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  • Part Time Opportunities

    NOTE: These positions offer part-time hours on year-round basis. If you are looking for a summer job, please see our Summer/Seasonal job listings.

    The Peoria Park District hires without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, military status, unfavorable discharge from military service, or disability. All qualified individuals are encouraged to apply. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

    UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED, applications and resumes for all positions will continue to be reviewed until position is filled. To ensure full consideration applications and resumes should be forwarded in a timely manner.

    HOW TO APPLY:
    If you are interested in any position, you MUST download/print an employment application form. Your application form (along with a resume if one is available) can be:
    1. Mailed to the address at the bottom of the application
    2. Faxed to (309) 686-3352
    3. Dropped off in person at the Noble Center at 1125 W. Lake Avenue in Lakeview Park (Mon-Fri, 8 am-4:30 pm)

    Applications will be reviewed until position is filled.

    ...at Luthy Botanical Garden

    POSITION:                Part-time Education and Volunteer Coordinator

     

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    Education: A minimum of a high school diploma; additional college work in education, horticulture, or related field preferred. Some training in computers will be helpful.

    Experience: Experience with volunteers in a public or social service agency desirable.  Working knowledge of computers and Windows software preferred. Some experience in educational or horticultural field working with the public required.

    Knowledge and Ability: Ability to provide the best possible image of the Botanical Garden and its volunteer, educational, and special event programs;

    Ability to work harmoniously with the public and fellow employees in an enthusiastic and cooperative manner;

    Ability to take initiative, effectively organize and plan work,follow-up and critique programs with the goal of excellence in customer service in mind at all times;

    Skills and capabilities in personnel management, public relations and administration combined with excellent written and verbal communication skills;

    Initiative and creative ability to develop new programs and willingness to accept responsibility for assignments.

    DUTIES:

    Under the supervision of the Garden Manager, the Part-time Education, Volunteer, and Special Events Coordinator will be responsible for:

    Recruiting (with the help of Park District Volunteer Coordinating Staff), orienting, training, placing, tracking, appreciation, and recognition of all Garden volunteers;

    Developing and maintaining a working relationship with all

    Garden staff to define, develop, and plan educational programs and events, volunteer projects and positions, public and private special events; and to monitor volunteer needs;

    Assisting with promoting educational and volunteer programs and special events within the community;

    Providing clerical support in producing and maintaining education, volunteer, and member records and related materials and documentation of education, volunteer activities, and public and private special events;

    Assisting with the scheduling, planning and coordinating of public and private events held at the Garden;

    Coordinating with Garden staff and producing written materials related to education, volunteer, and membership publications;

    Following all safety procedures that pertain to the duties performed;

    Supporting all aspects of the Park District’s safety program;

    Performing all other duties assigned.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

    Some physical exertion in handling supplies and materials relevant to programming;

    Prolonged standing, bending, and stooping at events.

    Ability to understand and complete paperwork and record keeping.

    Ability to operate computer.

    Availability to work some evening and weekend hours.

     

    ...at W.H. Sommer Park

    Sommer Park Program SpecialistsThis position is responsible for conducting outdoor education and historical interpretation programs as well as assisting with coordination and implementation of special events.  Good customer service skills and self-direction are necessary, creativity and enthusiasm are highly desirable.  Minimum of two years in outdoor education, recreation, or historical interpretation.  Individual must be willing to work evenings and weekends as required for special events.  Position is approximately 18-32 hours a week, depending upon educational-rental programs.

    ...at Peoria Zoo

    BIRTHDAY PARTY COORDINATOR – PEORIA ZOO

    POSITION: Part-Time

    REQUIREMENTS:

    • Experience working with the public and excellent customer service skills
    • Have some knowledge of the animal kingdom and interest in learning more
    • Organize and present enthusiastic, entertaining and educational experiences for all ages
    • Must work harmoniously with the public and fellow employees in an enthusiastic and cooperative manner.
    • Must have strong organizational and interpersonal skills.
    • Must have excellent communication and customer service skills.
    • Ability to provide the best possible image of the Park District.

    DUTIES:

    • Birthday Party Instructor will be responsible for:
    • Leading birthday parties for all ages.
    • Setting and cleaning up the birthday party room
    • Conducting engaging tours of the Zoo during parties.

