Applications are being accepted for a permanent part-time Natural Resource Assistant and a permanent part-time Park Maintenance Technician. Applications along with a cover letter and résumé are required for both of these positions and must be mailed to or dropped off at Hancock Park District, 1424 East Main Cross Street, Findlay, Ohio 45840 (Monday-Friday from 8 AM to 4:30 PM) or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed to 419-423-5811. These positions are open until filled. The Hancock Park District is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer.
NATURAL RESOURCE ASSISTANT
The Natural Resource Assistant is responsible for assisting the Natural Resource Manager with managing and restoring natural resources and ecosystems, sustaining and supporting fish, wildlife, and plant communities, and coordinating environmental stewardship and monitoring activities. The position pays $10.30 an hour. The Natural Resource Assistant works a maximum of 416 hours a year. Benefits include one paid personal day each year after six months of employment and a pension plan through the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS).
PARK MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
The Park Maintenance Technician works predominately on weekends, but also on some weekdays and occasional holidays. Weekend work consists in large part with checking and maintaining rental facilities prior to the arrival of renters and guests, and park visitors in general, removing trash and recyclable material from all applicable parks throughout the Hancock Park System, and enforcing land and water use regulations on a situational basis (e.g. be aware of what’s happening in the parks, inform, educate, and encourage voluntary compliance with park regulations, and seek assistance from sworn law enforcement officers when public safety is in question and when certain laws are being broken). Positive and professional interaction with park visitors is an essential duty of the position. The Park Maintenance Technician position is generally responsible for maintaining grounds, facilities, buildings, vehicles, and equipment; planning, recommending, and implementing park improvement projects, and working independently or with full-time, part-time, and seasonal Park Operations Department staff and volunteers. The position pays $16,000.00 based on a maximum of 1,000 hours a year at $16.00 an hour. Benefits include one paid personal day each year after six months of employment and a pension plan through the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS).