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Park Ranger - Parks, Recreation And Neighborhood Services

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City Of San Jose San Jose , CA 95101

Posted 2 months ago

The Parks, Recreation & Neighborhood Services Department is looking for highly motivated, personable individuals with strong leadership skills and innovative ideas to become part of a dynamic team of employees with a strong commitment to providing excellent service to our diverse community.
Bilingual applicants speaking a second language such as Spanish or Vietnamese are encouraged to apply.
Under supervision, this classification performs duties of moderate difficulty including performing overall work in park operations and visitor services; resource and environmental protection; greeting visitors and explaining/interpreting park features; collecting and accounting for fees; performing rescue and fire suppression activities; administering first aid as needed; patrolling parks; enforcement of state and local laws; performing conservation programs and projects; providing lead direction to other park personnel; coordinating and leading volunteer and internship programs; providing traffic and parking control; and preparing written and oral reports and other communication.
The Parks, Recreation & Neighborhood Services Department currently has approximately eleven vacancies of which five are full- time permanent positions, two full time positions with an end date of June 30, 2019, one PT benefited position and three PT Unbenefited positions.
There is a strong possibility that the end dated positions will be extended.
If you are interested in employment in this classification, you should apply to ensure you are considered for additional opportunities that may utilize the applicants from this recruitment.

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Park Ranger - Parks, Recreation And Neighborhood Services

Expired Job

City Of San Jose