Jordan Lake State Recreation Area
This park ranger provides educational programming, natural resource management, law enforcement/emergency services, seasonal and permanent employee supervision, administration, operations, and maintenance. This ranger will supervise one journey level ranger and when required serve as acting park superintendent. This ranger will lead interpretive and educational activities for the public regarding the ecology and history of the park. The ranger will manage the park's boundary line maintenance program, monitor natural resources, serve as the park contact for public information requests, and will research assigned natural resources, develop and implement resource management plans and I&E programs. This ranger is a commissioned law enforcement officer and will enforce state laws and park regulations through patrol, education, warnings, citations, and arrests. This ranger performs and directs emergency medical response and emergency rescue on the park and provides assistance to other agencies. This ranger will have responsibilities for routine maintenance and minor repairs, with an emphasis on paddle trail and day use facility maintenance. Operational duties include issuing camping permits, opening and closing facilities, and purchasing equipment and supplies. The ranger will manage the facility conditions of assigned park areas and lead or participate in assigned collateral duties. This position will be required to obtain a captains license and participate in ferry operations as needed. This ranger will assist other park rangers, office staff and maintenance staff with their assignments when more manpower is needed or staff is absent.