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Leisure Services Manager

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Job Order #: 6108793

NOC: 4167
Employer Name:
City Of Weyburn
Posted Date:
09-Feb-2024
Location:
WEYBURN
 
# of Positions:
1
Employment Terms:
Full Time
Apply By:
09-Mar-2024
How to Apply?:
Please submit your resumes and cover letters directly to Andrew Crowe, Director of Leisure Services at careers@weyburn.ca . The City of Weyburn thanks all applicants for their interest in this employment opportunity but only those applicants invited for an interview will be contacted.

Application Information

Employer Name:
City Of Weyburn
Contact Name:
Andrew Crowe
Contact Phone:
306-848-3200
Contact Email:
careers@weyburn.ca
Employer Website:
www.weyburn.ca


Description

**To view full posting please see www.weyburn.ca**

Reporting to the Director of Leisure Services, the Leisure Services Manager manages the Credit Union Spark Centre, Soo Line Historical Museum, Turner Curling Museum and Heritage Village programs and staff. The incumbent is responsible for operations involving the planning, coordinating, scheduling and the evaluation of a variety of programs. The Leisure Services Manager provides supervision and direction to a large staff comprised of full and part-time employees.  

Responsibilities:
    Act as a member of the Leisure Services Department leadership group assisting with strategic planning and priorities to ensure activities remain in alignment with City value statements.
    Plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate sport, culture and recreation-based programs and events and continually review and revise current programs based on season and identified needs of patrons and community trends.
    Provide technical and professional advice on sport, culture and recreation matters.
    Develop policies and procedures to implement programs.
    Develop strategic plans and negotiate contracts with patrons/user groups.
    Manage employee relations; motivate employees and work collaboratively with other departments.
    Perform regular safety inspections of facilities and equipment to reduce hazards and provide maximum safety to patrons.
    Manage volunteer and stakeholder relationships.
    Manage and maintain recreation management software for all facility scheduling, programs and events.
    Write and manage grant applications to secure funding.
    Set and monitor annual budget for department; ensure targets are met.
    Other duties as required.

Qualifications:
    Two year college diploma or degree in Recreation Management or extensive experience in a similar role.
    Two to three years program management experience.
    Two to three years experience in a supervisory role.

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