Park Ranger - Temporary
North Dakota State Government - Indiana

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Able to respond to medical and other emergency situations in a variety of terrain settings.
  • Able to withstand exposure to varying weather conditions/temperatures for extended periods, and work effectively during daylight or nighttime hours.
  • Able to move 50-100 lbs. on a regular basis.
  • Able to clearly communicate on and operate park radios and base station.
  • Able to operate power tools and equipment.
  • Able to successfully complete law enforcement requirements.
  • Requires valid driver’s license with ability to operate motor vehicles to include car, tractor, riding mower.
  • Application Procedures: Please include a brief summary of work experience and submit with state application form #10950 . Please indicate on your application if interested in being considered for more than one position. Applicants claiming veteran preference must submit Form DD214 with the completed application and those applicants needing accommodation with the application and/or interview process should call ND Parks & Recreation at (701) 328-5357 or the North Dakota Job Service TTY 1-800-366-6888.

    As an employer, the State of North Dakota prohibits smoking in all places of state employment.

    An application must be sent to each park in which you are requesting consideration for employment. Please call the State Parks and Recreation Department for specific addresses (701) 328-5357 or visit our web site at

    ND Relay Number: 1-800-366-6888

    Summary of Work: Responsible to the park manager, the classified park ranger, or the supervisory park ranger (temporary) for performing park administration, maintenance, enforcement, interpretation, safety and visitor services programs in a state park. Requires ability to work evenings, weekends, and holidays.
    • Enforcement of state laws and park rules and regulations which involves routine patrol, park user assistance, and fee collection.
    • May be required to participate in the interpretive activities of the park including campfire programs, nature/historical walks, and special programs.
    • Assists in the maintenance of the park and its facilities.
    • Assists in the administration of park operations including preparation and submission of required reports and records.
    • Assists in visitor services programs of the park including fee collection, visitor facility use, land use programs, safety programs, and public relations programs.
    As employers, the State of North Dakota and political subdivisions prohibit smoking in all places of state and political subdivision employment in accordance with N.D.C.C. § 23-12-10.