|LAKE EOLA SUPERVISOR|
|Middle Management/Professional/NM AD|
|Performs responsible administrative and supervisory work involving the operation of Lake Eola Park and Orlando Festival Parks. Primary duties include supervising routine patrol operations; coordinating and scheduling various events; promoting facility usage; inspecting facility and enforcing rules; researching and implementing special park activities; monitoring and reporting collection of revenues; preparing reports; administering various contracts; and participating in program budget development and administration. Work is performed under general supervision of the Parks and Special Facilities Assistant Bureau Chief and performance is reviewed through conferences, evaluation of reports submitted, condition of facility and reactions of the public. Work is performed outdoors and employees may be exposed to adverse weather conditions and insects|
|Coordinates the scheduling of Lake Eola and Orlando Festival Parks Events, and maintains calendar of events; consults with prospective facility users regarding fees, park rules, and related matters; responsible for collection of fees, preparation, and submission of cash reports.
Reviews daily inspection reports and coordinates maintenance and/or repairs with different Bureau's.
Provides instruction and training to employees regarding park rules, regulations, work procedures, equipment operation and safety practices.
Responds to citizen complaints/inquiries and initiates corrective action as needed; keeps managers apprised of unusual situations and results of actions taken.
Participates in the development and administration of annual operating budget.
Compiles information regarding activities, facility usage, revenues received, etc., and prepares periodic and special reports as needed. Prepares weekly payroll.
Plans, organizes, schedules, and assigns work to employees engaged in routine patrol enforcement; sound technicians, light technicians, stage hands for the amphitheater; park managers for Orlando Festival Park and volunteers as needed.
Performs other related duties as needed to facilitate the accomplishment of program goals.
Supervises the daily activities of park services specialists engaged in park security enforcement, visitor information and activities. This includes approximately 48 acres of park and facilities, including 1,000 seats in amphitheater.
Inspects facility prior to, during, and upon completion of events to ensure facility is clean, user requirements met, and prevent vandalism and other damage to facility.
|Thorough knowledge of programming requirements for various facility activities/ events.
Knowledge of Florida flora and fauna with the ability to identify native plants.
Knowledge of techniques used to conduct community surveys, develop and promote recreation activities.
Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with the general public, and representatives of local business and social organizations.
Ability to develop and administer annual operating budgets.
Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing.
Ability to plans, assign and review the work of others.
Ability to plan, promote, coordinate, and supervise varied events.
Ability to interpret and enforce rules governing facility usage.
Ability to operate personal computer.
|Bachelors degree in Recreation, Leisure Services, or related field and one (1) year of experience supervising park operations and maintenance; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Florida Driver's License required prior to employment.|