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City of Scottsdale seeks new parks and recreation staff

Posted 7/4/22

Scottsdale’s nationally accredited and award-winning parks and recreation department is currently seeking recreation leaders to run programs and operations at some of the best locations in the Valley.

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City of Scottsdale seeks new parks and recreation staff

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Scottsdale’s nationally accredited and award-winning parks and recreation department is currently seeking recreation leaders to run programs and operations at some of the best locations in the Valley.

Many of these positions are part-time and have flexible hours (like nights and weekends) for all ages, according to a press release.

The current opportunities are:

  • Recreation Leader I: This entry-level position offers opportunities to work with after-school and summer youth programs, at the McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park, one of Scottsdale’s many parks and more.
  • Recreation Leader II: This position requires six months of customer service experience to work in one of Scottsdale’s three community centers or two senior centers. Employees in this position also run a variety of youth programs, assist at parks, work sports facilities (like tennis centers), coordinate adult sports leagues and work at the Railroad Park.
  • Recreation Leader II (adaptive services – part-time): This unique position works with children and adults with physical or intellectual disabilities. Employees in this position assist in after-school programs, coach Special Olympics sports and lead social activities and excursions.

“Scottsdale provides ‘Simply Better Service for a World-Class Community,’” the release stated. “We look forward to welcoming you to the team!”

Learn more about working for the city of Scottsdale at www.scottsdaleaz.gov/hr.

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