Visitor Use Management and Interpretation #32226

Outdoor Pathways



Category: On-Campus

Position Type: Internship

Open until Fri, April 30, 2021

Work Hours: 40

Wage: $16.90

Location: Cedar City, UT


Schedule: Eight hours a day, five consecutive days/week. Will most likely work weekends and holidays.

Dates: 05-05-2021 - 09-10-2021

Agency: National Park Service

Location: Pipe Spring National Monument


This position requires front desk customer service at park Visitor Centers. Intern will provide information to visitors to ensure an enjoyable and safe trip. Intern will provide fee collection, operate AV equipment and open and close the building. Intern will develop and provide interpretive, educational and school programs on park natural and cultural resources and produce Park communications through written and verbal means, social media and press releases. Position will assist with special projects as they arise. Position requires working both inside and outdoors and may encounter various weather conditions when outdoors.

Position Responsibilities:

Visitor Services intern positions may include some or all of the following responsibilities. Each park may have specific duties relevant to the park that are not listed here. Greet and orient park visitors. Answer visitor questions and conduct public presentations on natural and cultural resource significance. Provide safety and regulatory information, conduct interpretive talks and guided walks while developing an in-depth knowledge of the park’s geology, history, plants, and wildlife. Interns may collect fees, and sell park related association gifts, books and merchandise in the visitor’s center, and account for funds received. Interns will ensure park information pamphlets and other materials are well stocked in the visitor’s center.


Candidates must have excellent customer service and interpersonal skills. This position requires excellent customer service skills, the ability to enjoy working with individuals and groups of diverse backgrounds (public experience helpful). Excellent writing skills, knowledge or interest in regional geology, native tribes, ecology, history, etc. are essential for this position. The successful candidate should be excited about Public Lands and have a desire for knowledge of the natural world.

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