City of San Clemente

The beautiful southern California community of San Clemente has 4.7 miles of stunning beaches and great surf that draw visitors on a year-round basis. The city is a family-oriented community of more than 65,500 residents and encompasses 18.5 square miles. The most southern city in Orange County, San Clemente is located midway between Los Angeles and San Diego, just north of the undeveloped lands of Camp Pendleton.

As San Clemente has grown in population, it has held steadfast to its heritage as the Spanish Village by the Sea. What was once a small residential village tied to its historical setting as an outpost along El Camino Real, San Clemente has matured into a diverse, full-service suburban community.

With its natural beauty and outstanding amenities, San Clemente maintains an exceptional quality of life for its vibrant and engaged citizenry. The city offers a unique blend of community events, performing arts, recreational activities, award-winning schools, and excellent business opportunities. Listed in the Top 100 Safest Cities, San Clemente enjoys quality public safety as well as parks and recreation services. San Clemente provides its residents and visitors with a variety of retail shopping experiences and services; including the historic, pedestrian-friendly downtown, Avenida Del Mar, along with the Pier Bowl area that is part of a picturesque city-maintained beach trail.

While San Clemente reflects a relaxed beach environment and atmosphere, there is also a culture of strong civic awareness. San Clemente residents are bright and highly involved, which leads to an enhanced sense of community, and a higher standard for development, historic preservation, and urban design.

With its world-renowned surf breaks, San Clemente is also a premier surfing destination. This coastal jewel has family-friendly beaches, a network of pedestrian and bicycle trails, rugged hills and canyons, clean air, and a mild Mediterranean climate that enhances the community’s distinctive seaside lifestyle.

