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Park Operations Supervisor - Indian Springs Metropark
White Lake, MI
1FT Indian Springs
LOCATION: Indian Springs Metropark
BARGAINING UNIT / LEVEL: Supervisory Level 08X
SALARY RANGE: $63,712 - $68,980 annually DOQ
GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: Under the direction of the Park Operations Manager, position is responsible for technical, professional and administrative work in supervising, event planning and coordinating the activities of workers engaged in park operations.
Associate’s Degree in related field required, Bachelor’s preferred.
Two years of related experience, may be substituted for each year of college.
Two years of supervisory and four years of related experience preferred.
Event Planning experience preferred.
Must possess valid State of Michigan driver’s license and maintain an acceptable driving record.
Ability to work under stressful conditions and varied hours depending upon park demands.
Knowledge of accounting principles, budget controls, auditing, cash controls and professional standards and ethics.
Ability to use mathematics to solve problems, account for cash, design and produce financial and other reports.
Ability to work under stressful conditions and varied hours including weekends and holidays, depending upon park demands.
Knowledge of administrative and clerical procedures, filing and record management systems, computer applications such as word processing, data base programs and spreadsheets, and other office procedures.
Ability to establish effective working relationship with subordinates, co-workers, supervisors, and park visitors.
Ability to execute fair and objective performance evaluations and create a productive work environment.
Ability to prepare, analyze and maintain applicable records and reports.
Knowledge of applicable federal and state laws governing employment and business operations.
May be assigned to work in other parks and districts as needed and if necessary.
Will be required to work assigned Special Events, Weekends, Evenings and Holidays.
Will be required to adjust schedule to meet organizational needs.
Ability to perform essential duties.
Who May Apply: Open to all candidates who meet the minimum qualifications. Any current full-time employee who meets the minimum qualifications and requests a transfer into this position would be considered prior to considering other candidates. As needed, the selection process may be limited to those candidates who best match the qualifications of the position.
Applications will be accepted until the vacancy is filled.