NPS seeks Supervisory Visual Information Specialist and Supervisory Cultural Resources Training Manager (Natchitoches, LA & Washington, DC)
Contributed By: Andy Ferrell
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The National Park Service is seeking a Supervisory Visual Information Specialist and a Supervisory Cultural Resources Training Manager to work in the Office of Science, Technology, and Training (STT). STT includes the Archeology, Architecture, Landscapes, and Materials programs of NCPTT as well as a new Web and Media Program, all located in Natchitoches, LA. It also includes the Cultural Resources Training Program, Cultural Resources GIS Program, and the senior science advisers for cultural resources in Washington, DC.
GS 12/13 Supervisory Visual Information Specialist
This position will head up a small team responsible for STT's efforts to help all of the programs in Cultural Resources, Partnerships, and Science (CRPS) design and develop websites, interactive features, mobile applications, and new media projects. Duty stationed at NCPTT in Natchitoches, LA. Closes December 27.
GS 12/13 Supervisory Cultural Resources Training Manager
This position is responsible for overall development, program management, and instructional design of all training within Cultural Resources Partnerships and Science (CRPS), as well as a program to train Federal Preservation Officers and their staffs. Duty stationed in Washington, DC. Closes December 27.
The announcements included here are for All Sources, which means that they are open to all US citizens. Both positions are also available for Merit Promotion eligible applicants. Applicants should make sure to fill out the appropriate application. Please contact Kirk Cordell or me at 318-356-7444 if you have any questions.
Keywords: ncptt, jobs, Visual, Cultural, Resources, Training
Posted: December 14, 2016
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