National Parks looking internally to fill Seattle post

Tacoma News TribuneApril 17, 2014 

The National Park Service is looking for an internal candidate to transfer to Seattle to oversee various programs including interpretation at the Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park.

According to the job posting, the job comes with several other duties that require overseeing 12 employees and more than 70 volunteers.

 

The posting says: “The person selected for this position will manage NPS visitor services for Klondike Gold Rush NHP—Seattle Unit and the Bainbridge Island Japanese American Memorial, supervise the lead at the Outdoor Recreation Information Center in REI’s flagship store, and, with the help of three route co-coordinators, oversee the operation of one of the most extensive Trails and Rails programs in the country.”

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