Title: STATE PARK PEACE OFFICER SUPERVISOR (RANGER) Salary: $4,590.00 - $6,078.00 Posted: 05/15/2013
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 Ranger Station located in Oceano, or as otherwise directed. This position will work under the direction of the Chief Ranger or designee. This position oversees campgrounds, Oceano Dunes State Vehicle Recreation Area, and preserves. The incumbent will act as the lead supervisor of thirteen full-time State Park Peace Officers including: Lifeguard, K-9, and Ranger positions; and permanent intermittent and seasonal employees assigned to the Visitor Services function. This position will act in a leadership role for: concessionaries, volunteers, park associations, and park visitors including media and Public Information Officer positions. Effective communication of State Park rules, regulations, and procedures, both verbally and in writing, is essential for this position. Knowledge of personnel management, business and public administration, employee evaluation and development, and Equal Employment Opportunity objectives are necessary. The incumbent will demonstrate knowledge of principles and practices in managing natural and cultural resources, public safety, planning, budgeting, scheduling, and bargaining contracts through the course of his/her duties. State housing is not available. For further information regarding this position, please contact Brent Marshall at (805) 773-7178 or at Brent.Marshall@parks.ca.gov.
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