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**PLEASE READ ALL INFORMATION CAREFULLY**

ANNOUNCEMENT NO: 1720-0002-04

OPENING DATE: 05/10/2004

CLOSING DATE: 05/24/2004

Applications will be accepted from:

Selection of this position is contingent upon the conditions
under the Department of the Interior's hiring controls policy
for recruitment, hiring, and placement.

The area of consideration is ALL Qualified. Applications will
be accepted from Career/Conditional Federal employees,
reinstatement eligibles, those eligible under special
appointing authorities, i.e. handicapped, VRA, disabled
veterans, etc. and non-status applicants i.e. applicant from
outside the Federal Service and without any special eligibility.
Veterans who are preference eligibles or who have been separated
from the armed forces under honorable conditions after 3 or more
years of continuous active service may apply.

Description of Duties:
The incumbent serves as an NPS law enforcement commissioned
park
ranger primarily responsible for performing duties including
detection and investigation of violations of the Federal
criminal laws, apprehension and detention of violators, the
protection of life and property, and enforcement of all
applicable laws, rules, and regulations protecting and insuring
the safe use of National Park resources. This is the position
of a non-supervisory Park Ranger (seasonal) who performs a
variety of tasks associated w/use and management of park
resources. This position supplements the permanent park ranger
workforce by performing duties designed to (1) facilitate
visitor understanding of park resources (2) facilitate visitor
enjoyment of park and its resources (3) facilitate and induce
visitor behavior consistent with resource protection and to gain
friendly compliance with the laws and rules for safe use of park
and (4) encourage visitors to develop a sense of stewardship for
park resources.

Conditions of Employment:
Applicants must have prior law enforcement education or
experience dealing with the protection of land resources in a
land management agency. Drug testing, medical exam and
background clearance are required. Government housing may be
available.

Applicants must currently possess or be able to receive a
National Park Service Level II Law Enforcement Commission prior
to entering on duty. Applicants must have successfully
completed a seasonal law enforcement program within he last
three years from an approved institution to qualify for a
National Park Ranger (ANPR) maintains a web site with a list of
the approved seasonal law enforcement schools at
www.anpr.org/academies.htm

In accordance with Executive Order 12564, applicants selected
for this position are required to submit to a drug test and
receive a negative drug test result prior to appointment. In
addition, this position is a drug-testing designated position
subject to random testing for illegal drug use.

Prior to appointment, the person selected for this position
must
be determined physically fit by an authorized government
physician to perform strenuous and physically demanding duties;
and also pass a medical examination (which includes vision,
hearing, cardiovascular, and mobility of extremities) given by
an authorized government physician. Failure to meet these
requirements will be grounds for termination.

A background security investigation will be required for all
new
hires. Appointment will be subject to the applicant's
successful completion of a background security investigation
and
favorable adjudication. Failure to successfully meet these
requirements will be grounds for termination.

ANTICIPATED ENTRY ON DUTY: June 2004-June 2005

Qualifications:
A combination of education and experience may qualify you for
this position.

GS-5, 1 year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-4
level OR 4 years of college leading to bachelor's degree with
24
semester hours of a natural sciences, social sciences, park and
recreation management, and other disciplines related equivalent
to the GS-5 level OR 1 full academic year of graduate education
related to the management and protection park resources or
superior academic achievement.

Knowledge's, Skills and Abilities Required:
THERE ARE NO KSA's. APPLICANTS MUST COMPLETE THE COMPUTERIZED
FORM (10-139) AND SPECIALTY QUESTTIONS TO BE CONSIDERED.

Basic of Rating:
For CTAP and ICTAP, well-qualified means that the applicant
meets the qualification standard and eligibility requirements
for the position, meets minimum educational and experience
requirements, meets all selective factors where applicable, and
is able to satisfactorily perform the duties of the position
upon entry.

Applicants' experience and education will be rated against the
job elements listed. Numerical ratings will be assigned to
eligible applications. Best qualified applicants will be
referred to the selecting official in score order, including
points that may be assigned for veteran preference.

Pay, Benefits and Work Schedule:
All Federal employees are required by PL. 104-134 to have
federal payments may be Direct Deposit.

THIS IS A SEASONAL, TEMPORARY POSITION. NOT TO EXCEED 1039
HOURS.

How to apply:
Applicants must apply by using the seasonal website,
http://www.sep.nps.gov. Applicants must choose at least 1
park to receive consideration for employment. For applicants
that already has an application in the system you can change
your park choices and update your information at any time.

For additional Information about this position please contact:
Seasonal Employment Program
1-877-554-4550

The Federal Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer
 
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