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RELOCATION EXPENSES: Relocation expenses are not authorized.


The employee serves as a visitor services specialist for the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, located in Indiahoma, Oklahoma.


All application materials and supporting documentation must be received by the closing date of this announcement (including Veterans Preference documentation). 


·          Serve as a spokesperson and act as liaison with community organizations and interest groups utilizing public and media outreach tools and techniques to provide orientation to programs and services and to stimulate interest in such programs and services.


·          Perform all phases of visitor center operations, i.e., opening/closing duties, setting alarms, etc., and perform trail and facility patrols.


·          Prepare and present formal interpretive programs, present guided tours, answer questions and provide information to the public.


·          Develop education and interpretive programs by applying principles and techniques of biology, forestry, fish and wildlife conservation, natural resource management, and the environment to convey biological and natural resource subject matter in a user friendly and understandable manner to the public.