What makes me stay at the Parks Department was the inspiration of the job that I was doing. Cleaning it’s one of my favorites things to do. Seen howcan me and coworkers an keep a parks that’s bi enough clean at all time is priceless. Another thing that makes me stay is the different opportunities they ave for us like finish your HS diploma if you didn’t get it.They lso help you with getting differents kind of training and the hep you to get your driver license as well. If I get th opportunity to work with them again I will take it
#Indianapolis, IN - Indy Parks now hiring for summer jobs! Indy Parks just opened its summer application process.
"Our lifeguards start at $12 an hour, our day camp counselors start at $10 an hour, our cashiers start at $10 an hour and there are some bumps and bonuses for those who stick with us," - Linda Broadfoot, Director, Indy Parks
Indy Parks encourages teenagers to apply now especially if they are interested in working as a lifeguard for the city.
Applications NOW being accepted! Apply online today at https://www.governmentjobs.com
Newington, CT - Newington’s Parks and Rec Dept. is hiring seasonal park staff for the fall and part-time groundskeepers/cemetery workers/gardeners to work August-November .
Park staffs’ tasks will include the use of hand tools, power equipment, string trimmers, leaf blowers, and mowers. Park staff will also be required to pick up litter at the parks and assist in athletic field maintenance.
Applicants must be at least 18-years-old with a valid Connecticut driver’s license.
All applicants must fill out a Town of Newington employment application, which is available at www.newingtonct.gov or at the Newington Parks and Recreation office at 131 Cedar St, Newington, CT 06111.
For more information call the Newington Parks and Recreation Office at 860-665-8666.
I love working for parks@ rec because I used to be on a swimming team and Junior guards of beaches and harbor.out of high school I was able to take the lifeguard exam. So I was a life guard from 1999-2007. I liked to preform duties as a swimming instructor, I liked the tower as well since I was able to to watch the swimmers at the pool.
I would rescue drowning swimmers.
I have rescued some swimmers and felt pride and joy that I have done the best I could and it was enough. I liked the feeling the community gave me of knowing they felt safe.
the experience of the working environment was friendly and felt secure. I had to resigned and say good bye in 2007 over family issues that needed my attention, but would like to return to my tower.