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Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument seeks one or two volunteers to work 32 hours per week in the Division of Interpretation & Education. The position will be filled from November 1, 2018, through May 31, 2019. Housing is available.
The individual(s) selected will provide information, orientation, and interpretation at the visitor center, on trails, in the fee collection kiosk, and throughout the park. The position includes giving formal and informal interpretation, collecting fees, working with Junior Park Rangers, orienting school groups to the park, and operating the visitor center. A background investigation must be successfully adjudicated for this position.
Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument is located 12 miles north of Flagstaff, Arizona, at approximately 7000 feet (2134 m) elevation. The monument preserves a 1000-foot-tall (305 m) volcanic cinder cone, one of its accompanying lava flows, and several smaller surrounding cinder cones. The volcano erupted around 1085 CE and was observed by ancestral Puebloan and other indigenous peoples.
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Cabins Description: Two forms of housing are available. A pad is available for a winterized RV. Shared, furnished housing is also available. Pets are permitted in personal recreational vehicles but are not allowed in shared housing.