Receptionist Volunteer - National Mall - Survey Lodge

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National Park Service

Incumbent is stationed at the front desk of Survey Lodge and will be responsible for...

o Answering phone calls, including providing information about the park as well as directions to callers.

o Takes messages and relays same to appropriate personnel.

o Check in and check out volunteers (VIPs) by way of radios and write down their names, times, and total hours. The Receptionist also maintains a VIP file.

o Also responsible for keeping the front desk area neat and organized.

Receptionists will use common office and communication equipment (multi-line telephones, desk top computers, copiers, fax machines, two-way radios, etc.). Work is performed in an office that is closed to the public. Work is primarily sedentary and takes place in a low-traffic, well-lighted, and climate-controlled space.

Available dates and shifts to volunteer:

· Monday - both shifts are available

· Tuesday - both shifts are available

· Wednesday - both shifts are available

· Thursday - both shifts are available

· Saturday - both shifts are available

· Sunday - both shifts are available


Training for this position will be provided. In addition, guides, rangers, and supervisory personnel are always on hand and will be available for questions and assistance.

Start Date - 2021-06-21

End Date - 2022-06-21

Activities include: Computers;General Assistance;Planning Office/Clerical;Visitor Information

Difficulty_Level: Average

Hosts Housing Amenities: No Housing/Amenities Available;N/A

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