Job Specification

Position Title:
Job Code:
41104 - Resource Technician 3
Job ID:

Purpose of Position :

As a member of the Turkey Point /Long Point Provincial Park team, under the general supervision of the Assistant Park Superintendent, provides group
leadership for a variety of technical duties and program responsibilities associated with the day-today operation of the gateway campground and
resource management activities within the Turkey Point and Long Point Provincial Parks.

Duties / Responsibilities :

1. Provides group leadership for technical, operational and monitoring duties for the successful day-today operation of the campground by: - directing
and assisting campground staff with park operations such as maintenance, fee collection, natural heritage education, enforcement as per provincial
legislation, regulations, policies and procedures; - assisting in the preparation of work plans and in the full implementation of approved work programs; -
preparing and keeping current annual operating strategies and emergency plans; - preparing written correspondence, answering written and verbal
inquiries from interest groups, public and other government agencies; - acting as project supervisor or contract administrator for capital projects; -
ensuring campground facilities are operational and a high standard of public safety is maintained; - preparing administrative and legal reports; - ordering
equipment and supplies; - maintaining park operations within assigned budgets; - ensuring client satisfaction; - handling complaints, both oral and
written, and referring problems to the Assistant Park Superintendent; - enforcing provincial statutes (i.e. Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves Act, Liquor License Act, Highway Traffic Act, etc.); - documenting warnings, laying charges, attending court as required; - maintaining an accurate
record of all enforcement activities, compiling occurrence, seizure reports; - promoting user compliance with park rules through public contact; -
assisting the Assistant Superintendent with staff hiring, training, scheduling, discipline and performance appraisals; - advising workers of actual and
potential dangers in the workplace and required precautions. 2. Performs other duties as assigned, such as: - assisting other members of the park team
during vacation/illness and other peak workloads; - assisting other Ministry program areas as required. Note: The incumbent shall, while in the
workplace, conduct themselves in compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and any workplace practices as directed by their immediate
supervisor. The incumbent shall report any hazards of which they are aware to their immediate supervisor.

Staffing and Licencing :

Ability to be designated as a Park Warden and meet Ministry certification criteria and standards in use of force. Valid Class G drivers License.
Valid Emergency First Aid Certificate.

Knowledge :

Good working knowledge of resource management principles and techniques as they apply to parks as well as relevant acts, regulations, policies,
procedures and guidelines. Good working knowledge of park management techniques, programs, services and operating regulations. Knowledge of
Ministry purchasing and accounting policies, procedures and best business practices. Knowledge of and ability to use personal computers including
word processing, record keeping, reservation, electronic mail and internet software applications. Working knowledge and skill in the maintenance of a
variety of office and light powered equipment such as lawnmowers, chainsaws, boats, small hand tools, etc. Working knowledge of general building,
grounds keeping and utility maintenance. Good working knowledge of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and those regulations made under the
act that apply to the workplace and the work being performed.

Skills :

Strong leadership, interpersonal organizational, mathematical, oral and written communication skills. Ability to work independently, follow and carry out instructions, work shifts, weekends and statutory holidays as per schedule.

Freedom of Action :

Position hires, provides direction and recommends discipline to fixed term and student employees. Position responsible for collection and safekeeping of campground revenues and ensuring business practices are followed. Position is responsible for work planning, scheduling of staff, procurement of supplies, report preparation and record keeping. Position responsible, under the supervision of the Assistant Superintendent, for the park enforcement program.

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