The Facility Supervisor is a part-time, non-exempt position, with flexible hours (4 – 19 hours per week) including mornings, afternoons, evenings and weekends. The position is responsible for monitoring the City’s Civic and Community Centers, ensuring patron safety and the security of the facilities before/after activities and scheduled events and overseeing participants in the City’s Open Gym Program.
Works a flexible schedule;
Follows scheduled events calendar and is present in the facility during activities;
Monitors doors/locks and ensures rooms/facilities are available and set up prior to event or tenant arriving;
Moves and stores furniture or equipment following events or meetings;
Monitors and supervises events at the facilities;
Attends and observes the Open Gym Program and participants, ensuring compliance with Open Gym rules;
Ensures facility rooms are in acceptable condition prior to tenant leaving the facility, obtains tenant signature at conclusion of event;
Inspects and locks facilities at conclusion of events and ensures participants have exited the facility;
Communicates with Facility Manager on a consistent basis regarding scheduling, conflicts, public relations or facility concerns;
Conducts regular walk through of facilities, visually monitoring facilities’ maintenance needs, safety and security;
Resolves conflicts with patrons in a professional manner and communicates concerns to Facility Manager;
Performs light housekeeping duties;
Enforces applicable rules and regulations of the facilities;
Interacts with event supervisors and participants in a polite/professional manner;
Responds quickly and follows protocol in emergency situations.
A high school diploma or GED;
Valid Kansas driver’s license;
At least 18 years of age, 21 years of age preferred;
Complete or obtain training/certifications in CPR and AED, First Aid, Blood Borne Pathogen, Building and Physical Premises Safety, Emergency Preparedness, Child Safe and/or Boundary Invasion Training;
Must successfully complete background investigation upon hire and annually including Child Abuse and Neglect Registry, and authorization by licensing agency that disciplinary action has not been taken for child abuse, neglect or exploitation or conviction of any child-related crimes;
Experience preferred but not required
Salary range begins at $10/hr to $13.50/hr. Starting wage is dependent on qualifications. Positions open until filled.
Complete our online application and upload your cover letter and resume here or
Send completed application, cover letter, and resume to:
City of Spring Hill
401 N. Madison St.
P.O. Box 424
Spring Hill, KS 66083 firstname.lastname@example.org