|BARGAINING / NON-BARGAINING||Non-Bargaining|
|DIVISION||Venues Parks and Arts|
|REPORTS TO||Supervisor-Special Events|
|SCHEDULE||29 hours per week. Schedule may vary including nights and weekends based on departmental needs.|
Provides administrative support for the Supervisor-Special Events. Responsible for the operation and execution of special events in the manager’s absence to include but not limited to: supervising staff, serving as liaison to events, operating equipment, ensuring policies and procedures are being followed, overseeing the use of park and facilities requests from outside organizations.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
NON-ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
|POSITION REQUIREMENTS||EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor’s Degree in Parks & Recreation, Event Planning, closely related field, or equivalent experience.
• Minimum three years’ experience in field desired.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES PREFERRED
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
The employee is occasionally required to walk; use hands to fingers, handle or feel objects, tools or controls; and reach with hands and arms. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required in this job include vision and the ability to adjust focus.
|REQUIRED||Pre-employment drug screen|
|ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION||
South Bend is the economic, educational, media, and cultural hub of a multi-county region spanning the Michigan-Indiana border. It’s the fourth-largest city in Indiana with over 100,000 residents. South Bend’s flourishing collegiate community and burgeoning tech industry have built upon the foundation of the city’s industrial past to create a vibrant present and a promising future. The city’s 14 institutions of higher learning, including the internationally renowned University of Notre Dame, infuse South Bend with creative energy in the arts, business, and technology. Combined with recent economic growth, strong neighborhoods, an affordable cost of living, exciting recreational opportunities, and thriving arts venues make South Bend a fabulous place to live, work, and, play.
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