Assistant Park Ranger - Northern Region - Multi Seasonal 2021

Maine, United States | Parks and Recreation | Full-time

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ASSISTANT PARK RANGER – Northern Region Locations (seasonal)

Open:  March 3, 2021                  Close: Until Filled

 

BRIEF JOB DESCRIPTION: Class Code 9209 - Range 08; Pay: $12.16/hour; 40 hours weekly.  This is maintenance and personal services work in providing services to park users at a state park or day use area. Work may also include directing and overseeing the activities of a small crew of maintenance and operations personnel. Work is performed under general supervision.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge and/or experience in park maintenance and operations or equivalent. Valid Class C Maine motor vehicle operator’s license prior to completing permanent status.

Preference will be given to candidates with demonstrated customer service and verbal communication skills while interacting with the public.

 

ASSISTANT PARK RANGER – vacancies that will be open this year listed below

PARK LOCATION

POS #

START DATE

END DATE

WKS

SEND APPLICATIONS TO

PARK ADDRESS – OR – email address

 

 

 

 

Lamoine State Park

0351

05/23/21

08/14/21

12

Haylee Parsons, Park Manager, 23 State Park Road, Lamoine, ME  04605; Haylee.Parsons@maine.gov

 

Lamoine State Park

6510

05/16/21

09/11/21

17

Haylee Parsons, Park Manager, 23 State Park Road, Maine, ME  04605; Haylee.Parsons@maine.gov

 

 

The following general information pertains to seasonal employment at Maine State Parks:

  • Applicants must be 18 years of age or older (Lifeguards must be 16 or older)
  • Applicants must be U.S. Citizens or have legal authority to work in the U.S.
  • Housing is required in the Penobscot River Corridor and the Allagash Wilderness Waterway.
  • In general, housing is not available at the other parks.
  • Most positions are scheduled to work 40 hours each week, with weekends and some holidays required.
  • Parks seasonal positions are required to wear uniforms which are provided by the agency.

 

Since many of our parks are seasonal, park staff may not be available to take your call during the early spring months. If you are unable to contact the park manager at a park; please contact Patty MacAlister at 207-941-4821.