Careers at Sonoma County Regional Parks
Do you have a passion for the outdoors, public lands, and parks? Do you love helping people get outside, have fun, and be healthy? Are you enthralled with Sonoma Countys rolling hills, rugged coastline, and meandering rivers? Join us!
Join the Sonoma County Regional Parks team!
Sonoma County Regional Parks is a fun and diverse place to work. We’re always looking for people with all sorts of skills and backgrounds to support park operations and programs with their diverse expertise, abilities, and goals!
Not just Park Rangers: Regional Parks offers many careers
From park aides to park planners and from maintenance workers to account clerks, Regional Parks has a job for you. Seasonal, temporary and extra-help positions are available too.
We’re looking for people with a variety of backgrounds, skills, and expertise to support park development, operations, management, and programs.
Enjoy working with a team of upbeat, can-do co-workers and receive the County of Sonoma’s competitive benefits.
Full-time employees receive health, dental, vision, and life insurance. Part-time and extra-help employees are also able to access health benefits. The retirement system is integrated with Social Security, and employees can contribute to a pre-tax IRS 457 plan.
Apply for a job at Regional Parks
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If you have questions about jobs at Regional Parks, please email SCRP-Hiring@sonoma-county.org to connect with the hiring team.
Park Ranger Program
The County has proposed a change to the peace officer status of park rangers. To learn more, see answers to frequently asked questions about the proposal.
Youth Employment/Career Pathways Youth Crew
Many of Regional Parks’ senior leaders started their careers working for parks as teens or young adults. Seasonal and temporary positions allow you to explore career paths available beyond your first job.
Regional Parks also offers the Career Pathways Youth Crew, which provides paid work experience to young adults, ages 18 to 24, with limited work experience or who have been referred by other youth-serving organizations. Participants develop a broad variety of skills while completing parklands management and operations projects during his six-month program. For more information about Youth Crew, email Program Manager Mark Morley at firstname.lastname@example.org.