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APPLY NOW - Assistant Director of Parks & Recreation - City of Palm Springs, CA

Here is a unique leadership opportunity to be a part of a collaborative team supporting the community and planning parks, programs, and public places in stunning Palm Springs, California. Known worldwide for its spectacular leisure and recreation, the City of Palm Springs is seeking its next Assistant Director of Parks & Recreation to further the delivery of exemplary services for both residents who call the city home and year-round visitors who enjoy the extraordinary destination’s world-class amenities. 

Nestled at the base of the San Jacinto Mountains, the City of Palm Springs is known for its crystal-blue skies, year-round sunshine, stunning landscape, and starry nights. Palm Springs’ rich history and gorgeous weather, enjoying 350 days of sunshine per year, make it an ideal place to live and a preferred destination for travelers from all over the world. The City maintains the charm of a small town while offering the amenities of an urban center. Palm Springs lies on the western edge of the Coachella Valley approximately 107 miles east of Los Angeles. The permanent population is approximately 50,000 and has as many as 2 million visitors annually. Palm Springs is also host to many parades, festivals, and the famed Palm Springs International Film Festival and Modernism Week. Residents of Palm Springs find that the City is an ideal community to call home. 

Learn more about this iconic desert city at and its Parks & Recreatopm Department at

Review the detailed recruitment brochure and apply at Application now as this recruitment will close once a strong candidate pool has been established!

Contact Greg Nelson at or Bryan Noblett at for more information or call at (916) 550-4100 to express an interest in or to discuss this position.

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