Parks and Trails Maintenance Worker – Paterson, NJ

Parks and Trails Maintenance Worker

Alberta Recreation and Parks Association

Paterson, NJ


Parks and Trails Maintenance Worker

Town of Gibbons

Posted Date:
February 10, 2023

Closing Date:
March 26, 2023


Eric Paterson

Job Description

Job Description:
Maintaining parks such as: green spaces, ball diamonds, soccer fields, river valley paths, & playgrounds for the town. Attending daily, weekly, & monthly meetings with the Public Works department as well as inter departmental meetings in relation to parks.

Key Responsibilities:
• Duties can include but is not limited to: ball diamond/soccer field grooming, mowing green space grass, assist in inspecting playground equipment, river valley path inspections
• Communicate efficiently with various groups such as: children, youth, parent/guardian, town staff, partners, residents, and the surrounding community
• Work alongside other summer program staff and town staff to solve problems, share resources, and coordinate tasks.
• Participate in team building environment and responding to program inquiries and concerns
• Use digital tools and applications to organize information and communicate information like statistics and reports to supervisors
• Maintain a proper inventory of program supplies, materials, and equipment
• Follow all health and safety procedures as directed at all levels of government (municipal, provincial, and federal)
• Evaluate and identifying areas of success and areas for improvement and make recommendations for the following year

• Grade 12 Diploma by the end of June 2023
• Class 5 driver’s license
• Completion or enrolment in a post secondary education program such as Parks, Recreation, or in an applicable diploma/degree program would be considered an asset
• Standard First Aid, and CPR Level C or the willingness to obtain

Full-Time Seasonal position: 37.5 hours a week / Start Date: Start of May. Apply with both a Resume and a Cover Letter, clearly stating which job(s) you are applying for

Applicants must be eligible for the Canada Summer Jobs Program funded by the Government of Canada. Eligibility requirements include: must be between 15-30 years of age at the beginning of the employment period and legally entitled to work in Canada. International students are not eligible.


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