The reporting location for this position is the Facilities Management Division located at the Heilbron Mansion in Sacramento, with extensive travel and long term project coordination at any State Park. This position will work under the direction of the Park and Recreation Specialist and the lead of a Park Maintenance Worker I. This position leads and performs manual labor to complete specially funded ADA and Resource projects. The position may assist in more technical facility maintenance projects under the direction of a higher skilled maintenance worker. This position will provide leadership for other staff within the Department, and CCC crews in trail maintenance, campground rehabilitation, and other facilities’ activities as scheduled. Work will include heavy manual labor, extensive walking to and from work sites, hot summer temperatures, cold winter conditions including work in rain and snow conditions, and work in high altitude, desert and coastal environments. This position is expected to work on call as needed. This position is required to work nights, weekends, odd hours, and overtime in accomplishment of assigned tasks. Overnight travel and spike camps throughout the State, remote work locations, and 8 or 10 day work assignments are expected. This position may work up to 1500 hours per year based on special project funding. A Basic 32 Wildland Firefighting Certificate is required. Please provide proof of eligibility with application. State housing is not available. For further information regarding this position, please contact Lori Turner at (530) 523-3024.
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