Jobs

Jobs

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

Biological Science Technician

The Biological Science Technician will work in collaboration with National Park Service staff to assist with a wide variety of tasks, including, but not limited to, invasive plant removal; mapping of invasive plants, rare plants, and rangelands; monitoring of rangelands, dune and other restoration projects, rare plant populations, and water quality; native plant propagation; and field oversight of volunteer and paid crews.  The Technician will remove invasives using manual, mechanical, and chemical means and will assist with keeping related tools in good working order. The Technician will collect data and navigate to locations using GPS (either Trimble unit or mobile device using ArcGIS collector); use ArcGIS to produce graphics and maps of collected and other data; enter and validate data in Excel or Access databases; produce written reports and memorandums, as needed; and perform other duties as assigned.  The Technician will assist with oversight of contractor crews performing invasive plant treatment, fence and rangeland management practice installation, and other projects. The Technician may also assist with park compliance efforts by conducting pre- and post-project surveys/monitoring for rare plants and wetland vegetation.

For more information, click HERE.

Fisheries Field Assistant

The Fisheries Field Assistant will perform work related to the research, conservation, and monitoring of coho and steelhead salmon in Marin County, California. Fisheries Field Assistant will be responsible for collecting data relating to stream habitat, water quality, fish and invertebrate population, riparian area condition, and stream channel substrate condition. In addition the field assistant will be required to help maintain a DIDSON camera in Lagunitas Creek and PIT tag stations in Olema and Redwood Creeks. The field assistant may be required to lead volunteers in fisheries projects including but not limited to spawner surveys, habitat typing, seining, and smolt trapping.

For more information, click HERE.