Title: PARK MAINTENANCE CHIEF III Salary: $4,959.00 - $5,987.00 Posted: 04/18/2013
The reporting location for this position is the Sierra District Office in Tahoma at Sugar Pine Point State Park. This position will work under the direction of the District Superintendent. The incumbent is the District Facility Program Manager for the Sierra District and directly supervises the Facility Maintenance Program staff. The incumbent is an integral member of the District Management Team and develops, administers, and monitors all programmatic aspects of the District’s facility program and ensures compliance with all associated policies and regulations. This position leads/assists in planning, developing and administration of all park projects/programs including the Project Evaluation Form (PEF) process, Category 1 Facility program, contract development, fleet, recycle program, property inventory and management, pest management, Computerized Asset Management Program (CAMP), deferred maintenance/Park Infrastructure Database (PID), Water/Wastewater program, fiscal tracking, Road and Trail program, grant application and management of special funded projects, and the Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP). The incumbent will work closely and cooperatively with the District Administrative Chief and program managers in the operation of the District as well as the Local, State and Federal Agencies, Regulatory Agencies such as Tahoe Regional Planning Agency, Fish and Game, US Fish and Wildlife, Air and Water Quality Control Board, and Park Partners and Concession Operators. State housing is not available. Applications for Park Maintenance Chief II will be considered for recruitment purposes. The position may be downgraded to the Chief II level. For further information regarding this position, please contact Marilyn Linkem at (530) 525-9523 or Marilyn.Linkem@parks.ca.gov.
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