Title: STATE PARK SUPERINTENDENT II Salary: $5,525.00 - $7,330.00 Posted: 07/19/2013
Job Description: ***This is a Peace Officer Position. To be eligible, you must meet the minimum qualifications established by the Department of Human Resources AND either be currently eligible or eligible for reinstatement as a PC 830.2, California State Peace Officer. If you are not a current peace officer employed by a State of California agency and in possession of a POST – Basic Certificate, you are not eligible for this position and must apply to take the State Park Peace Officer Cadet (Ranger/Lifeguard) Exam when offered. For further information regarding your rights and eligibility please visit the Department Link listed below before calling or emailing the listed contact.***
The reporting location for this position is Law Enforcement and Emergency Services (LEES) at Headquarters in Sacramento. This position will work under the direction of the Superintendent of Internal Affairs, Citizens’ Complaint and Officer Involved Shootings. The State Park Superintendent II (SPS II) will be responsible for conducting administrative investigations of activities that have occurred within the California State Park System. The SPS II will be assigned case work throughout the state. State housing is not available. For further information regarding this position, please contact Terese Zilke at (916) 653-3512.
Please send your Standard State Application, Form 678, to the contact address listed below. Please note the position number on the application and include any necessary documentation required to be eligible for the job.
If you are not a current or former State employee, you must first take an examination to obtain list eligibility. This does not apply to Student Assistant vacancies.
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