Experience your America and build a fulfilling career by joining the National Park Service.
Area of Consideration is all qualified persons. Under Executive Order 11935, only United States citizens and nationals (residents of American Samoa and Swains Island) may compete for civil service jobs.
Perform repairs to buildings and quarters. Construct, install, repair and replace, and refinish items such as frame structures, roofing, siding, flooring, sheetrock, doors, shelves, supply racks, hardware, windows, trim and cabinets. Apply premixed paints or stains to masonry, gypsum board or wood surfaces using brushes or rollers. Paint various types of structures such as interior and exterior metal, wood and masonry surfaces and a variety of wooden trim and new and old cabinets. Perform plumbing tasks such as replacing hose bibs, valves, nipples, unions and elbows, fixtures, toilets, flush valves, faucets and various types of pipe and copper lines. Check, troubleshoot and analyze electrical circuitry using proper equipment to measure; current, voltage and resistance. Install, repair and replace electrical systems components. Utilize a full range of hand and power tools common to the building trades. Incidental operator of motor vehicles, trucks, trailers, tractors, skid steer loaders, backhoe, etc. This work is performed under the normal supervision of a work leader or journey-level maintenance worker who observes tasks in progress and upon completion makes sure they are properly performed.
Physical requirements: Required to frequently lift or handle objects or material up to 50 pounds, unassisted, following proper lifting procedures to avoid injury. Frequently required to stand while working, climb ladders or scaffolding, and bend, stoop, climb, and work in awkward positions. Subject to danger of falling from ladders or scaffolding. Exposed to dust, dirt, wind and rain. May work with dangerous chemicals and around moving equipment, paints, solvents, etc.