Now is the chance for anyone who may have wanted to work for the National Park Service, as Weir Farm National Historic Site is looking to hire seasonal park rangers. Applicants can apply online now on USAJobs. This job posting will close once there are 100 applicants, or after five days, so anyone who is interested is urged to to apply right away.

At Weir Farm National Historic Site, seasonal park rangers provide exceptional visitor service, interpretation, and education to over 39,000 annual park visitors through programs, tours, and visitor center operations. Park rangers work as members of a high-functioning and dedicated National Park Service team of employees, volunteers, and interns to facilitate visitor experiences that are inspiring and fun.

This position is full time lasting up to six months, mid-April through October, Wednesday through Sunday from 8:45 a.m. to 5:15 p.m..

For information about being a seasonal park ranger at Weir Farm National Historic Site, contact Kristin Lessard, via email or by calling 203.834.1896, ext. 13. For questions regarding the application process, email the Seasonal Recruitment Operations Center.

A National Park for the Arts, Weir Farm National Historic Site welcomes visitors to experience creativity, art, and nature. Explore the only national park dedicated to American painting and rediscover the beauty of light and color in everyday life. The 60-acre park, which includes the Weir House, Weir and Young Studios, barns, gardens, trails, meadows, and Weir Pond, is one of the nation’s finest remaining landscapes of American art. Learn more online and visit Weir Farm on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram.