Trunk Bay Jobs for Full Time Residents Only

The V.I. National Park is accepting applications from local residents for positions on St John.
The vacancy announcement for multiple permanent full-time positions at Virgin Islands National Park opened April 3, 2019 on the USAJOBS.GOV website. Visitor use assistants will be stationed at the Trunk Bay visitor contact station. These are the first positions to be advertised using a newly authorized hiring authority called the ‘Contiguous-to-Area’ appointment authority. To qualify for these positions, applicants must be a permanent resident of the US Virgin Islands, and have resided in the local commuting area for at least the past two years.

These positions will be duty stationed at the Trunk Bay Visitor Contact Station on St John. Visitor Use Assistants annual salaries range from $30,000 – $39,000, and work 40 hours per week (including weekends). The primary duties include collecting, accounting for, and processing facility use fees collected at the Trunk Bay Visitor Contact station. These positions serve as front line, uniformed representatives of the National Park Service, and will be required to contact and interact with hundreds, to thousands, of park users daily.

Applicants must apply by using the federal jobs website during the two week open period, starting April 3, 2019. An informational session on how to apply will be held on Saturday April 6, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. at the NPS Visitor Center in Cruz Bay, St John. Interested individuals must sign up in advance, and can either call Rick Gupman at 340-776-6201 ext 254 or email : [email protected]

For position details and to apply, go to the federal jobs website.

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