The Cultural Resources Directorate in WASO is seeking four NPS employees from the Washington, D.C. commuting area interested in details in one of two program areas – either preservation assistance or stewardship and science.
The first 60 day period will begin on or about May 7th, followed by another 60 day period beginning on or about July 2nd.
The administrative coordinators will play a major role in preparing and managing the administrative process to successfully reorganize the directorate. Duties in each detail may vary based on program need and skills of the employees selected. Two permanent administrative coordinator positions will be announced later this year.
- Strong computer skills, proficient in using Word and Excel, as well as proficiency in or the ability to quickly learn FPPS, Quicktime, Data Tracking System (DTS), Govtrip and Sharepoint;
- Ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing with program managers and administrative and technical staff throughout DOI;
- Ability to develop spreadsheets and prepare written correspondence using proper grammar;
- Ability to track and complete multiple, competing assignments;
- Provide office coverage and administrative/technical support throughout the directorate, including the associate director’s office.
Preferred but not required skills include the ability to:
- Motivate and work collaboratively with others, especially under tight deadlines;
- Input personnel actions;
- Track background checks;
- Develop standard operating procedures;
- Finalize controlled correspondence;
- Manage DTS records; and
- Schedule meetings
Send resumes and supervisory endorsement statements with date and signature (brief, in any written format, to Victoria_Clarke@nps.gov by COB, Friday, April 20th. Do not include Social Security numbers or birth dates on resumes. Resumes should include detailed work histories, educational background, and any special qualifications relative to the position. Paid or voluntary experience is applicable.
For more information, contact Victoria Clarke at 202-513-7172.