Seattle Parks and Recreation, in partnership with the Associated Recreation Council and 37 citywide advisory councils, is now accepting employment applications for various summer programs.
Temporary positions are available at 24 community centers, eight indoor swimming pools, two outdoor pools, two small craft centers and many public beaches and wading pools. To find information on the current available summer program opportunities and positions, take a look through the 2015 Summer Recreation Employment brochure. If you need more information regarding the programs or positions, please inquire with the appropriate contact person for the program in which you are interested.
For more general information on aquatics employment, visit the Aquatics Employment and Training webpage.
Seattle University has honored Seattle City Light with their Employer of the Year Award for 2014.
Over the past year, the City Light’s talent and workforce development teams have increased engagement with Seattle University through career fairs, internship fairs, resume reviews, and mock interviews.
In addition, City Light employees have served on the Economics Advisory Board and the Mechanical Engineering Advisory Board, participated in Business and Engineering School projects, and presented during job search intensive workshops for seniors.
City Light hires multiple Seattle University students and alumni in internship, temporary and full time positions.
City Light staff will accept the Employer of the Year Award at the Seattle University’s Internship Fair on Feb. 5.