County Seeks New Quiet Waters Park Superintendent
Former superintendent Michael Murdoch resigned on March 31.
Anne Arundel County posted a job annoucement on its website Wednesday to fill the superintendent position at Quiet Waters Park.
Michael Murdoch, the previous superintendent, who was also the park's first, left the position on March 31 after nearly 22 years on the job, according to a letter he posted in a Friends of Quiet Waters newsletter.
"I am leaving employment with Anne Arundel County but I plan to work in some capacity on a number of projects and hopefully achieve a variety of personal and professional goals that I have been unable to start due to my employment here," Murdoch wrote in the letter. "Indeed I am excited about beginning a new chapter in my life. My wife, Deede Miller, and I will be moving to our home in Morehead City, North Carolina sometime in early April."
The position pays between $49,932 and $82,900 annually, according to the job listing. Minimum qualifications for applicants include a four-year degree from an accredited college or university and two or more years experience working in park operations and facility maintenance, with six months in supervisory role.
Those interested in the position can apply through the county's website.
In the interim, park ranger Brad Hunt, who has worked at Quiet Waters for 12 years, is filling in, said Dave DeDevault, another park ranger.