Ranger Jobs Vacancy in Idaho Division Human Resources Bear Lake
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Ranger Jobs Vacancy in Idaho Division Human Resources Bear Lake Jobs Details:
Idaho Department of Parks & Recreation is recruiting for a
full-time Ranger for Bear Lake State Park!
Bear Lake, located in extreme southeast Idaho shares its water with Utah. Bear Lake State Park on the Idaho side consists of two separate units—North and East Beach. The park is an intensively used water-based facility drawing much of its usage from the Wasatch Front .
Camping: There are 48 developed RV sites located at East Beach. In addition there is one reservable group use camp site and one primitive tent camping site. A reservation system is in place for camping.
Day Use: North Beach day-use area provides one mile of continuous beach and accommodates up to 6,000 people daily. East Beach has half a mile of beach, 5 acres of lawn, and 3 large reserveable picnic shelters.
Water sports: Bear Lake provides excellent water recreation opportunities including pleasure boating, wind surfing, sailing, and fishing. There are three maintained boat launch facilities at the park.
Bear Lake County is a rural county with limited rental opportunities in the housing market.
Employees are required to work weekends, holidays and variable shifts. Working load is greatest during summer months with overtime hours required. Occasional overnight travel may also be required. Working in adverse weather conditions will also be required.
Permanent employment will be contingent upon the successful completion of an extensive criminal background check administered by the Department within the first six months of hire.
This position MAY require the incumbent to obtain a Class "A" Commercial Driver's License (CDL), pass a pre-employment controlled substance screening test and participate in the Department's drug/alcohol testing program. Permanent employment may be contingent upon this requirement and if determined necessary, applicant must obtain license within 60 days of the hire date.
Housing is Not Available
To learn more about the Department, as well as Bear Lake, please visit our web site at www.parksandrecreation.idaho.gov.
The ranger position serves as one of the primary public contacts for both day and overnight users. This position is responsible for a wide variety of duties, including:
- Answering visitor questions regarding park history, geology, plants and animals, and conducting nature walks, interpretive and environmental awareness programs for park visitors, school groups, and organizations.
- Informing visitors of pertinent regulations of the Department as well as partner organizations such as the Department of Fish and Game, Department of Lands, Bear Lake County Sherriff’s Office, and Utah Parks.
- Collecting fees and operating visitor centers.
- Maintaining park facilities and grounds to ensure resource preservation and visitor safety and performing a variety of basic craft activities including carpentry, plumbing, electrical, irrigation system maintenance, and masonry.
- Operating and repairing vehicles, boats, trucks, mowers, groomers, backhoes, and hand and power tools.
- Hiring, training, scheduling and supervising seasonal employees and volunteers.
- Preparing and maintaining reports, records, logs, and inventories.
- Preparing research reports and procedure manuals.
- Operating a reservation system for tent camping area and 3 group use areas.
- Knowledge of outdoor recreation and natural resource management. This can typically be met by successful completion of at least 9 college-level credits in a natural resource field AND at least 2 seasons experience working with natural resource issues.
- Experience providing service to a variety of customers. This can typically be gained by 6 months of experience answering questions, providing direction, and asking questions to determine needs or purpose of the visit. (Experience working in a visitor center, as a hotel desk clerk or as a sales clerk could qualify.)
- Experience supervising staff. This can typically be gained by at least 6 months work experience assigning work or training new or existing staff. Experience supervising seasonal and/or volunteer staff will qualify.
NOTE: Some positions function as compliance enforcement officers who maintain the peace and enforce rules within state parks. Compliance enforcement training generally occurs within the first 18 to 24 months of employment. Certification as a compliance enforcement officer requires successful passage of established professional requirements and a criminal background check including fingerprinting and completion of a personal history statement.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The following experience is not required for this position but may increase your score.
- Experience performing basic construction and building maintenance. This can be typically met by experience performing basic carpentry and plumbing tasks such as roof repair, erecting dry wall, installing windows or doors, home repair and remodeling, repairing/replacing faucets, sinks, drains, and toilets.
- Experience operating and maintaining vehicles/equipment. This can be typically gained by experience operating lightweight over-the-road type vehicles and equipment such as cars and pickups (manual shift not automatic), lawnmowers, weed eaters, trimmers, etc AND experience performing preventative maintenance on small engines, pumps, and vehicles and ensuring oil and filters are changed and tune-ups are performed as required.
- Some knowledge of Interpretation/Environmental Education. This can typically be gained by successful completion of at least 1-college courses OR 1 agency-sponsored workshop that included park interpretation or environmental education.
Highly desirable candidates will have experience performing construction and building maintenance, grounds maintenance, as well as experience operating and maintain vehicles/equipment.
Rating of Education and Experience. You will receive a score based on your responses to the narrative questions and the information you provide in your resume and work history. You must receive a minimum rating of 54 to pass this examination. Exam results are available online after the applications have been reviewed and scores assigned (typically one to two weeks after the closing date). If you do not apply online, you will receive written notification of your exam results.
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