Posted on: June 11, 2013
The Marin County Human Resources Department and Marin County Parks announce a recruitment for the position of Park Ranger. There are currently two (2) full time positions available: one (1) regular hire position and one (1) five-year fixed-term vacancy. The recruitment closes on Monday, July 8, 2013 at 4:00pm.
Marin County Parks manages over 40 park facilities, which offer our visitors recreational opportunities that include picnic areas, sports fields, multiuse pathways, a swimming pool, fishing piers, beaches, and nature preserves. The Park Ranger position is an experienced park maintenance and operations class, capable of performing the full range of duties maintaining park facilities, providing visitor services, enforcing park regulations, and working independently. Under the direction of the Chief Park Ranger, the Park Ranger maintains and inspects parks facilities and preserves under the Marin County Parks jurisdiction. The Park Ranger contacts and positively interacts with a wide variety of people, collects fees and reconciles receipts, prepares sports fields, provides special events and educational programs to the public, and is familiar with the operation of a variety of landscape maintenance and construction tools and equipment to perform minor carpentry, landscaping, plumbing, irrigation repair, and electrical maintenance work of developed parks and recreational areas.
Please visit the Human Resource's Job Postings List for more information and/or to apply online.
The Marin County Human Resources Department and Marin County Parks announce a recruitment for the position of Open Space Park Ranger. There are currently six (6) full time positions available: two (2) full time, regular hire positions and four (4) five-year fixed-term vacancies. The recruitment closes on Monday, July 8, 2013 at 4:00pm. Three (3) of the fixed-term vacancies are a visitor services assignment. One (1) fixed-term vacancy is an environmental education assignment.
Marin County Parks manages 34 open space preserves offering visitors outstanding scenic vistas, redwood groves, cascading waterfalls, opportunities for wildlife viewing, and many miles of trails for public access and recreation. The Open Space Park Ranger position is an experienced open space patrol position, capable of performing the full range of patrol, public contact, enforcement, and maintenance work independently. Under the direction of the Chief Open Space Park Ranger, the Open Space Park Ranger patrols and maintains preserves under the Marin County Open Space District’s jurisdiction. The Open Space Park Ranger contacts and positively interacts with a wide variety of people, carries out targeted patrol, public education and enforcement assignments directed at specific problems on District lands; provides public outreach activities to educate the citizenry about District resources; operates a variety of maintenance tools and equipment to perform minor carpentry, plumbing, and electrical maintenance work; and participates with other agencies in fire control and safety projects, including assisting with search and rescue operations.
Posted on: June 4, 2013
The Marin County Human Resources Department and Marin County Parks announce a recruitment for the position of Park Planner. There is currently one (1) five-year fixed-term vacancy that may be extended an additional four years. The recruitment closes on Friday, July 5, 2013 at 4:00pm.
With the recent passage of Measure A, Marin County Parks is embarking on an exciting program of park renovation and master planning throughout its facilities. This Park Planner position will be responsible for master planning and developing landscape architectural drawings for parks, playgrounds, multiuse pathways and other landscaped areas operated or maintained by Marin County Parks. The position will be responsible for all facets of park development, including overall project management; discussion with community members at inception; preparing community presentations; preparing sketches and graphic representations; creating construction documents including drawings and specifications; developing cost estimates, schedules, and budgets; preparing and administering consultant and public construction contracts and providing observation during construction. The Park Planner will also be responsible for preparing written correspondence related to park development, including letters to the public, to consultants and to contractors, preparing board and commission letters, and emails as required.
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