The California Parks Company Quagga Inspector in Los Gatos, California
The California Parks Company is a privately owned award winning park, resort, retail and event management company based in Fairfield, California. Since 1975, The California Parks Company has been providing our superior level of service and commitment as concessionaires to our partners in local, state and national agencies.
We are committed to exceeding the expectations of these partners, as well as our day-to-day clients and customers. We are proud to have achieved, and will continue to maintain, our position as the premier provider of comprehensive recreational, retail, hospitality and event management services in California.
QUAGGA INSPECTION SERVICES is a vessel inspection program located in Santa Clara County. We currently operate at five boating reservoirs spanning nearly 50 miles. Coyote Reservoir in Gilroy, Anderson Reservoir in Morgan Hill, Calero Reservoir in San Jose, Lexington Reservoir in Los Gatos and Stevens Creek Reservoir in Cupertino each offer their own distinct scenery and boating activities.
In 2008 QIS identified the need for providing thorough inspection services in response to the growing concern of invasive aquatic species entering the lakes and rivers across the United States. With a fully infested lake a mere 27 miles from Santa Clara County Reservoirs, our endeavors to protect our local waterways are more important than ever.
- Agency Relationship
Maintain professional relationship with all agency staff. Absolutely no fraternization is allowed.
Be responsive to all Dept. of Fish & Game/Agency inquiries and use communications tools in a professional manner.
- Training and Safety
Work in a safe manner at all times. Ensure personal understanding of agency and company safety policies, procedures and objectives. Know and understand the Work Safety Rules of the company.
Attend all training and safety meetings and maintain all procedures and practices inaccordance with all written instructions.
- Inspection Protocols
Follow all written protocols with each vessel inspected.
Remain professional in conduct relative to the general public. Refer any questions of procedures or practices to your supervisor.
Be aware of and knowledgeable of the DFG latest instructions and announcementsregarding the invasive species. Learn about and distribute the boater education materials provided.
Help boaters to care for their craft by providing tips and post inspection suggestionsfor further implementation.
Be mindful of the investment boaters have made in their equipment and treat it with great care when boarding and inspecting the vessel.
Immediately report quagga mussel discovery in any stage to local DFG and Agency, and prevent release of vessel to owner.
Report any public belligerence to the Rangersas soon as possible, remaining out of harm and backing down from confrontation at all times.
- Park and Inspection Facility Maintenance
Through frequent inspections and walk around of the general area, ensure facilities and equipment
are kept clean and in good repair.
Monitor all maintenance projects that need attention and inform project supervisor.
Follow Agency requirements for maintaining landscape, buildings and the ramp.
- Customer Relations
Remain professional and objective at all times. A friendly demeanor is required.
Resolve concerns of boaters if possible by instruction regarding the threat of quagga infestation and ways to pass inspections in the future.
Complete your time card each day and sign at end of shift on last work day of pay period.
Make note in the log of materials consumed including forms, bands, water, etc.
Provide accurate and timely data entry into the QID system, emphasis on inspection failures.
The California Parks Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.
Req No.: 2017-1376
External Company URL: http://www.calparksco.com/