You will develop and present professional thematic interpretive programs - like guided walks, talks, Junior Ranger, and evening programs - presenting the huge array of Park resources to a wide variety of audiences. You'll also provide visitor services, including staff the visitor center/contact stations (no sales), and providing park information. Your specific duties will include presenting curriculum based education programs to school groups from 2nd -12th grade with corresponding teacher workshops, performing hands-on science and monitoring based on Educational and Resource Management goals and research, coordination with the Resource Management and scientific community and assisting with field testing and evaluation. You'll also develop and prepare materials for use in curriculum-based education programs relating to the natural and cultural history of Pinnacles' with special emphasis on the California Condor Reintroduction program, park geology, and watershed monitoring - which must be aligned to the State of California Content Standards. In addition, you will provide educational program support, including scheduling programs, administer program activities, and related educational products; in addition to conducting park operations to include: trail patrols, radio dispatching, providing first aid, and operating park vehicles. Percentages may shift based on need.