Chief of Design and Construction – Park County, WY

Chief of Design and Construction

Сalifornia State Association of Counties

Park County, WY


Date Posted:

March 3, 2023


$143,374 – $182,935 Annually


Under general direction, this position plans, organizes, directs
and manages the design and construction of public parkland,
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.
Responsibilities include strategic financing; designing and
constructing of sustainable, low impact, capital improvements,
which strengthen the integrity and resiliency of the Park
District’s infrastructure, parkland amenities and facilities,
such as nature centers, picnic areas, swim facilities, and
regional trails. Provides organizational leadership and technical
expertise for regulatory compliance and transparent contracting
of approved capital improvements on public parklands. This
position leads the implementation and contributes to the
administration of the Park District’s Five-Year Capital
Improvement Plan; and, represents the Park District with external
governmental agencies, elected officials, and various public and
private groups.


The ideal candidate will have the ability to bring about
strategic change, both within and outside the organization to
meet Park District goals. This candidate will have land design
and construction experience and have the ability to develop new
insights into situations, question conventional programs and
processes. The ideal candidate is open to change and able to
adapt to new information, changing conditions and unexpected
obstacles. This candidate will be able to deal effectively under
pressure, remain optimistic and persistent, even through
adversity and be able to recover quickly from setbacks. The ideal
candidate will excel in leading people toward meeting the Park
District’s vision, mission, and goals. The East Bay Regional Park
District (EBRPD) contains 73 parks, 55 miles of San Francisco and
Delta shorelines, 1,330 miles of park trails, and a regional
green trail transportation network of 250 miles of paved trails
all within its 125,000 acres.

How to Apply:

For more details about this opportunity, please visit the job
brochure at:
To be considered, please submit a resume, cover letter, and five
work related references (who will not be contacted in the early
stages of the recruitment) to:
Resumes should reflect years and months of position held, as well
as size of past organization(s). For additional information,
please contact: Carlo Zabala at: (510) 342-3233 Email: [email protected] Website:

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