Park Ranger

Bureau of Land Management

About the organization

Bureau of Land Management


Serve as subject matter expert in developing long-range interpretive master plan(s) and annual action plans.
Develop, coordinate, promote and deliver interpretive programs through a variety of media, venues, and public outreach.
Coordinate the development publications, exhibits, waysides, signs, and interpretive materials.
Serve on interagency, interdisciplinary, and/or community teams as a subject matter expert to facilitate collaborative management strategies to meet interpretative objectives and site management goals.
Provide leadership and on-site information at visitor facilities, public rooms, and visitor centers.
Recognize and evaluate significant critical trends in visitor use and program direction.
Assess and evaluate site traffic, environmental impacts, and visitor experience.
Review and analyze data and trends for long- and short-term planning.
Prepare annual budget request(s) and applicable grants to support program funding for interpretation and public outreach programs.
Works with procurement to obligate funds and carry out work of interpretation-related initiatives through contracts and assistance agreements.
Serve as lead coordinator for visitor information, public outreach communication, and community partnership and volunteer-based special events or projects.
Manage volunteer, internship, and youth engagement programs.


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