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.

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


Residential Summer Camp Counselor-In-Training (CIT)

Counselors-In-Training (CITs) play an important role in the creation of a supportive camp environment by acting as positive role models and carrying out assigned duties responsibly. This is not a paid position, but rather a youth leadership training program for 16-18 year-olds. This mentored volunteer experience provides young people with an opportunity to gain leadership, public speaking, and outdoor skills.


Residential Summer Camp Counselor

Counselors specialize in implementing the bulk of our Social Emotional Learning (SEL), Youth Development Leadership (YDL), and Cultural History programing. Counselors provide positive experiences, want to make a difference, and enrich the lives of young people.

Residential Summer Camp Naturalist

Naturalists bring an expertise for highlighting the unique natural history of Point Reyes (weather/climate, astronomy, geology, marine life, plant communities, wildlife, etc.) to foster excitement and curiosity for the natural world, scientific understanding, and park stewardship. Naturalists should have the ability to identify Marin County flora/fauna and share knowledge of local natural history.


Residential Summer Camp Kitchen Manager

The Kitchen Manager assists the Head Cook in executing food service operations for roughly 75 people per session. The Kitchen Manager is responsible for coordinating, training, and supporting paid staff and CITs who assist in the kitchen on a rotating basis, and enforcing safe food handling practices. As such, the Kitchen Manager has initiative and a strong work ethic, is able to work in a fast-paced environment, and lead a team with kindness and respect.

Residential Summer Camp Head Cook

The Head Cook oversees all facets of camp food service operations for roughly 75 people per session. The Head Cook plans and executes nutritionally-balanced, eco-conscious, and cost-effective meals that appeal to the tastes of children. S/he works collaboratively with the Kitchen Manager and helps direct rotating kitchen assistants.


Residential Summer Camp Assistant Director

The Assistant Director serves as a leader in administering and coordinating PRSC operations, health, and safety. S/he provides programmatic and logistical support and helps oversee Nature Science Camp activities, Adventure Camp backpacking trips, Counselor-In-Training (CIT) participation, and may serve as “Acting Camp Director” when the Camp Director is off-site or unreachable. The Assistant Director needs to multitask, stay calm under pressure, and have excellent time management, record keeping, and organizational skills.