Title: PARK MAINTENANCE CHIEF I Salary: $4,106.00 - $4,951.00 Posted: 04/16/2013
The reporting location for this position is the Sector Office located in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park in Borrego Springs. This position will work under the direction of the Sector Superintendent. This position will provide an excellent career opportunity for someone interested in all aspects of maintenance functions and will be responsible for Maintenance Services and supervising the maintenance staff for Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. This position coordinates the budget for Anza-Borrego Desert State Park facility maintenance and equipment for inclusion in the District’s annual budget and is responsible for keeping CAMP and Cat I expenditures up to date. Completes CEQA documents for specific projects, develops specifications for contracts, maintains park unit facility records, and acts as sector recycling coordinator. Assists District staff with resource management projects within the sector. Supervises sector Material Safety Data Sheet, respirator, and confined space programs and training. With over 600,000 acres, this is the largest unit of the California State Park System. The terrain and location of Anza-Borrego pose unique challenges to the staff working in this unit and unique programs such as air patrol, paleontology, archeology, and a world-class visitor center. This is a challenging job with great opportunities for personal growth by becoming an integral member of a multifaceted team. State housing/trailer pad may be available. For further information regarding this position, please contact Kathy Dice at (619) 985-7167.
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