Do you want to spend fall 2018 working in Yellowstone National Park? Helping Hands part time work (20+ hours per week) is available this fall and there are lots of reasons why working in the national park during autumn is an incredible opportunity for you.
If living, working, and exploring in Yellowstone during the fall sounds intriguing and exciting to you, please read on.
Your Perks Include:
Helping Hands Fall Jobs in Yellowstone
We operate 9 lodging facilities, 31 restaurants, and 5 campgrounds inside Yellowstone. You will bond quickly with your co-workers in this short season where it’s all hands on deck to finish out the season strong. As students return to school and the number of visitors decrease, those who work through October form a community by working and exploring together.
When you apply for Helping Hands, your job will be whatever is needed for the day. Training will occur for each position. Each day may be different, so flexibility is the key. Some of the duties you may assist with include:
What You Are Looking For
Live. Work. Explore. Yellowstone National Park Is Naturally Different
At Yellowstone National Park Lodges, we are a welcoming community who work hard, share a real passion for the environment, and enjoy crafting memorable experiences for our guests. We are the primary concessionaire in Yellowstone National Park. As part of the Xanterra Travel Collection, we have a “naturally different” lifestyle that allows you to live, work, and explore one of the most beautiful places on earth. We are a company based on values that reflect an environmental ethic and social conscience – for the long-term. “Our Softer Footprint” focuses on how we reduce our environmental impact through our comprehensive environmental initiatives. Our business practices exemplify environmental stewardship, and a desire to protect and preserve our public lands.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.
1. Stretching, walking, lifting up to 30 pounds, bending, kneeling, and climbing up and down stairs
2. Making beds, stripping rooms
3. Working with required chemicals.