As the Director for the Department of Parks and Preservation you will become the leader of a dynamic team that is wildly passionate about the preservation of agricultural and open lands and the management and use of the County’s parks and trails. They must be dedicated to engaging the community to Explore Nature, Heritage, Community.
The ideal candidate is a persuasive communicator that will encourage teamwork within the department and collaboration with other departments, partner organizations and outside agencies. They must be able to articulate the vision and the direction of the department as it fits into the County’s strategic business plan and listen to others to develop strategies to further the department’s goals and objectives. The ideal candidate will embrace the reality that change is inevitable and will always have a positive attitude and open-minded professionalism, especially in stressful situations.
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in public administration, recreation, natural resource management, environmental studies or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Ten years of government or related experience.