How cool would it be to be a park ranger?

three park rangers walking away from the backside of the Statue of Liberty with text "How cool would it be to be a National Park Ranger next Liberty, Statue of Liberty National Monument
Park rangers posing behind the Statue of Liberty

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The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration are looking for summer seasonal help next year. We are accepting applications for Park Ranger (Foreign Language) and Visitor Services Assistant. Positions are open RIGHT NOW through 11:59 PM, Eastern Standard Time, this Friday. To find our more or to apply for these positions, visit:

GS-5 Park Ranger (Foreign Language) French, Italian, Mandarin, and Spanish
The Statue of Liberty receives visitors from all over the world. Maybe you would like to talk to them and tell liberty's story:

GS-5 Visitor Services Assistant
This is the foot-in-the-door job for the National Park Service. You are helping people through security screening and navigating around Liberty and Ellis Island:

Interviews/Selections are set for February. Positions start in mid-May and early June and run through mid-October/mid-November. They are full time positions lasting 3 to 6 months. They do not lead to permanent jobs.

Tip 1: use the USAJobs Resume builder to start your application- you can cut, copy and paste into your favorite word processing software. The Resume builder asks the questions that HAVE to be answered in order to apply for a federal job.
Tip 2: Make sure you select "New York" because that is where the Statue of Liberty is located.
Tip 3: Do not select that you want park housing. We do not have any to offer AND we will not be able to see your application.

Come enlighten the world as a future National Park Service employee!

Last updated: December 3, 2019

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