Jessica Weinman appointed acting superintendent of the Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River

Beach Lake. Since 2017 she has served as the facility manager at Steamtown National Historic Site. Her Upper Delaware position will extend from Feb. 3 through May 30.

| 28 Jan 2020 | 04:23

Jessica Weinman will arrive on Feb. 3 as the acting superintendent of Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River.

She will serve in this position until approximately May 30.

Since 2017 she has served as the facility manager at Steamtown National Historic Site, a unit of the National Park Service. She manages a budget of over $3 million dollars and leads a staff of approximately 30 people. She received the Intermountain Region Facility Management Excellence Award in both 2010 and 2014.

“I am very appreciative of the opportunity to serve as acting superintendent for Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River," Weinman said. "I feel truly honored to assist, even for a short time, with the protection of this site."

She said she chose the National Park Service as a career because it allowed her to contribute to public education and the preservation of our country’s diverse resources, history, and culture.

Wienman began her career as a seasonal park guide at Mount Rushmore National Memorial in South Dakota. Since then she has served in a variety of facility management positions throughout the country, including Wind Cave National Park, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and Zion National Park. These positions provided a strong foundation in carpentry, asset management, facilities management databases, preservation and maintenance of historic and non-historic buildings and structures, roofing, electrical, plumbing and other trades. She has demonstrated her leadership skills as the Chief of Facilities at Devils Tower National Monument.

Originally from Rennerdale, Pa., Weinman now lives in Pleasant Mount, Pa. In her leisure time, she enjoys outdoor activities, spending time with family, and traveling.