Park Interpreters plan, organize, provide and supervise a variety of interpretive facilities, services and activities and assist in the operation and maintenance of an assigned State park.
Incumbents function as first-line supervisors who train, supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned staff; assign and review work; and initiate disciplinary action.
This position is located at Ice Age Fossils State Park in North Las Vegas, Nevada.
The 315 acre park is renowned for the paleontologically rich fossil deposits and historic excavation sites.
The park is adjacent to the 22,000 acre Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument.
The park is in the planning stages but will include a modern visitor center and interpretive hiking trails.
Candidates work under general supervision of the Park Supervisor in all aspects of park operations including visitor services, interpretation, content development, custodial services, building and grounds maintenance, fee collection, gift store operations, museum operations, and volunteer management.
This position is responsible for developing and implementing interpretive programs, managing and curating historic and paleontological items, and developing content for the park visitor center.
This position is responsible for community outreach and educational programs to local schools and community groups, developing media, interpretive signage, exhibits, audiovisual programs, and online media presence.
This position recruits, trains, and supervises park volunteers and subordinate seasonal staff.
Park Interpreters work variable hours and shifts including evenings, weekends, and holidays and must be available to work special events and respond to callouts or emergencies.
Some statewide travel may be required.
Park housing is not available at this location.
THIS RECRUITMENT MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME BASED ON THE AMOUNT OF APPLICATIONS RECEIVED.
QUALIFIED APPLICANTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
Closing Date/Time: 10/04/2018
State OF Nevada