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Robbinsdale is hiring a City Band Director. The Robbinsdale City Band is an all-volunteer community band that exists to share the joy of music with as wide an audience as possible. The band seeks to provide a musical performing outlet for its members and musical enjoyment and good-will for our audiences and community. The Band is supported by the City of Robbinsdale and donations. The Robbinsdale City Band Director will provide leadership, direction and perform various duties relating to the supervision of a community band. This includes coordinating band rehearsals, selecting appropriate music, scheduling performances, managing music resources, recruiting new members, retaining current members, budgeting, fund raising and public relations. Practices and performances are on Thursday evenings throughout the year. Position averages 5-10 hours per week. Starting salary range is $5000-6000 per year. This position reports to the Recreation Services Manager.
Robbinsdale is hiring Temporary Public Works Maintenance Employees. The City of Robbinsdale has multiple openings for the position of Temporary Public Works Maintenance Employee. Employees in these positions typically work 12-18 weeks for 40 hours per week. They perform maintenance of city facilities such as ball fields, mowing, cleaning of parks and building areas, as well as general repair and maintenance in streets such as blacktopping. The position starts at $13.50/hr and successful candidates must have valid Class D driver's license and satisfactory driving record. This position is open until filled.
Robbinsdale is hiring a part-time Liquor Store Clerk. The Liquor Store Clerk at Robbinsdale Wine & Spirits performs sales work, cashier transactions, stocking shelves, building displays and working the beer cooler. This position is open until filled. Starting hourly rate is $13.16. Increase to $13.42 per hour following successful completion of the first 6 months of employment. Work schedule is 15-25 hours per week
Robbinsdale is hiring multiple seasonal recreation positions:
Summer Programs Coordinator. They will assist the Recreation Supervisor with summer recreation programs. This will include providing leadership and supervision of various programs and special events. Duties include assisting with planning, promotion, staffing, evaluating and coordinating supplies and equipment. Must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff and general public. Flexible scheduling based on weekly schedule of activities and programs. Position could start in early May. Must have experience working with recreation programs. Salary range: $16-24 per hour based on qualifications.
Baseball Recreation Leaders. Leaders are responsible for supervising and instructing youth in baseball. Leaders are responsible for the overall safety of the participants in the programs. Program hours vary from 5-8:30 pm; Mondays through Thursdays. Individuals may be scheduled to work 4-15 hours per week, depending on the programs and program registrations. Additional hours available to assist with other programs on Fridays and possibly a few Saturdays. Positions will start the week of June 10 and end by August 7. Required training and orientation is scheduled during the first week. Leaders must be high school graduates, able to work outside and demonstrate ability to supervise and communicate with youth. Aide positions are available for individuals at least 14 years old. Prefer knowledge of baseball or softball skills, game strategies and good sportsmanship, but not required. Salary range is: $10-18 per hour based on qualifications/experience and responsibilities.
Recreation Leaders/Aides for Theme based Playground Program. Leaders are responsible for supervising and helping youth in various games, crafts and other activities based on a weekly theme, lesson plans provided. Leaders are also responsible for the overall safety of the participants. Program hours are 9 am-3:30 pm, Mondays through Thursdays and 9 am-12 pm on Fridays. Individuals may be scheduled to work only 2 days per week, depending on the programs and program registrations. Additional hours may be available to assist with special events. Positions will start the week of June 15 and end by August 7. Required training and orientation is scheduled for the week of June 8. Leaders must be high school graduates, able to work inside & outside and demonstrate ability to supervise and communicate with individuals of all ages. Must be creative and able to relate well to youth ages 4 to 11 years old. Aide positions are available for individuals at least 14 years old: $10. Leader/ Instructor (18 & older) salary range: $10-21 per hour based on qualifications/experience and responsibilities.
Summer Park Ambassador. Park Ambassadors supervise park facilities in a welcoming manner. Must be able to work independently and able to relate and interact with people of all ages. Must be able to establish and maintain effective public relations with park users. Scheduled hours would be based on weekly scheduled activities Monday-Friday evenings and weekends. Some positions may start in May. Must be at least 18 years old. Salary range: $12-18 per hour based on qualifications.
Current Volunteer Opportunities:
Deadline: Until Filled.
- There is currently one openings on the Senior Commission. The Commission evaluates and assess impact of current and proposed programs on seniors. All are At-Large appointments. Commission members must be Robbinsdale residents and be over 55 years of age. It is established by City Code section 320.03.
- There are currently three openings on the Charter Commission for At-Large Commissioners. The Charter Commission consists of a minimum of 7 members to a maximum of 15 members with staggered 4-year terms and has its basis in City Charter rather than City Ordinance. Members are appointed by Council Resolution recommending qualified voters of the City to the Chief Judge of Hennepin District Court who makes the final appointment. The Charter Commission is required to meet at least once per year, and must meet if requested to consider an amendment by Council Resolution or Petition of residents (equal to 15% of the votes cast at the last state general election in the City). For more information on the Charter Commission, go to www.robbinsdalemn.com/Charter.
Deadline: Until Filled.