Job announcements are posted on http://www.usajobs.gov/ in December and January each year. Applicants should read the vacancy announcements closely for directions on how to apply.
There are many exciting summer jobs at Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts. Here's a brief description of the jobs that may be available for the summer season.
Ushers help seat patrons and enforce seating area rules.
Maintenance Workers direct performance traffic and help keep the park safe and clean.
Stage Door Aides are the support staff for the production office.
Park Guides work during the day, wear a Park Ranger uniform, give interpretive programs, and help at the Children's Theatre-in-the-Woods.
Visitor Use Assistants work during the evening, wear a Park Ranger uniform and help with crowd control, parking operations, and emergency situations for performances at the Filene Center.
Theater Specialist mixes sound and helps with stage management at the Children's Theatre-in-the-Woods.
Natural Resources Interns work with the park's master gardener.
Did You Know?
Wolf Trap's name comes from the creek that flows in the area - Wolf Trap Run.