Employment Opportunities

Welcome to the main employment page for North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District. Please check here for interviewing opportunities and job openings.

MISSION STATEMENT
To enrich community vitality and promote healthy living through parks and recreation.

NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY
Consistent with the policy of Clackamas County, North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District (NCPRD) is committed to compliance with all state and federal non-discrimination directives, including Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Americans with Disabilities Act Title II. No person shall be excluded from participation, be denied benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program or activity, regardless of funding source, on the grounds of race, color, national origin, limited English proficiency, age, disability, religion, marital status, sex, gender, sexual orientation, or source of income. In addition, NCPRD shall make every effort to identify and address disproportionately high and adverse human health or environmental effects of NCPRD’s programs, policies and activities on minority populations, and low-income populations.

CURRENT OPENINGS:

PROGRAM MONITOR – HOOPERS BASKETBALL
North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District (NCPRD) Sports division has openings for reliable, hard-working and enthusiastic part-time employees to join our Hoopers Basketball staff. The Hoopers Basketball program is a recreational basketball program that is open to boys and girls grades K-12. Program Monitors will be responsible for opening, closing and monitoring activities during our weekly practices and Saturday & Sunday games. The Hoopers season runs January – March. Practices and games will take place at North Clackamas School District and Parks and Recreation District gyms.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Opening and closing North Clackamas School District facilities in addition to monitoring Hoopers program activities during weeknight practices and weekend games and tournament.
  • Communicating and enforcing permitted use of all facilities to the appropriate users.
  • Setting-up and taking down equipment for practices, games and tournaments including raising/lowering basketball hoops, prepping bleachers and setting up chairs.
  • Distribution of program equipment including basketballs, pennies, cones and first aid.
  • Instructing volunteers on use of scoreboard and program rules.
  • Enforcing and explaining NCPRD facility use rules, policies and procedures to spectators and participants to ensure a safe and enjoyable recreational environment for all.
  • Completing reports regarding daily activity, accidents and incidents that occur at each facility during hours of program operation.
  • General maintenance during program events including facility condition and safety checks, picking up and emptying trash and monitoring restrooms to ensure cleanliness and supplies are stocked.
  • Representing NCPRD Sports and Hoopers Basketball in a professional manner at all times.

Program monitors enjoy a flexible work schedule: Weeknights 4:30-10pm, Saturdays: 8am-1:30pm or 1:15-6:30 pm, Sundays: 11:30am-7pm.  Candidates must be available the entire length of the program (January – March) and attend required trainings and meetings.  Estimated weekly work hours are 20-25.  Compensation starts at $14.00 per hour, depending on experience and qualifications.

If interested apply online at Indeed.com (https://www.indeed.com/cmp/North-Clackamas-Parks-and-Recreation/jobs) or email your resume to Josh Brandl, jbrandl@NCPRD.com. Please ensure you include the position title – Program Monitor in the subject line of your email.

PROGRAM REFEREE – HOOPERS BASKETBALL
North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District’s Hoopers Basketball program is a recreational basketball league that is open to boys and girls grades K-12.  Program Referees will officiate games for the Second to Eight Grade Division.  All games take place at North Clackamas School District or Parks District gyms. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Referee basketball games fairly and efficiently utilizing established league rules.
  • Work cohesively with Head Referee and other program staff to ensure a great experience for the players and coaches within the program.
  • Establish positive working relationships with participants, and coaches.
  • Communicate all issues and concerns to Head Referee so they can be noted on the Staff Report.
  • Setting-up and taking down equipment for practices and games including raising/lowering basketball hoops, prepping bleachers and setting up chairs.
  • Distribution of program equipment including basketballs, pennies, cones and first aid.
  • Enforcing and explaining NCPRD facility use rules, policies and procedures to spectators and participants to ensure a safe and enjoyable recreational environment for all.
  • General maintenance during program events including facility condition and safety checks, picking up, emptying trash, and monitoring restrooms to ensure cleanliness and supplies are stocked.
  • Representing NCPRD Sports and Hoopers Basketball in a professional manner at all times.

Prior basketball or basketball officiating experience would be preferable, but not required.  Training will be provided for all new referees. All new referees will be required to attend all pre-season meetings and training sessions.  Candidates must be age 14 and older and available to work all Saturdays starting with 1/8 – 3/12.  Additional hours available on weeknights will be 4:30-9pm and Saturday work hours will be between 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM.  Compensation is $14-$20.

