Job Announcement – Recreation Supervisor 2018 Internal AnnoucementApply for Jobs

You have a variety of options for completing a job application for Bismarck Parks and Recreation District.

  1. Fillable PDF: The fillable PDF application can be found below.
    1. Use only the latest version of Adobe Reader to complete the fillable PDF app. Macintosh and Windows versions of the free Adobe Reader are available from Adobe at
    2. Avoid completing the form online within your web browser using a built-in PDF viewer, or by using MAC Preview (Macintosh OS). Information can be lost using these methods.
    3. Email it to or deliver it to the Park District as listed above.
    4. Note: On page 3 of the application the signature, date and SSN are required to be completed in person during the interview. Do not send your SSN through email.
  2. Paper Copy: Paper applications are available at our office at 400 East Front Avenue, Bismarck, ND 58504.
  3. Equal Opportunity Employer

Job Openings

Full-Time Employment Opportunities

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Position Number of Hours Information Contact Person
Activity Centers Up to 40
daytime hours
Planning and supervising activities for K-5 children.

Cindy Gums, 222-6771
Facility attendants and/or front desk staff Hours vary
  • Recreation Attendants at World War Memorial Building
  • Facility Attendants at VFW Sports Center and Capital Ice Complex
  • Ice Arenas: Mike Wald, 221-6814
  • World War Memorial Building: Jeremy Dykstra, 222-6641
Facility Attendant/Golf Shop and Golf Course Maintenance Hours vary Riverwood
Tom O’Leary
Riverwood: Tim Doppler, 222-6462
Group Fitness Instructors Water Aerobics Instructors Linsay Berg, 751-4271
Lifeguard and/or swimming lesson instructor, BSC Aquatic & Wellness Center, indoor Hours vary,
based on availability
Must be Lifeguard/First Aid/CPR/AED certified – the Park District offers these courses to become certified. Jahna Gardiner, 751-4270
Operations general maintenance Up to 40
weather dependent
Open positions include: Mower Operators, Park Maintenance, Athletic Field Maintenance, Landscape Workers and Spray Applicators.

  • Parks: Tony Schmitt, 222-6464
  • Sports Complexes: Riley Merkel, 222-6464
Safety Village Up to 35
daytime hours
Teaching 5-6 year olds about safety.

Cindy Gums, 222-6771
Sport coaches
and officials – baseball/softball, soccer, volleyball, & tennis instructors
  • Youth Baseball/Softball & Soccer: Jeremy Dykstra, 222-6641
  • Youth Volleyball: RaNae Jochim, 222-6455
  • Youth Tennis: Rod Morasch, 221-6855