Maintenance Historic Structure – Pipe Spring National Monument

Position Type: Regular Student Hourly

Open until filled

Work Hours: Mar-September; 40 hours/week working 10-hour days. Schedule may include weekends and holidays.

Wage: $12.53 / Hour DOE

Location: Moccasin, AZ



The intern will work under the supervision of craftsmen in the Maintenance Department and perform a variety of maintenance related tasks. Duties include assisting in historic preservation projects and carpentry projects such as the repair and repainting of historic structures, wagons, fences, and other cultural landscape features; grounds maintenance (mowing grass, pruning, trimming, raking and weeding); livestock care (feeding, cleaning corrals and chicken coop); and assisting in minor repairs to utility systems and public buildings. Internships will also include introduction to computer-based maintenance management systems. Most work will be performed outside in a range of temperatures and weather conditions. May be required to lift 50-100lbs.

Government onsite Housing Quarters will be available at the single room rate during the Internship.


Candidates must be interested in learning how to care for various aspects of the Monument through hands-on, mind-on projects; be able to work on tasks independently and as part of a team; and work in outdoor and indoor settling throughout the summer months.

Application Instructions:

  1. Go to
  2. Click on the IIC Application “APPLY NOW”. This will download a word document of the IIC Internship Application.
  3. Fill in the application (this can be done on your computer).
  4. Save application and email it, with your resume, transcripts, and statement of interest, to Bob Bradley at In the subject line put IIC INTERNSHIP APPLICATION.

You can also print your application and bring it to Miranda Gubler at the IIC offices.

Submit IIC application, resume, transcripts, and statement of interest. Applications available until position is filled.

Contact Information:

Bob Bradley



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