If interested apply online at Indeed.com (https://www.indeed.com/cmp/North-Clackamas-Parks-and-Recreation/jobs) or email your resume to Josh Brandl, jbrandl@NCPRD.com. Please ensure you include the position title – Program Referee in the subject line of your email.

HEAD REFEREE / PROGRAM MONITOR – HOOPERS BASKETBALL
North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District has an immediate need for reliable, hard-working, competent part-time employee. NCPRD Sports division is currently hiring Hoopers Basketball Head Referee to train, mentor and evaluate NCPRD Hoopers Basketball league referees at North Clackamas School District or Parks District gyms.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Leading training including rules specific to NCPRD Leagues.
  • Completing referee evaluations and reports as requested by Program Coordinator and Assignor.
  • Evaluate and provide feedback to referees on areas when they can improve.
  • Providing mentorship for new referees.
  • Taking directions from league administration.
  • Setting-up and taking down equipment for practices and games including raising/lowering basketball hoops, prepping bleachers and setting up chairs.
  • Distribution of program equipment including basketballs, pennies, cones and first aid.
  • Enforcing and explaining NCPRD facility use rules, policies and procedures to spectators and participants to ensure a safe and enjoyable recreational environment for all.
  • General maintenance during program events including facility condition and safety checks, picking up, emptying trash, and monitoring restrooms to ensure cleanliness and supplies are stocked.
  • Representing NCPRD Sports and Hoopers Basketball in a professional manner at all times.

Must be able to work evenings and weekends.  Up to 15 hours per week depending on program schedules.  Prior basketball officiating experience would be preferable, but not required.  Candidates must be age 18 and older and available to work Saturdays starting with 1/8 – 3/12.  Compensation starts at $14.78, depending on experience and qualifications.

If interested apply online at Indeed.com (https://www.indeed.com/cmp/North-Clackamas-Parks-and-Recreation/jobs) or email your resume to Josh Brandl, jbrandl@NCPRD.com. Please ensure you include the position title – Head Referee and Program Monitor in the subject line of your email.

COACH COORDINATOR – HOOPERS BASKETBALL
North Clackamas Clackamas Parks and Recreation District (NCPRD) Sports division has an opening for reliable, hard-working and enthusiastic part-time employee to join our Hoopers Admin Team.  Primary Responsibilities of the Hoopers Coach Coordinator is to recruit, assign, monitor, support, communicate with and be a direct liaison to the volunteer coaches.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Recruit Volunteer Coaches for assigned divisions.
  • Communicate by phone, email and in person with volunteers.
  • Outline league expectations with volunteers and spectators.
  • Lead team formation for assigned divisions.
  • Prepare and execute Coaches Meeting.
  • Observe and provide support to coaches through practice and game observations
  • Respond to parents concerns regarding volunteers and program with support from Program Coordinator.
  • Troubleshoot facility and customer problems.
  • Communicate and/or seek resolution for issues and concerns that arise with volunteers
  • Enforcing and explaining NCPRD facility use rules, policies and procedures to coaches, spectators and participants to ensure a safe and enjoyable recreational environment for all.

Coach Coordinator must be available to work evenings and weekends. Saturday and Sunday hours will vary depending upon assigned division program schedules.  Estimated weekly work hours are 20 – 30, September – March.  Starting at $14.78 per hour.  Increased wage is dependent on experience.

If interested apply online at Indeed.com (https://www.indeed.com/cmp/North-Clackamas-Parks-and-Recreation/jobs) or email your resume to Josh Brandl, jbrandl@NCPRD.com. Please ensure you include the position title – Coach Coordinator in the subject line of your email.

GROUNDSKEEPER/LANDSCAPER
North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District has immediate openings for multiple Seasonal Groundskeepers. Work schedules available are Monday through Thursday or Thursday through Sunday. Position length is up to 40 hrs a week for up to 6 months. Duties are, but not limited to, mowing, edging, trash removal, leaf blowing and assisting in repairs and maintenance of park facilities and equipment. Janitorial work includes sweeping, moping, litter pick up, trash removal, general disinfecting of restrooms. Must be able to lift 100 pounds and work in all types of weather. On-site training will be provided. Must have a valid driver’s license. Mandatory pre-employment drug screening, background check and physical capacity test. Applications available at 6199 SE Lake Rd, Milwaukie OR 97222, or click here to download an application. Call with questions at 503-794-8030.

  • Open until filled
  • Full time/Temporary
  • $15/hour
  • Learn more about this position and apply online at Indeed.com or contact the NCPRD Maintenance Office at 503-794-8030 to pick up an application in person.

Please check the Clackamas County Jobs page for more opportunities.