positions include:
-Excursions Coordinator - Coordinates field trips and assists the Director of camp in various areas -Special Events & Games Coordinator -Aquatics Coordinator -Assistant Aquatics Director -Lifeguard/Swim Instructors -Imaginative Arts/Crafts Coordinator -Specialty Coordinators - Do you have a special talent or skill of which camp can benefit? Can you lead camp games? Can you lead quidditch? Can you teach music? Science? Let us know!

-Special Needs Support Staff
-Staff Chameleon - Supports camp in various area leading groups of children in their daily activities.
-Leader II - Senior Leadership "camp counselor" that leads groups of children in their daily activities.
-Leader I - Junior Leadership "camp counselor" that leads groups of children in their daily activities.

For more information visit our website at

Expiration Date: 06/23/2017

Lifeguards (posted February 16, 2017)
City of Westminster, Westminster, MD

3-5 temporary positions available from Memorial Day through Labor Day 2017; $9.50/hr.; 20–35 hrs/wk, weekdays and weekends depending on schedule; must have certificate in Lifeguard Training, CPR and Standard First Aid. To apply online, go to; or pick up application at 56 W Main St, Westminster, MD; or call 410-848-5236. Position will remain open until filled.

EOE Expiration Date: 05/29/2017

Camp Counselors (posted February 16, 2017)
City of Westminster, Westminster, Maryland

6 positions available. 35-40 hours/week; $9.25–$9.50/hour depending upon experience. Must enjoy working with children, being outside, creating and leading activities, being a coach and role model for children ages 5 12, and have a basic understanding of most sports. Mandatory Camp orientation will be held in June. Summer camp runs from June 19 through September 1, 2017. Apply online or download application at; or pick up an application at 56 W Main St, Westminster; or call 410-848-5236. Position will remain open until filled.

EOE Expiration Date: 06/19/2017

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Current Internships


Parks & Recreation Intern (posted April 18, 2017)
Silver Spring Township, Mechanicsburg, PA
Silver Spring Township Parks & Recreation Department is offering a paid summer internship for students currently working towards a degree in recreation or a related field. The position requires a commitment of 30 to 40 hours per week, Monday through Friday, with some evening hours. The intern will learn various aspects of the department, including planning and implementation of programs, administrative duties, a summer day camp program, and the annual BBQ & Bluegrass Festival. This position is open until filled. For more information on Silver Spring Township Parks & Recreation visit

To Apply: Email a letter of interest and resume to Kristy Owens at and complete a standard job application by clicking here.

Summer and Fall Internships (posted April 17, 2017)
Lower Providence Township, Eagleville, PA
Lower Providence Township Parks & Recreation Department is offering summer and Fall internship opportunities for any student working towards a degree in recreation and parks or equivalent. Hands-on experience in various aspects of community recreation including planning,programing, Special Events, summer camps, as well as day-to-day administrative office duties. Interns will gain a wide range of recreation and parks experience through this internship.

Expiration Date: 05/22/2017

Parks and Recreation Intern (posted February 24, 2017)
Richland Township, Gibsonia, PA
Richland Township Parks and Recreation Department is offering a paid summer internship opportunity for any student working towards a degree in recreation and parks or equivalent and who is looking for an exciting summer experience! Hands-on experience in various aspects of community recreation including planning, evaluation, implementation of programs, events, summer day camps, as well as day-to-day administrative office duties. Interns will gain a wide range of recreation and parks experience through this internship.

Contact: Melissa Williams at


Programs and Communications Internship (posted February 3, 2017)

Cambria County Conservation & Recreation Authority, Ebensburg, PA

The internship would involve assisting the Program Specialist with public relations, the Friends of the Trails program, trail events, trail service projects, volunteer engagement, and additional special projects. Interns would also compose press releases and utilize WordPress to assist in developing the website. The internship would be 200 or 300 hours (flexible depending on credits needed), including 15-20 hours per week with help also needed at 2 trail events on Saturdays this spring/summer. (Dates needed: May 27, June 17). The office is located in Ebensburg, PA. Start/end dates are flexible.

Skills, Experience, and Demands
• Background/Major in Digital Media, Communications, Public Relations, Marketing, English, Parks and Recreation, Environmental Studies, or other related discipline
• Strong oral and written communication skills
• Strong organizational skills, with an ability to prioritize time-sensitive assignments
• Proficiency with Adobe and Microsoft Suite Office
• Familiarity with social networking sites and website management
• Interest in the outdoors, recreation, photography, and community development a plus
• Ability to walk up to one mile on trails in all weather conditions; ability to lift 30 pounds.

The Cambria County Conservation & Recreation Authority (CCCRA) exists 1) to create, enhance, and preserve recreation experiences in Cambria County and 2) to construct environmental remediation facilities in Cambria County and the surrounding region. The CCCRA strives to provide visitors and residents of Cambria County recreational experiences that connect them with the region’s assets to encourage an active and healthy lifestyle. The CCCRA oversees the Ghost Town Trail, the Path of the Flood Trail, and the Jim Mayer Riverwalk Trail.

To Apply
Email a letter of interest and résumé to Leanna Bird, CCCRA Program Specialist, at Please visit for additional information about the CCCRA.



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