New job Long Term Park Seasonal Site Supervisor in North Dakota
|Long Term Park Seasonal Site Supervisor|
Long Term Park Seasonal Site Supervisor
Company : ND Parks and Recreation Department
Salary : $18 - $21 an hour
Location : North Dakota
Hiring Range is $18.00 to $21.00 per hour
Beaver Lake State Park provides an escape from the rigors of everyday life, offering a relaxing atmosphere in a secluded outdoor setting next to a quiet lake. The lake is nestled among the gently rolling prairie that provides scenic views for leisurely walks.
The park offers primitive and modern camping as well as three camping cabins for those wanting to get away from it all. Park guests will find plenty to occupy their time. Whether it’s studying the area’s fascinating history, discovering the plentiful natural resources, taking advantage of refreshing water sports, hiking, mountain biking, fishing or just relaxing in the shade of an American Elm.
Candidate is required to live on site. Benefits include free health care and retirement which is paid for by the employee.
Summary of Work
Responsibility 1: Operations and Project Management
- Oversight of project management, fiscal management, park development, natural resources, recreation, grants, interpretive and communications initiatives related to Beaver Lake State Park
- Administers the budget for the park including monitoring and approving budget expenses; providing recommendations for the budget based on analysis of various park needs such as position allocation and equipment needs.
- Management of seasonal staff to include, maintenance, interpreter, and park rangers
Responsibility 2: Partnerships and Visitor Services
- Provides recommendations for and ensures compliance with operational policies, priorities, and standards relating to park operations to achieve long and short-term program objectives; establishes systems for monitoring programs; develops long-term work plans; develops goals and objectives for the park
- Creates and maintains partnerships with local community clubs, organizations, special interest groups and volunteers
- Collaborates on and presents cultural, historical, and environmental education, special events, and living history activities
- Maintains communication with the public through various means
Responsibility 3: Enforcement and Emergency Services
- Direct and implement state park enforcement activities and preventative measures to ensure visitor security and protection
- Oversight of state park policies and procedures used at Beaver Lake State Park
- Collaborates with local, county, state, and federal agencies, and local landowners
- Requires a bachelor’s degree in park management, natural resources, fish and wildlife management, emergency management, hospitality management or another closely related field.
- General Maintenance skills in plumbing, electrical, carpentry and small engines
- Successful completion of the North Dakota Peace Officer Licensure Course with-in one year from date of hire
- Valid ND driver’s license or ability to obtain one
- Requires satisfactory completion of the interview process and a verifiable record of satisfactory performance in previous employment, reference checks and background investigation
- Successful applicant is required to live on-site in the state housing (some utilities are employees’ responsibility).
- North Dakota Peace Officer License
- Demonstrated work history or volunteer experience in a parks and recreation or similar environment.
- Education, training, or demonstrated progressive experience related: to nature and the environment, or facilities and grounds maintenance, or retails sales and cash management.
All applications for open North Dakota Parks & Recreation Department positions must be made online through the state of North Dakota’s Job Seekers website. Paper submissions will no longer be accepted. Application information package must be submitted online by 11:59 PM on the closing date listed on the job posting.
Applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States. The Parks & Recreation Department regrets it does not provide Sponsorships.
Application materials must clearly explain how experience and education are related to the minimum qualifications.
Additional documents to be submitted:
- Cover letter which includes a brief description of the applicant's background/qualifications and how work experience directly meets the requirements of the position applying for.
- Three (3) professional references.
Applicants who experience difficulties during the application process should contact email@example.com or 701-328-3290.
Applicants are screened based on qualifications, successful completion of the interview process and a background and criminal investigation so it is very important to be thorough and detailed on all the application materials.
Applicants should contact Lynn Spomer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 701-328-5356 in advance of the position closing date if the applicant is requiring accommodations during the application, recruitment, or selection processes.
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Equal Employment Opportunity
The State of North Dakota and this hiring agency do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex (including sexual orientation and gender identity), genetics, religion, age or disability in employment or the provisions of services and complies with the provisions of the North Dakota Human Rights Act.
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