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    Sitka

    National Historical Park Alaska

Application Period for Summer Seasonal Positions

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Date: November 22, 2011

Sitka National Historical Park News Release

Date: November 22, 2011

PIO or Contact Person: Becky Latanich

Telephone Number: 747-0132

E-mail address:becky_latanich@nps.gov

Sitka National Historical Park Announces Application Period for Summer Seasonal Positions

Sitka National Historical Park (November 22, 2011) - Are you interested in working for the National Park Service this summer?Sitka National Historical Park will be hiring seasonal park rangers, park guides, and one seasonal law enforcement ranger.

Please visit the federal jobs website at http://www.usajobs.gov/ to learn how to apply for Sitka National Historical Park's available positions.Summer positions will be announced beginning November 23rd.The open period for applications will last three weeks from the date of the announcement.

Each job announcement on USAJOBS contains complete information about duties, qualifications and evaluations, benefits, and detailed instructions on how to apply. Be sure to read each announcement fully and carefully. Contact information for additional questions about the job are also listed in each announcement.

All federal job vacancy announcements, including permanent, temporary, and seasonal National Park Service jobs in Sitka National Historical Park, are advertised on www.usajobs.gov-the official job site of the United States federal government. Browse, search, and apply for jobs online; search by keyword, job title, occupation (e.g., "park ranger"), location (e.g., "USA," "Alaska," "Sitka" or "Sitka National Historical Park"), type of work, pay, and more.

For more information or to obtain a copy of the job announcements, please stop by the Administration Office at 103 Monastery Street or the Visitor Center at 106 Metlakatla or call 907-747-0110.Inquiries may also be directed to becky_latanich@nps.gov.

About the National Park Service. More than 20,000 National Park Service employees care for America's 395 national parks and work with communities across the nation to help preserve local history and create close-to-home recreational opportunities. Learn more at www.nps.gov.

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Sitka National Historical Park has the distinction of being the oldest federally designated park in Alaska. It was designated as a park by President Benjamin Harrison on June 21, 1890. More...