Chief Park Warden

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Wed May 31 20:36:02 EDT 2000


Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced persons
to fill the post of Chief Parks Warden on the Coastal Resource Management
Project, Department of Environment and Coastal Resources. The Chief Parks
Warden will be based in Providenciales and report directly to the Project
Manager of the Coastal Resource Management Project.

Main Duties: Responsible for day to day implementation of park management
programs, enforcement of National Parks Regulations and the use and
maintenance of equipment purchased for the National Parks System.

Main Activities:
i.	Preparation of weekly duty rosters for the park wardens;
ii.	Coordinate and  Carryout surveillance, patrolling, and enforcement
of national park regulations;
iii.	Coordinate and conduct outreach programs for park users; 
iv.	Supervise maintenance of boats, engines, moorings, marker buoys,
park signs and other park infrastructure and facilities;
v.	Assist with the implementation of the scientific monitoring program
and the environmental education program;
vi.	Assist with tasks associated with the National Environmental Center
including giving guided tours;
vii.	Coordinate data collection on park users and preparation of user
survey reports;
viii.	Supervise the work of junior staff;
ix.	Assist the Project Manager in administrative duties;
x.	Any other tasks as may be assigned by the Project Manager 

Salary:	$19,528.44 per annum and allowances 

Qualifications: The applicant must be a University Graduate with a
Bachelor's Degree in Biology, Environmental Management, Sociology or some
other related discipline or have at least have six (6) years working in
the field of protected areas management. The person must hold a valid
driver's license, be a certified diver and be verse with boats.

Applications giving full details of qualifications and experience should
be sent to the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Natural Resources,
Government Office, Grand Turk via mail or fax (649) 946 2751. Applications
should reach no later than June 15th, 2000.

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