    OTHER:

    Under the supervision of the Curator of Education

    Starting wage is $9.00-$10.00/hour

     

    EDUCATION ASSISTANT – PEORIA ZOO

    POSITION: Part Time

    REQUIREMENTS:

    • Four year degree in education or life sciences preferred.  Experience in a like position and/or two years of college with background in education or life sciences may be substituted.
    • Experience working with the public, public speaking, implementation of educational programs and excellent writing skills.
    • Have working knowledge of animal kingdom and natural history and be able to work with and care for live animals used in programs.
    • Organize and present entertaining and educational programs; work harmoniously with public and employees.  Communicate verbally in writing.
    • Must possess excellent customer service and communication skills.
    • Must be dependable, courteous and able to work with people of all ages.
    • Must have valid driver’s license.

    DUTIES:

    • Perform on-site educational tours.
    • Perform on-site educational programming which includes live animal programs.
    • Conduct birthday parties with environmental emphasis.
    • Outreach educational programs including Zoo mobiles and nature programs.
    • Assist in planning and implementation of special events.
    • Ability to work with graphic programs to integrate in educational printed materials such as brochures, self-guided tours and materials for educators.

    OTHER:

    • Under the supervision of the Curator of Education
    • Starting wage is $9.50 – $10.50 per hour.

     

    GUEST SERVICES – LODGE CASHIER/CONCESSION AT PEORIA ZOO

    POSITION: Part-time

    REQUIREMENTS:

    • Minimum of two years of high school
    • Experience in food service preferred.  Experience working with computers & money handling helpful.
    • Aptitude for on-the-job training and ability to follow both written and oral instructions.
    • Must possess pleasing personality, courteous manner, good customer service skills and dependability.
    • Ability to accurately handle & serve food in a safe and efficient manner and accurately handle money.

    DUTIES:

    • Selling and preparing concession items accurately and safely.
    • Keeping concession areas clean & sanitary and attend to all customer needs.
    • Stocking, cleaning and performing regular open/close procedures.
    • Assisting in setup and working rental events as needed.
    • All other duties assigned

    OTHER:

    • Requires some physical exertion, prolonged standing, bending and stooping.
    • Ability to lift and carry up to 40 pounds is required.

     

    ASSISTANT ZOO CUSTODIAN
    POSITION: Part-Time (Average of 24 – 28 hours/week)
    REQUIREMENTS:
    • High school diploma or equivalent is desired.
    • Background and some work experience in custodial building maintenance and grounds keeping.
    • Ability to operate standard mechanized cleaning equipment.
    • Ability to prepare facility for programs, meetings, and rentals according to daily schedule.
    • Ability to perform routine grounds keeping functions as directed.
    • Ability to follow oral and written instructions.
    DUTIES:
    • Assisting in maintaining the appearance and cleanliness of all designated areas of the zoo.
    • Monitoring of maintenance supplies, equipment and tools.
    • Assisting in animal moves and loading as necessary.
    • Assisting in programs and promotions of the Zoo.
    • Keeping maintenance areas neat and orderly.
    • All other duties as assigned.
    OTHER:
    • Starting wage is $9.50 per hour.
    • Evenings, weekends, and holidays may be required.

    ...at the RiverPlex

     

    RiverPlex is currently looking for a Zumba instructor to sub throughout the year. Please contact Amber Parkinson at 309-282-1543 if you are interested in this position.


    ARENA MAINTENANCE/CUSTODIAL

    POSITION: Part time: 25 hours/week M-F, occasional weekends as needed

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Education - High School diploma or equivalent desired

    Experience - One year experience in janitorial or maintenance duties and procedures preferred

    Knowledge and Ability
     - Ability to follow oral and written instructions and ability to read layout maps for events
    Ability to work independently and efficiently
    Ability to maintain appropriate standards of cleanliness and sanitation
    Ability to operate standard mechanized cleaning equipment
    Ability to prepare facility for programs, meetings, and rentals according to daily schedule
    Ability to work harmoniously with the public and fellow employees in an enthusiastic and cooperative manner
    Ability to provide the best possible image of the Park District so the public respects and appreciate the Park District, it’s facilities and the quality of its recreation program.
    Ability to work occasional weekend, evening and holiday hours

    Personal - Requires neat appearance, a pleasing personality and a work record that shows reliability, initiative, tack and resourcefulness

    JOB DUTIES:
    Under the Direct Supervision of the RiverPlex Recreation Manager the arena maintenance/custodial position is responsible for:

    - Overall cleanliness of the arena, entrance to arena, arena locker rooms, arena storage rooms and Riverplex first floor classrooms.
    Duties Include:
    -dust mopping, use of floor scrubbers, mopping
    -picking up trash, removing trash to outsider dumpsters
    -clean restrooms in arena locker rooms and keep toiletry items stocked
    -clean tables, chairs and bleachers as needed
    -keeping facility areas in an organized state

    - Setting up for programs in each of the above areas.
    Duties include:
    -setting up and tearing down tables and chairs for programs and rentals
    -setting up and tearing down foam activity mats/toys and other toys/games
    -setting up and tearing down of volleyball equipment
    -assisting rentals in set up procedures according to their set up needs
    -general sand volleyball court maintenance, including operation of sand pro rake

    - Responsible for equipment and facility up keep
    - Will perform safety check lists to ensure patron safety while attending programs and utilizing facility equipment

    -Follow all safety procedures that pertain to the duties performed. Support all aspects of the Peoria Park District Safety Program.

    -Possessing a valid Illinois Drivers License

    -Picking up and/or delivering equipment and materials as assigned

    -Performing other duties as assigned:
    -Which are reasonably related to the duties described; or
    -which need to be performed promptly to avoid safety hazards or to protect   Park District property; or
    -which are not generally described in other job descriptions; or
    -when the amount of work exceeds the availability of the Park District employees within the appropriate job classification

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
    The work requires physical exertion in handling supplies, equipment and materials that are relative to the services rendered. Prolonged standing, bending, stooping and twisting are required; ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds on each leg of a repetitive unloading/reloading process; activities involving risks which are typically associated with athletic, recreational and facility rental events; normal safety precautions typical for these areas of services are required. Exposure to power equipment, outdoor turf/field implements and chemicals, indoor cleaning agents and solutions and various hand tools will be required. The indoor work environment is adequately lighted, heated and ventilated. Outdoor work will expose the incumbent to a wide range of seasonal weather patterns and environmental conditions.

    RIVERPLEX FEMALE CUSTODIAN

     

    POSITION: Part Time (Saturdays & Sundays)

     

    REQUIREMENTS:
    • High school diploma or equivalent. Although a diploma is preferred, extensive experience in a like position may be substituted for all or part of the educational requirement.
    • General knowledge of cleaning and maintaining facilities is required.
    • Must possess basic repair and problem-solving skills.
    • Ability to operate and maintain mechanized cleaning equipment.
    • Ability to follow oral and written instructions.
    • Ability to maintain appropriate standards of cleanliness and sanitation.
    • Ability to work independently and efficiently.

    DUTIES:
    • Monitor the cleanliness of the female locker room.
    • Ensure that program areas, equipment and locker rooms are neat and in good repair.
    • Perform all assigned facility maintenance and clean up.
    • Assist in preparation and monitoring of maintenance supplies.
    • Assist in keeping the RiverPlex and surrounding grounds clean, safe, comfortable and attractive.
    • Perform all other duties as assigned.

    OTHER:
    • Prolonged standing, bending, stooping and twisting are required; ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds on each leg of a repetitive unloading/reloading process.
    • Starting salary wage is $8.25 per hour.

    LIFEGUARDS
    The Peoria Park District has part-time openings for lifeguards at the AquaPlex. Must have a current Ellis NPWLTP certification, or be able to complete an upcoming training. Call Sue Wheeler at 309-282-1531 for information on training classes.

    Apply for positions at Glen Oak Park Pavilion. Be sure to mark your application “Lifeguard” at the top.

    Hours include days, evenings and weekends. Flexible hours and great starting pay.

     

    ...at Owens Center

    ZAMBONI DRIVER

    POSITION: Part Time

    JOB DUTIES
    - Ice resurfacing, ice maintenance, custodial work, ice plant, and compressor log readings.
    - Perform custodial duties to ensure the facility is clean and safe at all times.
    - Familiarity with all aspects of facility operations and maintenance in addition to ice making, ice maintenance and repair.
    - Perform basic equipment repairs, service, and maintenance.
    - Perform some small facility maintenance jobs, changing lights, etc.
    - Complete all log reports as required.
    - Provide quality customer service.
    - Weekday evening, weekend, and holiday hours required.

