The City of Dubuque has operated under the Council/Manager form of government since 1920. Under this form, legislative responsibility rests with the City Council and administration authority is given to a professional City Manager.
The City Council is responsible for setting overall policies and goals for the City and is comprised of the Mayor and six members who are selected in a non-partisan election for four year terms. The Mayor is the chief elected official and formal representative of the City. The Mayor and two council members are elected atlarge and four council members are elected from one of four wards into which the City's thirty-one square miles are divided. Over twenty boards and commissions are appointed by the council to advise them on a wide range of city issues. The City Manager is responsible for the day-to-day operations of city government.
Departments include Airport. Community and Economic Development, Fire, Personnel, Building Safety, Health Services, Water Treatment and Water Pollution Control, Administrative Services, Library, Leisure Services, Planning Services, Police, Public Works and Transportation, Housing Services, Human Rights and Operations and Maintenance. The City of Dubuque employs 549 fulltime employees and has a combined operating and capital budget of $180 million.
|The Leisure Services Department offers an After School Volleyball program at public elementary schools on weekdays in the fall of the year. This program is held for ninety minutes immediately following school dismissal, 3:00 - 3:30 pm, for up to ten dates beginning late October and concluding late November. This introductory sport program serves boy's and girl's in 4th and 5th grade playing volleyball emphasizing fun and skill development. It is not a competitive program, with only the program ending date being matches played with another elementary school(s). All other dates are conducted at the school site the children attend|
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
|Teach the fundamentals of the sport of volleyball, including age specific modifications
Organize practices, skill development drills, scrimmages.
Communicate with After School Program supervisors at Recreation Division office, as needed.
Communicate with parents regarding program philosophy, schedule of practices, makeups and final interschool game event.
Responsible for school or department provided equipment needed to conduct practices and game
|Experience leading elementary school children in activities
Knowledge of sport basic skills and team concepts
Ability to communicate with children and adults effectively
Enthusiastic and reliable
|Pay rate is $25.00 - $35.00 per session. Up to ten sessions /dates are scheduled for each school.
Women, minorities, veterans and qualified persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
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