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Tuesday, April 26, 2022 at 3:49 p.m.
SPOKANE – With the grass starting to green up, the trees starting to leaf out, and pool weather just around the corner, City of Spokane Parks & Recreation is on the last big push to round out the seasonal workforce to help maintain parks and facilities, support recreation programs, and get pools ready to open for another free swim season.
Current positions include:
Multiple seasonal positions are available across the organization with competitive wages ranging from $15 - $22 per hour depending on job specification and prior experience. Seasonal employees working 30 hours or more per week are eligible for medical benefits.
“Just like much of the country, we’re struggling to hire the support we need,” said City of Spokane Parks & Recreation director Garett Jones. “Our temporary-seasonal staff are the backbone of our organization – they keep our parks clean and green, our restrooms and attractions open, our pools safe, and recreation programs enjoyable and accessible for all. I started with Parks & Recreation as a temp-seasonal; these jobs are not only valuable to the community, but can also lead to an amazing career.”
Those interested in a seasonal position with Parks & Recreation can view job descriptions and apply at spokaneparks.org/jobs.
About City of Spokane Parks & Recreation
City of Spokane Parks and Recreation stewards nearly 120 properties across 4,000 acres of park land, including manicured parks, natural lands, aquatic centers, golf courses, sports complexes, and an arboretum. We also offer hundreds of recreation opportunities for all ages and abilities to improve the health and quality of life for our community. Enjoy all your city has to offer by visiting spokaneparks.org. Follow us @SpokaneParks on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.