State begins process of filling Roan Mountain Park manager's spot

John Thompson • Updated Nov 28, 2017 at 9:48 PM

ROAN MOUNTAIN — The Tennessee State Parks have begun the process of advertising the vacant position of manager at Roan Mountain State Park. While the process of selecting a new manager is being conducted, Meg Guy, one of the park’s rangers, has been elevated to the position of acting manager.

Guy said the state is required to advertise the positions for 30 days before the selection process begins. She said the state will be accepting resumes through Dec. 13. If all goes well, the position could be filled by February.

The info on applying can be found on the website of the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation at http://www.tn.gov/environment/topic/employment-and-internships.

The manager position became vacant when previous manager J.R. Tinch was promoted to assistant chief ranger for the state.

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