Title: ASSOCIATE PARK AND RECREATION SPECIALIST Salary: $4,833.00 - $5,874.00 Posted: 04/19/2013
The reporting location for this position is Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation (OHMVR) Division Headquarters located in Sacramento. This position will work under the direction of the Division’s Planning section manager. This is a highly complex program involving a wide variety of specialized subject-matter, including strategic planning, acquisitions, land-use issues, general plans, environmental regulatory compliance, and special studies. The Associate Park and Recreation Specialist participates in the development of general plans, specific plans, and provides guidance on resource stewardship, interpretation, facilities, visitor use, and operations; determines and reports on potential effects of plans and projects on the Division-wide program; oversees program development and implementation throughout the OHMVR Division; develops remediation plans as needed in conjunction with field staff; oversees compliance with program-related Mitigation, Monitoring, and Reporting Plans (MMRPs); provides research and analysis support throughout the OHMVR Division; prepares information papers and staff reports on issues of topical concern in the park and recreation field; and reviews and evaluates cooperating agency reports to determine their impacts on, and contributions to, outdoor recreation in California. The successful candidate will have excellent oral and written communication skills, and maintain a practical understanding of planning principles, environmental policy, and CEQA & NEPA processes. State housing is not available. For further information regarding this position, please contact Maria Mowrey at (916) 324-4442.
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