Park Rangers wanted for Cork's Tramore Valley Park

Park Rangers wanted for Cork's Tramore Valley Park
The entrance to Tramore Valley Park and the civic amenity site off the South Link Road. Picture Denis Minihane.

Tramore Valley Park is calling for park rangers ahead of its grand opening.

The park is set to open on May 22. The Glen Resources & Sports Centre were appointed as managers of the park by City Hall and are now looking to hire enthusiastic and outgoing people to take on the role of park ranger.

A love for the outdoors is one of the requirements for the job, excellent people and communication skills, a clean and valid drivers licence and to be a problem solver.

Work in progress on a new roundabout at the entrance to Tramore Valley Park within the grounds off the South Link Road. Picture Denis Minihane.
Work in progress on a new roundabout at the entrance to Tramore Valley Park within the grounds off the South Link Road. Picture Denis Minihane.

Roles for the job include opening and closing the park, along with cleaning duties and general supervision.

Successful applicants will be subject to Garda vetting, will earn €11 per hour, and will be required to work evenings and weekends.

One of the new car parks and walkway and cycle path being developed at Tramore Valley Park. Picture Denis Minihane.
One of the new car parks and walkway and cycle path being developed at Tramore Valley Park. Picture Denis Minihane.

The park will pay tribute to Cork’s own Rob Heffernan, with a 2.5km looped walk being named after the Olympic gold medalist.

People have up until Friday, May 3 to apply for the position and can apply by emailing glenresoucecentre@gmail.com

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