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Human Resources Assistant (Info Systems), GS-0203-05 – new

National Park Service Lakewood, CO

About the Agency **_The employees of the National Park Service care for the special places that are the heritage of all Americans. Since its… ClickCast

18 days ago

Director, Indian Affairs & American Cultural (Cultural Anthropologist)

National Park Service Lakewood, CO

Experience your America and build a fulfilling career by joining the National Park Service, as we prepare for a second century of Stewardship and… ClickCast

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National Park Service Director Jonathan B. Jarvis
Jonathan B. Jarvis
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  • Budget Analyst - Planning

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    Former Contractor - Budget Analyst in Lakewood, CO
    Former Contractor - Budget Analyst in Lakewood, CO
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at National Park Service as a contractor (Less than a year)


    Mostly quiet place to work.


    During the first week of work, my contract scope of work was changed from Budget Analyst to Administrative Support Assistant without explanation or a contract modification. While the staffing agency may be a part of this, the root cause was NPS. Culture in the Planning area was one of fear and bullying by the Chief of Planning. She had everyone scared that if they didn't do as she asked (despite federal regs), they would loose their job. She was a bully, regularly humiliating everyone in her control. People had nervous breakdowns, health problems and complained regularly. I learned way too much about personal information than a person would every want to know. Stay away from the Planning area. While I don't know if Contracts or Transportation areas are better they don't have a Chief that abuses people. People outside of the budget and administrative areas "seemed" to be happy.

    Advice to Management

    Take a hard look at your operation and do the right thing - stewardship of natural resources should translate to stewardship of taxpayer dollars! Get rid of abusive managers - or retire and let someone else do the work.

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