Under general direction of an elected governing board, the General Manager is responsible for implementing the policies of the Board, planning and directing recreation and park activities, and providing leadership to the park and recreation functions of the District. The General Manager also acts as technical advisor and Secretary to the Board.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include any of the following tasks, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. The list that follows is not intended as a comprehensive list; it is intended to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed, and may be required to perform additional, position-specific tasks.
Acts as Secretary to the Board of
Acts as a technical advisor to the Board of Directors. Makes recommendations on matters of policy, personnel needs, budget and finance and other related
Plans, organizes and directs all services of the District in harmony with the objectives and policies of the District.
Prepares and justifies the budget; controls and supervises District
Ascertains present and future needs for facilities, areas and programs and makes appropriate recommendations.
Plans, organizes and directs work involved in acquiring, developing and maintaining park and recreation areas.
Assists in negotiations and preparation of contracts and agreements and supervises the enforcement of such
Promotes, markets, and stimulates community interest and participation in recreation programs and the use of parks and recreation center
Represents the District on matters pertinent to parks and recreation, delivers talks before professional, civic and lay groups and participates in conferences; prepares articles for publication and makes reports on the accomplishments of the
Responsible for the recruitment, selection, training, management, and supervision of all District personnel. Represents the District in collective
Responsible for the purchasing of equipment and supplies in accordance with District policy and for maintaining accurate records of
Responsible for the establishment of a system for recording and maintaining all official reports, statements, and records of the
Confers with other local, county, regional, state, and national governmental and voluntary agencies concerned with recreation, parks, and other recreational resources so that cooperative planning and working relationships can be
Assigns duties and responsibilities of District staff; reviews plans and activities suggested by
REQUIRED ABILITIES AND KNOWLEDGE
Thorough knowledge of the principles, theory and philosophy of the recreation and park
Skill in organizing the services of the department that includes advanced planning for areas and facilities, level of adequacy at which services are to be provided, development and replacement of
Ability to prepare and administer a comprehensive budget of a medium-size governmental
Understanding of the recreational needs of the community and the ability to meet those needs with a progressive
Ability to guide and direct the work of the department and its personnel and to delegate tasks with dispatch to particular parts or divisions of the
Administrative skill in supervising the work of specialized personnel in landscape architecture, planning, horticulture, recreation and park operation.
Intensive knowledge of the techniques of the public administration and executive capacity to make decisions
Thorough knowledge of the development, maintenance and operation of recreation and park areas and facilities.
Ability to inspire and work harmoniously with peers and
Additional Salary Information: Additional Salary Information: FRRPD offers defined contribution towards health, dental and vision insurance, and is also part of the PERS retirement system which includes a paid percentage by both employer and employee. Please send a completed FRRPD application, cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org For more information, please visit: http://frrpd.com/about-frrpd/job-opportunities/
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About Feather River Recreation and Park District
The Feather River Recreation and Park District (FRRPD) is an independent special district that encompasses 730 square miles in size and serves an estimated population of 48,000. The District’s office is located in Oroville, approximately 70 miles north of Sacramento. FRRPD provides cultural, historic, interpretive, leisure, recreation, sports programs and maintains quality parks and related facilities, and continues to develop additional parks and facilities.