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Opportunity Type:

Park Ranger – PAR002918
Employment Type:  Expression of Interest for SGEU Term less than 9 months
:  SK-South Central-Buffalo Pound Provincial Park
:  027 Parks Culture and Sport
Salary Range:  $19.501-$24.440 Hourly
Grade:  SGEU.03.

Reporting to a Park Manager, the duties of a Park Ranger involve customer service located at Buffalo Pound Provincial Park. Park Rangers are responsible to ensure all park visitors, campers and cottage owners (if applicable) adhere to all park policies, regulations and procedures. They must be willing to engage park visitors and provide education in such policies as required. Rangers must also lend support to other park staff, i.e. campground and entry gate attendants; office/maintenance staff and/or conservation officers. Strong teamwork, interpersonal and problem-solving skills are required.

Selected Candidates must successfully complete verbal judo and an orientation program associated to the position, as delivered by Ministry of Environment.

A diploma/certificate/undergraduate degree in the areas of Fish, Wildlife and Recreation Management, Renewable Resource Management, Natural Resource Management or the Integrated Resource Management from an accredited post-secondary institution would be an asset.

This is not a student position, but a term position which encompasses working weekends and evenings full-time from May to September end with the possibility of working less than fulltime during the off-season.

The Park Ranger acts as an ambassador to educate the public and liaison to help park interpreter with school programming and summer recreation as well as help entry gate with campground checks and all parks’ responsibilities.

To qualify for these positions, you:

will possess a valid driver’s license;
will be required to clear a criminal record check with the Vulnerable Sector

We are committed to workplace diversity.

Hours of Work:  B – SGEU Field 37.33 – one day off every three weeks
Number of Openings
:  1

Closing Date
:  Apr 25, 2022, 11:59:00 PM

Tagged as: operations, Parks