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Under supervision, Recreation Leaders are responsible for coordinating and conducting a variety of youth recreation activities, special events, and adult sports programs. Recreation programs run from Monday-Friday, 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. May also be required to work special events and programs on evenings and weekends.
Under direction this person instructs fitness classes at the San Dimas Recreation Center in a safe, enjoyable, and positive environment. Instructor will promote wellness and create appropriate and challenging workouts for participants at the appropriate and safe level. They will instruct participants about exercise activities that improve strength, cardiovascular endurance and flexibility. They demonstrate correct movements and technique, while offering tips on improving form to maintain or improve physical fitness.
Do you have a passion for the outdoors, trails and preserving open space? Do you thrive on helping others and enjoy public interaction? Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District is currently hiring two full-time Administrative Assistants (one in the Public Affairs Department and one in the Land & Facilities Department), and will create a pool from this recruitment for future Administrative Assistant vacancies. For more information, see the Job Description on the District’s website.
If you are looking for a rewarding and challenging opportunity to contribute to the legacy of open space conservation and to provide engaging and enriching nature-based interpretive experiences for a variety of audiences, we have an outstanding opportunity for you! Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District is seeking an Interpretive Specialist to join the Interpretation & Education Program in the Visitor Services Department.
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Building Management Administrator- Parks, Recreation & Neighborhood Services Department & Public Works Department (19912616)
This is a temporary part-time position (24–40 hours/week) that will extend up to a total of 950 hours per fiscal year (July–June). Under direct supervision of the Visitor Services Management Analyst II, this position works on a range of topics related to the collection and analysis of data regarding visitor use patterns in a variety of District preserves. Assignments and schedule will vary on a daily basis depending on current priorities. Some tasks will include measuring vehicle occupancy levels at field locations, gathering data from onsite data collection devices, working with Excel a