For long-range planners, the North Tonawanda Department of Youth and Recreation announced it is seeking qualified residents interested in seasonal jobs next summer.
The jobs run approximately nine weeks, average 25 to 30 hours a week and pay between $4.25 and $6.55 per hour, according to John P. Silsby, department director.
Persons with specialized training in arts and crafts, drama, music, swimming, tennis, basketball, softball, physical fitness, experience in working with disabled persons in recreational activities, and facility maintenance are sought.
Applicants must possess an American Red Cross standard first aid card before beginning employment. Lifeguard applicants also must have an advanced life saving card or lifeguard training card and a cardiopulmonary resuscitation professional rescuer card.
Applicants must be city residents, at least 18 years of age or currently a high school senior. Lifeguard applicants may apply at age 17.
Applications will be available at the department office, room 102, Col. Payne Community Center, 460 Wheatfield St., between 10 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. weekdays starting Jan. 2 and continuing through April 12.