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.
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Coastal Dune and Rare Plant Intern

This internship is an opportunity to get exposure to and experience working in Natural Resources Management within the National Park Service (NPS). Specifically, the intern will work under the technical guidance of the Vegetation Management Program of the Natural Resources Division at the Seashore. Because of the range of activities that the intern will engage in, this internship will provide a broad view of different aspects of the National Park Service and will be especially beneficial to those considering job opportunities in the environmental sciences within NPS. The intern is expected to benefit from on-the-job training in restoration planning and monitoring, invasives removal, and rare plant identification and ecology, techniques such as use of Global Positioning Systems, and data management.

Wildlife Intern

This position will be supervised by Point Reyes National Seashore Association while working with Point Reyes National Seashore’s wildlife biologists. The wildlife intern will assist the northern spotted owl monitoring program for the Inventory and Monitoring division of the NPS, and become proficient in techniques for monitoring spotted owls, including breeding surveys and the placement of autonomous recording units (ARUs). The owl program has been operating since 1999, and the study area includes PORE, as well as neighboring Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA), Muir Woods (MUWO), and three California state parks. The wildlife intern will also assist the western snowy plover monitoring program, specifically with monitoring plover pairs, nests, and broods. They will become proficient in surveying beach habitats for breeding activity, determining breeding status based on plover behaviors, and communicating their findings with supervisors. There may be occasional opportunities to assist on other wildlife projects in the park, such as salmonid or tule elk monitoring.

Communications and Development Coordinator

Works with the Development Director to develop, execute, and evaluate a comprehensive communications plan to increase organizational visibility and support. This position organizes all marketing functions across the organization and supports fundraising and education events as well as membership and major donor campaigns. This role helps with brand positioning, voice, and consistency across channels to our community.