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||Parks and Recreation/Aquatics
|Posting Closed Date
||Aquatics - Administrative Coordinator
|Summary of Duties
||Under the supervisor of an Aquatic Services Supervisor, the Administrative coordinator is responsible financial procedures at aquatic facilities.
- To have at all times current: Standard First Aid w/ CPR C & Vulnerable Persons Police Screening
- To be knowledgeable of, and to enforce, all City of London Policies and other relevant legislation, including but not limited to health regulations, cash handling, computer and telephone usage, etc.
- To provide ongoing staff development including continuous support and feedback of job performance, personal and professional goal setting.
- To ensure accurate, timely and complete submission of all forms and records including but not limited to financial, statistical and administrative information.
- To attend and participate in all pre-season training sessions.
- To ensure cash is handled in an appropriate a manner, secured at all times and that the appropriate hand off forms are filled out.
- To be accountable for statistic tracking for all outdoor pools, daily, weekly and aft/evening tracking.
- To work no more than 40 hours per week and to present the appropriate Supervisor with weekly work plan.
- To submit all requests for time off directly to the Manager of Aquatic Services.
- To be responsible for all supplies and inventory relating to programs, administrative, safety, etc.
- To act as a resource for all staff in assigned area.
- To address, and report to management, all disciplinary issues involving the public or staff.
- To be a representative of the City of London and maintain a professional image at all times.
- To be in uniform at all times - City of London issue when appropriate or business attire.
- To conduct research and other projects as assigned.
- To complete a final report.
- Other duties as assigned.
||$13.25 per hour
Duration and hours may vary depending on length of season and daily weather conditions.
must apply online (www.london.ca/mycareer
) with a resume, cover letter and required qualifications.
All qualifications required for the position must be included with the application. Copies of permanent cards are preferred however temporary cards that are within 3 months of the certification date are acceptable. If you have not yet taken the required course but will be certified before summer, please provide proof of enrolment in the course. i.e. receipt.
Police Vulnerable Sector Check (PVSC)-
all successful applicants will be required to obtain this check prior
to starting employment however it is not required at the time of interview. Staff will not be permitted to work without this document.
who submitted a PVSC in summer 2012 or after may be required to fill out an Offence Declaration form. This will be indicated in your offer of employment. Electronic copies of this form can be found at www.london.ca/mycareer
under the ‘Notices’ section on the right-hand side.
If a PVSC was not submitted since summer 2011, you will be required to submit a new one conducted in the past six (6) months. It can take up to 2 months to complete this process so please plan accordingly.
Please name uploaded documents (resume, etc.) starting with Last Name, then First Name.
The Corporation of the City of London strives to foster a workplace in which all individuals maximize their potential, regardless of their differences. We are committed to attracting, engaging, developing and celebrating exceptional people in public service who are representative of our community.
The City of London is also committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs. Accommodation may be provided in all parts of the hiring process.