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
    - Minimum age 18 with High School Diploma or equivalent required.
    - Must have a valid class driver’s license.
    - Good communication skills.
    - Mechanical aptitude an asset.
    - Previous training and operation of ice resurfacing equipment a plus.

    ...in our RiverFront Division

    GATEWAY BUILDING EVENT LEADER

    POSITION: Part-Time

    REQUIREMENTS:
    • High school diploma or equivalent preferred.
    • Previous hospitality and/or special event experience preferred.
    • Ability to learn basic functions and trouble-shooting for Audio Visual system.

    DUTIES: Under the supervision of the Coordinator of Gateway Events
    • Greeting all customers in a warm and friendly manner.
    • Hosting duties of evening and weekend special event rentals that take place in the Gateway Building banquet and conference center.
    • Being the first employee on site for event rentals to unlock and prepare the facility for vendors and guest arrival.
    • Reviewing event documents (floor plan & client profile sheet).
    • Facilitate and direct the move-in and setup of vendors (caterers, musicians, florists, etc) as needed.
    • Test out any AV equipment that will be used during the event.
    • Regularly check on the event while it is in progress.

    OTHER:
    • Must have reliable transportation.
    • Evenings and weekends.
    • This position has no set hours. Hours depend on the number of events and times they are scheduled.

    GATEWAY BUILDING EVENT AND MAINTENANCE STAFF

    REQUIREMENTS:
    • High school diploma or equivalent preferred
    • Previous janitorial work preferred
    • Reliable transportation
    • Ability to work weekend, holidays, and special events
    • Ability to work harmoniously with the public, City of Peoria Personnel, and Peoria Park District staff
    • Ability to perform physically demanding work
    • Ability to follow a picture floor plan

    DUTIES:
    * Set up and tear down of room settings for special events, meetings, weddings, etc.
    • Sweep and mop grand staircase and all other floors
    • Clean restrooms, kitchen and balcony
    • Take out trash, clean windows and all other duties as assigned.

    OTHER:
    • Bending and stooping, and ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds required.
    • $9 per hour
    • NOTE: This job does not have set hours. Hours depend on the number of events scheduled and the times they are scheduled.

    ...in our Recreation Division

    Youth Basketball Supervisor
    Location: Lakeview Recreation Center
    Dates:  Monday and Wednesday evenings and Saturday afternoons
    Pay: $8.50-9
    Job Duties: Set up, supervise, and tear down for games and practices

    Youth Basketball Scorekeeper
    Location: Lakeview Recreation Center
    Dates:  Saturday afternoons and a few weekday evenings in February and March
    Pay: $8.25 per hour
    Job Duties:  Keep official scorebook and run scoreboard for youth basketball leagues.
    General basketball knowledge is helpful.  Training will be provided.

    Youth Basketball Official

    Location: Lakeview Recreation Center
    Dates: Saturday afternoons and a few weekday evenings in February and March
    Pay: $15-$20
    Officiate basketball league for age five – fourth graders.  Experience is preferred, but not required.


    YOGA INSTRUCTORS needed for the 50 Rock Program. Insutrctors needed during the day and early evenings. GENERAL FITNESS INSTRUCTORS are needed early evenings (5-7 PM).


    GUITAR INSTRUCTOR needed for the Fine Arts Department. Must be 18 years and older with at least one year of teaching experience with children and adults. Must be proficient in acoustic guitar. Classes are Wednesday evenings from 5:00 to 8:00 pm. beginning in January. Salary based on experience.


     

    JOB TITLE: Lakeview Recreation Center – Building Supervisor

    POSITION: Part-Time starting January 2014

    REQUIREMENTS:
    • High school diploma or equivalent is desired. Ability to work a flexible schedule including weekends, evenings and holidays.
    • Ability to follow oral and written instructions and work harmoniously with co-workers and the general public.
    • Ability to prepare facility for programs, meetings and rentals according to daily schedule.

    DUTIES:
    • Serve as building supervisor and lead staff person on duty during scheduled and non-scheduled recreational activities and rentals.
    • Responsible for assisting with set up and tear down of Lakeview Recreation Center events which includes, but is not limited to, setting up tables, chairs and trash removal.
    • Assist in maintaining the appearance and cleanliness of all designated areas of Lakeview Recreation Center.
    • Serve as main contact during all building activities, interacting with participants and the general public.
    • Perform all other duties as assigned.