2 job(s) at City of San Clemente

CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE, CA San Clemente, California, United States
Mar 26, 2024
Part Time
Description The City of San Clemente is seeking service oriented individuals for the position of Golf Course Marshal at the City owned and operated San Clemente Municipal Golf Course. Golf Course Marshals assist golfers with the rules and etiquette of play at our scenic, family friendly championship 18-hole golf course. DEFINITION The Course Marshal at San Clemente Municipal Golf Club monitors pace of play and enforces rules and etiquette to provide the best experience to our guests. The Marshal is responsible for keeping groups on pace relative to the City’s pace of play policy. The Marshal will have the authority to request that groups play faster or allow groups to play through when necessary. The Marshal will also respond to and resolve inquiries and complaints from golf course customers and act as a liaison between the golf course pro shop and the golf course maintenance team. Note: Part time hourly positions are filled as needed. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and qualifying candidates will be interviewed and considered for employment on a "first come-first served" basis. Candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. SUPERVISION RECEIVED Receives general supervision from supervisory or management staff. Essential Functions Essential responsibilities and duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Responsible for maintaining a reasonable pace of play on the golf course. Communicate with golf operations staff. Assist with course maintenance (when able to) fill divots, rake bunkers etc. Assist with the sanitization and security of public restrooms located on golf course. Assists with trash removal on golf course and around clubhouse area. Friendly and sociable disposition. Responsible for informing players of course conditions, and local rules. Responds to and resolve concerns that arise from golf course visitors and address neighborhood concerns related to golf course use. Assist with special events and golf tournament set up. Typical Qualifications Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Knowledge of: Regulations, policies, and procedures governing golf course activities. Customer service techniques. Conflict resolution techniques. English usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation. Maintenance activities related to a municipal golf course. Recreation activities and rules, policies, and procedures governing same. Defensive driving practices and techniques. The game of golf. Ability to: Respond to requests and inquiries from the general public. Understand and follow oral and written instructions. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Provide basic golf course maintenance. Work independently in the absence of constant, direct supervision. Effectively apply rules and regulations governing Municipal golf activities. Safely operate a city vehicle and/or golf cart. Highly Desirable: Ideal candidates should have good knowledge of the game of golf and should know the basics of a golf course. Can work a flexible schedule with early morning or later evening hours including weekends and holidays. The San Clemente Municipal Golf Course's summer hours are 6:00am until 8:00pm. Experience: Experience explaining and applying rules, regulations, and policies is preferred, but not required. Conversant with the game of golf and the rules that apply. Education: Equivalent to the completion of the twelfth grade. License or Certificate: Possession of a current, valid California Class C driver's license. WORKING CONDITIONS Positions primarily work in an outdoor setting and are subject to noise, heat, cold, and inclement weather conditions. Must be able to stand or sit for extended periods of time, with frequent bending, turning, kneeling and stooping. This position may be exposed to the following on a daily basis: herbicides and fertilizers; misdirected golf balls; sharp and rapid equipment movements, moving mechanical parts. Positions in the classification work evenings, weekends, and holidays as required. Supplemental Information APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCEDURE All applicants must submit a completed City of San Clemente application form and supplemental questionnaire in order to be considered. Applications will not be accepted by fax or email. Applications must be submitted via the City's web site at http://san-clemente.org/jobs . All properly completed applications will be reviewed, and the most appropriately qualified individuals will be invited to continue in the selection process. Examinations for the position may consist of any combination of written, performance, or oral exams to evaluate the applicant's skill, training, and experience. Prior to employment, the prospective candidate must successfully complete a background review, medical examination, including drug screen, and be fingerprinted, all at City expense. If selected, written identification showing entitlement to legally work in the United States will be required. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, gender, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, or age. In accordance with the ADA, candidates that require accommodation to perform the tasks of this position should contact Human Resources to inform them of the accommodation requested. NOTE: The provisions of this bulletin do not constitute an express or implied contract and any provisions contained herein may be modified or revoked without notice. Each part-time employee will be enrolled in a 457 PTS Deferred Compensation plan based upon 7.5% of gross pay with costs being shared equally by the employee and the City. Beginning January 1, 2024, part-time employees will be provided 40 hours of paid sick leave each year. Hourly part-time employees are limited to working no more than 960 hours per fiscal year, and are provided hours as-needed by the Department.
CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE, CA San Clemente, California, United States
Mar 08, 2024
Part Time
Description To perform a variety of tasks in support of recreation and leisure service programs; and to promote community involvement in recreational programs; monitor activities within the recreational facility; provide information to the public on recreational activities; maintain records on activities. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS Recreation Leader I This is the entry level class in the Recreation Leader series. This class is distinguished from the Recreation Leader II by the performance of the more routine tasks and duties assigned to positions within the series. Since this class is typically used as a training class, employees may have only limited or no directly related work experience. Recreation Leader II This is the second level class within the Recreation Leader series. Employees within this class are distinguished from the Recreation Leader I by the performance of the full range of duties as assigned and by the level of experience attained. Employees at this level receive only occasional instruction or assistance as new or unusual situations arise and are fully aware of the operating procedures and policies of the work unit. Incumbents at this level may oversee the work of lower-level recreation staff. Positions in this class are flexibly staffed and are normally filled by advancement from the I level or must have prior experience when filled from the outside. Recreation Leader III This class is distinguished from the Recreation Leader I/II by the performance of the full range of duties as assigned and by the level of experience. Employees at this level will have an assigned area of focus. They will receive only occasional instruction or assistance as new or unusual situations arise and are fully aware of the operating procedures and policies of the work unit. Positions in this class are flexibly staffed with program planning time and program oversite time. This position is normally filled by advancement from the I/II level or based on prior experience. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Recreation Leader I Receives immediate supervision from higher level supervisory staff. Recreation Leader II Receives general supervision from higher level supervisory staff and lead direction from Recreation Leader III. May exercise functional or technical supervision over lower-level staff. Essential Functions Essential and other important responsibilities and duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Recreation Leader I: Assist staff in implementing various recreational activities, including but not limited to sports leagues, children and adult programs, and citywide special events. Lead games and crafts; supervise children; enforce safety rules and guidelines. Monitor activities within the recreational facility; provide information to the public on recreational activities; maintain records on activities (e.g., attendance, incident reports, class lists, registration). Assist in creating displays and advertisements for events. Respond to and resolve parent, school or community concerns and issues; interact with customers during special events and activities; direct to higher level staff, as necessary. Assist in the general cleaning and upkeep of facilities. Assist with community events, general programs, and facility rentals; sets up and takes down tables, chairs, and equipment for classes, activities, events, and meetings. Provide basic facility maintenance. Perform related duties and responsibilities as required. Recreation Leader II: Includes all duties listed for Recreation Leader I. Collect fees for various activities; receive and process payments; operate the cash register input data into the computer; and provide receipts; balance and reconcile cash drawer. Assist in planning and conducting community events, general programs, and facility rentals; sets up and takes down tables, chairs, and equipment for classes, activities, events, and meetings. Typical Qualifications Recreation Leader I Knowledge of : Rules and regulations of various sports activities. Modern office procedures, methods, and computer equipment. Basic mathematical principles. English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Basic first aid. Ability to : Learn recreation activities, rules, and regulations. Respond to requests and inquiries from the general public. Understand and follow oral and written instructions. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Maintain effective audio/visual discrimination and perception to the degree necessary for the successful performance of assigned duties. Maintain mental capacity which allows for effective interaction and communication with others. Recreation Leader II In addition to the qualifications for Recreation Leader I: Knowledge of : General recreation principles and practices. Basic first aid and CPR. Techniques of various arts and crafts. Principles and procedures of record keeping. Ability to : Oversee the work of lower-level staff. Maintain accurate records. Work independently in the absence of supervision. Supplemental Information Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Recreation Leader I Experience : No experience is required. Training : Equivalent to the completion of the twelfth grade. Special Requirements: Must be at least 16 years of age and be able to provide a work permit if you have not completed high school or the equivalent and are under age 18. Recreation Leader II In addition to the qualifications for Recreation Leader I: Experience: Increasingly responsible recreational or cultural program implementation experience. Each part-time employee will be enrolled in a 457 PTS Deferred Compensation plan based upon 7.5% of gross pay with costs being shared equally by the employee and the City. Beginning January 1, 2024, part-time employees will be provided 40 hours of paid sick leave each year. Hourly part-time employees are limited to working no more than 960 hours per fiscal year, and are provided hours as-needed by the Department. Closing Date/Time: Continuous