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Peggy Osbourn
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  • Houston, TX
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Chesterland, Ohio
Where have you lived and worked?
Ohio, Guam, Indiana, Texas
About Me:
I am a career transition person with a love for Bozeman, Yellowstone and surrounds.
Last Seasonal Job:
adjunct faculty
Favorite Seasonal Job:
haven't had it yet
Dream Job:
to help others achieve their dream job

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At 6:48am on January 15, 2013, aggie71 said…

Hi Peggy .... welcome to Coolworks!  To investigate a job with NPS go to ..... the federal employment web site.  Log in and then set up a search for the type of job you are interested in.  I've worked for NPS for the last two summers ... good pay and good housing.  It's worth investigating.  Let me know if you have specific questions.   Richard (you also can call me at 713-898-6407....I'm in Houston also)


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