Parks Project Manager - City of Portland ME

Date Submitted: November 13, 2019

Application Deadline: November 20, 2019

Position Title: Parks Project Manager

Contact Name: Sally DeLuca

Contact Email:

Organization: City of Portland, Parks, Recreation & Facilities

Job Description

Parks, Recreation & Facilities Department – Full-Time, 37.5 hours/week (Monday – Friday) - This is highly skilled professional level work that oversees Parks, Recreation and Facilities projects, from developing the scope of work to the completion of projects. Typical projects include, but are not limited to: playground installation, athletic field installation, irrigation and drainage systems, historical preservation, athletic court construction, plazas, sidewalks, monuments, parking lots, restroom facilities, trails, and waterfront infrastructure. The Project

Manager will also oversee projects being run by other Department personnel ensuring process and completion of the projects. This position develops the initial scope of work for Department construction projects and prepares cost estimates for potential and actual projects and monitors assigned project budget from initial appropriation to final payment. This position also attends all pre-bid meetings with the ability to clearly define the scope of work, prepares the necessary bid and contract documents, including obtaining the necessary signatures for approval and reviews bids to assure qualified bidders. In addition to the above, the Project Manager also goes to job sites to monitor progress and to evaluate the method used to accomplish the work, makes sure the proper materials and tools are being used and that the finished results exceed the expectation of the customer; ensures that all work is performed in a timely, cost effective and professional manner; works with selected outside contractors and monitors their performance; follows all purchasing requirements set forth by the City. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in management or a related field and 3 years of supervisory / project management experience

or a combination of experience and training that provides the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities required of this position; broad working knowledge of Parks, Recreation and Facilities management, including playgrounds, trails, athletic facilities, plumbing and electrical systems, fencing parks roads and sidewalks; working knowledge of applicable building, fire, electrical and plumbing codes, as well as, knowledge of HVAC systems and designs; extensive knowledge of local, state and federal safety rules and regulations; ability to develop and maintain cooperative working relationships with staff, contractors, City employees, Friends Groups, Boards and

Commissions; ability to work a flexible schedule that includes working long hours, nights and weekends; excellent organizational and communication skills; ability to read design and construction plans; experience in developing accurate project costs. Training and Experience Desired: Registration as a Professional Engineer (PE) or Landscape Architect in the State of Maine. Necessary Special Requirements: Must possess a valid Class C driver's license and must have and maintain a good driving record. Offers of employment are contingent upon the completion of a satisfactory criminal background check. TWIC (Transportation Worker Identification Credential) Card, or ability to acquire. Starting pay rate $1,006.13/week.

Permanent, full-time employees receive a generous benefits package which includes 12 ½ paid holidays; employee health insurance; sick and vacation leave; optional life, dental and income protection insurances; choice of retirement plans; and tuition reduction program with the University of Southern Maine.

The City of Portland is strongly committed to diversity in its workforce. Women and Minorities are encouraged to apply. We are an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity employer.

For more information or to apply online visit the Job Opportunities page of the City’s website at

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Apply at/send cover letter and resume to the

City of Portland, Maine

Human Resources Office

389 Congress St., Room 115

Portland, ME 04101

Email to

Fax to (207) 874-8937

Deadline for applications: Wednesday, November 20, 2019.

Pop Whalen Ice & Arts Center Rink/Office Staff - Town of Wolfeboro

Date Submitted: 11/7/2019

Application Deadline: Until filled (Part Time)

Position Title: Pop Whalen Ice & Arts Center Rink/Office Staff - Part Time

Contact Name: Justin Chaffee

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Organization: Town of Wolfeboro

Job Description

The Pop Whalen Ice & Arts Center is a town owned and operated Ice Arena in Wolfeboro, NH. It is home to the Kingswood High School and Brewster Academy hockey teams, Back Bay Youth Hockey and numerous adult leagues. It is open daily for lap skating, stick practice and public skating and offers some of the lowest ice rental rates in the state in a clean, well lit and pleasant setting. The Arena Concession Staff is responsible for operating and maintaining the concession area at Pop Whalen. These positions will be part time (15-30 hours/week) and generally work evening and weekend shifts. The Rink Staff is responsible for cleaning and maintaining the facility, driving the zamboni, as well as other projects around the facility.

