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  • A.J. Wright
    fyi..aj wright ... From: H-NET/OHA Discussion List on Oral History [mailto:H-ORALHIST@H-NET.MSU.EDU] On Behalf Of Jeffrey G. Charnley Sent: Tuesday, April 04,
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      fyi..aj wright

      -----Original Message-----
      From: H-NET/OHA Discussion List on Oral History
      [mailto:H-ORALHIST@...] On Behalf Of Jeffrey G. Charnley
      Sent: Tuesday, April 04, 2000 10:38 AM
      To: H-ORALHIST@...
      Subject: JOB: Oral History Position--Tuskegee Airmen,Deadline 10 April
      2000


      From: Christine Trebellas

      Southeast Regional Office
      National Park Service
      Atlanta Federal Center--1924 Building
      100 Alabama St. S.W.
      Atlanta, GA 30303
      phone: 404-562-3117 x623
      fax: 404-562-3202
      ccmail: christine_trebellas@...

      Dear Colleagues,

      The National Park Service is looking for a Project Coordinator for the

      Tuskegee Airmen Oral History Project. Attached is a description of the
      position and
      a link to the official job announcment. Please forward this message to
      anyone
      you think might be interested. The deadline for applications is April
      10,
      2000.
      Thank you.

      Sincerely,
      Christine Trebellas

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      TUSKEGEE AIRMEN ORAL HISTORY
      PROJECT COORDINATOR POSITION


      A vacancy announcement for a term project coordinator for a major,
      nationwide oral history project has been posted on the federal
      government's
      recruitment web site:

      www.usajobs.opm.gov/wfjic/jobs/AT0225.HTM

      An application and any supporting materials must be received by the
      Office
      of Personnel Management in Atlanta by APRIL 10, 2000.

      The project coordinator will supervise a team of approximately 10
      interviewers who will be interviewing individuals connected with the
      training of
      African-American pilots in Tuskegee, AL (the Tuskegee Airmen) during
      World
      War II. The interviews will be conducted at locations across the U.S.
      The
      interviews and transcripts will form the basis of a permanent archives
      at the Tuskegee
      Airmen National Historic Site and will also be used in museum
      exhibits. The
      position is based in Atlanta, Georgia, and will last at least two, but
      not
      more than four, years. It is a GS-12 position with a salary of $50,552
      and
      standard federal government benefits.

      In addition to a CV or application, it is important that applicants
      submit
      a statement explaining how their education, training, and experience
      fulfills
      the requirements of the five Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSA's)
      contained
      in the vacancy announcement.

      Applications are due to the Office of Personnel Management in Atlanta
      (see
      announcement) by Close of Business, April 10, 2000. Please direct any

      questions about this position and the application process to Bob
      Blythe or Christine
      Trebellas at 404-562-3117 or via e-mail to Bob_Blythe@....
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