Employment

Join our energetic, passionate team at the National Park Foundation. As the official charitable partner of America’s national parks, we help preserve, protect and promote our country’s most treasured places. Communicating about the parks, and fundraising to support them, is at the very center of our mission. Your work will make a direct and lasting impact on conservation, culture, preservation, recreation, education, stewardship, and volunteerism – preserving our national parks for centuries to come.


Current Job Listings

Graphic Designer
The National Park Foundation seeks an energetic, team oriented Graphic Designer to join the Marketing and Communications department. The Graphic Designer combines knowledge of current graphic design standards with individual creativity to produce graphic art and visual materials that further the awareness of the National Park Foundation as the national charitable partner of America’s national parks. The Graphic Designer will assist the Sr. Director, Brand Development and the entire Marketing and Communications team in executing promotions, advertisements, marketing campaigns, organizational publications and collateral material befitting of the National Park Foundation brand. To learn more about this position click here.


Internships

Communications Intern
This position is an excellent opportunity to gain experience as a communications and public relations professional for a national non-profit. Under the mentoring of Marketing and Communications department, interns will work creatively and collaboratively with departments across the organization to facilitate communications and publicity plans for the National Park Foundation including its programs, events, partnerships and more.  To learn more about this position click here.


How to Apply

If you know you are the perfect candidate for one of these positions, we want to hear from you. Please submit your cover letter, resume and salary history by email to [email protected]. Please indicate the job title in the subject line of the e-mail.