The County's Regional Parks Department strives to offer recreational opportunities for the enrichment of county residents and visitors while protecting the county's natural, cultural, historical and land resources. We are currently recruiting for Deputy Director of Regional Parks, who will plan, organize, and direct major programs.
The Regional Parks Department manages and maintains nine (9) Regional Parks throughout San Bernardino County totaling approximately 8,000 acres with one (1) Preserve and one (1) Regional Trail system. Each park offers diverse outdoor recreation opportunities in settings that range from metro, mountain and desert scenery. Among the activities that can be found in our Regional Parks are: Lakes for fishing, sheltered group picnic facilities accommodating up to 350 people, swim complexes with water slides, zero depth water play parks, and playgrounds. Seven (7) of our Regional Parks offer scenic camping, from tent to large RV's, dry to full hook-ups. One of our parks is a historic Ghost Town; and another is located right on the banks of the Colorado River. For more information, explore the website at http://cms.sbcounty.gov/parks/Home.aspx.
FUTURE SALARY INCREASES 3% Effective February 25, 2023**
**Salary increases contingent upon Property Related Revenue and/or statewide Proposition 172 Sales Tax Collections performance.
PRIORITY REVIEW BEGINS OCTOBER 10, 2022
For more details, please review the announcement at www.sbcounty.gov/jobs. Application can be made on-line – apply ASAP. (909) 387-8304 - EEO/ADA
Education: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university.
Experience: Four (4) years of full-time direct oversight in at least one (1) of the following functional areas: Budget, Contract Management, Project Management, Grant Management, Park Operations, or Recreational ProgrammingAND three (3) years of full-scope supervisory experience. This experience may be concurrent, and must be clearly described in your work history.
San Bernardino County is located in the heart of Southern California, home to over 2 million residents, encompassing 20,160 square miles from the Nevada State line and the Colorado River to the LA County line. This gives San Bernardino County a diverse climate and geography, from mountains as high as 11,502 feet, to the desert as low as 181 feet, and beautiful valleys in between. Pristine lakes and rivers, snow-capped mountain resorts, flowering deserts, and many other family-oriented recreational attractions take advantage of the natural assets of the area, most within an hour's drive. Families enjoy affordable housing, excellent schools, colleges and universities, and easy access to airports, hospitals, libraries, and parks. The County provides a safe, clean and healthy environment for residents. A variety of shopping and business opportunities abound, in this, the largest County in the contiguous United States.