Jobs

Thank you for your interest in joining the dedicated team here at the Point Reyes National Seashore Association. Checkout our current job offerings listed below! We look forward to hearing from you. 
 
Point Reyes National Seashore Association (PRNSA) is the primary nonprofit partner of the National Park Service at Point Reyes. We work in partnership with the National Park Service to preserve and maintain wildlife habitats, trails and historic sites in this beautiful and unique park. Our year-round environmental education programs help children and adults deepen their understanding of nature and inspire the next generation of park stewards.
 
PRNSA is an equal opportunity employer.

Development and Communications Manager

To further the mission of the Point Reyes National Seashore Association (PRNSA), the Development and Communications Manager works with the Development Director to develop, execute, and evaluate a comprehensive development and marketing program to increase organizational visibility and long-term financial growth from individual donors. This position organizes all marketing functions across the organization, manages the annual fundraising dinner, supports other events, and supports membership and major donor campaigns. 
 
For complete job description, details, and application process, click HERE

Fisheries Lead Technician

This fisheries lead technician will perform data collection and data entry for all aspects of the Coho and Steelhead Monitoring Program field sampling activities. Specifically, the technician will work under the technical guidance of the Fisheries Management Program of the Natural Resources Division at Point Reyes National Seashore. The lead fisheries technician will perform work related to the research, conservation, and monitoring of coho salmon and steelhead in Marin County, California. This position will be responsible for collection of data relating to stream habitat, water quality, fish and invertebrate population, riparian area condition, and stream channel substrate condition. In addition, the lead technician will be required to maintain Passive Integrated Transponder (PIT) tag arrays in Olema and Redwood Creeks and will lead installation, maintenance, and review of a dual-frequency identification sonar (DIDSON) monitoring system in Lagunitas Creek. Fisheries projects will include but are not limited to habitat typing, snorkeling, electrofishing, seining, and spawner surveys.
 

For complete job description, details, and application process, click HERE.


Volunteer/Youth Stewardship Coordinator – Invasives Removal

This position would be supervised by Point Reyes National Seashore Association, although they would work with Point Reyes National Seashore’s Vegetation/Wetland Ecologist.  The Volunteer/Stewardship Invasives Removal Coordinator would 1) educate members of the public about the biology and impacts of non-native (and even native) invasive species to the health of native vegetation communities and the threatened and endangered species that rely on them, 2) increase outreach efforts to youth (and adults), 3) organize a series of volunteer workdays for adults and youth aimed at eradicating some of the Seashore’s biggest weed threats and restoring some of the Seashore’s most important vegetation communities such as coastal dunes. Youth outreach efforts would build upon relationships with local and non-local schools already developed by PRNSA’s “Science at the Seashore” and “Every Kid in the Park” programs. A key stewardship focus for the coordinator would involve developing a revegetation plan for foredune areas at the Abbotts Lagoon Coastal Dune Restoration Project and conducting outplanting with volunteer and possibly contractor efforts.  The coordinator will provide field guidance of park volunteers and interns.

For complete job description, details, and application process, click HERE.


PRNSA Field Institute Instructor

The PRNSA Field Institute offers over 100 hands-on outdoor education classes per year that foster the enjoyment of the Point Reyes National Seashore, for over 2000 participants. Our classes are led by instructors who take you out of your everyday life and into the natural world through science, art, and adventure.
 
For more information and to propose a class today, click HERE
 

Summer Camp Kitchen Manager

The Point Reyes Summer Camp Kitchen Manager works closely with the Head Cook to execute all facets of meal planning, preparation and service for 75 children and adults for 9 weeks of summer camp programs at the Clem Miller Environmental Education Center in Point Reyes National Seashore. Duties include scheduling and supervising kitchen staff, weekly shopping & food sourcing, food preparation and kitchen clean up. This is a whole, handmade, fresh foods kitchen. This is a full-time seasonal position with required onsite residency in a shared dormitory style cabin and/or your own tent.

For complete job description, details, and application process, click HERE.


Summer Camp Kitchen Assistant

The Kitchen Assistant performs necessary duties related to preparation, meal service, and kitchen clean up at a residential environmental education summer camp for children. In addition, the Kitchen Assistant trains and mentors other staff members who work in the kitchen on a rotating basis. This is a full time seasonal position. Onsite residency in a shared dormitory style cabin is available and/or your own tent.

For complete job description, details, and application process, click HERE.


Summer Camp Naturalist

Naturalists design and lead daytime activities and evening programs, including offsite field trips, backpacking trips, environmental education and natural history activities for children. They serve primarily as educators, trip organizers, and mentors/role models for campers, counselors, and counselors-in-training. This is a full-time seasonal position with required onsite residency in a shared dormitory style cabin and/or your own tent.

For complete job description, details, and application process, click HERE.


Summer Camp Counselor

Counselors play an important role in the creation of a supportive camp environment by cultivating a close cabin community, ensuring camper health and well-being, serving as positive behavioral role models, assisting with and leading activities, and carrying out assigned duties responsibly. This is a full-time seasonal position with required onsite residency in a shared dormitory style cabin.

For complete job description, details, and application process, click HERE.