Project Manager Parks and Recreation
Full-Time Project Manager Parks and Recreation at City of Saint Paul
Available Openings: 1
Industry: Government
Pay Type: Hourly
Compensation: $29.94 - $39.35
Education Level: Associate's Degree
E-Verify: Yes

Make an impact! Join the Mayor's Community First Public Safety (CFPS) Initiative by becoming a part of, the Awakenings Program, a violence prevention and early intervention program for Saint Paul youth!

Our Benefits: We offer competitive wages, and a variety of excellent benefits, including health insurance, retirement contributions and paid vacation and sick time.

Equity, Inclusion and Belonging: The City of Saint Paul is dedicated to dismantling systemic racial, cultural, and economic barriers that prevent people from fully enjoying and participating in our community and ensuring fairness in opportunities and outcomes for all individuals. At the City of Saint Paul, we want our workforce to reflect the diverse city that we serve. Our leaders are guided by an unapologetic equity agenda, which promotes the belief that true equity is building a city that works for all of us. We encourage you to apply as we are most interested in finding the best candidate for this job.


Here’s what you can expect to do: The Project Manager Parks and Recreation will be responsible for supporting and be an active leader in the Awakenings Program. Recruit and engage youth Develop, maintain, and strengthen relationships on behalf of local youth Develop, maintain relationships and resources with community organizations and city departments Perform professional work assisting in carrying out the day-to-day operations of assigned projects of the Division of Parks and Recreation. The Project Manager will report to the Restorative Practices Program Coordinator.

For more information and essential functions, see our Project Manager Parks and Recreation Job Description.


Five years of experience in the following areas such as: 

  • Experience working with youth with mental health and emotional issues 
  • Knowledge of mental health service systems and mental health concepts 
  • Business and Specialty areas, e.g. recreation, project management/administration, development and planning, community resources, health and safety, group dynamics, community engagement

Degrees in Sociology, Human Studies/ Development, Youth Work/Leadership, Liberal Arts, Community Engagement, Civic Engagement, Child Psychology, or a closely related field may be substituted for work experience as follows:

Associate Degree - 2 years Bachelor’s Degree - 4 years

Must possess and maintain a valid Minnesota Class D Driver's License or equivalent out-of-state driver's license.

City of Saint Paul

Contact: Cecilia Fisher
Phone 651-266-6500
25 W 4th St, Suite 200
Saint Paul, USA, Minnesota 55102
Transit: No Transit