Careers Opportunities and Job Openings

  • Career Opportunities

    WRPA agencies can have their full-time career opportunity posted on this site for free.  Job Postings are $50 for non-WRPA Agencies. Send your full time career opportunity to WRPA Webmaster.  Please include date for job posting to be removed. 

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  • Casper Parks & Recreation – Recreation Supervisor (Aquatics)

    Casper Parks and Recreation Department is now taking applications for a Recreation Supervisor (Aquatics).

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  • City of Laramie Parks and Recreation Aquatics Division

    Ideal candidates will be highly motivated professionals eager to put their skills to work in a progressive community and department.

    The City of Laramie Recreation Center has indoor/outdoor leisure pools with lap lanes, water slides, lazy river, whirlpool hot tub, 8-lane lap pool, steam and sauna rooms, and wading pools. This exempt position will supervise, assign and participate in the work of staff responsible for all aspects of aquatics programs for the City of Laramie.

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  • Resource Coordinator II

    Oxbow, Oregon/Idaho

    Closing: September 13th, 2019

    Pay Range:22.99 - 27.69 Hourly

    Minimum Age Requirement:

    Job Description:

    Idaho Power is looking for a Resource Coordinator II to join our Hells Canyon Parks team. We’re looking for someone who loves working outside, is adaptable to a variety of demands, and is invested in providing a positive customer experience for visitors to Idaho Power’s parks and campgrounds.

    So what does a Resource Coordinator II do for us? They are responsible for the appearance and maintenance of our parks and campgrounds. They understand the principles of natural resources and have experience with facility repair and agricultural practices. Working with minimal supervision, a Resource Coordinator takes initiative to coordinate work tasks and resources to support our parks management plans and interfaces with employees, contractors, agency staff and parks visitors.

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