Grand Canyon from Pima Point includes steep cliffs on both left and right sides of the view a limestone pillar in the foreground and colorful peaks in the distance
Grand Canyon as seen from Pima Point on the South Rim. NPS photo.
10 National Park Service Employees pose for a group photo at a scenic overlook with Grand Canyon in the background

NPS/Bryan Maul

Federal Employment

Looking for employment at Grand Canyon or within other federal lands? Jobs are posted regularly at USAJOBS:

  • Pathways - USAJOBS creates opportunities for current students or recent graduates emerging into the work force.

Additional Job Opportunities

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Grand Canyon Conservancy

(GCC) is the official nonprofit partner of Grand Canyon National Park, created in 1932 to cultivate knowledge, discovery, and stewardship for the benefit of the park and its visitors.

Do you have an RV and want to work at Grand Canyon this season? GCC is hiring seasonal staff to work in their retail locations throughout the South Rim of the park.

This job is an entry-level position & the primary purpose is to ensure that every visitor receives world-class service in each of GCC's retail stores in the park. Visit to learn more.

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Paul Revere Transportation

Paul Revere Transportation provides the shuttle bus service on the South Rim of the park.

An RV is required. Your RV site will be provided for cost, plus utilities (no housing provided).

  • Bus Operator >
    Applicants must be at least 18 years old and have a CDL with passenger and brake endorsements required.
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Grand Canyon Lodges

Visitor Services

Grand Canyon's concessionaires provide lodging, food and many other visitor services. Applications are accepted year-round. Positions are available with:

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Volunteer in Park

Grand Canyon National Park participates in the National Park Service's Volunteers in Parks program.

Each year more than 85,000 volunteers donate more than 3,000,000 hours of service in the national parks.The program uses voluntary help in a way that is mutually beneficial to the National Park Service and the volunteer.

Learn more about volunteer opportunities with the National Park Service and with Grand Canyon National Park.

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Youth crew assists National Park Service crews in removing downed branches.

NPS Photo

Youth Opportunities

Looking for a job or internship opportunity? The following programs are available at Grand Canyon and other federal lands:

  • Arizona Conservation Corp (AZCC) focuses on connecting youth, young adults and veterans with public lands. Crews work across Arizona and promotes diversity in its participants.
  • Southwest Conservation Corps (SCC) provides high school students, college students, and veterans opportunities to engage with public lands in the frontcountry and backcountry.
  • Scientists in Parks places aspiring professionals interested in natural resource management into National Parks around the country, encouraging diversity and professional skill building.
  • Youth Conservation Corps (YCC), intended for ages 15 through 18, employs youth from a variety of backgrounds into full time jobs at various National Park units throughout the country. Most are non-residential programs and work generally lasts 8 to 10 weeks.

Why Grand Canyon?

Hear from our National Park Service staff:

"I love my job because in my role, I am helping take care of this special place that has immense meaning to Indigenous and non-Indigenous people. I am able to educate others about why all the things on this earth are important and help people understand the deep meanings of resource management that are not taught in schools and can only be learned at places like the Grand Canyon." Fire Archaeologist in the Science and Resource Management Division

"I serve as a caretaker and steward for the treasures we as the American people value so much. I have great pride in knowing the projects I have been involved with will benefit generations to come." Program Manager for Projects, Environment, and Planning Division

"The expansiveness of the park and diversity of the operation."
Deputy Program Manager of Visitor and Resource Protection Division

"I can convey all of the important messages through my graphic/artistic skills. As a future leader of this wonderful agency, I feel that I will be able to carry out the intentional inclusiveness efforts to recruit diverse candidates."
Visual Information Specialist

"There's something about it that keeps calling us back. We initially were going to go to a different park each year [to volunteer], but the community keeps drawing us back. When we pull into the park, we're home."
North Rim Visitor and Resource Protection Volunteers


Last updated: November 2, 2023

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PO Box 129
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023



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