Get paid to live in an iconic national park. Have daily opportunities for selfies that will make all your friends jealous. Make friends from around the US and the world.
Our 5th national park, Mount Rainier National Park is home to the tallest volcano in the lower 48 and the 5th highest peak in the continental United States. It is recognized around the world for incredible wildflower fields below numerous glaciers. There are150 waterfalls for you to explore, incredible sunrises and sunsets to experience, and misty clouds floating through primeval forest to wonder at.
Do you have what it takes to help us provide great guest service in this beautiful park? Join the Rainier Guest Services team at Mount Rainier National Park. If you have the skills and passion for national park work we would love to talk to YOU!
A season (or longer!) is an excellent way to work in an area of pristine mountain meadows, streams, canyons, lakes, rivers, old growth forests, and glaciers. Opportunities for hiking, backpacking, photography, and just soaking up the beauty are seemingly endless. Fit and committed employees can summit this glacier-covered mountain, one of the premier mountaineering destinations in the United States. It is also an opportunity to meet employees and guests from all over the world. The rewards of working at Mount Rainier will stay with you for your entire life.
What jobs are available?
We fill numerous hourly, supervisory, and management positions each season, in varied departments including: Food and Beverage, Loding, Retail, Driving, Accounting, Reservations, Security, Warehouse and Laundry Operations.
These jobs are seasonal, typically from April or May into September and October.
Are you the person we are looking for?
Do you naturally reach out to help others, including guests and co-workers? Are you excited by the opportunity to live in a remote and beautiful location? Do you like the idea of a few months surrounded by inspiring nature? Are you willing and able to work hard? Do you have a can-do attitude and a teamplayer perspective? If so, we want to hear from you!