Alaska's National Parks are exceptionally beautiful, provide excellent recreational opportunities, and offer highly rewarding work in amazing places. We are currently soliciting applications to fill temporary Biological Science Technician (Plant General Fish Wildlife) positions at some locations. The number, type, location, and start/stop dates of the positions are dependent upon individual unit needs. Availability of government housing, day care facilities and other items will vary by location. All locations offer excellent recreational and work opportunities!
The parks recruiting through this announcement are listed below. The approximate start/stop dates for the positions are listed in parentheses. The dates are approximate and may change based on funding, weather, work, and other circumstances. When you apply online, you will be asked to specify the location(s) where you would like to work. You can select some or all of the locations.
Southwest Alaska Network - Anchorage, Port Alsworth, and King Salmon, AK (May - Oct) http://science.nature.nps.gov/im/units/swan/
Kenai Fjords National Park, Seward, AK (April - Sept) www.nps.gov/kefj
Central Alaska Network, Fairbanks AK (May - Sept) www.nps.gov/yuga
Denali National Park and Preserve - (apply under McKinley Park, AK)(May - Oct) www.nps.gov/dena
Wrangell St. Elias National Park and Preserve (Copper Center, AK) (May - Sep) - www.nps.gov/wrst
Government housing may be available in Copper Center and Seward, AK.
Government housing is not available in Anchorage or Fairbanks, AK.
Government housing is available in Port Alsworth, King Salmon and Denali, AK.
In rare cases this appointment may be extended beyond the not to exceed date. When selected, employees may be noncompetitively hired for subsequent summer seasons in the same position at the same location.