Staff & Job Openings

Meet Our Parks & Recreation Team:

Tim Barry

Tim Barry

Acting Parks and Recreation Director

Point of contact for: 

Oversee Recreation Programs and logistics, field allocations, Scholarship Program, etc.

Years with the Town:  

Joined in 2021

Fun Fact/Special Interest: 

I enjoy being active in the Pacifica community through coaching baseball, basketball, and soccer for my three kids

Steve Detwiler Photo

Steve Detwiler

Recreation Supervisor

Point of contact for

Facility Rentals; including Community Center, Town Park, Neil Cummins Gym and Cove School

Years with the Town:


Fun Fact/Special Interest

Steve was the first player signed to the San Rafael Pacific's and is a 2008 College World Series Champion.

Erin Duggan

Erin Duggan Sanders

Recreation Coordinator 

Point of contact for: 

Contract classes & programs and programming for adults with developmental disabilities

Years with the Town:  

1994-2002 and returned in 2019 

Fun Fact/Special Interest: 

Dancer, actor, and director for The Renaissance Faire & The Great Dickens Christmas fair since 1985. Ran Super Cool Summer School for 20+yrs.

Alex D

Alexandra Duran-Esparza

Recreation Coordinator 

Point of contact for: 

Corte Madera Children's Center (afterschool program) and Summer Camp

Years with the Town: 

8 years, 9 summers in a row. Full-time since 2022

Fun Fact/Special Interest: 

Working as a camp counselor was my first job with the Corte Madera Parks and Recreation. I graduated at Dominican University with a Bachelor’s degree in Business. 


 Francisco Rodriguez

Facility Attendant II

Point of contact for: 

Building Maintenance, Facility set up for Events and Classes, Monitors Picnic/Park Rentals 

Years with the Town: 

Joined in 2022

Fun Fact/Special Interest: 

I speak Spanish and I can operate a Semi Truck. 

Coming Soon: Get to know some of our year-round part time staff like Nancy Cupp, Christina Martin, Alex Poretz, Amineh Stevenson, and Priscilla Kelley.


Looking for extra hours? Corte Madera Parks & Rec is recruiting for the following part-time positions:

Facility Attendant 

Work flexible hours on evenings and weekends. Open and close indoor facilities, help with set-up as needed and be available for questions and support while supervising the Community Center Hall or Neil Cummins Gym. This position also supports seasonal picnic area rentals, which is a great opportunity to work outdoors in our beautiful Town Park and Cove Park on weekends. This job is perfect for a college student or retiree or anyone interested in helping the community and having direct interaction with events. Compensation scale $16.50-22/hour 


Recreation Assistant 

Shifts available at both the front desk of the Community Center and in youth programming through Child Care/Summer Camp. Work flexible hours, generally between 8:30-5 on weekdays. Front desk responsibilities- open and close Community Center, greet clients attending programs/classes, process registrations, and provide general customer service.  Rec. Assistants working with the Child Care/Summer Camp programs work a creative team to plan activities and events for children, kindergarten-5th grade. This job is perfect for a college student, retiree or anyone in between who is interested in helping the community and having direct interaction with clients of all ages. Compensation scale is $16.50-30/hour


Recreation Aide 

This is a fun part-time position working with children in our Child Care/afterschool program and/or Summer Camp.  No experience necessary, although preferred. Ideal candidates enjoy working together to lead youth in activities like arts and crafts, sports, and games. Creativity is encouraged. Work flexible hours, generally between 8-6 on weekdays. This job is perfect for (but not limited to) responsible high school and college students. Compensation begins at $15.50-19/hour

Complete an application online or call the Community Center for more info at (415)927-5072.

PR Hiring 2022