More Opportunities to Work for Kenai Fjords National Park

January 28, 2013 11:30 amComments OffViews: 31
Ranger Katie Peck provides interpretive services at the park's Information Center, located in Seward's small boat harbor.

Ranger Katie Peck provides interpretive services at the park’s Information Center, located in Seward’s small boat harbor.

ANILCA local hiring authority job postings for a Park Aide, GS-0025-01 position at Kenai Fjords National Park will be available beginning Monday, January 28, 2013 with a closing date of Friday, February 8, 2013.  This position will work with the Interpretation and Education team.  Responsibilities include providing visitor services at the park’s Information Center and Exit Glacier Nature Center.

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The definition of a “local” for consideration under this hiring authority is a U.S. citizen who, by reason of having either lived or worked in or near Kenai Fjords National Park (communities of Seward and Moose Pass extending north to Milepost 45 of the Seward Highway), has acquired special knowledge or expertise regarding the natural or cultural resources of the park.

To apply, please pick up your application materials at the Kenai Fjords National Park Headquarters building at 500 Adams Street, Suite 103; Seward, AK 99664.  If you have any questions about the application process please contact Lisa McClure at Lisa_McClure@nps.gov or (907) 422-0511.  Questions about job duties and dates of employment can be sent to Laura Sturtz at laura_sturtz@nps.gov or (907) 422-0528.

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