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2013 Summer seasonals
Summer seasonal park ranger staff at Governors Island National Monument.
 

2017 Summer Employment


The summer season at Governors Island runs from May 1 through the last Sunday in September. These positions only last through the end of September and are not permanent jobs. This is the schedule for 2017 summer seasonal vacancy announcements. Filling these vacancies is subject to funds available and may or may not be filled depending on funding. All of these position vacancy announcements are listed at: www.usajobs.gov and you must apply online. Using "Governors Island" as a keyword should help find them.

GS-3 Park Guide - Entry-level position for an upper class high school student with general work experience or lower class college student. The position not only is set to accomplish our summer program, but gives a good introduction and work experience with the National Park Service.
The announcement closes February 3, 2017
https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/456441300/

GS-4 Park Guide - Advanced entry-level for college students meeting qualifications or others for education and work experience. This position is the backbone of our visitor service and information program.
This announcement is now open and closes February 17, 2017.
GS-5 Park Guide - Positions for upper class college students or those with previous NPS, state or local park, museum education, education, outdoor recreation experience or others meeting basic qualifications for work experience and education. Incumbent may also be assigned management of a program area - visitor statistics, social media, photography, living history, historic weapons, publication design/production, office management, reservations, school programs - as skills and our needs require.
The announcement is now open and closes February 10, 2017
GS-5 Park Ranger - At this level, incumbent is will be assigned a leadership role in management of a program area - outreach, promotion and presentation of park programs for a particular community or group along with keeping visitor statistics, generating social media, photography, conducting living history, firing historic weapons, publication design/production, bookstore operations, office management, reservations, and school programs - as your skills and our needs require.
The announcement closed January 24, 2017.
https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/456331200


GS-7 Park Ranger - Positions for those meeting work and education requirements listed in vacancy announcement. At the GS-7 level, these positions assist supervisory park rangers in accomplishing projects and day-to-day work. It is a demanding position requiring the ability to both present programs to the public and make sure that operations run smoothly and efficiently. It is strongly recommended that you have NPS, state or local park, museum education, education, or outdoor recreation experience.
The announcement closes February 3, 2017.
https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/456431200/

GS-5 Park Ranger (Mandarin Chinese) - Position for a first or second language Mandarin Chinese speaker to provide tours, programs and visitor services for Mandarin Chinese language visitors who meet work and education requirements listed in vacancy announcement. At the GS-5 level, incumbent will be assigned a leadership role in management of a program area - outreach, promotion and presentation of park programs for the Mandarin Chinese language communities along with visitor statistics, social media, photography, living history, historic weapons, publication design/production, bookstore operations, office management, reservations, and school programs - as skills and our needs require.
The announcement is now open and closes February 10, 2017
.https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/456448800/

GS-5 Park Ranger (Spanish) - Position for a first or second language Spanish speaker to provide tours, programs and visitor services for Spanish language visitors who meet work and education requirements listed in vacancy announcement. At the GS-5 level, incumbent will be assigned a leadership role in management of a program area - outreach, promotion and presentation of park programs for the Spanish language community along with visitor statistics, social media, photography, living history, historic weapons, publication design/production, bookstore operations, office management, reservations, and school programs - as skills and our needs require.
The announcement is now open and closes February 10, 2017.
https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/457748500/
 
 

Last updated: February 1, 2017

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