Application For Park Ranger Positions

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The Glen Resource Centre have been appointed by Cork City Council to Manage the Park Facilities at Tramore Valley Park.
Tramore Valley Park, located on the South Link Road is a 170 acre Public Park which opened on the 22nd of May 2019.

We are now accepting applications for Assistant Part-time Park Rangers to join the Glen Resource Centre Team. 

These positions are available to those who are eligible as part of the Department of Social Protection Community Employment Scheme.  Further information can be obtained by contacting the Department of Social Protection to find out if you are eligible.  If you are eligible, you can then send your C.V. by email to the Glen Resource Centre at

Ideal candidates are required to have the following.

  • An appreciation and enjoyment of working outdoors
  • Be flexible and available to work evenings and weekends
  • A natural ability to deal with the general public in a professional and enthusiastic manner
  • An awareness and appreciation of health and safety in a public place
  • Excellent people and communication skills
  • Ability to problem solve
  • Proven ability to work on own initiative and to work as part of a team

The position is subject to Garda Vetting.

Job Description

To Assist The Park Ranger With The Following Duties.
  • Open and close Tramore Valley Park.
  • Check the daily handover book for pertinent information.
  • General Cleaning of Park to include, emptying of bins, picking up general rubbish, cigarette ends and any other rubbish present in the Park.
  • Cleaning of Park Public Toilets as directed by management.
  • Supervision of behaviour of all Park Users.
  • Enforcing public park rules as set out by Cork City Council and The Glen Resource Centre.
  • Set up and tidy up of events and activities as directed by management.
  • Liaise with Civic Amenity Staff and all other relevant Cork City Council staff and officials.
  • Liaise with BMX club officials.
  • Liaise with Rugby pitch users.
  • Liaise with Events area users.
  • General maintenance as directed by management.
  • Deal with and report back to management, all accidents, incidents, customer feedback and general park enquiries.
  • Be completely familiar with all relevant operational and emergency procedures.
  • Carry out all daily, weekly and monthly health & safety checks as directed by management.
  • Supervise general Park area, Car Park and Changing Room Facilities.
  • Provide assistance and to liaise with all park users and officials in a respectful and courteous manner.
  • To ensure the safe and efficient operation of the Park.
  • Lock and secure Changing Rooms, BMX Track and any other relevant facilities when not in use.
  • To undertake training as directed by management.
  • To keep an inventory of materials and equipment used and report to management when replacements are required.
  • To carry out other duties that may arise as directed by management.

We have two part-time positions to fill.

You are required to work 19.5 hours per week and rates of pay are as per Department of Social Protection Guidelines for Community Employment Schemes.

Become a
Park Ranger

We are now recruiting for Part-time Park Rangers to join the Glen Resource Centre Team. Park Rangers will be responsible for the Opening/Closing of the Park, with general supervision and cleaning duties.