East Bay Regional Park District

The East Bay Regional Park District is a system of beautiful parklands and trails in Alameda and Contra Costa counties east of San Francisco. The system comprises 119,000 acres in 65 parks, including over 1,250 miles of trails. We acquire, manage, and preserve natural and cultural resources for all to enjoy now and into the future. Our parks are ideal for healthful recreation and environmental education. We invite you to enjoy hiking, biking, picnicking, horseback riding, camping, fishing, golfing, boating and nature study in our parks.
 

10 job(s) at East Bay Regional Park District

East Bay Regional Park District Oakland, CA, USA
Sep 12, 2017
Full Time
East Bay Regional Park District (Park District) is conducting an extensive search for an experienced and highly energetic professional to serve as the new Chief of Design & Construction. Reporting directly to the Assistant General Manager of Acquisition, Stewardship and Development Division, the Chief of Design & Construction plans, organizes, directs, and manages the design and construction of public parkland and recreational facilities and amenities within a framework of an environmental ethic in support of the Park District's mission of preservation and conservation of natural and cultural resources. The ideal candidate will have exceptional leadership skills along with the ability to balance public involvement, transparency, and aggressive timetables with an appreciation for nature, open space, and public parks. This position requires a Bachelor's degree and 6 years of experience in the design of public park-type facilities with 4 years at the middle management level; an engineering or architecture license from the State of California is preferred. The salary range for this position is $143,208 to $182,749 with possible future merit steps up to $211,557. The Park District also offers an attractive benefits package including CalPERS retirement.
East Bay Regional Park District Oakland, CA, USA
Sep 14, 2017
Full Time
Under close supervision, will attend a California Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) approved Basic Academy to successfully complete the course of study necessary to gain Peace Officer status in the State of California. Academic progress and physical achievement are closely monitored during this training period. This is an entry level classification and a non-sworn position which has no police officer powers. Upon successful completion of the required course of study in a POST Basic Academy, incumbents may be accepted as a sworn Peace Officer. This class is distinguished from Police Officer, which is a sworn classification with Peace Officer authorities.
East Bay Regional Park District Oakland, CA, USA
Sep 14, 2017
Full Time
Under close supervision, will attend a California Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) approved Basic Academy to successfully complete the course of study necessary to gain Peace Officer status in the State of California. Academic progress and physical achievement are closely monitored during this training period. This is an entry level classification and a non-sworn position which has no police officer powers. Upon successful completion of the required course of study in a POST Basic Academy, incumbents may be accepted as a sworn Peace Officer. This class is distinguished from Police Officer, which is a sworn classification with Peace Officer authorities.
East Bay Regional Park District Oakland, CA, USA
Aug 30, 2017
Full Time
Under direction, to perform work related to real property appraisal and negotiations leading to the acquisition of title and other interests in land for public parks, recreation, open space and trail purposes; to negotiate, prepare and manage easements, licenses, permits, leases and other property rights; and to do other related work as required.
East Bay Regional Park District Oakland, CA, USA
Sep 14, 2017
Full Time
Under general supervision, but often operating independently, serves as a peace officer and performs a wide variety of police services and public assistance; performs related duties in accordance with the District's Mission.
East Bay Regional Park District Oakland, CA, USA
Sep 14, 2017
Full Time
Under general supervision, but often operating independently, serves as a peace officer and performs a wide variety of police services and public assistance; performs related duties in accordance with the District's Mission.
East Bay Regional Park District Oakland, CA, USA
Mar 22, 2017
Seasonal
The intent of the Interpretive Student Aide program is to provide currently enrolled high school and college students with an excellent opportunity to work as a para-professional and to provide public information in a park visitor center and surrounding parklands. These paid positions are designed for students considering a career in environmental education, naturalist, cultural history, or park professions while supplementing their current coursework in natural science and/or cultural history. In addition to gaining natural and cultural history information relating to parks, students will develop interpretive skills in this training position.
East Bay Regional Park District Oakland, CA, USA
Sep 14, 2017
Full Time
East Bay Regional Park District (Park District) is offering a rewarding opportunity for an experienced, highly energetic, and forward-thinking planning professional to become the Chief of Planning & GIS. Reporting directly to the Assistant General Manager of Acquisition, Stewardship and Development Division, the Chief of Planning & GIS is the Park District's primary steward in open space protection, natural resource conservation, and planning for regional recreation amenities with intergovernmental and regulatory agencies, and various public and private groups. Top candidates will have a proven record of accomplishments in successful stakeholder engagement on land use planning matters of conservation and preservation or climate action planning with well-honed project management skills and a collaborative style. Department oversight includes three units (Advance Planning, Current Planning, and GIS Services) with 15 FTEs positions. The ideal candidate will be a dynamic leader with strong public service and environmental preservation ethics along with broad knowledge in a variety of key areas including master plans, land use, urban planning regulations, natural resource protection, and CEQA environmental laws. This position requires a Bachelor's degree and 6 years of experience with 4 years of management responsibilities. The salary range is $143,208 to $182,749 with possible future merit steps up to $211,557. The District also offers an attractive benefits package including CalPERS retirement.
East Bay Regional Park District Oakland, CA, USA
May 26, 2017
Seasonal
The Public Safety Student Aide program provides college students with an opportunity to work closely with Police, Fire and Lifeguard Services to provide administrative assistance to various departments at the District's Public Safety Headquarters located in Castro Valley. These paid positions are designed for students considering a career as a police officer, firefighter, dispatcher or other public safety professional. Students earn a competitive salary while gaining experience in law enforcement and fire/rescue service. Regular rotation of assignments allows students to vary their exposure. In addition, opportunities for field assignments and training are available.
East Bay Regional Park District Oakland, CA, USA
Feb 16, 2017
Full Time
The East Bay Regional Park District is seeking two qualified candidates to work as an Administrative Analyst II - Maintenance and Skilled Trades. One Admin Analyst II position reports to the Contract/Encroachment Supervisor in the MAST department at Peralta Oaks and will be responsible for the administration of maintenance contracts including developing scopes, specifications, managing the bidding process and inspections. This position will report to the main office at Peralta Oaks in Oakland, but will be assigned to field work as needed. Projects will be assigned that require basic knowledge of construction trades including carpentry, plumbing, painting and roofing. Project responsibilities include, but are not limited to; determining repair and maintenance methods, selecting materials and estimating costs, writing specifications, preparing contract documents, administering contracts, administering encroachment permits and performing inspections as the project coordinator. In addition this Administrative Analyst II will routinely provide general administrative support for various District Maintenance programs. Incumbent should be able to work independently on multiple projects. Qualifications should include a familiarity with construction techniques, a good knowledge of paving systems, experience with District contracting processes, experience with computers and data gathering methods, good record keeping skills and good verbal and written communication. Projects may require Board authorization, coordination with other cities, local governments, and permitting agencies. One Admin Analyst II position reports to the Maintenance Superintendent in the MAST department at the South County Corporation yard in Castro Valley and will primarily be assigned projects related to the management, preservation and repair of asphalt pavements, which includes paved trails, roadways and parking lots. Additional projects will be assigned that requires a knowledge of other building and construction trades. Project responsibilities include, but are not limited to: defining the Districts paving network, performing regular condition surveys, determining repair and maintenance methods, selecting materials and estimating costs; designing, managing and administering high level contracts, including performing construction inspection as the project manager. In addition, this Administrative Analyst II will routinely perform computer data entry, data analysis, and budget administration. This position will exercise a regard for District guidelines related to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and other District policies. Projects may require Board authorization, coordination with other cities, local governments, and permitting agencies.