• Three kayakers enjoying the river.

    Chattahoochee River

    National Recreation Area Georgia

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Join the Team!


Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area is staffed by a diverse and enthusiastic team of permanent, seasonal, intern, and volunteer workers.

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General Information

The National Park Service has been dedicated to the preservation and protection of our nation's outstanding natural, cultural, historical, and recreational areas since its establishment in 1916. The management of these areas requires a dedicated work force that is hired through various methods. These are the primary method that positions are filled at Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area.

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Current Job Opportunities

Applications for jobs with the National Park Service are accepted via www.usajobs.gov, the federal government's official source for federal job listings and employment opportunity information. The jobs listed below are being drawn from www.usajobs.gov, and clicking on any of them will take you to the detailed announcement for that job on www.usajobs.gov.

Student Conservation Association

Student Conservation Association

The Student Conservation Association (SCA) offers positions in many park areas. While not a salaried position, you will receive compensation in the form of a stipend, moving expenses or mileage reimbursement and a monetary award which can be used for paying off old school loans or paying for additional classes. To learn more, visit the Student Conservation Association's website, or call (603) 543-1700.


Youth Conservation Corps

The Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) is a summer employment program for young women and men, from all segments of society, who work, learn and earn together by doing projects on public land. Since 1971, the YCC has operated as a work-earn-learn program for youth ages 15 through 18. The program is administered by the U.S. Forest Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the National Park Service. Youth are provided an opportunity to increase their self-esteem and learn self discipline. They learn work ethics and relate with peers and supervisors. At the same time, this experience helps to build lasting cultural bridges between youth from various social, economic, ethnic, and racial backgrounds. Learn more about the YCC at Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area.

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