Vacancy Announcement: The Minnesota Division of Parks and Trails is currently seeking a Park Supervisor at Cascade River State Park. We seek employees with a strong customer service philosophy and an attitude of helpfulness, and the abillitytoactindependently. TheDNRisaninclusive,diverseagencythatpridesitselfoncommitment to sustainability and giving back to the community. This is an unlimited (year-round) full-time (100%) position. Hours will be primarily day hours; days of work will vary and include evenings, weekends and holidays. This position is anticipated to be FLSA - Exempt year-round.
Working Title: NR Supv 3 Parks & Trails - Park Supervisor Job Class: Natural Resources Supervisor 3 Parks & Trails Agency: MN Department of Natural Resources
Job ID: 61509
Location: _Cascade River State Park
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Who May Apply: Open to all qualified job seekers
Date Posted: 03/15/2023
Closing Date: 04/04/2023
Hiring Agency/Seniority Unit: Natural Resources Dept / Natural Resource-MMA
Division/Unit: DNR Parks & Trails Reg 2 / PAT-R2 Cascade River
Work Shift/Work Hours: Rotating Shift
Days of Work: Monday - Friday
Travel Required: No
Salary Range: $30.48 - $44.13 / hourly; $63,642 - $92,143 / annually
Classified Status: Classified
Bargaining Unit/Union: 216 - Middle Management Association/MMA
FLSA Status: Exempt - Executive
Telework Eligible: No
Designated in Connect 700 Program for Applicants with Disabilities: Yes
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The division of Parks and Trails is currently seeking a Park Supervisor at Cascade River State Park. We seek employees with a strong customer service philosophy and an attitude of helpfulness, and the abillitytoactindependently. TheDNRisaninclusive,diverseagencythatpridesitselfoncommitment to sustainability and giving back to the community. This is an unlimited (year-round) full-time (100%) position. Hours will be primarily day hours; days of work will vary and include evenings, weekends and holidays. This position is anticipated to be FLSA - Exempt year-round.
The position is responsible for the administration, supervision and implementation of Department of Natural Resources' and Division of Parks and Trails' programs, activities, policies and rules pertaining to the operation of Cascade River State Park, Judge C.R. Magney State Park, Kodonce River State Wayside Park, Devils Track Falls State Wayside Park, Grand Portage State Forest Recreation Areas, and Pat Bayle State Forest Recreation Areas. This position exists to provide direct supervisory work in the management and operation of two exceptional north shore of Lake Superior state parks, recreation areas, and outdoor recreation and natural resources management programs. The incumbent directs and administers division programs, activities, budgets and rules.
Exercise authority in supervising staff and equitably administering labor plans and agreements.
Administer fiscal management, planning, policy development, and grant administration activities, in collaboration with others as needed.
Collaborate with others to direct administration of resource management programs.
Direct the design and implementation of development, maintenance, operational, real estate,
and rehabilitation activities and programs.
Administer and direct enforcement, emergency, visitor, and public relations services and activities.
Conduct other duties as assigned.
Perform all job responsibilities in a manner that supports a healthy, safe, and productive and
inclusive work environment for all employees.
Current (ONE YEAR) experience as a Natural Resources Supervisor 3 – Parks, or NR Area Supervisor T&W.
Writing and oral communication skills sufficient to effectively convey work plans, proposals, and reports to individuals and groups across multiple levels in an organization.
Oral communication skills sufficient to communicate work requirements to individuals and groups.
• Bachelor’s or advanced degree in Natural Resources Management, Parks and Recreation, Natural Science, Communications, public relations, business management, political science, public administration, social science, education, interpretation, or closely related field and TWO YEARS professional level experience in a natural resources setting, agency or organization; including budget development and fiscal management, work planning and partnership and visitor management experience and TWO YEARS of supervisory or professional lead work experience in a governmental agency; or in a natural resource setting, organization or agency.
Organizational and administrative skills sufficient to independently organize diverse elements of work and perform tasks within administrative requirements.
Project management skills sufficient to ensure projects are organized, tracked and completed on a timely basis.
Ability to work collaboratively, develop meaningful relationships, and uphold the culture of respect.
Demonstrated fiscal skills sufficient to administer complex budgets, track expenditures and revenue.
Ability to comprehend and enforce laws, rules, policies and procedures.
Knowledge of natural and cultural resource requirements, including resource protection
and interpretive programs.
Understanding of safety requirements as they relate to working with a variety of equipment and machinery.
Word processing skills sufficient to draft memos, letters, etc.
Spreadsheet skills sufficient to create, modify and manipulate spreadsheet data.
Ability to perform physically demanding tasks and operate in adverse and extreme environments.
Ability to operate and maintain a variety of vehicles, shop and office equipment.
Ability to treat employees inclusively in the areas of accommodation, scheduling, expectations,
individualized resource needs, training, and development.
Experience in customer service and/or public relations.
Conflict resolution skills/experience.
Experience with sustainable trail design, construction, and maintenance.
Two or more years managing complex budgets.
Two or more years in facilities management, including complex water and sewer systems.
Two or more years of direct supervisory experience. (To include lead worker and work out of class experience) training coordinating, managing the performance, and directing other staff, volunteers, or others on resource or recreation projects.
Experience with managing and responding to emergency situations.
Experience developing professional relationships within and across multiple governmental and
resource management agencies.
Medium Work - occasionally lifting articles such as 50 pound bags maximum and frequently lifting and/or carrying objects such as heavy tools and file boxes. This job may require walking or standing to a significant degree on rough terrain or may involve sitting most of the time with pushing and pulling of arm and/or leg controls.
This position requires an unrestricted Class D Driver’s License with a clear driving record.
It is policy of the Department of the Natural Resources that all candidates submit to a background check prior to employment. The background check may consist of the following components:
Employment Reference Check
SEMA4 Records Check
Criminal History Check
Conflict of Interest Review
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91% of employees feel trusted to do their jobs
88% of employees feel equipped to look at situations from other cultural perspectives when doing their job
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Public pension plan
Training and professional development
Paid vacation and sick leave
11 paid holidays each year
Paid parental leave
Low-cost medical and dental coverage
Prescription drug coverage
Wellness programs and resources
Employer paid life insurance
Short-term and long-term disability
Health care spending and savings accounts
Dependent care spending account
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Federal Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness Program
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