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POSITION DESCRIPTION: Under the direction of the State Park Peace Officer Supervisor (Ranger) at San Buenaventura SB, this position performs routine public contact, operates entrance stations, maintains accountable documents, performs interpretive activities, and assists in facility maintenance and housekeeping, and resource management work. This... position works at McGrath SB, San Buenaventura SB and Emma Wood, and Carpinteria campgrounds but may also work at other sector units based upon operational needs. Duties include but are not limited to the following.

Public Contact: Registers campers and/or sells day use tickets, collects fees, assigns campsites. Maintains accountability documents for all money collected. Answers telephones and operates radio communication equipment. Is familiar with park rules and regulations, local emergency services and park resources in order to provide public assistance and information.

Facility Maintenance and Housekeeping: Maintains visitor services buildings and equipment in a clean and orderly manner. Performs maintenance tasks related to park operations as needed. Accounts for supplies. Participates in litter pick up. Cleans signs when needed.

Interprets park rules, regulations, orders and district policies. May become involved in special interpretive programming, (i.e. Junior Rangers, Campfire programs. May operate State Park Visitor Center.

Resource Management: Assists in landscape and trail maintenance to reduce public safety problems, reduce erosion control, reduce fire hazards and enhance and control access to existing trails. May assist in vegetation and wildlife management.
May use power tools under direction. May be required to drive state vehicles for special functions. In times of emergency or urgency, assists in other functions within the District.

Work Environment: Work outdoors in various types of weather or work in unpleasant conditions. Work environment may be have moderate exposure to unusual elements, such as extreme temperatures, dirt, dust, fumes, unpleasant odors, and/or loud noises. May involve some exposure to aggressive visitors. Work near fast moving traffic. May work inside an office.

Physical Abilities: Ability to perform manual labor (e.g. lifting, carrying, loading). Requires repetitive movement of heavy objects. Stand for long periods of time (up to 2 hours) to perform the duties associated with the job.

Cognitive Abilities: Read, write and speak in a clear and concise manner. Develop practical solutions to problems to make sound decisions. Performing basic mathematical computations associate with assigned duties. Make sound decisions given available information and situational parameters. Skill to utilize measurements (e.g., tsp, tbsp, quart) to measure, mix and apply various chemical solutions.

PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS: (i.e., maintain a professional and courteous conduct, complete assigned projects accurately and thoroughly; cooperate with management and peers, etc.) Exhibit professional working manner and ability to deal tactfully and effectively in any environment. Exhibit Ability to work independently without close supervision. Display mature judgment, loyalty, poise, tact and discretion. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. Work as a team when necessary to complete the duties of the job in a cohesive and professional manner. Good attendance record, reliable, punctual. Wear seatbelt at all times according to policy. Work products should be consistent with Department and work unit mission, vision, goals and objectives.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: (i.e., special license, certificate, physical agility, etc.) This is a uniformed position that requires designated DPR uniforms.

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: (as per the class specification) Ability to: Communicates at a level required for successful job performance.Follow di ections, compute fees, make change and balance cash. Learn work procedures and park rules and regulations quickly. Perform varied manual tasks. Meet the public graciously.
Special Personal Characteristics Willingness to work at various locations with in the district. Willingness to work on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays at odd or irregular hours and under adverse weather conditions. Perform varied manual tasks. Interact with the public . Conform to departmental uniform requirements

[Priority consideration will be given to any person receiving State public assistance under the CalWORKS program. Applicants who receive State public assistance need to identify their status as a CalWORKS recipient in the comments area on the application. Applicants must submit a verification of their CalWORKS eligibility status, which may include the most recent Notice of Action showing TANF eligibility or a copy of your last aid check stub. If verification is not submitted with the application, the application will not be processed. (Applicants may obtain verification from the CalWORKS program)
Carpinteria CA United States


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