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Park Ranger Trainee

Salary: $13.25-$16.18 hourly / $2,305-$2,814 monthly / Range: 4514

DEFINITION: Under immediate supervision, to learn groundskeeping and facilities maintenance at grounds and parks; and to perform related duties as required.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: Park Ranger Trainee incumbents receive instruction in groundskeeping and facilities maintenance and may progress to either the Park Ranger I-Grounds or Park Ranger I class after six months or more.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: Learns and performs groundskeeping and semi-skilled maintenance duties; mows, weeds, waters, edges, renovates and fertilizes lawns; prunes; collects and removes brush, leaves and other debris; identifies and reports lawns and plant problems; monitors and adjusts irrigation systems; picks up litter; collects trash; cleans walkways, restrooms, chemical toilets and other park facilities; operates and performs routine servicing on a variety of hand tools, power tools and light equipment including weed whips, backpack blowers, riding and push mowers, rototillers and ground sweepers; learn semi-skilled maintenance work such as repairing faucets, replacing sprinkler heads, painting, fixing picnic benches, unclogging drains and pouring concrete; checks visitors into parks, collects fees, issues permits and assigns use areas; and provides visitor information regarding park services, features and fees.

EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS: Any combination of training, education and experience that would provide the required and knowledge and abilities.

Possession of valid California Class C Driver's License.

Ability to: learn the use and routine servicing of hand tools, power tools and light equipment used in groundskeeping; learn the basic materials and methods used in groundskeeping and cleaning; learn common plant types and problem symptoms; understand and follow simple oral and written instructions; deal tactfully and effectively with the public; learn, understand and convey park rules and regulations; add, subtract and multiply dollar amounts and whole numbers; learn methods used in receiving, accurately recording and safeguarding money.

 



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