“Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks works to perpetuate all that it means to hunt, camp, fish, hike, ride, float, play, climb, sit, wander, explore and revel – to venture outside and into this land we call Montana.
Employees scheduled at least half-time for more than 6 months consecutively are provided paid health, dental and life insurance. Other benefits include retirement, paid vacation, sick and holidays. This position may be covered by a VEBA (Voluntary Employee Beneficiary Association).
EEO: Women and/or minorities are under-represented in this job category and are encouraged to apply.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, through its employees and citizen commission and board, provides for the stewardship of the fish, wildlife, parks and recreational resources of Montana, while contributing to the qualify of life for present and future generations.
Learn more about us at: www.fwp.mt.gov
For a full copy of the job description, please contact Kimberly Worthy at email@example.com or (406)444-1289.
The Parks Division is a valuable and integral part of Montana, Fish, Wildlife and Parks and it works to preserve and protect our state’s heritage and the natural beauty of our public lands for the benefit of our families, communities, local economies and out-of-state visitors. With over 2 million visitors to the Parks each year this Division helps exemplify what it is to recreate in Montana.
The Parks Division Administrator has an exciting opportunity to build on a State Parks program that includes historic sites as well as beautiful natural resource parks and recreational opportunities. The Parks program has 55 parks in 5 regions across the state of Montana. To learn more about the fabulous parks and programs that this position is responsible for please visit: www.stateparks.mt.gov
We are looking for an individual with exceptional leadership skills and a demonstrated ability to foster community and coalition building across a wide range of stakeholders. This position will lead the Parks program and staff forward in their accomplishment of the mission and is responsible for defining the program direction to accomplish the Governor’s outdoor recreation goals as well as those of the Department.
The above knowledge, skills, and abilities are typically acquired through a combination of education and experience equivalent to a Master's degree in park and recreation management (preferably), natural resource management, public administration or a related field and 10 years progressively responsible related experience with 5 years in a supervisory capacity. Other combinations of education and experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Montana State Parks AmeriCorps promotes healthy, active, and environmentally aware communities by enhancing park land, enriching educational opportunities, increasing volunteerism, and improving community outreach in state parks.