Grand Sable Dunes temporary closure to all public entry for visitor safety
Grand Sable Dunes are rapidly eroding into Sable Creek and Lake Superior. The area from the Ghost Forest Trail north to Lake Superior then along the shoreline to the west side of Sable Creek is temporarily closed. Follow closure signs for your safety. More »
Thank you for your interest in employment at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.
NPS photo by Ed Lasich
Federal agencies fill jobs in several ways and not all jobs are open to external applicants. Agencies can promote an employee, hire an employee who wants to transfer from another agency, reinstate a former Federal employee, or request the names of applicants from an OPM register.
Employment Opportunities with the NPS (pdf)
Seasonal Employment Information (website)
Current Job Openings
Please search for jobs at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore at www.usajobs.gov
If you are pursuing your first Federal Government position, the best source of information is the job announcement. It will explain what the job duties are, what experience or education is necessary to qualify, the pay, and where to send your application. The application process usually consists of two parts: the OF-612 application or resume, and the Knowledges, Skills, and Abilities.
Visit USAJOBS, the Federal Government's one-stop source for Federal jobs and employment information.
Preparing an Application for Federal Government Employment (pdf)
The National Park Service is an Equal Opportunity employer. Selections for positions are on the basis of merit, fitness, and qualifications without regard to race, sex, color, creed, age, marital status, national origin, sexual orientation, non-disqualifying handicap conditions, or any other non-merit factors.
Did You Know?
Bear claw marks can be seen on the trunks of American beech trees because the bark is so smooth. Bears climb trees for safety and to eat beech nuts. The non-native beech bark disease is sweeping through Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, killing many beech trees. Trees scarred with bear claw marks will be harder to find. More...