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    About the Position: Incumbent serves as a senior park ranger at a large multiple-use lake office, performing various functions in the parks and natural resources, shoreline management and lease administration.

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    • Provide guidance to subordinates in forestry, wildlife management and fisheries programs and in the interpretive and visitor assistance programs.
    • Monitor the parks attendance program, recommending and preparing needed changes to contract specifications
    • Make presentations on project activities.
    • Initiate and promote cooperation and communication with local interest groups and visitors to solicit partnership and inform and educate lake users on project's activities, policies and procedures.
    • Close roads and areas as needed.
    • Familiarity with critical pool elevations and the Project Flood Emergency Plan and make decisions based on the circumstances and this document.
    • Check dam equipment gages and indicators for accuracy, and if necessary make necessary adjustments.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel 10% of the time for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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