Partial Closure on Horn Island
Small portion of Horn Island, Mississippi, closed to entry due to discovery of asbestos and possible other bio hazards. Click on more for map and press release. More »
Shorebirds Nesting Near Roads - 20 mph
Shorebirds are nesting near roads and cross the road regularly. Observe posted speed limits and be alert for tiny birds on the roads. Last year 155 birds were killed on park roads, help us reduce the mortality rate of these beautiful birds and go slow.
The Seashore employs personnel in a diverse range of occupations: management; technical and professional administrative (personnel, budget and fiscal, contracting and procurement, property); clerical support; park rangers in law enforcement and interpretation; lifeguards; natural and cultural resources (biological sciences, natural, cultural and exhibit specialists); trades and crafts (maintenance workers, motor vehicle operators, carpenters, electricians, small craft operators, welders, laborers, painters etc.). A variety of levels of expertise are found in our jobs. Positions are located in Florida and Mississippi and may be permanent and/or seasonal. Lifeguards and also Fee Collectors.
If interested in becoming a member of this dynamic team, look for our job vacancy announcements and how to apply information on the internet at http://www.usajobs.opm.gov.
You may contact us in writing Gulf Islands National Seashore, 1801 Gulf Breeze Parkway, Gulf Breeze, FL 32563 or by telephone at (850) 934-2611. The National Park Service and Gulf Islands National Seashore are equal opportunity employers and selections for positions are made on the basis of merit, fitness and specific qualifications without regard to race, sex, color, creed, age*, marital status, national origin, sexual orientation, non-disqualifying handicap conditions, or any other non-merit factor.
* Exception: there are minimum and maximum entry age requirements for both law enforcement and fire program positions.
Did You Know?
In the 1880s, Geronimo and other members of the Chiricahua-Apache tribe were prisoners at Fort Pickens located at Gulf Islands National Seashore.