This position located in Independence National Historical Park, in the Office of the Superintendent.Learn more about this agency
PLEASE NOTE: TO BE FOUND ELIGIBLE FOR CONSIDERATION YOU MUST PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING:
ALL APPLICANTS (INCLUDING CURRENT AND FORMER FEDERAL AND NON FEDERAL APPLICANTS) MUST PROVIDE THEIR MOST RECENT PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL SHOWING THE OFFICIAL RATING AND SIGNED BY A SUPERVISOR OR, IF ONE IS UNAVAILABLE, A STATEMENT AS TO WHY IT IS NOT AVAILABLE (INCLUDING IF ANY PRIOR PERFORMANCE APPRAISALS/EVALUATIONS WERE AT AN ACCEPTABLE LEVEL).
A RESUME THAT INCLUDES MONTHS, YEARS, AND HOURS WORKED PER WEEK FOR ALL OF YOUR WORK EXPERIENCE. YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE ANY CREDIT FOR EXPERIENCE THAT DOES NOT INCLUDE HOURS WORKED PER WEEK OR IS LISTED AS "VARIES".
PLEASE ALSO SEE THE "QUAIFICATIONS" AND "REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION" SECTIONS FOR ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS.
This Public Affairs Specialist is a permanent, supervisory position located at Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia, PA. The employee reports directly to the Superintendent of the Park. The incumbent functions as the Park's Public Affairs Specialist and Partnerships expert, performing a unique role in the park, operating as a staff assistant and confidential advisor to the Superintendent on complex and or highly sensitive/confidential matters, which fall outside of the functions of the Park's operating divisions. In this capacity, he/she will coordinate unique and/or critical management activities, making recommendations to the Superintendent and assessing the impact of these changes upon the Park's partners, the general public and operations. The incumbent conducts the Park's public affairs, including assisting/directing community and inter/intra agency relations, managing social media and press relations; managing public information contact points and relations; coordinating logistical support for special groups and dignitaries; overseeing the Park's special use permit and commercial use authorization program and certain cooperative agreements; as well as serving as the Park's point of contact for all congressional and outside inquiries. As the partnership program expert for the Park, the incumbent is designated as the Park's representative on some boards and committees dealing with local community and area.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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