Pay Rate: $12.77/hr.

Job Posting Closing on: Monday, May 17th, 2021

The City of Fort Worth is the 13th largest city in the U.S. and the fastest growing among large cities. Fort Worth has received multiple accolades, including number one Downtown (Livability), and the second-best City in the nation for Job Seekers (Forbes). Our employees serve the needs of over 800,000 residents. We are seeking individuals that reflect our values of exceptional customer experience, mutual respect, embracing our diversity, continuous improvement, ethical behavior, and accountability.

A Community Center Aide job is available with The City of Fort Worth Park & Recreation Department to assist with programs and activities at our Community Centers. Working evenings and weekends may be required.

Candidate may be hired to work for one of the below Community Center (CC) locations based on the need at the time of offer

  • Chisholm Trail CC
  • Hillside CC

Hours may be dependent on vacancy needed at the time of offer:

  • 20hr PT (.5) partial benefits
  • 29hr PT (.725) partial benefits

The Community Center Aide job responsibilities include:

  • Assist with coordinating and conducting programs and activities for participants of all ages.
  • Work the front desk as the first point of contact dealing with inquiries, taking registrations, checking members in to programs and selling memberships.
  • Perform a variety of facility upkeep duties including custodial and light maintenance work around the center.
  • Be responsible for working some evening and weekend hours.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • At least six months of experience in recreation or athletic services and programs
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Possess, or have the ability to obtain a CPR, First Aid, and AED certification during the first six months of employment

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bilingual English/Spanish speaking skills
  • Experience working with children ages 5 – 13
  • Customer service experience
  • Strong computer skills with knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel

Conditions of Employment

Candidates who do not meet the Education requirement, may be considered if they have more relevant work experience than the position requires. Those selected for employment will be required to pass Pre-Employment checks depending on the position requirements. Those could include, but are not limited to: criminal background check, drug screen, education verification, etc. Criminal convictions will be considered on a case by case basis. Employees are paid by direct deposit only. Equal Opportunity Employer.

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