Under general supervision, to perform a variety of tasks in the operation and maintenance of an outdoor recreation facility.
Examples of Duties
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Perform unskilled and semi-skilled tasks in the construction, maintenance, and operation of outdoor recreation facility.
Care for trees, shrubs, and grass.
Conduct patrols, check users of facilities for compliance and as necessary enforce laws and regulations. Conduct around-the-clock security patrols of Project facilities.
Work as entrance gate attendant, register visitors, collect fees, keep records, give out information, and assist public.
Perform a variety of maintenance tasks such as carpentry, plumbing, painting, electrical repair, sign construction and maintenance, barrier repairs, gardening, planting, facility cleanup, and trash disposal.
Operate power mowers and other equipment used in maintenance operation.
Operate power boats.
Assist in the supervision and training of temporary workers.
Serve as Chief Ranger as assigned.
Perform other related duties as required or assigned by supervisor.
QUALIFICATIONS Any combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required skills and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the skills and abilities would be:
Education Associate’s degree in park management, police science or related field. A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university is preferred in outdoor recreation, natural resource management or related field. Work experience may be substituted for education requirements.
Experience Three seasons (minimum 90 days each) in park operations, park security and/or emergency response experience.
Skills and Abilities
Interpersonal and Communication Ability to: follow oral and written instructions; and establish and maintain cooperative relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
Technical and Analytical Knowledge of: principles and practices of forestry and outdoor recreation; carpentry, plumbing, electrical, and equipment maintenance; hazards and safety precautions; operation of computer based word processing programs and fee collection system; and principles and practices in emergency response including accident, medical and wildland firefighting.
Administration and Operations Ability to: perform heavy physical work.
Necessary Special Requirements Possession of the following: Appropriate California driver's license. Current First Responder Certificate within six months from time of hire. Completion of approved Wildland Firefighting course within six months from time of hire. P.C. 832 certificate within one year from time of hire. Must furnish own hand tools.
SELECTION CRITERIA Item Percentage Required to Obtain a Passing Score Written Examination 70% (Weight 25%)
Practical Exam 70% (Weight 25%)
Oral Interview 70% (Weight 50%)
Medical Examination - This position may require a medical examination to determine medical fitness for performing the duties assigned to the position or classification.
Drug testing in accordance with the FHWA regulations may also be required. (Details may be obtained from the Human Resources Department upon request.)
The Turlock Irrigation District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It does not discriminate on the basis of, race, color, ancestry, religious creed, national origin, sex, physical and mental disability, medical condition (cancer related), age (over 40), and marital status.
Assistance is available in filling out job applications for disabled individuals.
The Turlock Irrigation District's bargaining unit positions are a part of an agency shop.
The Turlock Irrigation District provides reasonable accommodations to applicants and employees with a disability in accordance with federal and state law.
SUBMIT APPLICATION TO: Human Resources Department, via our web site at www.tid.org.
All applicants may apply beginning Wednesday, May 24, 2022 until Friday, June 30, 2023 by 4:30 p.m.
Online Written Examination Date(s): To Be Determined after the posting closes
Don Pedro Recreation Agency offers campsites at three campgrounds with nearly 600 campsites. Additionally, when filled to the brim, Don Pedro Lake offers nearly 160 miles of shoreline and 13,000 surface acres of water on which to operate vessels. Fishing is allowed year-round in the still waters of Don Pedro Lake and tributary creeks that are east of Highway 49 and flow into the lake are closed between November and April. Day-use picnic areas are available at both Fleming Meadows and Moccasin Point recreation areas. In addition to the lake, offering green grass and a sandy beach, the swimming lagoon at Fleming Meadows is a popular place to picnic and swim with family and friends. With such a wide-range of activities available at Don Pedro Lake, the recreation agency employs permanent and seasonal staff to help maintain the parks as well as make sure customers have a fun and safe trip to any of the three campgrounds and various day-use areas.