Program Supervisor - Town of Barrington

Date Submitted: 6.23.2022

Job Description:

The Town of Barrington is currently seeking a Programs Supervisor. This position is responsible for customer service, general clerical work, building and patron security, and the overall supervision of the recreational programs during evenings & weekend hours, often working in the facilities unaccompanied. This position will work closely with the Program Coordinator and Assistant Recreation Director to offer and maintain a comprehensive schedule of recreation programs across a variety of age groups. This position can accommodate anywhere between 20- 34 hours per week with an hourly rate between $16.50 and $18.50 per hour. Based on final schedule and anticipated weekly hours, this position may be eligible for single health insurance, generous earn time & additional benefits. Full job description and Barrington EmploymentApplication can be found at Application material due by Thursday, July 8th. 

Equal opportunity employer. Please send resume, cover letter and employee application to . Any questions regarding this position should be directed to Jessica Tennis at

Programs Supervisor Job Description 2022.pdf

Program Coordinator - Town of Barrington

Date Submitted: 6.23.2022

Job Description:

The Town of Barrington is currently seeking a Program Coordinator. This position oversees all Barrington Recreation Youth Sports, Adult and Senior as well as intergenerational programming. The program coordinator is responsible for overseeing part time-seasonal staff as well as program volunteers. The town is seeking an individual with municipal experience while alsodemonstrating strong staff, volunteer, and program management capabilities. This position is a full time (40 hours) and is an hourly position starting at Grade 6 with a pay range of $18.97 to $24.28 per hour. Also included is 85% health insurance, enrollment in New Hampshire Retirement, generous earned time, and other insurances. Full job description and BarringtonEmployment Application can be found at Application material due by Thursday, July 8th.

Equal opportunity employer. Please send resume, cover letter and employee application to Any questions regarding this position should be directed to Jessica Tennis at 

Program Coordinator - Job Description 2022.pdf

Recreation Program Coordinator - Town of Scarborough Maine

Date Submitted: 6.22.2022

Application Deadline: Sunday, July 3, 2022

Position Title: Recreation Program Coordinator

Job Description:

The Town of Scarborough’s Community Services department is seeking a Recreation Program Coordinator. This full-time 40-hour per week position is responsible for planning, directing, and coordinating comprehensive recreational and leisure programs within the Town of Scarborough, with a special focus on athletics, outdoor recreation and enrichment activities. Essential functions of this position are to oversee all youth and adult athletic programs, oversee volunteer coaches for all youth athletic leagues, evaluate all programs and coordinate improvements, maintain all equipment, storage and program inventory, and assist department staff with development of community special events. Other related duties as required.

Position Requirements:

  • A minimum of 2 years in active programming development and supervision and experience, training and/or education in recreation, leisure programing or sports management. 
  • Higher ed degree in recreation, physical education or sports management preferred.
  •  Hold a current First Aid and CPR certification; hold a Certified Parks & Recreational Professional certification (or willingness and ability to obtain). 
  • Must be physically capable of performing vigorous tasks which may include regularly lifting and/or moving up to 25 pounds and occasionally lifting and/or moving up to 50 pounds. 
  • Ability to perform duties during exposure to wet, humid, hot and cold weather conditions. 
  •  Must possess a valid Maine driver’s license and have demonstrated a good driving record.

All job applicants are required to apply online: Applications must be received by Sunday, July 3, 2022. For additional information call 207.730.4025 or email .

-Equal Opportunity Employer-

Temporary Summer Worker - Town of Salem

Date Submitted: 6/9/2022

Application Deadline: 7/5/2022


Contact Name: Katie Duffey

Contact Email:

Organization: Town of Salem, New Hampshire

Job Description


Town of Salem, NH

Full-Time/Monday-Friday 7 am – 3:30 pm


The Salem Municipal Services Department is looking for reliable, hardworking seasonal employees to perform various outdoor maintenance tasks, including:

  • Mowing, trimming, and general landscaping
  • Pothole patching
  • Operating small equipment
  • Brush removal
  • General labor
  • Multiple positions available

Must be at least 18 years, able to commit to working until mid-August, have prior landscaping or labor experience preferred but not required.

  • Applicants must have current driver’s license.
  • Background and driving records checks will be required before hire.

