Summer Recreation Positions 2019

San Francisco/Peninsula
Until filled or until 100 applicants
$13.50-$21.84 Hourly

Please review the special instructions before applying for this job opportunity.


One Twin Pines Lane Belmont, 94002



The City of Belmont Parks & Recreation Department is recruiting for the position of Recreation Leaders for Summer 2019. If you are an energetic candidate, who has proven abilities to engage the youth and teen population and want to make a positive difference in their lives, this is the position for you!

Ideal Candidate

Recreation Leader Requirement 

• Must be available for paid training June 12 - June 15, 2019.

• Must be available for summer camp season June 17 - August 9, 2019.

• Camp closed July 4, 2019 for the Holiday.


Recreation leaders will

• Work with campers ages 4 ½ to 13 years of age.

• Lead games, songs, arts & crafts, sports, and large group projects all summer long.

• Participate in pre-summer training sessions, camp set-up and clean-up.

• Be outspoken, and demonstrate good role model to the staff and campers.

• Be able to work any assigned shift with varying hourly schedules (Monday-Friday).

• Be enthusiastic and enjoy working outdoors and being with children.

• Come with ideas for summer activities and a willingness to participate and lead activities.


Salary (depending on experience) and Hours:

Recreation Leader $13.50-$16.41

Recreation Specialist I $16.34-$19.86

Recreation Specialist II $17.97-$21.84 

This is a part-time position.  Hours will range from 19 to 35 hours per week with no weekend shifts.


Experience and Education

Knowledge of recreational activities, ability to interact effectively with children and youth, communicate and work effectively with staff and must be a reliable, productive team member.  Minimum of 15 years of age. 

Applicants must maintain a current CPR/AED and Basic First Aid Certification or the ability to obtain within the first month of employment.


This is a casual position without benefits.

Special Instructions

State of California law requires fingerprinting of potential employees and volunteers who will have direct contact with children prior to beginning employment. (Public Resource Code 5164)

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