Torreya State Park is seeking a self-motivated park service professional to fill an OPS Park Ranger position.  The OPS Park Ranger position will assist in all areas of park operations. Torreya State Park is a 14,025 acre park in Liberty, Gadsden, and Jackson counties bordering the Apalachicola River. Torreya State Park is one of the original Florida state parks that were developed by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) during the Great Depression. The park was named for the rare Florida tree, Torreya taxifolia, which was named for the American botanist, John Torrey. The site was selected to be a park primarily because it possessed significant historical associations, including the location of six Confederate gun pits along Battery or Neal’s Bluff and an antebellum cotton warehou

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