Interested in joining our team for the summer?

Please email a current resume/application to:

Applications are available: CLICK HERE

The Town of Salem is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Client Services Specialist- Recreation Software

Date Submitted: 6.3.2022

Job Description:  An entry level, full-time remote position responsible for customer support, troubleshooting problems, and training of existing clients. Also responsible for updating and creating reference guides. Other roles include assisting other Departments and directing customers to other staff if needed. Reports to the Director of Client Services

Job Benefits: Pay is $34,000 per year. The hours would be Monday through Friday 9am to 5pm EST with a half hour paid lunch. Benefits over the first year include 401k with match, health insurance reimbursement, wellness incentive and two weeks vacation.

Job Requirements:

  • Reliable internet access
  • Friendly and accessible
  • Able to learn quickly, follow instructions and coordinate work
  • Able to work without supervision and with minimal guidance
  • Able to problem-solve and troubleshoot
  • Able to know when to ask for help or more information

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Familiarize self with the user side of software, including new updates.
  • Be one of the first contacts for calls and emails, discuss issues and refer to other staff.
  • Confer with clients remotely to provide information about the services of the software.
  • Ensure that appropriate actions are taken to resolve client problems and follow up.
  • Keep records of client interactions, including details of the call/email and actions taken.
  • Refer unresolved customer issues to relevant departments for further investigation.
  • Coordinate responsibilities with other staff members.
  • Participate in staff meetings to remain up-to-date on new functions.
  • Welcome new departments and follow up with regular check-ins.
  • Update how-to/help documents to account for recent software updates in existing guides.
  • Create new how-to/help materials for new software features.
  • Provide basic training for clients as needed or directed.

Qualifications (Preferred):

  • College Degree
  • 2 years Recreation experience
  • 1 year Recreation Management Software experience ( preferred)

How to Apply for the Job: If you are ready to become part of our family, send an email to, with your resume and interest.

Town of Stratham - Program Coordinator

Date Submitted: 5/17/22

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled

Contact Name: Karen Richard

Contact Email:

Job Description

The Town of Stratham, New Hampshire (population 7,700) is seeking a qualified candidate to serve as its Programming Coordinator for the Parks and Recreation Department. This multi-faceted full-time position (40 hours per week) includes both administrative support for the Parks and Recreation Department and hands on programming events and execution of a diverse offering of recreation program for the residents of the Town of Stratham. The Program Coordinator has a hands-on role in managing the annual programs and events offered by the Department. Nights and weekend work is required for this position.

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. Interviews are scheduled to start the week of May 23rd.

Stratham is committed to providing a positive work environment that is both personally and professionally fulfilling. Stratham residents are proud of the Town’s quality of life, “close knit” feel and excellent schools as well as its highly regarded municipal services, including park and recreational offerings.

To apply for the above position, submit a cover letter with resume and a completed Town of Stratham Employment application to Karen Richard, Executive Assistant, Town of Stratham, 10 Bunker Hill Avenue, Stratham, NH 03885 or

Application forms and complete job description are available at the Stratham Town Administrator’s Office and online at

The Town of Stratham is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Competitive benefits package offered.

Salary: $21.00-26.25 per hour.

CLICK HERE for full job description

City of Claremont - Director of Parks & Recreation

Date Submitted: 5/4/2022

Application Deadline: Open until filled

Director of Parks & Recreation - Full-Time

The City of Claremont is seeking an experienced professional for the position of Director of Parks & Recreation!

Job Summary:

The Director of Parks & Recreation performs administrative and managerial functions associated with overseeing activities and operations of the Parks & Recreation Department.

Duties and responsibilities include:

  • Supervising assigned employees
  • Developing and administering municipal recreation programs
  • Directing overall operations of the Parks & Recreation Department, including over 620 acres of municipal parks, forests and outdoor facilities, such as playing fields, courts, pools and the indoor community center facility
  • Planning and supervising construction and maintenance of all types of parks and recreation facilities, grounds, buildings and equipment
  • Performing administrative activities to include maintaining records, payroll and operating budgets for the Parks Department and Community Center

Essential Job Functions:

Please visit for a complete Job Description

Desired Qualifications

Bachelor’s Degree in Parks & Recreation Administration, Public Administration or related field is required. Master’s Degree preferred, with seven (7) years of Parks and Recreation management experience, with at least three (3) years of supervisory experience, preferably within a local government; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this position.

