South Dakota

Training on Applying for Federal Jobs to be Held at Minuteman Missile National Historic Site

Cactus Flat, SD – The staff of Minuteman Missile National Historic Site will be offering training  on how to use the USAJOBS system to apply for Federal jobs on Saturday, December 3, 2017, and again on Saturday, December 10, 2017 at 9:00 a.m. Mountain Time. This training will provide “how to” instructions for utilizing the website to search and apply for federal jobs. The training will be held at Minuteman Missile National Historic Site Visitor Center located just north of I-90 at exit 131.

Anyone interested in local federal employment is invited to attend this informational training and gain insight in searching USAJOBS for National Park Service, Forest Service, or other seasonal federal employment opportunities available in South Dakota and how to apply for the positions. Possible employment opportunities include seasonal entry level visitor services and maintenance positions available to all age groups, and possible summer internships available to local high school students.

Authorized by Congress in 1999, Minuteman Missile National Historic Site preserves components of the Minuteman II intercontinental ballistic missile system, interpreting the deterrent value of the land-based portion of America’s nuclear defense during the Cold War era and commemorating the people and events associated with this recent period of American history.

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