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Aquatic/Fitness Manager Needed

Looking to join the fun and creative staff of the Howell Area Parks & Recreation Authority?  We are currently searching for an Aquatics & Fitness Center Manager.  This position oversees plans and organizes Aquatic & Fitness programs and activities. This is a full-time position requiring some night and weekend hours depending on management needs.  If you are interested, please send your resume and cover letter and a completed application to the attention of Paul Rogers, Executive Director at progers@howellrecreation.orgApplicants should be ready to begin work on or before May 1, 2017.  A detailed job description can be found here.


Howell Recreation Summer Day Camp Counselors Needed

The Howell Area Parks & Recreation Authority is always looking for motivated, driven individuals to become Summer Day Camp Counselors.  Counselors will plan, organize, coordinate and help manage Summer Day Camp operations and programs.  Please download and fill out an application by clicking here, and submit it to Paul Rogers at tchurch@howellrecreation.org.  A detailed job description can be found here.


Aquatic Coordinator Needed

The Howell Area Parks & Recreation Authority is looking for a motivated, driven individual to become an Aquatic Coordinator.  Aquatic Coordinators oversee building usage of the Aquatic Center during normal office hours, answer phones, and take registrations.  Hours are flexible.  Please download and fill out an application by clicking here, and submit it to Paul Rogers at progers@howellrecreation.org.


Building/Site Coordinators Needed

The Howell Area Parks & Recreation Authority is always looking for motivated, driven individuals to become building coordinators who oversee building usage following normal office hours.  Please download and fill out an application by clicking here, and submit it to Paul Rogers at progers@howellrecreation.org.


Background Checks Required

Due to the nature of our work we require background checks on our instructors. We are an official member of the National Recreation and Park Association's Operation TLC2 Making Communities Safe. This is a national initiative to advance the leadership role of parks and recreation in their effort to make their communities safer by implementing national guidelines for properly qualifying and credentialing volunteers. The Howell Area Parks & Recreation Authority adopted a policy for our work force that can be downloaded by clicking here. Before each season begins, our coaches, instructors, and other volunteers will undergo a background check and then be issued a name bade that will expire in a year.