Employment

Contact:

City Hall
334-598-2345

       

Forms:

Employment Application (PDF Format)




Recreation Department

Director

 

 

 

Open: 11/18/19 until filled

Pay: Negotiable

 

Purpose of Job:

Under the general supervision of the Mayor, supervises recreation department employees,

organizes, directs, promotes, and conducts various recreation programs. The Director performs

related duties as necessary or as assigned.

 

Work Environment:

The physical demands and work environment described here are representative of those that

must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

Work is performed both in an office setting and at the sites of recreational activities. Includes

irregular hours during the evenings, weekends and holidays. Work occasionally requires

active participation in program activities, requiring varying degrees of physical exertion.

 

Work involves walking, talking, hearing, using hands to handle, feel or operate objects, tools, or

controls and reach with hands and arms. Vision abilities required by this job include close vision

and the ability to adjust focus and far vision to enable employee to observe programs and

participants from a distance. The employee may be required to push, pull, lift and/or carry up to 50 pounds. The noise level in the work environment is moderately quiet to moderately loud.

 

This position requires the use of a personal or city vehicle while conducting city business.

In order to operate a vehicle, individuals must be physically capable of operating the vehicles

safely and must possess and maintain an appropriate valid Alabama motor vehicle operator's

license.

 

Essential Duties:

A.         Researches, develops and administers a comprehensive recreation program.

B.         Performs a variety of administrative tasks including revising and/or developing policies

             and procedures related to facility use, instruction, budgeting, promotion, and

             programming.

C.         Develops and recommends short and long-range plans to enhance existing or create new

             programs and facilities.

 

D.         Develops program schedule, obtains facilities, and writes advertisements to publicize

             events.

E.         Creates revenue generating opportunities for programs and facilities.

F.         Hires, trains, supervise and evaluate the work of full and part-time employees and

             volunteers.

G.         Prepares and monitors budget.

H.        Implements the city's safety procedures for all programs and facilities

             including training, supervision and inspection of facilities.

I.           Plans and implements an on-going community relations and publicity program.

             Establishes contacts with various media sources. Prepares copy for flyers, newsletters,

             brochures and media releases.

J.          Evaluates recreation program goals and effectiveness. Records and analyzes statistical

             information used in evaluation programs.

K.         Coordinates recreation programs with programs offered by schools, community sports

             groups, special sports groups and agencies; coordinated planning and development

             activities with other agencies, private enterprises and jurisdictions.

L.         Oversees daily operation of recreation facilities.

M.        Researches, plans and implements special events and projects related to community

             recreation.

N.        Oversees maintenance of all recreation facility and fields.

O.        Attends recreation events as required to ensure smooth operation. Oversees the use,

             care and inventory of all recreation and concession supplies and equipment.                                                                     

P.         Responds to public inquiries in a courteous manner, providing information within the

             scope of knowledge or refers to appropriate individual.

Q.        Keep subordinates current through on-the-job training. Maintains safe working

             conditions, establishes procedures for good housekeeping and the use of safe work

             practices by subordinates.

The duties listed above are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the   position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position.

 

Employment Qualifications:

This position requires the use of a personal or city vehicle while conducting city business.

In order to operate a vehicle, individuals must be physically capable of operating the vehicles

safely, must possess and maintain personal insurance, and shall throughout the duration of their employment maintain an acceptable driving record.

 

All employees in this position will be required to pass drug testing and a new employee physical.

 

Working knowledge of municipal recreation; of related facilities and equipment; of management techniques pertinent to recreation services, including planning, scheduling, training, identification of budget needs and maintenance of budget controls.

 

Ability to supervise, evaluate and monitor staff; develop organize, coordinate, and evaluate

programs; interpret and implement city policies and procedures; develop and monitor program

budgets, maintaining required labor, material, and cost records; develop strong interpersonal

relationships with subordinates, peers, supervisors, the general public and others contacted in the course of work; and to understand, carry out, and issue clear oral and written instructions.

Any combination equivalent to experience and education that would likely provide the required

knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. Typically, the minimum education and experience

necessary would include: possession of a bachelor's degree in Recreation Administration, or

related field or five years of experience in public recreation.

 

Applications available at the Daleville City Hall

Monday-Friday

8am-12pm and 1pm-5pm

The City of Daleville is an Equal Opportunity Employer



Mechanic/Public Works Worker

City of Daleville

 

          GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION

                   Position includes mechanic and public works tasks when required.

                        Pay Negotiable

          MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

                 Perform scheduled maintenance on all city vehicles and equipment.

                 Purchase replacement parts as needed for repairs.

                 Replace parts on vehicles and equipment.

                 Perform road service as needed for all city vehicles and equipment.

                 Ensures all city vehicles remain operational.

          MINOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBIILITIES

                 Performs tasks and duties in all areas of Public Works.

                 Follow all safety practices and procedures.

                 Maintain a clean and organized work area.

          QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE JOB

                    Education:

                        High School Diploma or equivalent

                        Certification recommended not required.

                    Experience:

                        Five years of related mechanic experience

                    Other:

                        Valid driver's license required to be maintained

                        Pre-employment drug screen and physical required

          KEY COMPETENCES

                        Must be able to maintain detailed vehicle service records.

          PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

                      Able to stand, bend and stoop for prolonged periods.

                      Able to lift 50+ pounds.

 

Opening date: October 17, 2019 Position will remain open until filled.

Applications available at Daleville City Hall Monday-Friday, 8-12pm and 1-5pm.

The City of Daleville is an Equal Opportunity Employer.




 

The Department of Public Safety for the City of Daleville is now accepting applications for a full-time Police Officer.

 

Requirements:

·       APOST certified      

·       Must have a valid Alabama driver’s license

 

Starting pay is $12.00 per hour

 

Complete job description available at City Hall

 

Applications available at Daleville City Hall;

8am-12pm and 1pm-5pm

 

Position will remain open until filled.

 

Pre-employment screenings required.

 

The City of Daleville is an equal opportunity employer.

 


   
 


Hours:

Monday - Friday
8:00 AM-12:00 PM
1:00 PM-5:00 PM

     



 


CITY OF DALEVILLE ALABAMA
740 S. Daleville Ave * Daleville, Alabama 36322 * 334.598.2345


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