ORV Plan Comment Period Extended
On May 23, 2014, the NPS released a Environmental Impact Statement for its Off-Road Vehicle Management Plan for a 60-day comment period, which was extended to September 4. The comment period will be extend an additional 15 days until September 19, 2014.
Cape Lookout Announces Summer Positions Available
Contact: Rich Huffman, 252-728-2250 ext. 3019
Harkers Island, North Carolina. Cape Lookout National Seashore announces the beginning of its summer hiring process. Cape Lookout National Seashore hires 20 or more summer seasonal workers each year, working both full time and part time hours. Positions are announced online, beginning the week of November 15, at http://www.USAJobs.gov. Most job applications close December 10, 2010. You generally have about 21 days to submit your application online, and it must be completed by the closing date of the announcement.
For the 2011 Summer Season, starting in late March and ending in late September, the available positions are:
The application period for summer jobs with the National Park Service, often referred to as seasonal positions, starts long before summer comes. If you are interested in a seasonal or temporary position with Cape Lookout National Seashore this coming summer, now is the time to apply.
Summer positions can last up to six months, depending on seasonal workload requirements. Other positions offered may last all year on a part-time or interim (as needed) basis, making these a perfect “fill-in” job for local area residents.
Starting dates are varied to meet the needs of the position. Some positions require specific knowledge, skills, abilities or certifications. Position requirements will be listed in the Job announcement specific to that job and pay grade.
To look for these job announcements go to <www.USAJobs.gov>. In the search boxes, type in Cape Lookout and the zip code 28531 and then hit the “search for jobs” button at the bottom of the page. All open jobs offerings from Cape Lookout National Seashore will appear.
Did You Know?
Cape Lookout National Seashore is home to many endangered and threatened species of plants and animals including the Seabeach Amaranth, Piping Plover, and Loggerhead sea turtle.