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Seattle Parks and Recreation Hiring for Multiple Recreation Positions 

Join our Virtual Hiring Event on August 3 to Learn More! 

Seattle Parks and Recreation, in partnership with the Associated Recreation Council (ARC), is hiring for multiple part-time and full-time positions in our Recreation Division. Join us on Thursday, August 3 at 11a.m. for a virtual Recreation Careers and Hiring Event to learn more about open positions, how to apply, and why working with Seattle Parks and Recreation is a rewarding and meaningful career. The hiring event will include a Q&A session with Recreation staff who can help answer your questions about specific jobs, what it’s like working for the City, and more. This event is FREE and open to all, and an ASL interpreter will be provided. 

Register for the virtual Hiring Event, Q&A, and meet our awesome staff:  

Featured jobs that we will talk about during the event include: 

  • Recreation Leaders are the conductors of our Community Centers, Teen Life Centers, and other programs! They engage with community members through various activities and services that our programs offer. 
  • Recreation Center Assistant Coordinators are the composers of our Community Centers! They are responsible for planning, developing, and coordinating a broad spectrum of activities and programs for all ages.  
  • Family Resource Educators are the plugs for our community. They support families in finding solutions for challenges or barriers to their child’s full participation in high quality preschool programs to help improve overall child outcomes.  

Recreation staff provide essential services to community across 25 Community Centers, 3 Teen Life Centers, 2 Environmental Learning Centers, dozens of childcare programs, 10 pools, and hundreds of recreational programs. Parks and Recreation professionals play important roles in creating friendly and welcoming spaces for all Seattleites. From helping members of the public register for classes or pay for pool admission, distributing healthy meals to children in parks, leading recreational programs for community members of all ages, or engaging the public in different languages to promote healthy lifestyles. 

If you or someone you know loves working with people and is looking for a fun and meaningful job, please apply today and share these opportunities with your networks. Many critical programs that provide community with safe, healthy, and meaningful experiences will not be possible if we cannot fill positions.   

Seattle Parks and Recreation encourages people of all backgrounds to apply, including people of color, immigrants, women, LGBTQIA+, people with disabilities, veterans, and those with diverse life experiences.   

Visit to apply.