This position is a permanent seasonal 13/13 position located on the Tahoe National Forest.Learn more about this agency
The incumbent performs work in support of the unit's recreation program. Responsible for implementing both annual and long-term work plans for developed recreation sites (campgrounds, day use sites, recreation residences, etc.) both developed and dispersed.
For additional information about the duties of this position, please contact Mallory Steffen at (530) 288-3231 ext. 225 or email@example.com.
- Duties are listed at full performance level GS-06:
- Prepare annual updates of work needed and cost to bring recreation site conditions and operations up to full standard.
- Participate in the development of the Unit?s annual recreation work plans.
- Recommend strategies on potential recreation problems arising from changing use patterns and new activities.
- Maintain recreation facilities such as toilets, road closure gates, hand pumps, water systems, picnic tables, fire rings, barriers, dumpsters and other miscellaneous structures.
- Assist in the implementation of recreation operation and maintenance plans including hand pumps/water systems for developed and dispersed recreation sites.
- Make repairs, remove or replace facilities, or close areas of facilities when hazards cannot be promptly eliminated.
- Schedule daily activities, including establishing maintenance schedules in order to inspect cleanup operations based on recreation operation and maintenance plans.
- Patrol management unit to collect use data, identify or correct unsafe conditions, answer visitor inquiries, and prevent vandalism.
- Protect the scene of any incidents and relinquish control to police or other law enforcement officials.
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