Los Padres National Forest Job Vacancy Visitor Services Information Assistant

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    Steve Ressler

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    Los Padres National Forest Job Vacancy Visitor Services Information Assistant GS-1001-4/5

    Permanent /Full Time Position. This position is located on the Monterey
    Ranger District on the Los Padres National Forest. The incumbent
    carries out a variety of projects to support public information
    programs; significant public contact; meets visitors and provides
    public information serves at the front office of the district; answers
    phones. Assists the district in developing specific objectives for
    interpretive programs and displays. Prepares Information exhibits;
    develops contacts with schools and other organizations to develop
    environmental educations programs. Writes news releases, takes
    inventories and prepares reports. Serves as a Collections Officer;
    sells maps to Forest visitors.

    TO APPLY: This position will be flown as open continuous recruitment
    announcement through web-based application process. This web-based
    application provides individuals interested in employment opportunities
    with the Forest Service to apply for jobs. You can create and update
    Applicant Profiles, search for current vacancy announcements, create a
    job search profile, apply for jobs, and check the status of jobs for
    which they have applied. The vacancy announcement is posted on USAJobs
    at http://www..usajobs..gov or http://www.avuedigitalservices.com/usfs
    /applicant.html . You must apply on line.

    PERM-OCR 1001-45-VISINFOASS-G (Government)

    PERM-OCR 1001-45-VISINFOASS-DP (Public)

    FOREST: Los Padres National Forest encompasses approximately 1.75
    million acres of central California’s scenic coastal mountain ranges.
    It is approximately 155 miles south of San Francisco and approximately
    315 miles north of Los Angeles.
    The “main division” is unique in being a transverse east-west coastal
    range divided by the Sierra Madre Ridge and draining to the ocean on
    the south and to the Cuyama Valley to the north. It includes lands
    within San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura and Kern Counties. The
    forest stretches across almost 220 miles from north to south and
    consists of two separate land divisions. The Monterey Ranger District
    extends on the north from Carmel Valley south to San Luis Obispo County
    and includes the scenic Santa Lucia Mountains. On the west is the
    beautiful Big Sur Coast and to the east the district meets the Salinas
    Valley, the area is of international interest and concern. It
    encompasses unique beauty, political controversy, isolation, urban
    interface, and a wide spectrum of recreational opportunities, diverse
    vegetation and wildlife. The district office is located in King City,
    CA, a small friendly community located on US Highway 101,
    approximately, 65 miles south of Monterey at the southern end of the
    Salinas Valley.

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    If you are interested in this opportunity and/or plan on applying to
    the vacancy announcement when issued, please let us know by returning
    the reply form before _July 14, 2010. If you want more information
    please contact, Sherry Tune, District Ranger.
    Phone: 831-385-5434 x 212

    E-Mail: [email protected]

    Address: 406 S. Mildred Avenue

    King City, CA 93930

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