Title: ASSOCIATE PARK AND RECREATION SPECIALIST Salary: $4,833.00 - $5,874.00 Posted: 04/19/2013
The Baldwin Hills Conservancy was created by the California State Legislature under the Baldwin Hills Conservancy Act of 2000.
The reporting location for this position is the Baldwin Hills Conservancy office in Southwest Los Angeles County. This position will work under the direction of the Executive Officer. The incumbent’s work schedule will be Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., including some evening and weekend meetings or events. This is a limited term/full-time position for twenty four months and may be extended an additional twelve months; however, the incumbent must maintain eligibility on the Associate Park and Recreation Specialist certification list to be appointed to the extended position. The incumbent will perform a wide variety of complex functions to support the Conservancy’s Proposition 84 local assistance and capital outlay programs. Duties include; collection, evaluation, summarization, and analysis of outdoor recreation data and trends from local sources within the territory to identify the needs and deficiencies in the region. Also, the incumbent will be responsible for preparation, review, and implementation of plans and grant programs to deliver priority projects within the Conservancy territory as directed by the Executive Officer. Candidates must possess the necessary independence, knowledge, and skills to successfully analyze, recommend, and implement recreational planning and manage capital improvements projects with minor supervision. State housing is not available. For further information regarding this position, please contact David McNeill at (323) 290-5270 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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