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Posted: 11/29/2016

Employer
National Park Service
Grand Teton National Park


Position
Preservationist Carpenter
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Moose, WY
Details
 

Grand Teton National Park manages nearly 700 historic structures across 44 historic districts and two National Historic Landmakrs. These resources include a range of vernacular log architecture (such as dude ranches and homesteds) to architect-designed structures (such as hotels and vacation lodges).

This position works under the Division of Facility Management in Grand Teton National Park. The selected individual will assist in evaluating traditional and historic structures to determine how they are constructed, their condition, and appropriate actions to maintain them in good condition. Duties include performing carpentry work to preserve and rehabilitate structures utilizing tools and techniques of the 19th and early 20th century, as well as developing designs, plans and specifications for preservation and restoration projects on traditional and historic projects.  May be asked to perform other duties including, snow removal, construction and maintenance of non-historic structures. Must also be capable of the repair and installation  of commercial and residential plumbing and electrical systems. Operating motor vehicles, pick-up trucks, fork lifts, man lifts, skid steers, and various other types of construction equipment is required.

Please see job announcement for full details and requirements.

 

 

 

OPen until
12/04/2016

How to apply
Applications must be submitted through the USAJobs website.
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