Instructions for making Brooks Camp Campground Reservation (Jan. 9, 2014)
The reservation period for the Brooks Camp Campground did open as advertised at 8 AM Alaska Time on January 5. However, some people did find the reservation process confusing. More »
Before you apply for a position with Katmai National Park and Preserve, be sure to review the entire vacancy announcement carefully. Each vacancy announcement contains specific information about the duties of the position and the qualifications required.
After reviewing the vacancy announcement, if you are interested in the position and believe you meet the qualification requirements, follow the instructions for submitting your application.
Preparing an application for a Federal government job is a little different than preparing one for other employers.
REMEMBER: Several page long applications are common and preferred!
When you apply for a position with Katmai National Park and Preserve, you may submit either a Federal Government application form (OF-612, Optional Application for Federal Employment) or your own resume. The USAJOBS resume builder is a useful tool for writing a resume for federal jobs. Your application must include:
Note: No matter what form of application you decide to submit, be sure to sign and date the application!
In addition, most announcements also require that you submit your information in response to a list of knowledge, skills, and abilities directly related to the position being filled. Other forms may also be required, such as documentation supporting veteran's preference or reinstatement eligibility. Each announcement contains all the details about application procedures and deadlines and lists all the forms and information required for a complete application package.
Did You Know?
In 1918, the scarcity of beef caused many Alaskans to call for the repeal of all legal protection for bears. Katmai park promoters were cautioned,"the word bear should never be mentioned in connection with establishing a National Monument." Ironically, today visitors flock here to view bears.