Location: Twin Falls State Park

Posted: 5/25/2022


Under general supervision of the Park Superintendent, this employee will act as the resort’s Assistant Superintendent who is responsible for assisting in the management, operation, maintenance, and protection of Twin Falls Resort State Park. This individual will be responsible for assisting the Park Superintendent the daily operations of a four season resort park that includes a lodge; conference rooms; a concessioned food service operation; year-round cabins; an eighteen-hole golf course; a campground; a retail shop; a nature center; game courts; picnic sites; and picnic shelters. This individual will actively seek opportunities and solutions in increasing occupancy in the various lodging facilities through the active management of rates and packaging, and work with staff to increase group occupancy and rentals of conference facilities; will assist in creating enticing and creative overnight lodging packages, promotions, and events in order to increase visitation and interest in the park’s amenities and overnight accommodations; work to increase revenue and golf rounds at the course; work to increase retail revenue and provide quality retail merchandise that is attractive to park visitors; work to increase revenue at the park’s revenue centers; create a culture of providing superior hospitality to park visitors and ensure continued superior hospitality through the training, coaching and motivating of park staff; control expenses, hire, train, motivate, and discipline staff; prepare and approve purchases; handle and resolve customer complaints; respond to emergencies; and perform law enforcement duties. As a Special Natural Resources Police Officer, performs law enforcement activities including, but not limited to, patrolling, investigating violations of law, giving warnings, writing citations, making arrests, and prosecuting cases in court. Employee must be able to successfully complete required Special Natural Resources Police Officer (SNRPO) training and pistol qualifications as established by DNR Law Enforcement Section. SNRPO trainees will be required to pass a one-time background investigation, pre employment polygraph examination, psychiatric evaluation, and physical examination. As a condition of employment as a Park Superintendent, successful candidate must either reside in park provided housing or if housing is not available on site, must live within a specified distance and receive $1,000 a month in lieu of housing. The agency reserves the right and authority to permanently transfer the employee holding this position to another position of equal classification and pay grade within and throughout the Parks and Recreation Section based on the business needs of the agency. Serves as Ranger Style rule/law enforcement officer on the area of assignment through presence and by performing guest education, patrol, issuing warnings, and citations. Employee will be required to wear assigned Superintendent uniform and follow all uniform standards. Performs related duties as assigned. Regular attendance is required.

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For more information about the job, click here. Please attach documents to the online application before submitting, or you may email it to applicantservices@wv.gov or mail to WV Divisions of Personnel, 1900 Kanawha Blvd. E., Building 3, Suite 500, Charleston, WV 25305. Online application is available here.

Closing Date: 06/09/2022 at 11:59 p.m.