Employment

Wrangell St Elias Biological Technician Clears Brush
Wrangell St Elias Biological Technician Clears Brush
  • Mt. McKinley a back drop for Denali Park Ranger

    Mt. McKinley a back drop for Denali Park Ranger

  • Denali park ranger conducts interpretive talk with visitors

    Denali park ranger conducts interpretive talk with visitors

  • Wrangell St Elias Biological Technician Clears Brush

    Wrangell St Elias Biological Technician Clears Brush

  • Archeological Dig

    Archeological Dig

Introduction

Equal opportunity in all areas of employment has always been a top priority for the Alaska Region and, just as important, a workforce that is reflective of the citizens we serve. Our initiatives are aligned with the Interior’s plans which include national and local recruitment efforts conducted to increase public awareness and diversity in our workforce.

Diverstiy in Alaska's National Parks

The National Park Service (NPS) has many professional, volunteer, and trade opportunities across the country. From parks to regional offices, the NPS employs over 20,000 individuals in permanent and temporary positions.

In Alaska alone, the NPS serves over 2.5 million visitors to the Alaska parks each year, and employs up to 1,000 employees at the peak period (summer), actually doubling in size. The range of occupational opportunities include, but are not limited to, natural resources, wildlife, law enforcement, park rangers, recreation, visitor guides, information science, engineering, telecommunication, finance, human resources, and much, much more.

America's diversity, history, and natural beauty have given this country its unique strength, resilience, and richness. Join the team who’s committed to preserving unimpaired the natural and cultural resources and values of the national park system for the enjoyment, education, and inspiration of this and future generations!

Employment Highlights

  • USAJobs Search NPS Alaska

    NPS job search results for the Alaska Region.

  • How To Become A Park Ranger

    The basic goal of a national park ranger is to protect and preserve public resources while helping people enjoy them.

  • Preparing an Application

    You can apply for Federal jobs using either the OF-612 or by submitting a Federal style resume.

  • Volunteer

    Whether you have a day or an entire season, opportunities exist for volunteers in Alaska in both the summer and winter.

Last Updated: January 16, 2014