• A unique perspective - visitors look down upon the USS Arizona

    World War II Valor in the Pacific

    National Monument HI,AK,CA

Jobs

Thank you for your interest in joining the team at World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument.

The National Park Service seeks students, professionals, and other qualified individuals from numerous academic disciplines and trades for a wide variety of internship, seasonal and permanent positions available nationwide. We encourage all interested and qualified persons to apply for jobs. We want a workforce that reflects the diversity of America. You must be a United States citizen to be eligible for consideration for employment. Certain jobs may also have age and physical qualifications. Generally, you must be at least 18 years of age.

The National Park Service fills all positions in accord with U.S. Office of Personnel Management OPM regulations. Normally, a person seeking an initial appointment to a permanent position must gain eligibility on an appropriate OPM register.


How Jobs Are Filled
Federal agencies fill jobs in several ways. 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.

General Resource Bulletins—Great info on job opportunities and how to apply
Seasonal/Temporary Employment—Most career employees begin as seasonal or temporary
Volunteers at USS Arizona Memorial—Volunteer Opportunities at the memorial.


Your Application
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.

For more help with your application, visit USAJOBS, the Federal Government's one-stop source for Federal jobs and employment information, or call 1-478-757-3000 or TDD 1-478-744-2299.

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

The Japanese aerial bomb that struck the forward section of the USS Arizona ignited the forward magazine causing a catastrophic explosion that sunk the battleship in nine minutes.