Positions

Find the position that is right for you. Positions in this search are for 18 and older. If you are under 18, please visit our National Crew or Community Crew pages.

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Biology Assistant

Starts January 5, 2015 • Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge, Brigham City, UT

Bio-tech Intern to assist wildlife refuge biologist on a National Wildlife Refuge.

Community Engagement Intern

Starts September 15, 2014 • Saguaro National Park, Tucson, AZ

Work with local communities in the Sonoran Desert and explore the rich Hispanic Heritage of the region.

Recreation Intern

Starts June 1, 2015 • Gallatin National Forest, Big Timber, MT

Join the US Forest Service, Gallatin National Forest, Bozeman Ranger District for an adventure in outdoor recreation services.

Outreach and Education Intern

Starts January 5, 2015 • Olympic National Park, Port Angeles, WA

Work with students and in local communities to inspire the next generation of park supporters and stewards.

Off-Highway Vehicle Trails Intern

Starts September 12, 2014 • Ocala National Forest, Silver Springs, FL

You will assist with the implementation of the Ocala NF off-highway (OHV) program; work alongside Forest Service employees in operation and maintenance of 200 miles of OHV travel ways and more!

Park Ranger Assistant

Starts August 1, 2014 • USACE (Army Corps of Engineers), Peoria, IL

A Park Ranger Assistant assists with all programs managed at the Illinois Waterway Project Office. These programs include, but not limited to interpretation, recreation management, Natural Resource Management and Administration.

GIS Intern

Starts September 1, 2014 • Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve, Jacksonville, FL

Full-time, 52-week position will assist the National Park Service Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve, Resource Stewardship and Partnership Division in Jacksonville, FL .

Civil War to Civil Rights Interpretation Intern

Starts September 15, 2014 • Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, Sandy Springs, GA

Develop and implement programs relating to the Civil War to Civil Rights theme to help park visitors make connections to our past, present, and future. Use social media to relay these messages to the public. Facilitate meetings between parks/partners

Exotic Plant Team Intern

Starts September 29, 2014 • Prince William Forest Park, Triangle, VA

You will identify and inventory non-native and native plant species, eradicate the invasive species through mechanical and chemical treatment, survey invasive plant sites with a GPS unit. Develop maps using GIS and database software.

Recreation Intern

Starts June 1, 2015 • Gallatin National Forest, Bozeman, MT

Join the US Forest Service, Gallatin National Forest, Bozeman Ranger District for an adventure in outdoor recreation services.

Biological Monitor

Starts September 8, 2014 • Naval Facilities and Engineering Command Marianas, Hagatna, GU

Take advantage of a challenging and exciting opportunity to assist a federal agency with natural resource management in the Pacific.

Hydrologic Technician

Starts October 1, 2014 • Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, Suffolk, VA

Great Dismal Swamp NWR Hydrologic Technician. Learn techniques to quantify surface water and groundwater movement in a 112,000 forested peatland in southeastern Virginia.

2014 Desert Restoration Corps

Starts October 1, 2014 • Ridgecrest Field Office BLM, Ridgecrest, CA

Are you ready for a challenge? Join the DRC! Help restore and protect Wilderness Areas in the heart of southern California’s vast desert!

Interpretation/Visitor Services Intern

Starts September 8, 2014 • Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge, Parker, AZ

Environmental Education Intern

Ash Tree Surveyor Intern

Starts September 8, 2014 • Rock Creek Park, Washington, DC

Survey native ash trees in Rock Creek Park to determine if the Emeral Ash Borer Beetle is invading the capital citys forest.

Resource Management Intern

Starts September 15, 2014 • Chiricahua National Monument, Willcox, AZ

Southeast Arizona Resource Management Intern—Approximately 26 weeks in length.

White Nose Syndrome, Bat, and Cave Management Intern

Starts September 15, 2014 • Chiricahua National Monument, Willcox, AZ

White Nose Symdrome, Bat, & Cave Intern—Approximately 26 weeks in length.

GIS and Cultural Resource Management Intern

Starts September 15, 2014 • Chiricahua National Monument, Willcox, AZ

Cultural Resource Management and GIS Intern - 26 weeks

Winter Trail Ranger

Starts January 5, 2015 • Payette National Forest, McCall, ID

Winter Trail Ranger Position in Beautiful McCall, Idaho!

Environmental Education Intern

Starts September 22, 2014 • Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge, Nampa, ID

Environmental Education Intern to conduct environmental education programs, help plan and implement special events, and work with environmental education volunteers and partners.

Environmental Educator

Starts September 8, 2014 • Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, Oceanville, NJ

Environmental Educator at Edwin B. Forsythe NWR

Historic Data Preservation/GIS

Starts September 21, 2014 • FWS Southwest Region (R2), , NM

Do you enjoy archiving, curation, and GIS? Want to help preserve the history of the National Wildlife Refuge System? Come learn sought after skills in data preservation, data provenance, and GIS. LOCAL only.

Resources Intern

Starts September 22, 2014 • Tonto National Monument, Roosevelt, AZ

The National Park Service preserves and manages our country’s outstanding natural, historic, and recreational resources. This internship will help ensure the protection of cultural and natural resources at Tonto National Monument.

Preservation Intern

Starts September 1, 2014 • Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve, Coupeville, WA

Come join the team at Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve for a unique internship filled with varied experiences.

Education and Interpretation Intern

Starts September 1, 2014 • Kofa National Wildlife Refuge, Yuma, AZ

The SCA Interpretive Park Ranger intern will operate out of the SW Arizona Refuge Complex National Wildlife Refuge headquarters. He/she will manage the Environmental Education and Visitor Services Program and serve as the Refuge Volunteer Coordinator.

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