State Parks is recruiting for the following permanent positions:
No open permanent positions at this time.
Permanent and seasonal openings are announced online through the Nevada Division of Human Resource Management (former Department of Personnel). Applications must be received by the Nevada Division of Human Resource Management by the deadline on the job announcement. If you are unable to submit an applications online, please contact the Nevada Division of Human Resources Management at (775) 684-0150, to request a hardcopy of the application.
For more information about State Park positions, download a recruitment brochure (Pdf file).
Applications for seasonal positions are accepted year-round by the Nevada Division of State Parks. The best time to apply is January and February for the upcoming season. Job opportunities are listed on our website or on the State of Nevada Division of Human Resource Management website at https://nvjobs.nv.gov/Job/Current State Job Openings under “Other Job Opportunities” or under “Classified Job Announcement (NVAPPS) for Maintenance Repair Worker positions, then click on”Mechanical and Construction Trades” left column under heading Browse Recruitments
by Occupational Group .
State Parks is recruiting for the following seasonal positions:
Park Ranger Technician I, view job announcement.
Park Aid I, view job announcement.
Park Aid II, view job announcement.
Lifeguard I, view job announcement.
Lifeguard II/Head Lifeguard, view job announcement.
To apply, interested persons may submit a copy of their completed NVAPPS applicant profile directly to the regions or parks where they are interested in working. Selected applicants will be contacted for interviews as vacancies occur. Please indicate on your applicant profile what region, park(s), and position you are applying for. The NVAPPS applicant profile can be completed on the following website: https://nvjobs.nv.gov/Jobs/Current _State_Job_Openings/ by clicking on “How to Appy” and then click on “Getting Started: How to Create an Account and complete your Profile in NVAPPS.” Go to http://hr.nv.gov/uploadedFiles/hrnvgov/Content/Services/NVAppsInstructionsPage.pdf for Instructions.
We have two regions statewide and the park supervisors and regional managers do their own hiring. Listed below are the names and addresses of each of the regional managers and the parks included in their area. Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park does their own hiring and falls under the Division Headquarters.
Bob Mergell, Northern Region Headquarters, 16799 Lahontan Dam, Fallon, NV 89406
Phone: (775) 867-3001
Parks: Dayton, Washoe Lake, Mormon Station, Berlin-Ichthyosaur, Fort Churchill, Lahontan, Rye Patch, South Fork, Wildhorse, Cave Lake, Ward Charcoal Ovens
Russ Dapsauski, Southern Region Headquarters, 4747 Vegas Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89108
Phone: (702) 486-5126
Parks: Big Bend, Old Mormon Fort, Spring Mountain Ranch, Valley of Fire, Cathedral Gorge, Panaca Visitor Center, Belmont Courthouse, Echo Canyon, Kershaw Ryan, Elgin School House, Beaver Dam, Spring Valley.
Division Headquarters: Jay Howard, Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park, P.O. Box 8867, Incline Village, Nevada 89452
Phone: (775) 831-0494, ext 229
Parks: Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park (Sand Harbor, Spooner Lake, Cave Rock), Incline Village area.
You will be contacted only if the region or park wishes to schedule an interview with you or you do not meet the minimum qualifications for a position applied for. Hourly rates changed effective July 1, 2013.
|Job Classification||Pay Grade||Starting Hourly Rate|
|Park Aid I||20||$11.92|
|Park Aid II||21||$12.41|
|Park Ranger Technician I||23||$13.36|
|Maintenance Repair Worker I||23||$13.36|
|Maintenance Repair Worker II||25||$14.46|
|Park Ranger Technician II||26||$15.04|
*Lifeguard positions are only available at Lake Tahoe-Nevada State Park in the Carson Region. All others are available in all regions. Click here if you would like a seasonal packet mailed to you. Seasonal packet includes: Nevada State map, Nevada State Parks brochure, recruitment brochure, and job specifications.
Nevada State Parks needs volunteers!
Nevada State Parks needs volunteers! Volunteers provide a wide range of useful services to benefit both the parks and the visiting public. Campground hosts camp at a park for extended periods of time and provide general services such as greeting the public, providing information, cleaning the campground/facilities, fee system compliance checks, reporting any problems to the park rangers, and other related duties. The Campground Hosts usually locates “their” trailer or recreational vehicle (RV) in a campsite close to the campground’s entrance.
Other volunteers may provide services like those of the campground host. Work assignments may include a number of services and interpretive functions. These should be based on the individual volunteer’s knowledge, skills and interests. Groups such as scouts, civic and garden clubs often volunteer for special projects. These can include trail building, litter cleanup, fence construction, etc.
Volunteers can gain experience that can be used for employment opportunities. Most of all, volunteers have the satisfaction of knowing they provide valuable and meaningful services in support of Nevada’s state parks. To request a volunteer brochure packet be mailed to you, you can call 775-684-2770 or email State Parks. You can also download a State Parks volunteer brochure and application here.
Volunteers needed for Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort in Las Vegas. Click here for more information. If interested, contact the park at 702-486-3511 or email State Parks for a volunteer brochure and application.
Volunteers needed for State Parks Regional Visitor Center at Cathedral Gorge State Park in Panaca, Nevada. If interested, contact Dawn Andone at 775-728-4460 or stop at the Regional Visitor Center.