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Love Yosemite? Want to use your experience and skills to help one of the world’s greatest natural treasures? Join our team by checking out the career options below!

We’re passionate about Yosemite — and about helping all people connect with, learn about and take care of the park. We value diversity among our staff just as we value it among park visitors. As such, Yosemite Conservancy is an equal opportunity employer, and we encourage people of all backgrounds to apply to join our team.

As a member of the Conservancy team, you’ll be making a difference for Yosemite every day. We work together to provide enriching visitor programs and services, and to support projects that protect wildlife, restore trails and habitat, advance scientific research, inspire visitors, and much more.

Our offices are in San Francisco and Yosemite (El Portal). We also have year-round and seasonal positions based at locations inside the park.

We’ll post announcements about jobs, internships and office-based volunteer opportunities as they come up. (For information about participating in our monthlong or weeklong volunteer programs in the park, please click here.)

Current Yosemite Conservancy Openings

Development Data Entry Administrative Assistant

Sales and Information Assistant

Sales and Information Assistant (Wawona)

Warehouse Coordinator

Wilderness Reservations Assistant

Other Employment Opportunities in Yosemite

National Park Service: Browse open NPS positions and job applications. For additional information, contact the NPS Personnel Office at 209-379-1815.

Yosemite Hospitality: For information about working with Yosemite Hospitality, LLC, the park’s concessioner, please visit TravelYosemite.com.


*COVID-19 update: Please be aware that Yosemite Conservancy currently requires all employees to be fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus as a condition of employment. Yosemite Conservancy will consider requests for medical or religious accommodation to this vaccination requirement during the recruiting process if such accommodation would permit the individual to perform the essential functions of the job.*