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Pipestone National Monument Summer Seasonal Jobs

Spend your summer in a national park. Pipestone National Monument will be hiring seasonal Interpretive Park Guides, Maintenance Workers, and Biological Technicians. Summer seasonal jobs are full time, generally start in April/May, and typically run six months through September/October. Most positions are open to all applicants; “student trainee” positions are open to current college students and have flexible start and end dates.

“Seasonal employees play a critical role in protecting resources and sharing the significance of the monument with the public,” says Superintendent Lauren Blacik. “We look forward to welcoming many new and returning employees to our team this summer.”

All applications must be submitted through www.usajobs.gov. Interested applicants should apply immediately on the date of posting if possible. Job announcements will automatically close once the target number of applications is met. Below are the anticipated posting dates for all Pipestone National Monument seasonal positions. However, it is recommended to search for positions regularly, starting in December.

WG-4 Maintenance Worker – Opens January 11, 2020

GS-5 Biological Science Technician – Opens January 8, 2020

GS-4 Student Trainee (Biological Science Technician) – Opens January 20, 2020

GS-5 Park Guide – Opens December 10, 2020

GS-4 Student Trainee Park Guide – December, 2020 TBA

How to Apply: Resume, on-line assessment questionnaire, and any other required documents can be submitted through www.usajobs.gov. Hard copy or email application packages will not be accepted.

For questions about seasonal positions at Pipestone National Monument, contact a Park Ranger at 507-825-5464 x214 or email PIPE_interpretation@nps.gov.

To learn more about the National Park Service and Pipestone National Monument, visit the park’s web site at www.nps.gov/pipe.