Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail seeks Program Coordinator


October 15, 2010


USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region
Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail Program Coordinator
GS-0101/0401/0807-12
Duty Station: See Below


The Pacific Northwest Region may be advertising the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail Program Coordinator position. This position will serve as the administrator for the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail (PNNST) and will have full responsibility for all aspects of the Trail’s management including: planning, land acquisition, partnerships and resource management.
The purpose of the outreach is to generate interest in the position, determine at what grade(s) the position is advertised, and to identify where applicants may want to be duty stationed. The position is currently being classified and is expected to be graded at the GS-12 level. All units in Region 6 where the PNNST is located have volunteered to host the position. Possible duty station locations include the following units and locations: Olympic, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie, Okanogan-Wenatchee, Colville and Region 6 Headquarters in Portland, OR.

The Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail:
Established by Congress, March 2009, through P.L. 111-11, the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail is a distinctive recreation resource, offering a variety of back-country and outdoor experiences for trail enthusiasts across the country and around the globe. For over 1200-miles, running from the Continental Divide to the Pacific Ocean, the Trail ranks among the most scenic trails in the world. It transverses the Rocky Mountains, Selkirk Mountains, Pasayten Wilderness, North Cascades, Olympic Mountains, and the Pacific Wilderness Coast, crossing three National Parks and seven National Forests finishing at the Pacific Ocean, on Washington's Olympic Peninsula.  The USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region is identified as the lead management authority for all aspects of trail management. For a complete description of the PNNST visit http://www.pnt.org/.

IF YOU’RE INTERESTED..
If you would like additional information about this position, please contact Olympic NF Forest Supervisor Dale Hom or R6 Assistant Director (Recreation, Heritage, Wilderness) Rod Mace. Dale Hom can be reached at 360-956-2301 or by e-mail at dhom@fs.fed.us. Rod Mace can be reached at 503-808-2438 or rmace@fs.fed.us.

Please complete the Outreach Response Form if you are interested in this position. Send it to Dale Hom at the above e-mail address. Please respond by November 12, 2010.

The vacancy announcement for this position, when open, will be posted at the USAJobs website, the U.S. Government's official site for jobs and employment information: http://www.usajobs.opm.gov

OUTREACH NOTICE FORM
PACIFIC NORTHWEST REGION
Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail Program Coordinator
GS-0101/030/0807-12

NAME:__________________________________________________

LOTUS NOTES ADDRESS:___________________________________________

MAILING ADDRESS:_______________________________________

________________________________________

TELEPHONE NUMBER:______________________________________

AGENCY EMPLOYED WITH:_____USFS _____BLM _____OTHER

TYPE OF APPOINTMENT:_____PERMANENT _____TEMPORARY _____TERM

_____VRA _____PWD _____OTHER

CURRENT REGION/FOREST/DISTRICT:_________________________

CURRENT SERIES AND GRADE:________________________________

CURRENT POSITION TITLE:____________________________________

PREFERRED DUTY STATION: ____OLYMPIC ____MT.BAKER-SNOQUALMIE
____OKANOGAN-WENATCHEE ____COLVILLE ____PORTLAND, RO

IF NOT A CURRENT PERMANENT (CAREER OR CAREER-CONDITIONAL) EMPLOYEE, ARE YOU ELIGIBLE TO BE REHIRED UNDER ANY OF THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL AUTHORITIES?

_____PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
_____VETERANS READJUSTMENT
_____DISABLED VETERANS WITH 30% COMPENSABLE DISABILITY
_____VETERANS EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES ACT OF 1998
_____FORMER PEACE CORPS VOLUNTEER
_____STUDENT CAREER EXPERIENCE PROGRAM
_____OTHER______________________________________________

Thank you for your interest in our vacancy!

If interested please respond by Novemeber 12, 2010

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