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Camp Host/Light Maintenance/Visitor Services Position

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Date Added: 06/20/2017 Location: Parker, AZ, AZ Description: Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge

3 and 6 month terms between

July 2017 through November 2017 - Winter positions are filled for 2017/2018

24 hours per week per individual or 32 per couple.

Duties include:

General Maintenance and Visitor Services

 Upkeep of facilities, vehicles, and water systems including cleaning public restrooms, fishing docks, and other public areas. Open and main...


Campground Host

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Date Added: 06/20/2017 Location: Hot Springs, AR Description: ## Please note dates - we are filling 1 vacancy in June 2018, two in July, August and September 2018 ##

Location Description
Rich in cultural and natural resources, this park was established in 1832 as the first federal reserve. Luxurious old bathhouses line historical Bathhouse Row and offer a glimpse of life in the early 1900s. The surrounding park and the Ouachita National Forest have hiking trails, campgrounds and lakes. Hot Springs, a c...


Natural Resource Management Volunteer

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Date Added: 06/20/2017 Location: Hot Springs, AR Description:  

Position Description: The volunteer hired for this position will be part of the natural resource management team, helping to achieve resource management goals through monitoring of threatened and endangered (T&E) bat species, performing basic water quality monitoring, removing invasive vegetation, and assisting with citizen science and other research efforts. The volunteer will also aid in visitor outreach and education about resource management top...


Visitor Center Host w/ RV site

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Date Added: 06/20/2017 Location: Big Bend National Park, TX Description: Big Bend National Park encompasses 801,000 acres of incredible Chihuahuan Desert with varied scenery and diversity of plant and animal life. Recreational opportunities include hiking, bird watching, photography, backcountry camping, bicycling, and river rafting/canoeing. The climate is generally pleasant with hot summers (90-100 degrees F.) and mild winters (30-50 degrees F.). Park elevations range from 1,924 ft at Rio Grande Village to 7,832 ft at Emory Peak, with Panther Junction...


6S: Tahkenitch Campground Hosts

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Date Added: 06/20/2017 Location: Reedsport , OR Description: A couple is needed to host a beautiful old-growth campground (34 sites) on the Oregon coast. The host site is nestled peacefully among the tall firs. Many hiking trails are close by. There is very limited cell phone coverage (Verizon is best). Satellite TV is questionable.

Duties: Managing reservations and first-come sites, cleaning and keeping restroom stocked, litter pick up, and any other light duties that may be assigned. Hosts would be on-site for a 5-day / 20...


Roving Visitor Services/Interpretive volunteer

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Date Added: 06/20/2017 Location: Hot Springs, AR Description: As one of 400+ official units of the National Park Service, Hot Springs National Park protects unique geothermal water and associated lands for public health, wellness and enjoyment. Designated as a federal reservation in 1832, the thermal waters in Hot Springs National Park are the only federally controlled hot springs in the United States to be managed for public health and consumptive use; the surrounding structures on Bathhouse Row showcase both the largest collection of 20th century bat...


Garden Volunteer

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Date Added: 06/19/2017 Location: Vienna, VA Description: Job Description

Our park is as beautiful as it because of our abundance of gardens. Many of the gardens you see are dedicated to a purpose, whether that is our kitchen gardens or biodiversity specific gardens. Everything you see has been planted and maintained by our personal gardeners alongside the work of volunteers like you.  Help us weed, plant, and mulch garden beds at Wolf Trap, to help the National Park preserve its aesthetic beauty.

Woodland ...


Dworshak Dam & Reservoir-Visitor Center Maint Sept-Nov (Located at the Dam)

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Date Added: 06/19/2017 Location: Ahsahka, ID Description: Visitor Center Maintenance Sept-Nov (Located at the Dam)

Volunteer Duties: As a Visitor Center Maintenance Volunteer at Dworshak you can enjoy the summer in beautiful northern Idaho. The lake offers nearly 54 miles of fishing and boating opportunities. One couple is needed from September 15, 2017 through November 15, 2017. Most duties are between 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and the Volunteers usually work four on and four off that way you have time to explore Idaho, a...


Rocky Mountain - Downtown Estes Park Visitor Center Shuttle Stop

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Date Added: 06/19/2017 Location: Estes Park, CO Description: Rocky Mountain  - Downtown Estes Park Visitor Center Shuttle Stop

NOTE: You must live within commuting distance of Rocky Mountain National Park as there will be no housing associated with this position. 

THIS IS A NEW AND VITAL NEED! Thanks for your interest! 

Description of work to be performed:

  • Provide park visitors with excellent customer service involving interpretation and information on the...

2018 Campground Hosts

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Date Added: 06/19/2017 Location: Springdale, UT Description: There are multiple slots to be filled throughout the year including December 2017 - February 2018, March/April 2018, May/June 2018, July/August 2018, September - November 2018. The processing of applications will begin in July 2017. 

Campground hosts provide a valuable point of contact for visitors staying in park campgrounds. Campground hosts are official representatives of the National Park Service and are required to wear the NPS park volunteer uniform while on du...


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