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City of Pueblo Seasonal Books in the Park Leader in United States

Seasonal Books in the Park Leader

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Seasonal Books in the Park Leader


$15.00 - $16.60 Hourly


Pueblo, CO

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Job Number



Parks & Recreation

Opening Date


Closing Date

7/31/2024 11:59 PM Mountain

  • Description

  • Benefits


This is a non-exempt, temporary, part-time position, limited to 1300 hours annually, under supervision of the Recreation Supervisor and/or Coordinator. Recreation Leaders are responsible for all participants in a program area and the implementation of all activities at the site assigned to include, but not limited to enforcing rules and leading staff while engaging and interacting with the public to create a fun structured environment.

This job description is an overview and is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all the functions and tasks required for the position.


  • Responsible for planning and implementation of weekly program of activities

  • Direct supervision of all staff at site – includes daily guidance and evaluations

  • Appropriate management of all children/youth and adults

  • Facilitation of activities for all groups

  • Establish a positive rapport with all participants/parents in program

  • Attend all staff meetings and training sessions, including any state-mandated courses

  • Responsible for effectively handling all emergency incidents that occur, using mature, sound judgment

  • Ensure adequate communication with staff/supervisor/parents and participants


  • Responsible for maintaining current records and data on participants and employees

  • Responsible for maintaining equipment and supplies and tracking inventories

  • Maintains cleanliness of equipment and locations

  • Perform related duties and responsibilities as required

  • May perform the duties of similar classifications at an equal or lower pay grade

Physical Standards:

  • Ability to stand, walk, and engage in physical activities for extended periods

  • Must have the ability to lift and move equipment and supplies weighing up to 30 pounds with or without accommodation

  • Adequate vision and hearing to supervise activities and respond to safety concerns

  • Proficient use of hands for handling equipment and maintaining locations

  • Commitment to adhering to safety protocols and wearing appropriate attire and gear


  • Knowledge of operations, services, and activities of an assigned program area

  • Knowledge of recreation and youth/teen/adult programming

  • Knowledge of appropriate staff supervision skills

  • Knowledge of group management techniques

  • Ability to oversee, coordinate and implement programs in assigned locations

  • Ability to implement goals and objectives for providing services

  • Ability to provide lead direction to program participants and staff

  • Ability to evaluate and recommend programs that meet community needs

  • Ability to interpret and apply rules and regulations in assigned program locations

  • Ability to ensure program compliance with mandated City policies, procedures, rules and regulations

  • Ability to work successfully with and provide good customer service to supervisors, other City employees, the public and other agencies and organizations

  • The individual must be willing and able to work a flexible schedule which may include mornings, nights, weekdays, weekends, and holidays


In addition to the knowledge, skills, and abilities listed above, this position requires the following:

  • Must be at least 18 years of age by date of hire

  • Must submit to and pass a pre-employment background check

  • A high school diploma or equivalent is required

  • At least one year experience in recreation setting

  • CPR and First Aid Certificate preferred


This position involves regular exposure to noise, inclement weather, temperature extremes, and extended direct expose to the sun.

Due to Federal and State Criminal Justice System access requirements, classifications that access and maintain criminal justice information may also be required, as a condition of employment, to not have been convicted of and/or have pending charges of a felony or misdemeanor crime that would deny or otherwise restrict access to criminal justice information. This requirement applies to all existing City employees as well as external candidates seeking to fill positions that meet the given criteria.


The City of Pueblo offers a very rich benefits packet! Click on the “Benefits” hyperlink at the top of this (online) job posting to view a summary of the benefits associated with this position. For a more comprehensive view on the lush benefits offered by the City, please go to

Benefits Package for Temporary/Seasonal Positions

Because of its reduced schedule, temporary and seasonal employment with the City gives you the time to maintain a quality work/life balance and offers the following benefits:

As a PERA ( member you contribute a percentage of every check to PERA in exchange for a lifetime defined benefit, or pension.

City of Pueblo Temporary and Seasonal Employee Sick Leave Benefits

Beginning January 1, 2021, all employers in Colorado are required to provide paid sick leave to employees under the Healthy Families and Workplaces Act (“HFWA”). Said leave is accrued at one hour of paid sick leave for every 30 hours worked, up to a maximum of 48 hours.

Per the Act, leave may be used for any of the following reasons:

  • The employee has a mental or physical illness, injury, or health condition; needs a medical diagnosis, care, or treatment related to such illness, injury, or condition; or needs to obtain preventive medical care.

  • The employee needs to care for a family member who has a mental or physical illness, injury, or health condition; needs a medical diagnosis, care, or treatment related to such illness, injury, or condition; or needs to obtain preventive medical care.

  • The employee or family member has been the victim of domestic abuse, sexual assault, or harassment and needs to be absent from work for purposes related to such crime; or

  • A public official has ordered the closure of the school or place of care of the employee's child or of the employee's place of business due to a public health emergency, necessitating the employee's absence from work.

    Consistent with the HWFA, part-time temporary and seasonal employees of the City shall not carry forward more than forty-eight (48) hours of unused sick leave from one year to the next.

    Pueblo Municipal Code 6-6-5.5, 6-6-5 and 6-6-6

City employment as a temporary or seasonal employee means that the most you can expect to work is 1300 hours in a calendar year. Depending on the work schedule required by the hiring department, this means more time to spend with your family and/or doing other activities.


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301 West B Street Pueblo, Colorado, 81003