National Park Service Offers Summer Jobs for Students at Little River Canyon
April 14, 2004 -- The National Park Service is looking for
four students to work at Little River Canyon National Preserve during the summer
of 2004. The primary responsibilities for three positions will include
collecting fees and presenting educational programs at Canyon Mouth Day Use Area
near Cedar Bluff, Alabama. A fourth position works with the maintenance
division, picking up trash, mowing lawns and other duties. The positions will
pay $10 to $11 per hour. We are seeking individuals with experience in dealing
with the public and handling money. Spanish bilingual applicants are especially
needed due to the large number of Hispanic park visitors. John Bundy, Park
Superintendent, and Larry Beane, Park Interpreter, will accept applications and
conduct interviews. Call Larry or John for more information at
Applicants must be students in good
standing registered as at least half time students for the fall semester. A
transcript and a letter from the university stating that the student is
registered for the fall as half time or more and that they are a student in good
standing is required before hiring. Graduating seniors must be enrolled at
least half time for the fall semester also.
Preference will be given
for work experience, ability to speak Spanish, and to Juniors or Seniors.
Frequently asked questions about student employment may be answered
through the Federal Government's Office of Personnel Web page at www.opm.gov/employ/students/QS&AS.HTM.
TO APPLY: Obtain and fill out the OF 612
Application Form available at www.usajobs.opm.gov. Note that the usajobs website has many other
federal government openings. JOB INTERVIEWS WILL BE HELD ON Tuesday April 20 at
246 MARTIN HALL, JSU CAMPUS. Please call x8010 to sign up for a time or
stop by and sign up. Interviews will begin at 1:30 p.m.
JOBS: These positions are not eligible for insurance or retirement. These
positions will be entitled to accrue Sick Leave and Annual Leave. Weekends
will be the busiest time. Shifts may vary and be early and late. Morning
Shifts may begin as early as 7:00 AM, afternoon shifts may end as late as 8:00
PM. Some overtime may be required.
Description of Event: JOB
INTERVIEWS WILL BE HELD ON Tuesday April 20 at 246 MARTIN HALL, JSU CAMPUS.
Please call x8010 to sign up for a time or stop by and sign up. Interviews will
begin at 1:30 p.m.
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