SummaryThese positions are located on a Forest Service unit, where the incumbent serves as a Visitor Services Information Assistant, with duties including the dissemination of information and interpretative assistance to the public through various means for Region 3.Learn more about this agency
- The responsibilities listed below are at the full performance level.
- Ensure the information desk at the reception area or visitor center is covered at all times by answering phones and greeting visitors.
- Coordinate with staff specialists and public affairs office to provide the latest, most accurate and appropriate information to the public.
- Monitor public areas, keeps informed of unit issues and updates the status of exhibits.
- Design and prepare informational exhibits and flyers and other public relations tools.
- Plans and presents interpretive talks and programs for visitors, local schools, and other groups.
- Handles clerical duties, such as mail and package delivery, personnel updates to phone lists and sign-out board.
- Serves as the Collection Officer to sell and collect monies for forest timber permits and other items, such as maps and passes.
- Greets visitors and responds to a variety of inquiries regarding Forest Service activities, programs, exhibits, facilities, policies and functions.
- Responds to and directs web and email inquiries to the appropriate personnel.
- Arranges, varies or changes informational interpretive displays in the visitor center to coincide with the season changes and unit program emphases.
Occasional travel - Occasional travel may be required for fieldwork, site visits, trainings and or/meetings.
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