Recreation Resources Service Is Hiring!

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Recreation Resources Service (RRS) within the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management at NC State University is seeking qualified applicants for a Regional Recreation ConsultantRRS was established for the specific purpose of providing assistance to public and private segments of the leisure service industry within North Carolina, including municipal and county park and recreation departments, nonprofit agencies, private recreation agencies, recreation consumer groups, and recreation and park board and commission members. This position will be responsible for providing field administration for the NC Parks and Recreation Trust Fund and Land & Water Conservation Fund grant programs as well as providing up-to-date information and technical assistance to the citizens of North Carolina regarding parks, recreation, and tourism with direct responsibility for an assigned service region in central NC.

Relevant post-Baccalaureate degree, or Bachelor’s degree plus five or more years of substantive relevant independent experience and education required. Master’s degree in parks and recreation or related field and at least two years of work experience in public park and recreation management or related field, and Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP) certification is desired. Questions can be directed to Dr. Charlynne Smith, Director of Recreation Resources Service, Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management, NC State,, please note that applications will only be accepted at the link below.

For the full position posting and instructions for applicants, please see Regional Recreation Consultant – Parks, Recreation & Tourism Mg.

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Ann Savage, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionAnn SavageTourism Extension Assoc Call Ann Email Ann Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management
NC State Extension, NC State University
Updated on Apr 13, 2021
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