Seasonal Sales and Information Associates

(hours  per week vary by location)

-Hubbell Trading Post, Ganado

Montana – Little Big Horn National Monument

Nevada – Great Basin National Park

Visit:  Parks for a list of our store locations in the West

Our seasonal associates will uphold Western National Parks Association’s  (WNPA) mission to create advocates for national parks and will require an innovative approach to blending a traditional retail experience with relevant park stories, emphasizing visitor education through a retail experience.

Responsibilities: perform a variety of clerical and customer service related tasks associated with the stocking, merchandising and sale of products within the WNPA retail shop at the visitor center. Interact with customers and visitors to answer general inquiries about the park, the region or specific products.

Required Qualifications: HS diploma or GED; accuracy with POS cash register; previous retail experience preferred; honest, dependable, helpful personality; ability to lift/pull up to 50 lbs.

Compensation: $10/hour, plus clothing allowance and store discount.

Schedule:  hours and schedules will vary by location;must be available to work holidays and occasional evenings for special events.

Application Process:  please send your completed, signed job application and résumé to jobs@wnpa.org.  References will be required.

WNPA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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About Western National Parks Association

What Do We Do?

As a nonprofit partner of the National Park Service, Western National Parks Association supports 67 parks across the West, developing products, services, and programs that enrich the visitor experience.

Why Does It Matter?

Since 1938, WNPA has worked to connect new generations to parks in meaningful ways, all with one simple goal: create advocates who want to preserve and protect these special places for everyone, for all time.

Our Partner Parks

Throughout our 75-year history, we’ve provided millions of dollars in support to national parks.  Today, we operate more than 80 Park Stores in our partner parks.  Proceeds from sales are the number one way we provide support.

WNPA works with its partner parks to develop educational publications and products, design programs to increase park visitation, and fund historical, social, and environmental research.  Our flagship store and event center in Tucson, Arizona, has become an urban gateway to the national park experience; we’re creating other urban experiences to expose new audiences to national parks.

Everything we do ensures that the experience people have in parks is meaningful and that visitors can extend their experience by discovering relevant products in the Park Stores.