Pop Whalen is looking for Rink Staff and Concession/Office Staff. For full job descriptions visit our website below:

Carter Community Building Association - Executive Director

Date Submitted: 10/22/2019

Application Deadline: Until Filled

Position Title: Executive Director

Contact Name: Baar Graf

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Organization: Carter Community Building Association

Job Description

The Carter Community Building Association (CCBA) of Lebanon, NH has a unique leadership opportunity available for an Executive Director. This position will report to the CCBA Board of Directors and will be responsible for the overall management and success of this non-profit community recreation organization. Duties include (but are not limited to) strategic planning, fiscal management, marketing/fund-raising, program and facility development, community outreach and public relations, and staff and operations management. This individual must be a motivated team leader with excellent communication skills as well as a visionary who is current with fitness industry trends to ensure the CCBA, as a community landmark institution, continues to provide quality programs and excellent facilities to its membership and community. A Bachelor’s degree in business, recreational services, or sports management with a minimum of seven years of relevant experience is required (or the equivalent combination of education and experience). Candidates should submit a cover letter and resume as soon as possible to: or mail to CCBA ED Search, Attn: Baar Graf, PO Box 386, 1 Taylor Street, Lebanon, NH 03766.Visit the CCBA website to learn more about this community recreation center at EEO –Female/Minority/Disabled/Veteran

Georgetown Mass. - Lead Project Coordinator

Date Submitted: 10/31/2019

Application Deadline: 11/29/2019

Position Title: Lead Project Coordinator

Contact Name: Erin Duggan

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Organization:Georgetown Youth Community Center

Job Description

The Lead Project Coordinator would be responsible for creating a safe, inclusive space for middle and high school youth in Georgetown to hang out after school. This is a new space so there is opportunity to create a new program, this includes everything from policies to activities, although we do have some basic structures to start with, there is room to grow! We are looking for a fun, energetic, leader with experience in creating programming for youth. The center would be open three days a week and offer come Friday night events.


Georgetown Mass. - Activities Coordinator

Date Submitted: 10/31/2019

Application Deadline: 11/29/2019

Position Title: Activities Coordinator

Contact Name: Erin Duggan

Contact Email:

Organization: Georgetown Youth Community Center

Job Description

The Activities Coordinator would report to and assist the Lead Program Coordinator in creating a safe, inclusive, space for middle and high school youth to attend after school. This person would be responsible for creating activities from games to sports to art. We also have local partners who are willing to come implement programming of which the Activities Coordinator would support and help organize. The Georgetown Youth Community Center is a new entity. We are looking for enthusiastic, thoughtful leaders who are passionate about building connections with youth. Experience running programs and working with youth encouraged. The Center would be open three days a week after school and host some Friday evening events.


Aquatics Facility Manager - City of Dover

Date Submitted: 10/11/2019

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled

Position Title: Aquatic Facility Manager

JOB SUMMARY: Responsible for supervising the overall operation of the City’s aquatic facilities including maintenance of physical plant, program development and operation, budget preparation and administration.

ACCOUNTABILITY: Work is performed with considerable independence with ability to make independent choices under the general direction of the Recreation Director and is reviewed through conferences, reports and program results.

SUPERVISION EXERCISED: Provides general supervision for all aquatic regular and seasonal full time and part-time employees. Coordinates and monitors activities of facility vendors in delivering service in accordance with service specifications.

For more information please see the documents below.

20-022 Aquatic Facility Manager Vacancy Announcement.pdf

Aquatic Facility Manager Position Description.pdf

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