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    This position is located in Lake Mead National Recreation Area, in the Ranger Division, Emergency Services Office, located in Boulder City, NV..

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    • Serves as a Federal law Enforcement Officer, commissioned by the National Park Service with responsibility for performing duties Including, detection and Investigation of violations of the Federal criminal laws,apprehension and detention of violators, the protection of life and property and enforcement of all applicable laws,regulations protecting and ensuring the sale use of National Park resources.
    • Plan, design, organize, direct and lead a busy Visitor and Resource Protection program In a high volume Park environment.
    • Oversight and leadership for law enforcement, emergency medical services, structural fire, and search and rescue operations.
    • Provides direct supervision for two permanent full-time Health Technicians and up to six seasonal Health Technicians. Manage human fiscal resources by ensuring that staffing meets organizational goals. Recruit, hire and manage performance of staff. Works to ensure that financial resources are managed through planning and ongoing monitoring of expenditures.
    • Represents park on several multi-agency and multi-discipline teams and work groups. Works with various organizations to achieve program goals.
    • Communicate effectively orally and in writing with a wide range of stakeholders. This position represents the Ranger Division and NPS both within the park and to a wide range of community and public and private stakeholders.

    As a Code 4 Supervisor, you will lead daily operations and direct the completion of collateral duties related to training and leadership. You will supervise permanent and seasonal staff and park volunteers. You will conduct the detection of criminal activity, investigation of criminal violations, and custodial arrests. You may prepare and execute warrants, interview witnesses, and detain suspects. You will ensure the completion of comprehensive written reports. You will conduct and/or supervise gathering of law enforcement, security, and intelligence information relating to the park, its facilities, events, mission, or visitors.

    You will set work goals and ensure all employees receive required training in a timely manner; identify operational requirements and make recommendations to your supervisor regarding programming, budgeting, training, administration, and evaluation of operations; and schedule patrols to maximize visitor contact with special consideration to problem areas. You will supervise and lead complex emergency medical services to park visitors and residents. In addition, you will participate in all aspects of employee supervision including performance planning and appraisals, employee recognition, and employee counseling.


    • Subject to pre-employment physical and drug testing.
    • Must possess a Type I Law Enforcement Commission.
    • Selectee will be required to carry a firearm while performing duties and maintain firearm proficiency.
    • Prior to appointment, you must be determined physically fit by an authorized government physician to perform strenuous and physically demanding duties; and also pass a medical examination (which includes vision, hearing, cardiovascular, and mobility of extremities) given by an authorized government physician. You will also be required to undergo periodic medical examinations throughout employment.
    • Prior to appointment, the people selected for these positions must be determined physically fit by an authorized physician to perform strenuous and physically demanding duties, pass a medical examination, and pass the Physical Efficiency Battery (PEB). The PEB is a fitness test consisting of five different components: 1) agility run - measures the ability to get up from the ground and sprint while changing directions; 2) bench press - measures upper body strength for one repetition; 3) 1.5 mile run - measures cardio/respiratory fitness; 4) sit and reach - measures flexibility in the lower back, legs and shoulders; and 5) body composition - measures body fat. Prior to appointment, selectees will be tested in all five components, and must pass the agility run, bench press and 1.5 mile run in the 25th percentile.
    • Wildland firefighting and other forms of field work demand a high level of fitness to safely perform arduous, day-long work in difficult environmental conditions, including steep terrain, extreme temperatures, altitude, and smoke, and to meet unforeseen emergencies. This position requires that you pass a Pack Test, a job-related test of the capacity for arduous work. It consists of a 3-mile hike with a 45-pound pack over level terrain. A time of 45 minutes, the passing score for the test, approximates an aerobic fitness score of 45, the established standard for firefighters. Applicants shall be disqualified for appointment if they fail to meet any physical requirement. Probationary or seasonal employment is subject to termination for failure to meet the 25th percentile in each of the identified component being measured.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

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