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Belle Isle State Park - Park Manager - Natural Resource Manager II - Closes 7/24/15

Closes On:  07/24/2015

Park Manager
(Natural Resource Manager II) POSITION #00687
HIRING RANGE: $43,032 - $69,360 BAND 5

Duties:
The Division of State Parks is seeking a Park Manager for Belle Isle State Park in Lancaster County. The successful candidate will direct the administration and operation of a major state park providing for programs and services to ensure visitor expectations are met and the park's natural, cultural, and historical resources are protected for future generations. The Park Manager communicates and implements policies, programs and initiatives originating from the District 1 Manager and the Eastern Region Operations Manager. The position has ultimate supervisory authority for all full time and part time employees in the operation of the facilities including financial and budget oversight, personnel management and training, programming and outreach activities, facilities management and improvements, grounds and natural area management, and public safety. The position represents the Park, Division, and Agency through civic activities, media relations, and interactions with other government officers and/or agencies. The incumbent manages compliance with regulatory agencies for health and safety and provides intra-agency resources for the advancement of the Department of Conservation's mission.

Minimum Qualifications:
Successful candidate will have considerable knowledge of natural and cultural resource issues and "best practices" and the ability to apply said knowledge to facilities and grounds management. Demonstrated experience with public safety and regulatory compliance in a recreational environment. Considerable knowledge of buildings and grounds construction and maintenance practices to contribute to project planning and scheduling, budgeting, operations, and maintaining park facilities and lands with minimal impact to public use of the facility. The incumbent will have extensive demonstrated experience in personnel management and management of a revenue-generating recreational facility. Finalist will have demonstrated effective verbal and written communications skills. High school degree or equivalency.

Preferred Qualifications:
A 4-year degree from an accredited college or university with emphasis in natural resource management or outdoor recreation and business administration coursework. Accumulated training and experience can substitute for degree. Considerable demonstrated experience in the operation and maintenance of a State Park is as well as certification as a Conservation Officer, CPR, First Aid, and AED. Licensure in water/wastewater.

Special Requirements:
This position requires residency in state-owned housing on premises to provide security and operational efficiencies during non-working hours. Incumbent must enter into a lease agreement and demonstrate acquisition of liability and personal property insurance. The position requires shift work which includes weekends and holidays. The Park Manager is required to wear state-issued uniforms and equipment. The Successful candidate will also be required to accept law enforcement training and authority. Position is subject to lateral transfer. Requires a criminal background check and possess a valid driver's license.

Closing date: 7/24/2015

Special Instructions for Applicants:
Only electronic applications will be accepted. Applications that say, "see resume" will not be considered. If you have questions or problems, call 804 786-7964.

DCR is an E-verify, EEO/ADAAA Employer.