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Houston Parks and Recreation
Facilities Management & Development (FMD)
601 Sawyer, Ste.700
Houston, Texas 77007
The Houston Parks and Recreation Department oversees over 350 developed parks and more than 200 green spaces totaling over 38,924.42 acres. Amenities include 268 playgrounds, seven golf courses, Japanese Garden and Garden Center, 38 municipal swimming pools, 13 Water Playgrounds, 3 staffed tennis centers, 7 Skate Parks and 5 Dog Parks. The Facilities Management and Development Division oversee planning, acquisition, design, construction, maintenance and repair of all park facilities. The division's 115 employees represent a wide range of skills and professions including landscape architects, planners, electricians, HVAC technicians, plumbers, carpenters, painters, concrete finishers and heavy-equipment operators. Through the City’s 311 Program and regularly scheduled maintenance, the Division maintains community centers, aquatic facilities, multi-use pavilions, park amenities including trails, ball field and security lights, sports field and court structures, playground equipment and parking lots. The division also maintains a 72-hour response time for graffiti abatement. In addition, the division supports recreation programs, special events, citizen requests and facility needs.
Description of Internship
Assist Administrative Coordinator with administrative duties to include, preparing reports, maintaining files, document processing, distribution of correspondence, servicing incoming calls. Student will update SNAPs (Super Neighborhood Action Plans) and Monthly Reporting Management Binder. Assist with special event projects, such as City of Houston Family Wellness Day, Mayor’s Hispanic Heritage Awards, Blood Drives and others.
Criteria for Interns
All applicants for the Internship Program are required to:
Rubi Longoria, Administrative Coordinator, Facilities Management & Development
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