Must possess a current national certification through NRPA as a CPRP (Certified Parks & Recreation Professional).

Compensation & Benefits: Up to $82,861.00/Year DOE

Excellent benefits package to include:

  • Vacation, sick and personal time
  • Enrollment into the NH Retirement System
  • Competitive Health Insurance
  • Dental
  • Short Term Disability
  • Group Life Insurance

Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest and resume to:

Human Resources Manager, City of Claremont, 58 Opera House Square Claremont, NH 03743

Or via email at: The City of Claremont is an equal opportunity employer.

Park Projects Manager - Manchester Parks, Recreation & Cemeteries

Date Submitted: 3/8/2022

Application Deadline: Open until filled

Position Title: Park Projects Manager

Job Description

  • Grade 20
  • Status: Full-Time
  • Hours Per Week: 40
  • Rate of Pay: $54,975.53 - $78,381.98 - Plus comprehensive benefits package

General Statement of Duties:

Develops, designs, coordinates and supervises public improvement projects; performs directly related work as required.

Distinguishing Features of the Class:

The principal function of an employee in this class is managerial level oversight in project management, maintenance and safety of the Parks, Recreation and Cemetery Division. The work is performed under the direct supervision of the Chief of Parks, Recreation & Cemetery or assigned supervisor but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgement and initiative. Supervision is exercised over other division personnel. The nature of the work performed requires that an employee in this class establish and maintain effective working relationships with the Board of Mayor and Aldermen, city employees, contractors, business and community organizations, other recreational jurisdictions, State and Federal officials, volunteer organizations and the public. The principal duties of this class are performed in a general office environment and/or park, recreation and cemetery environments with the potential for personal hazards.

Acceptable Experience and Training:

  • Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration, Landscape Architecture, Construction and/or Project Management, Civil Engineering, Parks & Recreation Management or related field; and
  • Considerable project management related experience with some supervisory experience; or
  • Any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform the work.
  • Required Special Qualifications:
  • On Call Status;
  • Valid New Hampshire Driver’s License;
  • PMP/CAPM Certification preferred.

Additional Experience/Information related to the position:

The Park Projects Manager will be an integral part of the Parks, Recreation & Cemetery executive management team. The individual in this position will be responsible for overseeing capital projects both large and small, coordinating public-private partnerships, and serving as a liaison with other City departments. Critical to this individual’s success will be the ability to develop budgets, to devise and implement project timelines, and to effectively manage consultants and contractors.

Apply on the City of Manchester website at:

Park Projects Manager - Dept. of Public Works.pdf

Assistant Camp Director - Exeter Parks & Recreation

Date Submitted: 02/24/2022

Application Deadline: 06/30/2022

Contact Name: Tara Barker

Contact Email:




Responsible for the daily operations, administration, supervision, and planning of the Town of Exeter’s Recreation & Parks Department –Summer Adventure Camp program. This includes working with participants of all ages, as well as supervising camp staff. Responsible for providing an environment that is safe, nurturing, healthy, educational and fun. Providing participants and staff with the opportunity to develop new skills and make positive contributions at camp and in the community. Position is a seasonal, full time, 40 hours per week position with some overtime required.

Duties include, but may not be limited to, the following:

  • Assists Camp Director with overseeing and implementing the total operation of the S.A.C. program.
  • Follow and enforce S.A.C. policies to ensure the safety and welfare of participants and staff.
  • Inspects facilities, equipment and programs for safety hazards; corrects improper or hazardous situations and reports conditions to facility contact, or Parks and Recreation staff.
  • Works with camp staff, plans and administers a diversified summer program for children grades 1-7 in sports, games, arts & crafts, and environmental appreciation.
  • Assigns, supervises, trains, and evaluates Summer Adventure Camp staff.
  • Works daily with and supports staff in leadership and personnel needs, balances relationships amongst staff and participants, and serves as a resource for S.A.C. staff.
  • Assists Camp Director with weekly staff meetings and assists in evaluation of camp staff.
  • Administers standard first aid and CPR as qualified in the event of injuries to participants and staff, and an emergency contact person when needed.
  • Supervises S.A.C. counselors effectively and positively, maintains schedule and communicates with parent(s)/guardian(s) when necessary about camp activities and camper(s).
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Graduate from an accredited college or university with a bachelor's degree in recreation, physical education, or related field including supervised field work or related experience in program leadership or teaching.
  • Valid driver’s license.
  • Certification in CPR and Standard First Aid or equivalent.


