AND PARK DIRECTOR
Salary Range DH29
This classification serves as department head of the land department and performs administrative/management duties in planning, organizing, directing, and evaluating all department programs involving property acquisition and management, as well as forest and forest land management, protection, and development; serves as liaison between the County and Woodlands Advisory Committee and the community.
EXAMPLES OF PRINCIPLE DUTIES
(Duties assigned to this classification include, but are not limited to, the following examples.)
revenue to the
3. Prepare and
5. Manage real
6. Serve as liaison between County and Woodlands Advisory Committee. Represent the department in community to promote programs. Respond to, and effectively resolve, inquiries, complaints or problems affecting services.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND ABILITY REQUIRED OF THIS POSITION
Knowledge of: Thorough knowledge of theories, principles, practices, and procedures of forest management; thorough knowledge of principles, methods, and techniques of effective administration including public relations, personnel management, and fiscal management to develop, implement, and evaluate programs; thorough knowledge of real property appraisal and determining values; thorough knowledge of federal, state, and county rules, regulations, and ordinances that govern forest and forest land management and property appraisal and acquisition; considerable knowledge of legal records preparation involved in real property acquisition; considerable knowledge of timber sale plans and specification preparation. Ability to:
both oral and
requests and grant
and reports; make
applicable and use
motivate and lead
calm and use good
federal, state and
landowners and the
Education, experience and training:
related field with
includes two years
experience OR a
training. At the
possess a valid
SUPERVISORY CONTROLS OF THIS POSITION
This classification is appointed by and serves at the pleasure of the Board of Commissioners.
This classification supervises forestry
manager, and has final responsibility for work performed by the department.
Work is performed within established departmental policy and procedures; state and county statutes, rules, regulations, orders, resolutions and ordinances; management, personnel and financial theories, principles and practices; accepted land management procedures within the profession; personnel rules; real estate, forestry and engineering reference manuals. Incumbent remains current on guidelines and uses independent, seasoned judgment. As department head, can implement or revise departmental policy.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT
Regular and consistent attendance is required. Work is performed primarily in an office environment; work is generally sedentary and requires hearing voice conversation and keyboarding; infrequent field inspections may require walking uneven terrain and climbing. A reasonable amount of driving is required.