Title: STATE PARK SUPERINTENDENT II Salary: $5,525.00 - $7,330.00 Posted: 05/13/2013
THIS IS A PEACE OFFICER POSITION. TO BE ELIGIBLE, YOU MUST MEET THE MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS ESTABLISHED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES. The reporting location for this position is the Four Rivers Sector Office in Gustine. This position will work under the direction of the Central Valley District Superintendent. The incumbent will serve as the Four Rivers Sector Superintendent, which includes San Luis Reservoir State Recreation Area, Pacheco State Park, Great Valley Grasslands State Park, McConnell State Recreation Area, and George J. Hatfield State Recreation Area. The Sector Superintendent provides efficient public service and leadership within budgetary constraints and Departmental guidelines and procedures, and is responsible for overseeing and managing all aspects of the Sector operations including, but not limited to, budgeting, expenditures, personnel, visitor services, law enforcement, facilities, natural and cultural resources, interpretation and education, concessions and reservations, real property, and public relations. This position coordinates policy and decision making with various entities and interest groups. State housing may be available. For further information regarding this position, please contact Jess Cooper at (209) 536-5931 or Jess.Cooper2@parks.ca.gov.
549 - 738 - 0978 - 002
Central Valley District/Four Rivers Sector/Gustine, CA
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