    OTHER:
    • Starting wage is $8.50 per hour.
    • Average of 8 – 20 hours per week.
    • Evenings, weekends and some holidays required.
    • Some physical exertion required in handling supplies, equipment and materials.
    • Prolonged standing, bending and stooping, and ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds is required on a periodic basis.


    PROCTOR CENTER ASSISTANT MANAGER

    POSITION: Part-Time

    REQUIREMENTS:
    • Bachelor’s Degree with a major in recreation or closely related field. Although a degree is preferred, experience in a like position with similar duties and responsibilities may be substituted for all or part of the education preference
    • Minimum two years’ experience in managing a facility or experience in recreation programming is preferred in addition to experience working with culturally diverse populations and/or at risk population
    • Ability to maintain good working relationships with various staff members and to promote a positive image of the Park District
    • Exhibit effective oral and written communication skills
    • Ability to work independently and maintain a flexible schedule with irregular hours and shifts

    DUTIES:
    • Planning, scheduling, implementing and evaluating a wide variety of assigned recreational programs and events on a year round basis
    • Hiring, supervising, and evaluating recreational staff
    • Formulating sections of the budget as assigned
    • Preparing and submitting records and reports
    • Performing registration functions, administrative transactions, financial tracking, etc., using computerized formats
    • Completing assigned work details in specific areas of the Park District.

    OTHER:
    • Starting salary is $15.00 per hour
    • Evenings and weekends will be required.

     

    Event & Program Assistant – Senior Programming

    REQUIREMENTS:

    • Must be at least 21 years of age.
    • Must possess a high school diploma.
    • Experience in event planning and/or program administration and/or sales.
    • Ability to relate to the public, other employees and 50 Rock participants in an enthusiastic and proper manner.
    • Must be functional in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.
    • Must be experienced in current social media.
    • Must possess a valid Illinois State driver’s license.

    DUTIES:

    • Responsible for coordination of logistics for numerous events and programs for age 50+ adults.
    • Acts as an on-site assistant/contact on event and program days.
    • Maintain department database, conduct web research and handle bulk mailings.
    • Perform daily duties assigned by Senior Program Coordinator.
    • Performing all other duties as assigned.

    OTHER:

    • Under the direct supervision of the Senior Program Coordinator.
    • Requires some evenings and weekends.
    • Pay rate: $9.00 per hour.

    ...in our Fine Arts Division

    For more information on these positions call Linda Huff at 309-681-2861.

     ART INSTRUCTOR needed for the Fine Arts Department. Must be 21 years and older with at least one year of teaching experience with children and adults. Must be proficient in painting, drawing, sculpture and ceramics. Classes are weekdays, after school and evenings and Saturday mornings. Contact Linda Huff at 681-2861 for more information.

    DANCE INSTRUCTOR needed for the Fine Arts Department. Must be 18 years and older with at least one year of teaching experience with children. Must be proficient in ballet, tap, jazz and/or tumbling. Classes are weekdays after school and evenings and Saturday mornings.

    CERTIFIED PILATES INSTRUCTOR for summer classes at the Franciscan Rec Complex 2 evenings per week at 5:30 pm.

    CERTIFIED YOGA INSTRUCTOR for weekly fitness classes week nights year round. Please contact Linda Huff 681-2861.

    DRAMA INSTRUCTORS for our after school Theatre Education for Children classes beginning in September. Must be 21 years or older with at least one year teaching experience with children. Please contact Linda Huff 681-2861.

    ...in our Parks Division

    LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION WORKMAN – EQUIPMENT SERVICE CENTER

    POSITION: Part Time

    REQUIREMENTS:
    • Minimum of two-year Associates degree from accredited college, junior college, or university required. Extensive experience may be taken into consideration in lieu of educational requirement.
    • Knowledge and experience in general construction, basic carpentry, landscape construction, maintenance and repair of infrastructure is required.
    • Ability to work harmoniously with the public and fellow employees in an enthusiastic and cooperative manner. Communicate effectively in both speaking and writing.

    DUTIES:
    • Construction and landscaping for park grounds, including playgrounds, sidewalks, zoo exhibits, retaining walls, etc.
    • Assistance with the set up and tear down of multiple special events offered by the Peoria Park District.
    • Assistance with the maintenance and repair of aquatic centers, recreation centers and other infrastructure.
    • Performing all other related duties as assigned.

