West St. Paul Minnesota
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Seasonal Warming House Attendant
at West St. Paul Minnesota
- Position Summary
The Warming House Attendant will represent the City of West St. Paul and is responsible for the warming house and surrounding ice rinks during hours of operation. This position may include maintaining the ice which includes flooding. The Attendant will maintain a safe, clean environment during each shift. Warming House Attendant is a seasonal position; dates and hours of employment are subject to seasonal warming house / rink operation requirements; performs related duties as assigned. Typical season is December 15th - February 15th but could vary due to the weather.
- Primary Duties
- Opens and closes warming house buildings and surrounding ice rinks.
- Maintains rink and grounds cleanliness including mopping, sweeping, trash removal and recycling, warming house and bathroom sanitation; recycles materials; performs snow and ice removal of public walks and driveways.
- Provides excellent customer service to rink patrons; enforces facility rules and regulations.
- Shares information about and promotes Parks and Recreation resources and programs.
- Uses basic first aid procedures to assist injured facility users.Contacts EMS as needed.
- Creates a positive and fun recreation atmosphere in the park.
- Performs other duties as may be assigned by the Recreation Supervisory Staff.
- Works independently to solve problems and respond to issues quickly and safely; contacts supervisors for emergencies.
- Maintains proper documentation for all accidents and incidents.
- Minimum and Preferred Qualifications
- Must be 16 years of age or older.
- Ability to work independently and make responsible decisions according to established procedures.
- Must be pleasant, energetic, self-motivated and action-oriented in maintaining a safe and clean warming house environment.
- Must be able to provide fun and friendly customer relations and to promote the City of West St. Paul and our Park System.
- Must be able to work evenings, weekends, and school release days.
- Must be able to work 10-25 hours per week; hours may vary.
- Experience in leadership or customer service.
- Certification in First Aid preferred.
- Essential Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Working knowledge of park and recreation resources and programs.
- Ability to sit, stand and walk. Handles or operates objects, tools,or equipment. Reaches with hands or arms. Perform light to moderately heavy physical labor including climbing and balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching and crawling, lifting, carrying, pushing, and/or pulling and shoveling moderately heavy objects and materials (20-50 pounds).
- Ability to work both indoors and outdoors and be exposed to weather extremes such as wind, sun, cold, and ice.
- Ability to negotiate uneven, slippery and snow/ice packed terrain.
- Ability to write legibly and prepare reports.