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Jun 20, 2018, 13:02

Ministry of Environment & Climate Change Strategy

This position is based in North Vancouver, BC

Area Supervisor

Salary $61,358.64 - $70,016.90
annually, as of February 4, 2018

An exciting and rewarding opportunity to live, work and play in amazing BC Parks!

BC Parks is responsible for all matters related to the effective management and conservation of natural and cultural resources in provincial parks, protected areas, recreation areas, conservancies and ecological reserves throughout British Columbia.  BC Parks’ mission is to develop, promote and measure the achievement of those provincial goals for the conservation of living resources and the management of protected areas.

British Columbia’s incredible system of provincial parks offers experiences as unforgettable and diverse as the province’s natural landscape. Explore sandy beaches and majestic forests; investigate mysterious caves or paddle down peaceful rivers – an adventure awaits every visitor. BC Parks offers campsites, day-use areas, and thousands of kilometres of trails as a fun, convenient, low-cost way to explore the province; so put a little more
BC Parks in your life! 

The Area Supervisor is responsible for managing the delivery of services and activities in the areas of conservation, recreation, outreach, and division services within a complex park or group of parks, protected areas, conservancies and ecological reserves.  In this role, you represent BC Parks as the front-line contact to agencies, the general public, non-government organizations, community, businesses, other government agencies and First Nations for park specific issues.  This is a challenging and rewarding opportunity for a service-oriented natural resource specialist with comprehensive knowledge of conservation, recreation and contract management and the ability to ensure effective delivery of park operations. 

Qualifications for this role include:

·       Degree in Outdoor Recreation Management or Natural Resource Management or related degree (i.e. geography, environmental studies, etc.) and three years of directly related experience, of which a minimum is two years of park/recreation management experience and one year of natural resource management; OR,

·       Two year technical diploma in natural resource management or related diploma and five years of directly related experience, of which a minimum is two years of park/recreation management and one year of natural resource management; OR,

·       Secondary School graduation or equivalent and seven years of directly related experience, of which a minimum of five years are park/recreation management experience.

                                                              

For more information and to apply online by February 14, 2018, please go to: https://search.employment.gov.bc.ca/cgi-bin/a/highlightjob.cgi?jobid=47744

The Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) is seeking applicants for the position of Conservation Police Officer Trainee. While the Department is not yet hiring, the selection process will begin with a written exam in January with the intent to hire up to 20 officers in 2018.

Applicant testing is scheduled through the Illinois Department of Central Management Services (CMS) Examining and Counseling Division. Interested applicants should submit a CMS100 employment application to CMS, which can be found online through this link: 

https://www.illinois.gov/sites/work/Pages/CMS100_help.aspx

Applicants should also review the hiring information contained on the IDNR Law Enforcement webpage: https://www.dnr.illinois.gov/LawEnforcement/Pages/ConservationPoliceOfficerCareerOpportunities.aspx

Recreation Services Officer

 

Bring your recreational site and contract management expertise to one of these exciting opportunities with BC Parks!


Salary $60,531.87 - $69,104.56
 annually 

3 regular, full time permanent positions are currently available. 1 position in each of the following: Cultus Lake or North Vancouver, Fort St John, Williams Lake. A province-wide eligibility list may be established for future temporary and/or permanent opportunities

BC Parks is responsible for the designation, management and conservation of a system of ecological reserves, provincial parks and recreation areas located throughout the province. British Columbia’s parks and protected areas contain nationally and internationally significant natural and cultural features and outdoor experiences.

The Recreation Services Officer is responsible for managing a number of large, complex, and long-term contracts to provide a variety of services in BC Parks within the Northern and Thompson/Cariboo Regions. These multi-park contracts provide services for park visitors in campground and day use area operations and include facility maintenance, revenue collection, public safety and security, BC Parks brand/standards and customer service standards.

This is an exciting opportunity to live, work and play in the stunning, rugged and natural beauty of BC.  The successful candidates have a never-ending spirit of adventure, enjoy the great outdoors and have a passion for the preservation of BC's natural splendour.  Learn more about BC Parks at
http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/

 

Qualifications for this role include:

·       Degree in Resource Management or Natural Resource Management or related degree (e.g., geography, environmental studies) and three years of directly related experience, of which a minimum two years’ park/recreation management experience and one year of natural resource management; OR,

·       Degree in Business with focus on project and/or contract management in the Natural Resource Sector (e.g. business administration, public administration) with related experience in project and/or contract management including negotiating terms and conditions; OR,

·       Two year technical diploma in natural resource management or Parks Management, or related diploma and five years of directly related experience, of which a minimum two years’ park/recreation management and one year of natural resource management.

 

To learn more, including how to apply online by August 10, 2017 please visit:

https://search.employment.gov.bc.ca/cgi-bin/a/highlightjob.cgi?jobid=42675

  

WILDLIFE LAW ENFORCEMENT SPECIALIST I      

“OHV Officer”

FIELD OPERATIONS DIVISION / STATEWIDE LOCATIONS

FLSA- Non-Exempt / SALARY GRADE 19 (Hiring salary range $42,504-$46,096)

REQUISITION#33926 / CLOSING DATE: 11/05/2017

“MANAGING TODAY FOR WILDLIFE TOMORROW”

 

The Arizona Game & Fish Department is responsible for managing Arizona’s fish and wildlife resource as an enduring public trust. In addition, the Department is charged with promoting safe and responsible use of watercraft and off-highway vehicles. Funding is provided from the sale of licenses and permits; watercraft registration fees; federal excise taxes on firearms, fishing equipment, boats, and other sporting goods; State lottery revenues; donations on State income tax forms; and various contracts and grants. Department policy is set by the Arizona Game and Fish Commission, whose five members are appointed by the Governor.  For more information, please visit our website at www.azgfd.gov.  

TO APPLY CLICK AZSTATEJOBS.GOV

CLICK SEARCH FOR JOBS, SELECT GAME AND FISH DEPT FROM AGENCY DROPDOWN

 

Direct link: https://azstatejobs.azdoa.gov/ltmprod/xmlhttp/shorturl.do?key=23NV

 

 

Conservation Wardens are Hiring!  Apply Today at: http://wisc.jobs/public/job_view.asp?annoid=91990&jobid=91504&org=370&class=65100&index=true

The Wisconsin DNR Bureau of Law Enforcement wishes to announce its intent to recruit and hire the largest group of Conservation Wardens in years.  “Hiring 20 full time conservation wardens is the biggest class I’ve sought to hire in my career” said Lt. Jeffrey King, Assistant Training Director at the Bureau of Law Enforcement.  This new group of Conservation Wardens will be part of the Class of 2018 and will begin their journey on January 8th, 2018. 

“Do you want a career that is part of something big”, adds King?  Apply now!  Wisconsin DNR Conservation Wardens protect our natural resources, our state parks and forests, the environment, and the people who enjoy resource rich Wisconsin.  

Already have a career in law enforcement and enjoy our natural resources, please give Lt. King a call to discuss new compensation policies for incoming officers. 

 

For more information, please visit Warden Recruitment - Wisconsin DNR   

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