This position is located at the National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center in Baker City, Oregon. The employee informs visitors about BLM facilities and resources. Duties are performed on or off-site at locations designated by the BLM, e.g. interpretive centers, campgrounds, historical sites, auditoriums, etc. Learns BLM resources by reviewing published maps, research materials, and other documents prepared by park rangers and other professionals and by talking with BLM staff. Provide assistance in connection with one-time or annual celebrations related to the programs and themes of the site. Operates a variety of audio visual and other equipment used in connection with interpretive material, e.g. projectors, cameras, and video equipment. Prepares the interpretative facilities (amphitheatres, auditoriums, campfires, self-guiding trails, and classrooms), to receive and serve visitors including the repair of equipment, weatherization, opening and closing down activities. The ranger performs routine site safety inspections and reports problems needing remedy. Ranger oversees and maintains the regular and routine brochure inventory and stocking, collects fees, make minor brochure revisions, coordinates the reprinting of materials and is responsible for reporting conditions of waysides and bulletin boards. Performs administrative duties and may serve on committees, will also perform minor routine emergency medical services when needed.