Five (5) positions available. Performs field implementation of the backcountry and wilderness management program. Collects and organizes field monitoring data such as backcountry campsite conditions, backcountry visitor use statistics, and recreational impacts to resources. Using a computerized permitting system, issues backcountry camping permits and provides trip planning assistance to overnight backcountry visitors. Monitors backcountry sign conditions and makes recommendations for signing and performs repairs as needed. $15.31 / Per Hour. Application deadline February 27, 2015.
Employer: Shenandoah National Park. For a complete job description including application instructions, visit the USAJOBS page referencing this position (link included here).