Community Center Aide

Neighborhood Services Department, Community Services Division is recruiting to hire a Community Center Aide to perform work assisting with programs and activities at the Northside Community Center. This position will be utilized to work with youth and adult programs. In addition, they will serve at the front desk, greet the public, answering phones and supervise children during after school, school breaks and summer programs. The Community Center Aide will be required to obtain ID cards, collect activity fees and issue receipts. This position will perform various maintenance and custodial duties, i.e. sweep, mop, wax, polish, scrub and vacuum floors and carpet; dust and polish furniture and counters; collect and remove trash; clean and maintain restroom facilities. This position is required to travel to and from various locations and work evening and weekend shifts.

The following education and/or experience are the minimum standards which provide the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities for this position:

High School Diploma or GED is required PLUS six months (1040 hours) experience in recreation or athletic services and programs. Some custodial experience is required.

Other Requirements:

Possession of a valid Texas Driver's License is required.

Possession of or the ability to obtain within first six months of employment, certifications in Adult and Child CPR/AED and First Aid are required.

Microsoft Word and Excel are required. A computer test will be given during the interview process.


Training and/or working experience with youth ages 5-13 leading activities in a recreational and educational environment is strongly preferred.

Bilingual skills, English/Spanish is preferred.

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