Title: SENIOR PARK AND RECREATION SPECIALIST Salary: $6,457.00 - $7,118.00 Posted: 04/16/2013
The reporting location for this position is Sacramento Headquarters at Heilbron Mansion. The Senior/Staff Park and Recreation Specialist will work under the direction of the Division Chief in Facilities Management Division. This position manages and implements the Department-wide program for maintenance and rehabilitation of park facilities. Program assignments include the collection, evaluation, summarization, and analysis of assigned program information from a variety of sources to identify recreational trends, needs, and deficiencies. Implementation of program evaluations will result in planning and projects for existing recreational facilities, preparation of a variety of written plans and reports, including recommendations to establish priorities for action or project development on a Statewide, district, and unit basis. This includes leadership and management of project proposals, plans, and coordination of environmental documents. Additionally, this position manages, mentors, implements, allocates and monitors all Category I, Roads, Housing Repair, Water/Wastewater, Storm water, FEMA, Deferred Maintenance, and Energy Retro-fit programs for the State Park System. This position is advertised in dual classifications for recruitment purposes. Park Maintenance Chief IIIs are encouraged to apply for the Staff level. State housing is not available. For further information regarding this position, please contact Karl Knapp at (530) 277-6314.
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STAFF PARK AND RECREATION SPECIALIST $5,312.00 - $6,409.00
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