Do you want to spend a summer in the sagebrush steppe, providing quality service, engaging interpretive programs, and fun environmental education activities to the public at City of Rocks National Reserve and Castle Rocks State Park? Join the team!
Do you like hiking through the backcountry? Do you enjoy interacting with the public? City of Rocks National Reserve/Castle Rocks State Park is looking to fill two seasonal ranger positions within the Compliance and Safety program.
City of Rocks National Reserve and Castle Rocks State Park are hiring for summer seasonal ranger positions. Pay starts at $14/hour and the jobs generally last from May to August/September. Jobs range from providing interpretive programs, to conducting raptor surveys, to maintaining the landscaping throughout the park, to assisting with camping and safety.
The Youth Conservation Corps Lead will lead a Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) Crew (4 local students aged 15-18) working on maintenance, resource, and customer service projects within City of Rocks National Reserve and Castle Rocks State Park. This is a seasonal position with an anticipated start date of May 16, 2022 and concluding on August 5, 2022.
Do you want to spend your summer in an amazing place, work outdoors, and mentor the next generation of leaders? Then this job just might be for you! This is a great job for teachers and college students on summer break.
The State of Idaho is seeking a Director to lead the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation. Parks and Recreation is dedicated to providing Idaho's citizens access to outdoor recreation in order to renew the human spirit and promote community vitality. We are innovators in outdoor recreation, committed to excellent service and resource stewardship. We foster experiences that renew the human spirit and promote community vitality.
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation is seeking to fill Park Ranger positions through the state of Idaho to provide education and information services for park visitors, maintain park facilities and grounds areas, and ensure compliance with park rules and regulations.
This position is responsible for providing leadership for a major, statewide program in support of IDPR's mission to improve the quality of life in Idaho through outdoor recreation and resource stewardship. This position plans, develops, implements, coordinates and evaluates a program that collects 90% of agency revenue.
The incumbent will report directly to the Management Services Administrator. This position will manage approximately ten full-time positions.
The Operations Division Administrator reports to the Director and serves as a member of the Department's executive management team and assists the Director with overall department planning, priorities and direction including the strategic plan, budget priorities and board initiatives.
The Operations Administrator directly manages: three Regional Park Managers; the Outdoor Recreation Bureau Chief, Natural Resource Program Manager and the statewide Education/Experience Program Supervisor.
This vacancy is located in Challis, Idaho and reports to the South/East Region Manager in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Management of the historic area is a cooperative effort with the Idaho Department of Parks & Recreation, US Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management. Overall park management includes an Interpretative Center with exhibits, displays, interpretive programs and publications depicting the rich mining history of central Idaho. Housing is available.