Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Recreation Supervisor-Lake House is responsible for the daily operational and administrative functions of the Evergreen Lake House including, but not limited to, event planning, community gatherings, project management, creating and maintaining a facility budget, seasonal offerings and programs, and general strategies designed to encourage facility growth while promoting community awareness.
Interfaces with other district divisions in order to coordinate and promote activities as well as encourage the creation of district recreational events and activities.
Develops viable strategies and objectives based on the concept of recreational growth and improvement within EPRD.
Collaborates with Marketing and Recreational teams to attain sponsors for EPRD events coordinated for the Lake House site.
Leverages tools to accurately measure and report on marketing efforts as related to the Lake House; specifically related to EPRD’s recreation registration program, Active Net.
Oversight of all daily operations and seasonal activities as related to the Lake House.
Oversees the recreational offerings such as ice skating and boating, special events, and other related programs which are facilitated at the Lake House and surrounding property.
Oversees the coordination and planning of Lake House events, including, but not limited to, the annual EPRD Summer Concert Series at Evergreen Lake, the Evergreen Lake House Wedding and Event Showcase, the Evergreen Pond Hockey Championship, the EPRD Paddleboard Race, and other venue events.
Hiring, training, supervising, scheduling, and evaluating of all Lake House staff.
Processing payroll and time approvals for all Lake House staff.
Develops, maintains and controls applicable budgets as related to the Lake House operations.
Oversees agreements with independent contractors related to operations at the Lake House site.
Collaborates with Facility Operations Manager and Park Operations Manager to develop and coordinate capital improvement and maintenance projects for the Lake House site.
Works closely with Park Operations Manager to oversee park permits issued at the Lake House site.
Attends community activities and events to align district goals with community needs while also creating and overseeing new events that support the mission.
Engages in communication with public regarding proper etiquette for park and facility visitors.
Manages applicable relationships with appropriate entities enabling more effective utilization and reporting.
Must possess a highly defined focus towards both internal and external guest service.
Other duties as assigned.
MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISORY DUTIES:
Daily supervision and development of all employees within jurisdiction of supervision.
Recruits, selects, hires, trains, develops, disciplines and dismisses (if necessary) assigned staff within parameters of responsibility.
Assists in the scheduling, planning and attendance of all employee meetings.
Conducts staff team and one on one-employee meetings as applicable.
Assists with the implementation of all EPRD policies and procedures in a timely manner as related to functional areas of responsibility.
Attends and actively participate in all assigned meetings.
Responsible for following DOL rules and regulations.
ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
Prepares long range, viable plans for applicable programs and needs assessment for the functional areas of responsibility.
Strives to position the correct people in the correct place in order to avert attention to the exponential growth of recreational programs
Implements and supervise Risk Management plans, allowing for a safe environment for employees and visitors.
Reviews and assist in the administration of applicable budget on a consistent, regular basis.
Assists in the identification of potential safety/hazardous situations while working to resolve potential situations.
Management of all safety trainings related to boating or skating staff each season as well as implementing a Risk Management Plan, allowing for a safe environment for employees and visitors.
Fundamental management, administration, budgeting, purchasing, personnel and financial skills necessary to effectively manage the facilities. Excellent problem solving skills.
Must be willing to interact on a regular basis with the community and especially all stakeholders who participate in the provided programs and use of the various facilities.
Ability to effectively manage a diverse staff.
Must be highly motivated, organized and creative.
A strong attention to detail and accuracy
Excellent written as well as oral communication skill.
Administrative proficiency in a wide variety of practical applications.
An acute sense of organization and excellent problem solving skills.
A strong attention to professionalism.
A creative vision and style as related to event planning and coordination, but not limited to wedding and holiday planning.
Extremely good time management skill with the ability to prioritize.
Understanding and implementation of internal and external guest service.
Thorough knowledge of modern principles, methods, practices and equipment relating to the functional areas of responsibility.
Thorough knowledge of computer programs including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Macintosh, and Recreation registration program (Active Net.)
A general knowledge of complex project management.
A thorough knowledge of budgeting practices, methods and procedures.
Knowledge of seasonal activities, including, but not limited to, ice skating and boating.
Knowledge of risk management/safety issues relating to the functional areas of responsibility.
Knowledge of general park/facility operations, including but not limited to, operational standard operating procedures.
Knowledge in coordination and supporting non-profit organizations.
Ability to plan, direct, supervise, and evaluate programs; assess overall district effectiveness in exercising its mission.
Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, to a variety of audiences, including the district as a whole.
Ability to establish and follow priorities.
Ability to input, output, analyzes and interprets data using computers and any applicable software.
Ability to prepare clear, concise reports, studies, memorandums and statistics.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, government officials, civic organizations, community agencies and the general public.
Ability to delegate administrative tasks while maintaining creative control over applicable areas of responsibility.
REQUIRED TRAINING, EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS
A Bachelors degree from an accredited university in Park and Recreation or related field. Field background should include areas as special/community events organization, recreation facilities, and natural resources.
A minimum of five (5) years Parks/Marketing/Business experience with a minimum of three (3) year in a supervisory role.
A strong background in recreation programs, special event planning and oversight, community relations, and customer service.
CPR/First Aid/Emergency Water certification or the ability to obtain said certification up to six (6) months following employment.
Must hold a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) or be able to obtain within 6 months of employment.
This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with this job.
About usEvergreen Park & Recreation District (EPRD) is a Special District – a form of local government authorized under state law and created to perform a specific purpose. In our case, that purpose is to serve the park and recreation needs of our constituents. Purposes of other special districts include fire protection, health services, water and sanitation. We are not part of Jefferson County. W...e are a separate entity with our own taxing authority. All tax revenue and other funds we collect go to serve our park and recreation needs.The Evergreen Park & Recreation District (originally named the Evergreen Metropolitan Recreation and Park District and renamed in 1992) was authorized in January 1969 by a vote of the residents of the area. At that time, the stated purpose of the District was to provide recreational opportunities to its residents and construct a community center with a swimming pool.Today, Evergreen Park & Recreation District serves approximately 23,000 people residing within the District boundaries. Evergreen is easily accessed via I?70, Hwy 285, or Hwy 74 through Bear Creek Canyon. The District is one of the largest in the state, covering 50,000 acres (78 square miles) in the foothills west of Denver. The District serves the communities of Evergreen, Bergen Park, Indian Hills, Kittredge, and Marshdale.The District is governed by a Board of Directors elected by residents of the District. The Board of Directors of the Evergreen Park & Recreation District is made up of 5 individuals elected from the District at large. They each serve for a term of 4 years and may serve up to two consecutive terms. Board seat elections are held in May of even?numbered years for those Directors whose terms have expired. To help ensure continuity of service on the Board, terms are staggered such that no more than 3 Directors are elected in any given election cycle. Vacancies that occur between election cycles are filled by the Board of Directors who appoints an individual to serve out the remaining term of the vacant seat.The citizens of the Evergreen Park & Recreation District place high value in their parks, recreation facilities, and programs. They recognize the importance of these services as an enhancement to the quality of life of the community. This commitment is embodied in the District’s strong parks and recreation system with unique facilities such as Buchanan Park, Buchanan Park Recreation Center, Evergreen Lake House, and Wulf Recreation Center.More information regarding Evergreen Park & Recreation District’s history and continuing commitment to the community can be seen throughout the information included in this website.