The Springfield-Greene County Park Board is seeking an enthusiastic, dedicated, sports-minded individual to be the next Community Recreation Supervisor at Cooper Tennis Complex.
Day-to-day: -Assists with the daily operation of the Cooper Tennis Complex. -Front desk operation, membership sales and retention. -Collaborates with colleagues to develop programs and community outreach. -Recruits, hires and trains staff. -Assists with programs, leagues and tournaments, and assists with budget oversight and monitoring of revenue and expenditures.
About the Community Tennis Section Named the 2016 USTA Outstanding Tennis Facility, Cooper Tennis Complex offers tennis lessons and leagues for all ages. The complex includes 12 indoor courts, 17 outdoor lighted courts including a 2,500-seat Stadium Court, and is the home of the Springfield Lasers Pro Tennis Team. Cooper Tennis Complex is home to high school tennis, collegiate teams, and the Greater Springfield Community Sports Development Tennis Program. The complex hosts a wide range of annual USTA events, including 10 and under events and USTA-sanctioned tournaments, as well as numerous other state and regional tournaments. It was named the 2000 USTA Outstanding Tennis Facility and the 2006 USTA Missouri Valley Section Facility of the Year. There are 16 other local parks hosting over 45 public courts across the Springfield community.
Benefits include: Generous paid leave Paid pension retirement Paid health insurance and MUCH MORE!
Experience, Education, and Training
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in Recreation, Physical Education, Business Administration, or a closely related area;
Directly related experience in developing and supervising recreational programs may be substituted for the formal education requirement on a year-for-year basis;
Experience must be commensurate with specialty program area required for current vacancy.
If operating a motor vehicle for the purpose of completing job duties, must possess a valid driver's license;
Certified Parks & Recreation Professional (CPRP);
(USPTR) United States Professional Tennis Registry, or (USPTA) United States Professional Tennis Association Certification;
For more information on essential functions and other requirements, please see the job description.
The Springfield-Greene County Park Board strives to provide the very best in parks and recreation facilities, programs, events, and services to our community. In doing so, we will make a positive impact on the overall quality of life, health, environmental, social, and economic aspects for our resident families and visitors alike. Our Park Board and has been the recipient of the National Recreation and Park Association's Gold Medal Award and is proud to be accredited. Most recently, our Park Board was inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame.
You may learn more about our department at http://www.parkboard.org.