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The CZU Lightning Complex Fire devastated public lands, not just private lands. The FIRE Program funds positions to help the whole community recover.
Are you ready to return to the workforce? Gain skills and experience with County Parks!
Funded by the National Dislocated Worker Grant
An individual eligible to receive services through this Disaster Recovery Grant must be one of the following:
Learn the principles and techniques of assisting community members using County park and recreation facilities! Park Service Officers provide routine information and assitance to community members who rent or reserve park facilities. Work schedules include weekends, holidays and evenings and may fluctuate depending on season or condition. This position is perfect for a “team player” with excellent communication skills, someone who works well with diverse groups of people and thrives in a fast-paced environment.
Full Park Service Officer Job Description LINK
County Parks manages and maintains over 60 parks and beach access points throughout the County! Park Maintenance Workers are part of an experienced team which builds, repairs, and maintains County parks. This position offers skill development in construction and landscape projects, and parks and facility maintenance. Under general supervision, Park Maintenance Workers perform maintenance work in areas such as landscaping, carpentry, plumbing, irrigation, electrical, or equipment operation and maintenance. Thanks to the work of Parks Maintenance Workers, County Parks offers clean and safe places for the public to enjoy!
Full Park Maintenance Worker Job Description LINK
Monday – Friday 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM, except holidays
Our physical office is open, but staff availability is limited as most staff members are working remotely.