Camp Coordinator - Exeter Parks & Recreation

Date Submitted: 2/24/2022

Application Deadline: 6/30/2022

Contact Name: Tara Tara Barker

Contact Email:

Job Description



GENERAL DUTIES: Responsible for the operation of camp and the entire staff.

SPECIFIC DUTIES: The Camp Coordinator will be required to but not limited to:

  • 1. Offer a staff meeting once a week. Responsible for carrying out a meeting that incorporates strategies, problems, success stories, the staff manual, parent situation experience and organization.
  • 2. Be able and willing to perform all planning, meet all schedules, and make sure staff follows schedules provided.
  • 3. Motivate, anticipate, communicate, and demonstrate.
  • 4. Be organized and prepared.
  • 5. Always keep Administration informed of daily operations, situations and needs.
  • 6. See Camp Director or Recreation Coordinator if problems arise.
  • 7. Perform other duties as requested.
  • 8. Be responsible and mature in your comments. Maintain confidentiality with your staff, parents and campers.
  • 9. Provide the parents with an information letter on the first day of each session. Keep parents informed of changes.
  • 10. Must be CPR/First Aid certified.
  • 11. No week vacation, request for time off of more than 2 schedule days in a week requires approval prior to hire.
  • 12. Required to wear uniform.


Head Camp Counselor - Exeter Parks & Recreation

Submitted: 2/24/2022

Application Deadline: 6/30/2022

Contact Name: Tara Tara Barker

Contact Email:

Job Description



GENERAL DUTIES: The Head Counselor helps to plan and carry out the daily activities for their assigned grade. Head Counselors are responsible for coordinating specific activities for the camp while helping the Assistant and Camp Director in all facets of the day.

SPECIFIC DUTIES: In addition to carrying out the duties outlined in the Summer Counselor Job Description the Head Counselors will be required to:

  • 1. Supervise the S.A.C. counselors and Counselors in Training.
  • 2. Be able and willing to perform all of the duties of the S.A.C. Staff for each age group. Perform other duties as requested.
  • 3. Motivate, anticipate, communicate and demonstrate. Be a participant when necessary.
  • 4. Be well prepared.
  • 5. Always inform the Assistant and Camp Director of problems as they arise.
  • 6. Maintain confidentiality.
  • 7. Follow and enforce S.A.C. policies and procedures.
  • 8. Inform Supervisors when special supplies are needed in advance.
  • 9. Be responsible for checking with other counselors throughout the day to make sure they have everything they need, handle camper behavior issues, and communicate plans/updates.
  • 10. Must be CPR/First Aid certified.
  • 11. Required to wear a uniform.


Camp Counselor - Exeter Parks & Recreation

Date Submitted: 2/24/2022

Application Deadline: 6/30/2022

Contact Name: Tara Barker

Contact Email:

Job Description



GENERAL DUTIES: Works under the supervision of the Head Counselors to plan and execute all camp activities for their assigned age group.


  • 1. Assist your supervisor in organizing, promoting, leading, teaching and conducting camp activities.
  • 2. Enforcing the rules and regulations established by the EPRD to ensure the safety and welfare of participants
  • 3. Inspect facilities and equipment daily for hazards and unsafe conditions. Report problems to your supervisor.
  • 4. Report on activities, participants, plans, programs, and needs.
  • 5. Maintain confidentiality
  • 6. Attend staff meetings as required.
  • 7. Become acquainted with information and resources available to improve the program.
  • 8. Participate in all activities of the children under your care. This means participation in water activities, games, crafts and other activities.
  • 9. Perform set up, take down, and cleanup of all activities. This may involve cleaning bathrooms, picking up trash, and keeping supplies in an orderly fashion.
  • 10. Perform other related duties as required
  • 11. Must be CPR and First Aid certified
  • 12. Required to wear a uniform.

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