Employment Opportunities

Make your mark on New Hampshire State Parks! Come work outside with us, we have opportunities for all levels and skill sets!

Come and work in some of New Hampshire’s most iconic locations while helping our guests build memories that last a lifetime. Your work will contribute to what makes the granite state so great by helping to preserve and protect New Hampshire’s natural and cultural resources for generations to come! 

Benefits of working for New Hampshire State Parks:

Seasonal Employee benefits
  • Family Day Use Pass 
  • Camping Pass - 2 free nights 
  • Holiday Pay
  • 20% discount off in retail stores 
  • Training: customer service, equipment, driving, safety, CPR, and management 
  • Dental benefits (30+ hrs a week) 
    • One Person Plan $20.50 per pay period
    • Two Person Plan $39.23 per pay period
    • Family Plan $68.69 per pay period
  • Fun and friendly atmosphere, with a structured schedule. 
Preserve the past, protect the present, build the future. Make your mark on NH State Parks! Apply Now! 

How to Apply for State of NH Positions

Download State of NH Job Application

Open Positions:

Program Specialist II  (Bureau of Historic Sites)

NH Dept. of Natural & Cultural Resources, Bureau of Historic Sites is looking for a Program Specialist II to assist in supporting the stewardship of State-owned Historic Sites. This position will be a blend of office work and field work at Historic Sites throughout the state.
This position includes State of NH benefits. This position is based out of DNCR’s HQ in Concord, NH.

Bachelor’s degree from a recognized college or university with major study in history, historic preservation, museum studies or a related field. Each additional year of approved formal education may be substituted for one year of required work.
Three years of professional or paraprofessional experience in historic research and site operations, educational programming and implementation, collections management, graphic design and payroll administration.

Full job description and requirements here.
Apply online here and search for Job ID 28482

For further information please contact: Matthew Flanders, Bureau Chief, Bureau of Historic Sites, matthew.r.flanders@dncr.nh.gov, (603) 271-3238.

 

Bureau of Design, Development, and Maintenance at Bear Brook State Park:
Plant Maintenance Engineer I  (Mechanic)

NH Dept. of Natural & Cultural Resources, Div. or Parks  & Recreation is seeking an experienced Automotive Professional to work on vehicles and equipment. This position is full-time, permanent, year-round with excellent benefits and a great schedule, 6:30 am - 3:00 pm. Our shop is based at Bear Brook State Park, Allenstown, NH.

Completion of high school, G.E.D. or its equivalent, plus two years of technical training or education in engineering or building trades. Each additional year of approved formal education may be substituted for one year of required work experience. Preference will be given to qualifying candidates who also possess education and experience in vehicle maintenance, to include passenger and commercial vehicles, and in the planning and execution of a vehicle fleet preventative maintenance and repair program.
Full job description and requirements here.

Apply online here and search for Job ID 28159.

For further information please contact: Randall Duquette, Plant Maintenance Engineer IV, randall.t.duquette@dncr.nh.gov, 603-931-2661.
 

Program Specialist I  (Non-Motorized Program Coordinator)

NH Dept. of Natural & Cultural Resources, Div. or Parks  & Recreation - Bureau of Trails is a Program Specialist I to assist in coordination of the non-motorized aspect of the statewide trails system. This position will be a blend of office and direct field work on trails.
This position includes State of NH benefits. This position is based out of DNCR’s HQ in Concord NH but will work throughout the state.

Bachelor’s degree from a recognized college or university with major study in outdoor recreation or park management, or natural resource management. Each additional year of approved formal education may be substituted for one year of required work.
Two years of professional or paraprofessional experience in outdoor recreation, park management, recreation-based grant management or natural resource management with responsibility for planning, monitoring programs, or performing research.

Full job description and requirements here.

Apply online here and search for Job ID 8T3116

For further information please contact: Alexis Rudko, Deputy Chief for Bureau of Trails, alexis.m.rudko@dncr.nh.gov, 603-271-3254

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