    OTHER:
    • Membership in Laborer’s Local No. 165 will be required.
    • Under the supervision of the foreman to which he/she is assigned.
    • Ability to work weekends, evenings and holidays is required.
    • Must maintain a valid Class (A) CDL driver’s license.

    ...in our Police Division

    PART-TIME PARK PATROL OFFICER

    POSITION: Part Time

    REQUIREMENTS:
    • Four year college degree in Police Science, Parks and Recreation or related field. Must successfully complete state mandatory basic training requirement prescribed by the Illinois Training and Standard Board. Extensive experience may be substituted for all or part of the education requirement under special circumstances. PTI preferred.
    • Must have successful proven experience working with people of all ages.
    • Must be in excellent physical and mental health.
    • No criminal history. No conviction for Driving Under the Influence or Reckless Operation of a Vehicle. No history of driver’s license suspension or revocation.

    DUTIES:
    • Patrolling park areas and facilities by foot or motorized vehicles as assigned.
    • Enforcing all park rules and regulations, state laws and federal laws.
    • Inspecting all assigned facilities and areas to ensure the safety of all patrons.
    • Assisting with all administrative functions of the Police Department.
    • Guiding and directing park patrons in their use of the park areas.
    • Completing all criminal and non-criminal park police reports.
    • Performing all other duties as assigned.

    OTHER:
    • Hourly rate $13.50/hr.
    • Excellent benefit package is provided.
    • Some evening, weekend and holidays will be required.
    • Minimum of 28-30 hours per week.

    ...in our HISRA Division

    The Heart of Illinois Special Recreation Association (HISRA) is a cooperative effort of the Peoria, Morton, Chillicothe, and Washington Park Districts. Its mission is to provide quality recreation programs and services to individuals with disabilities and special needs. HISRA has several openings for responsible and caring individuals:

    PROGRAM LEADER (Several Positions Available)

    REQUIREMENTS:
    • High school diploma or equivalent.
    • Previous experience working with adults and/or children with disabilities.
    • Supervisory and/or leadership experience is preferred.
    • Must be enthusiastic, patient and provide excellent customer service.
    • Knowledge of recreation, special recreation, adaptive physical education, leisure skills or other related fields.
    • Must be 21 years of age and possess a valid Driver’s License.
    DUTIES:
    • Implement planned activities and supervise participants, program aides and volunteers.
    • Establish excellent rapport with participants, parents and coworkers.
    • Analyze participants’ current developmental status and target areas for potential growth.
    • Develop a session-to-session program agenda utilizing proper lesson plan format.
    • Complete and submit all required written reports.
    • Develop a variety of experiences for HISRA participants.
    • Perform all other duties as assigned.
    OTHER:
    • One of these positions is a leader position for HISRA’s FOCUS Program for adults. Hours are approximately 28 hours per week, Monday thru Thursday between the hours of 8:00AM and 4:00PM. Start and end time is potentially flexible.
    • Must be able to lift 50 pounds unassisted as well as stand and sit for long periods of time. Employee must possess fine and gross motor skills to assist participants with scheduled activities and self care needs.
    • Pay range is $9.00 to $10.00 per hour.

    PROGRAM AIDES (Several Positions Available)
    These positions are responsible for assisting the Program Leader in the implementation and supervision of the planned activities. Days and times of shifts will vary and will include evening and weekend programs, HISRA’s FOCUS Program for adults, HISRA’s After School Program, afternoon bowling programs, days off school programs, etc. Pay range is $8.25 to $9.25 per hour.

    ...at Peoria Area Water Wizards

    PEORIA AREA WATER WIZARDS SWIM COACHES

    POSITION: Part-time, must be able to work some evening and weekend hours

    REQUIREMENTS:
    • Must be at least 18 years of age
    • Must have a valid Driver’s License
    • Experience in swim team coaching
    • Valid CPR and first aid certificates
    • Ability to relate to public and other employees in an enthusiastic and proper manner.
    DUTIES:
    • Serve as a representative to the swim team affiliate organizations; including the Parents’ Club, and United States Swimming
    • Assist in establishment of swim team requirements, practice and meet schedules, swimmer time and attendance records and swim team program content
    • Give instructions on correct swimming and diving techniques to people of all ages and abilities
    OTHER:
    • Salary dependent on qualifications
    • Some evenings and weekends will be required
    • For more information please contact Dave Schmidt at dschmidt@peoriaparks.org or (309) 688-3667