Oklahoma City Parks Department Offers Spring and Summer Part-time Employment

Oklahoma City Parks Department Offers Spring and Summer Part-time Employment

Two of the most awaited seasons of the year are here! Spring and summer are many peoples’ favorite seasons because of the good weather and the chance to do more activities outside. Once outdoor activities begin to increase, there also becomes a need for help in making sure that public parks are well-maintained and supervised.

To increase its manpower during the peak seasons, the Oklahoma City Parks Department is offering part-time employment for seasonal jobs, such as lifeguards, recreation leaders, and ground maintenance workers.

Those who are interested in becoming a lifeguard will be assigned to the City’s pools and aquatic centers. Training will be available for a cost of $35 per person at the Foster Indoor Pool. Applicants must pass a qualifying test and be at least 15 years of age and 16 by the end of their training.

Recreation leaders will be assigned to supervise kids during summer programs held at the parks. They will help with games, sports, field trips, and art activities. The activities are normally scheduled on Mondays through Fridays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Applicants must be at least 16 years old with reliable transportation to and from work.

Park maintenance is crucial, and the department is looking to immediately hire ground maintenance crews. No prior experience is necessary. Applicants will be assigned to parks and public areas and will mow lawns, trim bushes, and pick up litter.

Cindy Daniel
Oklahoma City Real Estate


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