San Mateo County Parks Department $33.00 - $41.27/Hour
The County of San Mateo Parks Department is seeking experienced Park Ranger IIs to provide a variety of public services to preserve, protect and enhance the natural, historical, recreational and educational resources of the County. Under supervision, Park Ranger IIs are responsible for maintaining trails, picnic areas, camping and boating facilities; performing facility maintenance; assisting the public in taking full advantage of the facilities and grounds; and assisting with interpretive and recreational programs. Incumbents also supervise temporary employees and provide guidance and training to staff.
The ideal candidate will have:
At least two years of experience in park management, forestry, natural resource conservation, law enforcement, construction, emergency response or a closely related field.
Practical experience in trail building and maintenance; facility cleaning and maintenance; customer service; working with volunteers; handling complaints; performing First Aid, CPR and other safety procedures; interpreting and enforcing laws, rules and regulations; and performing basic construction and carpentry work.
This position requires outdoor physical labor and may include exposure to hazards, sun, bees, ticks, poison oak, nettles, pollen, etc.
Note: Currently, there is one vacancy. However, the eligible list generated from this recruitment may be used to fill future extra-help, term, unclassified, and regular classified vacancies.
A typical way to qualify is two years of experience in park management, forestry, natural resources conservation or a closely related field.
Licensure/Certification: Possession of a class C California driver license or equivalent at the time of hire. Acquire within the first six months of employment a Red Cross First Aid Certificate and a Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Certificate. Acquire within the first year of employment a POST 832 Law Enforcement certificate.
Employment with San Mateo County offers a wealth of opportunities to serve your community while building a career. The County has a culture of innovation and has created a diverse workforce that is nationally celebrated for its collaborative approaches to providing essential services. San Mateo County leadership commits to serving the public well and providing a competitive compensation program including a choice of retirement plans, flexible hours, childcare center, commute assistance, health and wellness programs and much, much more. The County has been working on a Succession Planning Program, which includes many new and remarkable initiatives to prepare our workforce for the future. This is an exciting time and we in Human Resources look forward to continuing to partner with our department customers to position San Mateo County as employer of choice. Choose to make a difference – choose the County of San Mateo for a career!!