If you apply for a Transportation/Interpretive position, your application will be considered for one of the positions below. Applicants are assigned to jobs based on their level of experience. Please make sure you list all relevant experience on your application!
These seasonal positions typically run from mid-April to late October.
The Bus Driver-Interpretive Guides drive the bus and host excursions for Yellowstone guests; safely navigating Yellowstone roads while offering interpretive information to participants. This position requires the ability to operate a manual-shift, commercial passenger tour bus on various road conditions while providing knowledgeable, interpretive commentary of Park features and history. This position requires a CDL, a clean driving record and the ability to pass a DOT physical.
Dates: This position requires that you are available to start training in mid-April and can stay until early to mid-October.
Step on Tour Guide
The Step-On Interpretive Guides accompany outside tour groups as they travel through Yellowstone National Park, giving interpretive commentary during the entire tour.
Touring Car Driver
The Touring Car Driver/Guide Non-CDL drive assigned vehicles and host excursions for Yellowstone guests; safely navigating Yellowstone roads while offering interpretive information to participants. This position requires the ability to operate a variety of passenger tour vehicles on various road conditions while providing knowledgeable, interpretive commentary of Park features and history
Activity Sales Agent
The Activity Sales Agents are responsible for supplying guests with accurate information about our services and facilities as well as effective use of sales skills to aid in the sale of those services. The ticketing of passengers is via a computer-based system, thus basic computer skills are required. If you have a knack for sales and genuinely like working with the public, than the Activity Sales Agent Position could be for you.
The Bus Washer position performs a variety of tasks for the Transportation Department. The primary responsibility is cleaning the exterior and interior of our vehicle fleet, ranging from automobiles up to full size motorcoaches. The Bus Washer also shuttles our Step-On Tour Guides to the various Park Entrance Gates to meet their tours, thus the Bus Washer must posess a valid driver's license and good driving record. If you'd like a position with lots of variety, plus the opportunity to work outside and see much of the Park, this may be the job for you.
The Dispatcher and Assistant Dispatcher Postions are responsible for the scheduling and training of Transportation employees. Communication with National Park Service, reporting, budgeting, and coordinating maintenance of various vechicles are jsut a few of the responsibilities of these positions.
Transportation Staff Assistant
The Transportation Staff Assistant is responsible for ensuring that vehicle and driver's logs are correct and kept up to date, fuel logs and supplies are in order, plus timekeeping for staff and other administrative/office duties.
Service Center Laborer
The Service Center Laborer position performs a variety of tasks for the Transportation Department. The primary responsibility is cleaning the exterior and interior of our vehicle fleet, ranging from automobiles up to full size motorcoaches. Occasional trips into the interior of the Park or out to Gateway Communities may occur, so a valid drivers license and good driving record are a requirement of the position.
The Musician/Entertainer position is for a professional musician who will enhance our guests' appreciation, understanding, and enjoyment of Yellowstone through music. The position requires the performance of music appropriate in selection and volume for the setting, while showing flexibility and responsiveness to guest's requests and comments. Except for pianists, the music/entertainer msut provide their own instrument(s). The musician/entertainer must also be willing and able to communciate graciously with our guests.