Batting Cage/Field Supervisor II
Company: Government jobs
Location: Commerce City
Posted on: January 26, 2023
Under general supervision of the Athletic Supervisor, the Batting
Cage/Field Supervisor will assist in planning, organizing,
promoting and supervising the batting cages. Will be the onsite
field rentals supervisor for baseball, softball, soccer, football
programs and tournaments, special events and various other duties.
Weekend and evening hours will be scheduled. Essential Duties &
- Performs a variety of tasks to assist in the coordination,
development and implementation of the batting cages, field rentals,
services, and resources for the Recreation Department.
- Participates in the recommendation and evaluation of
improvements to the batting cages and athletic fields that will
assist to provide maximum enjoyment for all the participants.
- Provide exceptional customer service.
- Provide supervision at program facility sites.
- Ensure all facilities and playing surfaces are in safe and
- Assist with facility operations; locks, gates, lights, bases,
- Ensures facilities and equipment are left in a secure condition
by closing and locking all gates, windows, doors, and setting
- Creates bi-weekly staff schedule for the batting cages.
- Ability to communicate effectively with employees and various
facility users to establish and maintain effective working
- Instruct renters on scoreboard operations.
- Performs maintenance at the batting cages, daily, weekly,
monthly, as needed.
- Assist with the recruitment and supervision of part-time staff
for the batting cages.
- Answers telephone calls on batting cages, provides information
- Assist with ensuring the safety of participants as well as
employees. Handles emergency or crisis situations, may be required
to perform emergency care.
- Maintain cleanliness and organization at batting cages.
- Maintains discipline and assists with handling comments or
concerns from the public.
- Performs other routine functions and special assignments as
directed by the Recreation Supervisor.
- Prepares reports as needed.
- Responsible for inventory of the batting cages.
- Drives City vehicle.
- Must comply with City and departmental rules, regulations,
policies, and procedures.
Performs other duties as assigned
- Must have a valid Colorado Driver's License.
- Must be a minimum of 18 years of age.
- Previous customer service experience preferred.
- Previous experience of batting cage operations is a plus.
- Previous experience as a field/gym supervisor is a plus.
- Extensive comprehension of the adult sports programs is a
- Previous cash handling experience preferred.
- Experience in telephone courtesy.
- CPR and First Aid Certification are preferred, required within
three months of hire.
- Concussion Training preferred required within three months of
- Minimal error tolerance when handling cash transactions.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Comprehensive knowledge of batting cages and athletic
- Thorough knowledge of the policies, procedures and activities
of the Parks and Recreation Department as they pertain to the
performance of the duties of the Batting Cage/Field
- Proven ability to lead, organize, and supervise both staff and
- Must be highly motivated, professional and have the capacity to
take direction successfully.
- Ability to comprehend, interpret and apply regulations,
procedures, and related information.
- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, respond calmly and
professionally to stressful or emergency situations.
- Well-developed customer service and public relations
- Ability to effectively communicate with the public and pass
along general information.
- Ability to speak and/or signal people to convey or exchange
information. Includes receiving of information or assignments from
- Capable of speaking with poise, clarity and confidence.
- Ability to effectively communicate with various age
- Capacity to form independent judgments and decision-making
within established policy.
- Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short
correspondence, and memos.
- Ability to write simple correspondence.
- Ability to work effectively with diverse people.
- Ability to work successfully in a team-oriented atmosphere with
an emphasis on effective communication and cooperation.
- Ability to learn current policies and procedures.
- Ability to carry out assigned tasks proficiently. Good conflict
- Detail oriented, flexible and well organized.
- Must be willing to work evenings, weekends and holidays.
- Ability to substitute for other team members when necessary and
work special events.
Equipment Used, Work Environment and Physical Activities
- Office equipment: Daily use of telephone, calculator, copier,
fax and printer
- Computer equipment: Daily use of a personal computer, Microsoft
Word and Excel, ActiveNet software
- Other equipment: Sports equipment; Computers; Television;
Gaming stations; First aid supplies; Camera; City Vehicles
- Language skills: Reads and interprets documents, instructions,
and manuals; in written material, uses proper spelling, grammar and
style; presents information and responds to questions individually
and in small groups
- Mathematical skills: Basic mathematical skills to perform
moderately complex calculations including percentages and
- Reasoning ability: Interprets instructions in written, oral,
diagram, or schedule format; solves practical problems with little
standardization and a variety of concrete variables
- Physical activities: May need to provide support of partial
body weight for program participants needing assistance; physical
coordination for demonstration of activities; bending, stooping,
squatting, walking standing throughout shift
- Lifting: Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs.
- Vision and hearing: Ability to read a variety of documents and
reports such as budget reports, certifications,
complaint/compliment forms, various invoices/packing slips, job
lists, refund requests, telephone messages, letters and memoranda;
ability to deliver information in a teaching or instruction
- Exposure to environmental conditions: Works in various
recreational settings where exposure to any of the following may be
- Noise - sufficient noise to cause distraction or possible
- Atmospheric conditions - conditions that affect the skin or
- Potential exposure to hot and humid work environmentReasonable
accommodation may be made to individuals with disabilities for the
essential functions of the job.
NOTE: This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list
of all responsibilities and qualifications. Employees are
accountable for all duties associated with this position.
The City of Commerce City is an equal opportunity employer.
Recreation Center Membership: Employees are eligible for a
membership to the Commerce City Recreation Center for $5.00 per
Golf Course Green Fees: Employees can play the City's award-winning
Buffalo Run Golf Course at a rate of $9.00 for 9-holes or $18.00
for 18-holes. Employees can also purchase golf merchandise at
Benefits: The city monitors the hours worked for seasonal and
variable hour employees. In the event that they work more than
1,560 hours within the ACA measurement period, they will be offered
Wellness: Employees are eligible to earn up to $100 for
participation in various wellness activities offered by the City
throughout the year.
Eligibility for Pay Increases: Employees are eligible for a pay
increase around the time of their annual appraisal following a
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