This position is located in the Division of Interpretation at the National Mall and Memorial Parks in Washington, DC.
National Mall and Memorial Parks contains some of the oldest park lands in the National Park Service. The lands of the National Mall and Memorial Parks include the Mall, extending from 3rd Street near the Capitol to 14th Street. The National Mall is the continuation of that space where park icons such as the Washington Monument, WWII and Lincoln Memorials stand, between the Potomac River and the Capitol Reflecting Pool. The park also includes some 156 reservations, circles, fountains and other open spaces, all of which serve as the nation's front yard. Ford's Theatre, the House where Lincoln died, Potomac Park and Hains Point are also among the areas that constitute the National Mall and Memorial Parks.
This position is responsible for coordinating the planning, production and installation of interpretive and educational media, visual information and exhibits. Provides leadership and management for all media, social media and web program staff in their daily operations, as well as in the development of new multi-media.
This position is being announced at the full performance level.
Physical Demands: The work can be sedentary in an office setting; however, the incumbent must be able to conduct site inspections which require the ability to climb stairs and ladders, moderate physical exertion, and walking on uneven surfaces. Incumbent is required to work below and above ground level. Work may require repetitious movements and long periods of stationary work at computer stations. Must have the ability to work under pressure.
Work Environment: Work is performed indoors in an office setting. Work is also required in and around historical buildings/memorials, around moving machinery, scaffolding, raised platforms, etc. Exposure to inclement weather is possible during work projects or special events, including rain, snow or high temperatures.
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The duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
- Coordinates the planning, production and installation of interpretive and educational media, visual information and exhibits.
- Provides leadership and management for all media, social media and web program staff in their daily operations, as well as in the development of new multi-media.
- Designs, prepares and produces original material for addition to the park's website.
- Manages, creates and assists in development of exhibits from conception through completion for exhibit plans.
- Designs, prepares and produces (or oversees production of) interpretive educational publications.
- Plans, develops and manages the division's skill development programs.
- Works with the park in the development of Long Range Interpretive Plans, foundation documents, concept plans, site plans, and other planning documents.
- Assures park meets programmatic accessibility requirements.
Occasional travel - Occasional travel may be required for training or conference attendance.
Who May Apply
This job is open to…Current Career and Career-Conditional Employees of the Department of the Interior
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