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Philadelphia Parks & Recreation is now hiring for eight fun seasonal and summer jobs. Spend the season with Parks & Rec, at a pool, summer camp, or in the park. We offer flexible hours and an opportunity to give back to your community.

Which job is best for you? Check them out below, and apply today! 

Lifeguard: Spend your summer on the pool deck, keeping swimmers safe and engaging your community. Parks & Rec will train you, and will cover lifeguard certification fees for anyone ages 16-24.

  • Pay range: $14.74 – $16.97/hr 
  • Hours: Up to 35 hours a week
  • Start: June 28, 2021
  • Ends: mid-late August 2021
  • Start the process today.

Pool Maintenance Attendant: Be part of the team working around the clock to keep public pools safe, clean, and ready to use. 

Recreation Program Assistant: Work at various recreation centers in a specified area of the city to provide summer programming support to site supervisors. Transportation not provided.

Camp Counselor: Work at a neighborhood day camp, organizing safe, fun activities for young people ages 6 -12. 

Seasonal Park Ranger: Spend your summer in nature, greeting park visitors, and educating them about park rules. Rangers observe park conditions to address or report maintenance needs. 

Seasonal Maintenance Attendant: Take care of Philadelphia’s neighborhood parks doing turf and grounds maintenance work. Join the team ensuring parks and recreation grounds are always clean, well maintained and ready for visitors.

Literacy Associate: Spend your summer encouraging a love of playful learning in Philadelphia youth! Candidates will plan and schedule literacy-based recreational activities at Parks & Rec day camps. 

PlayMobile Associate: Drive a PlayMobile full of playful learning tools for children to various PlayStreets blocks and set up playful learning pop-up recreation activities. Valid PA drivers license required.

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