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Senior Park Ranger - Regular

Job ID7A-D2-52-9E-BA-71
CompanyMinistry Of Environment And Climate Change Strategy
ProvinceBritish Columbia
Date Posted2023-01-10
Posted Until2023-01-31
Job TypeFull-time
Job CategoryResource Sector
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One (1) permanent, full time position and one (1) temporary opportunity for twelve (12) months are currently available in Mount Robson. An eligibility list may be established to fill future temporary and permanent vacancies for the BC Parks Omineca section.

If you are interested in being part of a passionate and dynamic team, responsible for one of the largest parks and protected areas systems in North America, then BC Parks is where you want to work. BC Parks is responsible for the management of parks and protected areas spanning over 14 million hectares, encompassing over 1,000 provincial parks. Each region manages a variety of parks, recreation areas, conservancies, protected areas and ecological reserves, in the protection of natural and cultural values, while providing world-class outdoor recreation opportunities. These Senior Park Ranger positions work out of Mt Robson Provincial Park. Mt Robson Provincial Park is the second oldest park in the BC System and is home to the world famous Berg Lake Trail.

The primary role of the Senior Park Ranger is to serve as the front-line field contact with protected areas visitors and clients through direct delivery or supporting the delivery of the full range of park program programs. Being a Senior Park Ranger is an exciting opportunity to live, work and play in the stunning, rugged and natural beauty of BC. If you enjoy the great outdoors and have a passion for the preservation of BC's natural splendor, we encourage you to apply. Learn more about this unique role at The Great Ranger Experience - BC Parks.

The BC Public Service is committed to creating a diverse workplace to represent the population we serve and to better meet the needs of our citizens. Consider joining our team and being part of an innovative, inclusive and rewarding workplace.
Start DateAs soon as possible
Salary$58,319.24 - $66,096.20 Annually, Plus A $46.64 Isolation Allowance
Education Requirements- Undergraduate degree in natural resource management, outdoor recreation or a related field (biology, geology, resource management, recreational planning, forestry, fisheries, etc.), and one year related experience; or a two-year technical diploma in one of the above fields and three years of related experience; or secondary school graduation and a minimum of five years of related experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience totaling five years.
ExperienceExperience in natural resource management (such as ecosystem management, fish and/or wildlife management, forestry management, invasive species management, natural resource inventory and research, environmental impact assessment), cultural resource management (such as archaeological or cultural site management, archaeology, First Nation agreement management) and/or preferably parks and protected area management, encompassing a broad range of activities and initiatives related to the delivery of recreation and conservation programs and services,
Experience in outdoor recreation management (such as outdoor recreation planning, outdoor recreation facility development or operation and maintenance, outdoor recreation service delivery); and/or,
Experience in compliance and enforcement related to natural resource or recreation management.
How To ApplyClick "Apply Now" For a complete list of qualifications, more information and to apply online by January 31, 2023