Thank you for your interest in employment with the Hesperia Recreation and Park District. Current job vacancies will be listed below.
Part Time Maintenance Worker I
Perform a wide variety of duties involving park maintenance including grounds, restrooms, golf course, and lake. Experience in grounds maintenance preferred. Hours and duties will vary; will be required to work weekends and holidays.
Up to 19 hours a week.
High school graduate or equivalent. District application required. No online submissions will be accepted. Pass fingerprint and background screening and possess valid CA Driver License. Applications and additional information may be obtained at Lime Street Park Community Center, 16292 Lime Street, Hesperia, CA.
EOEPart Time Maintenance Work I.pdf
Part Time Park Ranger
$11.50/hr. until successful completion of initial training.
$15.00/hr. after successful completion of initial training.
Under the direction of the General Manager or his designee, the Park Ranger shall be responsible for patrolling park facilities and grounds to ensure a positive family atmosphere and provide for the safety and security of park patrons, employees, and District property.
Up to 19 hours per week. A variety of days and times will be required. Possible days, nights, weekends, and holidays could be required at different locations throughout the community.
Per California Law – Applicant must be 21 years of age, or older.
Must possess and submit copies with your application:
- Valid P.O.S.T. 832(a) certificate
- Valid California Class C driver's license
- Current First Aid/CPR certification
- High School Diploma or equivalent
- P.O.S.T. Level II certificate
District application required. No online submissions will be accepted. Applications and additional information may be obtained at Lime Street Park Community Center, 16292 Lime Street, Hesperia, CA.
All applications will be screened and only those candidates who best match the needs of the District will be invited to compete further in the examination process.
EOEPart TIme Park Ranger 6-2018