Learn about employment opportunities and help us to provide services in the City’s parks.
- 1824 Principal Administrative Analyst
- 3422 Park Section Supervisor (Citywide)
- 3417 Gardener
- 3410 Apprentice Gardner
- 3283 Recreation Specialist (After School Programs)
- 3283 Recreation Specialist (Teen Musical Theater)
- 3283 Recreation Specialist (Therapeutic and Inclusive Recreation)
- 3283 Recreation Specialist (Youth Sports & Outdoor Extreme Sports)
- 3286 Recreation Coordinator
- 3289 Recreation Supervisor
- 3286 Recreation Coordinator
- 2650 Assistant Cook
- 2654 Cook
- 2656 Chef
- 3264 Camp Assistant
- 3279 Recreation Leader
- 9910 Public Service Trainee (Workreation)
- 3436 Arborist Technician Supervisor I
- 3208 Pool Lifeguard
This apprenticeship program is a public / private partnership between the City and County of San Francisco, the Northern California District Council of Laborers, the Department of Apprenticeship Standards of the State of California, San Francisco City College, the Mayors' Office of Economic and Workforce Development, the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department and Laborers', Local 261. It is a State of California certified program through the Department of Industrial Relations' Division of Apprenticeship Standards.
Successful participants will complete no less than 4000 hours of supervised on-the-job training in the field in addition to successful completion of 5 horticulture courses: including OH 50 Introduction to Horticulture, OH 76/77 Plant Identification Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter. All courses and instruction are provided by the City College of San Francisco's Department of Horticulture and Floristry. All classroom instruction is in addition to work hours and unpaid.
Candidates for this apprenticeship must possess a superior work ethic, the desire to work with and for the public at large, the ability to follow directives and complete assigned tasks, a professional appearance, attention to detail and the ability to work alone and in groups. Their focus should be towards stewardship of the land and its resources, preservation and improvement of the City and County parks and green spaces, sustainability and leaving a lasting legacy.
The inaugural class of 10 apprentices was launched December 13th 2010 at the Recreation and Park Department. This Apprenticeship Program is based out of Golden Gate Park and works Monday through Friday from 7:00AM to 3:30PM. The apprentices work a 40 hour week with a starting wage of $16.39 per hour. Raises are given at 5% increments per 500 hours worked, with a maximum rate of $23.83 per hour. Apprentices agree to be available to work all days and hours based on department need and assignment. Availability and attendance of night classes at the City College of San Francisco is also required.
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Please send all inquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org
John R. Raulli
Director of Apprenticeship
LiUNA!, Local 261/SFRPD
SF Rec and Park is looking for a few good GreenAgers
What is a greenager?
The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department's GreenAgers Program is part of our Youth Stewardship Program, which offers teens like you the chance to play an important role in helping our communities and improving our city's green spaces. GreenAgers take field trips to different parks and open spaces around the city, meet with Rec and Park staff, research issues they are interested in, and use parks and open spaces to create projects based on what they find. Participants will meet and work with teens their own age and gain crucial skills in leading workshops, networking, public speaking, teamwork, environmental education and community engagement.
Who can be a greenager?
The GreenAgers Program is looking for a diverse group of FRESHMEN and SOPHOMORES who live or attend high schools in the following San Francisco neighborhoods: Bayview, Bayview Heights, Crocker Amazon, Excelsior, Hunters Point, Mission Terrace, Outer Mission, Portola, Silver Terrace, and Visitacion Valley; and are willing to:
- meet every 1st, 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month from (8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.) for nine months
- advance skills in leadership, networking, teamwork and work experience
- interact with the community, park staff and other students to research and voice issues in the southeast community
- work in parks, outdoor open spaces, and recreation centers, earn $100 a month, and have fun!
- Applications must be received no later than March 16, 2012 @ 4PM
- Final Decisions will be made by March 23, 2012
- Orientation Overnight (tentative): April 14-April 15, 2012
- Program End Date: December 8, 2012
Please print in ink or type. Send completed applications to David Chang no later than 4 p.m. on March 16, 2012, using one of the following methods:
- fax: (415) 831-2096
- email: email@example.com
- in person/post: Attn. Kimberly Kiefer, 501 Stanyan St., San Francisco, CA 94117
After you have completed the application and have sent it to one of the above locations by no later than MARCH 16, 2012, at 4 p.m., we will call you for an interview based on your eligibility into the program.