Position Type: Internship – Mid-May through mid-August, 2018
Tour of Duty: 40 hours/week – May work weekends
Salary: $12.33 per hour
Open until: March 16, 2018
Location: Bryce Canyon National Park
Interns will work with NPS staff in collaboration with SUU outdoor recreation professors to collect recreation impact data in Bryce Canyon National Park. The interns will work in varied environments: congested visitation areas and remote backcountry areas below the rim. The majority of time will be spent in the developed and more visited portions of the park. But some backcountry travel will also take place. Primary duties will entail field based data collection along park trails, at park viewpoints, parking lots, areas where visitor impacts to vegetation is occurring in both developed areas and along the park’s backcountry trail system as well as data analysis and reporting.
Housing: Shared government housing may be available (intern pays rent). Camping during the week with return to Cedar City on weekends may also be an option.
How to Apply
If interested, please send a résumé by March 16, 2018 to: Kim_Barton@nps.gov
For questions about the position, please contact Linda_Mazzu@nps.gov or call 435-834-4700.