• Glacier in Kenai Fjords National Park

    Kenai Fjords

    National Park Alaska

Jobs

Ranger explains glacial dynamics to park visitors

Interpreting park resources is just one of the many job opportunities available at Kenai Fjords

NPS Photo

We fill positions in many fields, including interpretation, maintenance, administration, resource management, education and law enforcement. Some jobs are office-oriented, others focus on working with the public, and some involve working outdoors. Each job performs a vital function - that of providing visitors an opportunity to enjoy a unique experience, while working hard to preserve natural and cultural resources for future generations.

See the links below for information on applying and volunteering with the National Parks. All current openings are listed below. If you have additional questions about employment at Kenai Fjords National Park after you have read this information, please feel free to contact the park's Human Resources Assistant.

Application Information

Volunteer Opportunities

 

CURRENT JOB OPENINGS


 
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Kenai Fjords National Park is currently advertising for the above position. The announcement is posted on USAJobs, and will be open till Tuesday, May 6, 2014.

Please see the announcement for qualifications, duties, and application procedures.
 
Please check back occasionally for any new postings,
or regularly check USAJobs.



THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Selections will be made solely on the basis of merit, fitness, and qualifications without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, marital status, political affiliation, national origin, physical handicap, sexual orientation, membership or non-membership in an employee organization, or any other non-merit factors.

Did You Know?

The Harding Icefield in Kenai Fjords National Park

Snowfall on the Harding Icefield can exceed 100 feet each year. After 4-10 years of compression snow turns into glacial ice.