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Part-Time Community Employment Opportunities

The Department of Recreation and Parks community offices regularly accept applications for employees who work on a part-time basis in the local communities assisting with recreation and nature programs.

Available jobs are listed below. To apply for these jobs, download, print and complete an application (PDF). Then return the completed application to the appropriate local community Recreation and Parks office listed below.

Activity Specialist I

  • Job definition: responsible for the planning and implementation of a specialized program in areas such as Therapeutic Recreation, arts, child care and nature.
  • Examples of duties: To plan and organize a program of activities for children, oversee the use of facilities, assist groups in planning and carrying out programs, meet with community citizens groups, supervise and train volunteers, see that the facility is maintained in a safe and satisfactory condition and that the program meets certification standards, prepare budget estimates, maintain and submit financial time and service records, and be available to staff, parents and children.
  • Hiring offices: Liberty Road

Recreation Leader I

  • Job definition: Under supervision is responsible for direct organization of a variety of activities, including but not limited to indoor and outdoor sports programs.
  • Examples of duties: organize and supervise various activities, oversee the use of facilities including regular maintenance of ball fields for sports leaders, assist groups in planning and carrying out programs, keep records, prepare publicity, meet with community citizens groups, supervise and train volunteer leaders and sports officials, see that the center is maintained in a safe and satisfactory condition, and perform other duties as assigned.
  • Hiring offices: Owings Mills, Loch Raven and Carroll Manor

Recreation Leader II

  • Job definition: Under supervision is responsible for the direct organization of a variety of recreation programs, including but not limited to after-school activities, fun centers, drop-ins and arts and crafts.
  • Examples of duties: organize, supervise and instruct a variety of social recreational activities, oversee the use of facilities, assist groups in planning and carrying out programs, keep records, prepare publicity, meet with community citizens groups, supervise and train volunteer leaders, see that the center is maintained in a safe and satisfactory condition, and perform other duties as assigned.
  • Hiring offices: Owings Mills, Loch Raven and Carroll Manor

Recreation Leader III

  • Job definition: Under supervision is responsible for the direct organization and leadership of a variety of recreation programs, including but not limited to teen centers, music, drama, tumbling, gymnastics and art.
  • Examples of duties: organize, supervise and instruct specialized programs of various age groups, oversee the use of facilities, assist groups in planning and carrying out programs, keep records, prepare publicity, meet with community citizens groups, supervise and train volunteer leaders, see that the center is maintained in a safe and satisfactory condition, and perform other duties as assigned.
  • Hiring offices: Loch Raven and Carroll Manor

Baltimore County Government Jobs

Full-time and part-time job opportunities with the Department of Recreation and Parks are listed through the County's Office of Human Resources. Apply online for the jobs featured and to see a full list of Baltimore County Government jobs.

Baltimore County Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 
Revised September 1, 2017         

 

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