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Subject: Position at National Park Service

Position at National Park Service

From: Judy Jacob <Judy_Jacob>
Date: Tuesday, May 25, 1999
The position can be viewed on the web at
<URL:>.  The
announcement no. is NPS-NACC-99-07.  Below is the important text
from the announcement:

Open Period 05/05-1999-06/03/1999
Series/Grade: GS-1010-11/
Salary: $40,714 per year - $52,927 per year
Annual Announcement Number - NPS-NACC-99-07
Hiring Agency - Interior, National Park Service
Opening Date - 5 May 1999
Closing Date - Date 3 Jun 1999

Duty Locations: 0001  Washington DC
Remarks: This is a readvertisement, those applicants that previously
applied, need not reapply, your application will automatically be

    Jeanette Brown
    National Park Service
    National Capital Region
    National Capital Parks-Central
    900 Ohio Drive, SW
    Washington DC 20024-2000

Full vacancy announcement follows.  Please be sure to review for
complete qualification and "How to Apply" information. Download PDF
file of Special Form - DI_1935

This announcement requires completion of a special form or forms.
Please carefully review the vacancy announcement which follows for
full "How to Apply" instructions.  To download a PDF file of the
form for mailing, click on Download PDF file.  After downloading the
file, please complete the form (see announcement for instructions)
and mail it to the address provided in the announcement.

Open to all qualified persons. Applications under both competitive
examining and merit promotion procedures will be considered in
filling this position.

Major Duties:  This position is located in the Division of Resource
Management, National Capital Parks-Central.  Incumbent serves as an
advisor and 'hands-on craftsperson' organization  has two small
statue preservation teams and a mason team.  Responsibilities
include the providing of conservation services in the preservation,
stabilization, renovation, and restoration of 19th and 20th century
historical structures.  Incumbent participates, with other staff
members, in the training and development of personnel involved in
the maintenance, interpretation, management and preservation of
historic structures. Conducts documentary research on historic
structures.  Develops guidelines for the interpretation of the
analysis conducted on building materials.  Develops and carries out
specific research projects for the advancement of technical
knowledge directly related to preservation problems and park
preservation projects.  Prepares historic structure reports based on
the correlation and interpretation of the data resulting from
documentary, laboratory and physical investigations.  Develops
innovative preservation solutions, specifications, and conservation
techniques for the preservation, graffiti removal, and abrasive
cleaning of the park's monuments, statues and sculptures.
Establishes procedures for conducting lab tests on building
materials and conducts tests.  Prepares plans, specifications, and
details necessary to execute the conservation, stabilization or
restoration of building materials to their original appearance.

Qualifications Required: For the GS-11 level, must have at least one
year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-9 level or
undergraduate and graduate education major study in illustrative
design, commercial art, fine arts, industrial design, architecture,
drafting, interior design, or other fields related to the position.
Advanced training in a vocational school, technical institute.
Specialized experience is experience that equipped the applicant
with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform
successfully the duties of the position, and that is typically in or
related to the work of the position to be filled. To be creditable,
specialized experience must have been equivalent to at least the
next lower grade level.

Note:  Applicant must meet time-in-grade requirements by the closing
date of this a announcement.

Knowledges, Skills and Abilities Required:

Evaluation Method:  Candidates will be evaluated on the basis of
information received regarding experience, education, training and
self-development, awards, supervisory evaluation, and the following

    1.  Knowledge of conservation services in the preservation,
        stabilization, renovation and restoration of historical

    2.  Knowledge of building components, materials and
        architectural fabrics.

    3.  Ability to conduct research and prepare technical
        documentation on historic structures.

    4.  Knowledge of scientific research and testing, particularly
        as applied to the development of conversation techniques and

    5.  Ability to treat and clean architectural fabrics using the
        proper cleaning methods, equipment and supplies including

    6.  Ability to communicate orally and in writing by producing
        and presenting findings and recommendations.

When using Internet and USAJOBS touch screen, it is the applicant's
responsibility to follow the application guidelines (listed under
instructions) in order to receive consideration for this vacancy.

Basis of Rating: Applicants meeting basic eligibility requirements
will be rated and ranked on the knowledges, skills and abilities,
and other characteristics (KSA's) required to perform the duties of
the position.  The KSA's are listed below. Include in the write-ups
such things as experience in and out of Federal service that gave
you the specific knowledge, skill or ability; objectives of your
work; and evidence of your success (such as accomplishments, awards
received, etc.)

Pay, Benefits and Work Schedule: This a full-time permanent

                  Conservation DistList Instance 12:90
                   Distributed: Tuesday, May 25, 1999
                       Message Id: cdl-12-90-019
Received on Tuesday, 25 May, 1999

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