Recreation Assistant, NF-II (Bowling Center)
Duties & Responsibilities:
Performs and/or assists in the operation and maintenance of the Bowling Center. Inspects facilities to determine need for maintenance and repair. Reports an discrepancies to Civil Engineering for repairs. Logs such requests in facility log book. uses point-of-sale computer system to order supplies and inventory, to include snack bar food products. Conducts inventory of snack bar, pro shop, supplies and equipment, inputs data into point-of-sale computer system, and completes blanket purchase agreements (BPAs) as needed. Completes receiving reports for all goods received. Compiles and consolidates daily cash reports, prepares deposit, and submits paperwork (hard copy or electronic) as required. Works behind control counter serving customers in the snack bar, pro shop, and bowling operation. Assigns lanes to be used, operates control console, rents shoes, and sells items in the pro shop. Demonstrates and instructs participants on the proper use of equipment and provides guidance and instruction on bowling techniques. Informs supervisor of equipment malfunctions as well as other items needing maintenance or repair. May supervise, lead, oversee and/or coordinate the daily activities of other employees engaged in the performance of their duties. Assists in advertising and recruiting participants for leagues, tournaments, special events, and open play activities. May be required to schedule and administer these activities in the capacity of league secretary or tournament director. Insures activities are properly scheduled, facilities are set up, and rules and regulations are observed. Opens and closes the bowling facility as required. Complies with Federal and State Dram Shop statutes. Performs other duties as assigned.
Must have experience which provides a basic knowledge and understanding of bowling center operations including the rules related to bowling and organization of leagues and tournaments. Must have a working knowledge of bowling machinery and equipment and bowling lane care. Must have experience in the receipt, disbursement, examination, deposit or other processing of cash items when this includes direct handling of cash items, and use of cash accountability control methods. Must have ability to communicate both orally and in writing. Must possess skill in dealing with the public. Prior experience in basic supply techniques is desirable. Must meet the minimum age requirement for serving alcoholic beverages. Must be able to obtain a Food Handler’s certificate. Must be able to satisfactorily complete a National Agency Check w/Inquiries (NACI).
Varies as needed
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Applicants claiming Veteran’s Preference Will need to upload or fax a copy of their DD 214, Member Copy 4. For Military Spouse Preference, applicants will need to upload or fax a copy of their spouse’s PCS orders assigning him/her to Goodfellow AFB. The fax number is 325-654-5529.