South Suburban Parks and Recreation has unveiled a new online careers section to help attract job seekers and promote districtwide open positions. South Suburban plans to hire about 500 additional …
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South Suburban Parks and Recreation has unveiled a new online careers section to help attract job seekers and promote districtwide open positions.
South Suburban plans to hire about 500 additional staff to perform duties throughout the district during the spring and summer seasons. Priority jobs to fill include cooks, servers, life guards, sports instructors and park maintenance positions.
The career site includes a welcome video by Rob Hanna, the district's executive director, along with staff testimonials, salient information about the district and ways that South Suburban invests in its employees.
Prospective employees can learn about perks unique to the parks and recreation industry, along with paid career certifications, continuing education and tuition reimbursement.
“The new site is attractive, user-friendly, and includes video employee profiles and testimonials, said Erich WonSavage, director of human resources. “It also provides key information that many job applicants are seeking.”
The district's top five or six pressing openings are highlighted by job title, with a link to all job openings. The careers tab is on the district's home page, ssprd.org. Or job seekers can visit http://careers.ssprd.org/.
In addition, all prospective employees are encouraged to attend the districtwide career fair from 2-7 p.m. March 15 at The Inn at Hudson Gardens, 6115 S. Santa Fe Drive, Littleton. Candidates will be interviewed and potentially offered a job on the spot.
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