National Park Service Martinez, California
Deadline Apr 25, 2019
Job Type Seasonal / temporary


As a Park Ranger you will be responsible for preparing and implementing educational, youth and volunteer programs at John Muir National Historic Site, and assists with such programs at Eugene O'Neill National Historic Site and Rosie the Riveter WWII Home Front National Historical Park. You will be a "public face" of the National Park Service, conducting interpretation, education, outreach and civic engagement programs, especially with youth, volunteers and community groups. You will give formal and informal educational presentations. Assist in coordinating volunteers, youth and volunteer services, as well as recruit and orient new volunteers. You will also help with monitoring and reporting the condition of the park resources, working closely with colleagues, other divisions, and ensuring the protection of resources and the safety of visitors, volunteers, employees and the public.

Area Information: This position is part of a four park complex located in Central Contra Costa County east of San Francisco Bay. Duty station would be at John Muir NHS, Martinez, California, with occasional work conducted at Eugene O'Neill NHS Danville, California, Rosie the Riveter WWII Home Front NHP Richmond, California or Port Chicago Naval Magazine NM, Concord, California. Winters are moderate and wet while summers are hot and dry. No Government quarters are available and cost of living is relatively high in the Bay Area. These cities are of several suburban communities in central Contra Costa County, all of which provide housing, retail, health care, entertainment, recreation and other services. Public schools in the area are considered superior.

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