Community Services Coordinator 2 – City of Surrey

June 28, 2024

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Job Description


Surrey 2017

City of Surrey

Community Service Coordinator 2

(RFT)

As one of the fastest growing cities in Canada, the City of Surrey is a globally recognized leader in building vibrant, sustainable communities. The Surrey Animal Resource Centre is looking for employees who enjoy serving their community through excellent service to animals and their owners.

Scope
Recreation Surrey has been offering residents diverse recreational spaces and programs to meet the needs of our communities. Utilizing the City’s gyms, pools, multi-purpose rooms, and fitness spaces to offer a wide range of programs including preschools, after-school programs, fitness, aquatics, senior services, and many more, in the form of drop-ins, register programs and special events. Our recreation facilities aim to keep our residents healthy, active, and engaged.

We’re currently looking for a Community Service Coordinator 2 for our recreation facilities to help deliver our wide range of programs. We are looking for the most qualified candidate who is versatile and flexible, and the portfolio will be determined based on the skills and knowledge of the successful candidate.

Work at this level is characterized by the significant scope and depth of financial and supervisory responsibility within a multi-functional and diversified facility and the high profile of community services responsibility.  Demonstration of knowledge and ability to understand and perform at a high level, to move initiatives forward, understand the big picture, lead teams and align with Recreation Surrey’s philosophies is key to being successful in this role.

Employment Status
Union – CUPE Local 402 – Regular Full-Time 

Responsibilities
We’re looking for a positive leader who has a strong foundation and experience in creating and delivering recreation and sport programming in a range of community settings. You will lead staff and coordinate with other stakeholders to create and implement programs for a wide range of audiences, each with specific needs. You will oversee programming and facility operations ensuring safe, clean and welcoming spaces for residents.

  • Planning and implementing a diverse range of programs. 
  • Following safety processes to identify and correct unsafe conditions around the recreation facility, including equipment and program activity safety, including licensing requirements.
  • Developing and administering annual budgets and grants including revenues and expenditures.
  • Preparing reports as required including budget, operations and grants.
  • Working collaboratively with community stakeholders to enhance program and service delivery and offerings.
  • Recruiting, supervising, and training staff and volunteers.
  • Overseeing facility maintenance and operations/ training, scheduling, and overall maintenance of assets, including licensed program spaces.

Qualifications

  • Graduated from a recognized university or college level program.
  • 4 years of progressively responsible experience in the delivery of recreation services or community development work.
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.  Candidates must have technical expertise applicable to the specific role.
  • A good understanding of community recreation programs, their purpose and objectives.
  • A community mindset and be successful in establishing and maintaining strong working relationships with partners and other stakeholders.

OTHER INFORMATION
Hourly Rate
: $40.60

Steps  — Hourly Rate
Step 1: $40.60
Step 2 (6 Months): $42.19
Step 3 (18 Months): $43.77
Step 4 (30 Months): $45.61
Step 5 (42 Months): $47.52

APPLY
If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply at https://www.surrey.ca/about-surrey/jobs-careers to Job ID 6008.

www.surrey.ca/careers



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