Outreach Notice

          Temporary Employment Opportunity 

GS-0303-03/04 Customer Service Representative

Duty Station: Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests, Springerville Ranger Station, Springerville, AZ

The Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests will be filling a temporary position opportunity for a GS-0303-03/04 Customer Service Representative. This position works at the Springerville Ranger Station in Springerville, AZ. The incumbent receives and directs calls and visitors. Provides information about the organization, its functions, activities and personnel. Arranges displays of informational materials in the reception area. Serves as collection officer to sell such items as National Forest related items, e.g., maps, permits. This position is open to the general public, interested applicants should email a resume to Kylie Salazar at kylie.salazar@usda.gov before Sunday May 17, 2020.

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