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Jobs & Volunteers
Thank you for your interest in Onondaga County Parks. Each park has different needs and you may want to contact the individual park(s) that you are interested in to see what positions are available. Seasonal/part time jobs are available year round. If you're looking for a summer position it is recommended that you apply between January and March.
- For seasonal jobs, click here to link to the application.
- For full time, civil service, positions, click here to visit the Onondaga County Personnel Department website.
Customized internship opportunities are available at most parks, email Nate Stevens at firstname.lastname@example.org at the Parks Administrative Office for more information.
Volunteering is a productive and rewarding use of leisure time, and thanks to the devotion of hundreds of folks who collectively contributed over 53,000 hours of their time last year, Onondaga County Parks are truly special places.
- Rosamond Gifford Zoo
Click here for more information or contact Ellen Vaughn, 435-8511 x112 or email@example.com.
- Beaver Lake Nature Center
For opportunities at Beaver Lake Nature Center, contact Margaret Tzen, 638-2519 or FOBLVolunteerCoordinator@beaverlakenaturecenter.org.
- Sainte Marie among the Iroquois
Interested in Sainte Marie among the Iroquois? Call 453-6768 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Carpenter's Brook Fish Hatchery
Click here for more information or contact Carpenter's Brook at 689-9367 or email@example.com.
- Highland Forest Nordic Ski Patrol
The Highland Forest Nordic Ski Patrol is looking for some volunteers to help patrol the trails... improve your skiing and make new friends! For more information click here, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 683-5550.
- Jordan Level Trail
Trail volunteers are needed for the Jordan Level Trail. The new 4 mile stone dust trail is part of the Western Canalway and can be accessed from the Sims Store in Camillus, the Village Park in Jordan, Laird Road and McDonald Road. Parks is looking for families, indivduals or groups - a scout troop would be ideal - to monitor the trail monthly and help pick up debris from April -October. If you would like to enjoy this new trail while helping your community call 689-9367.
- Onondaga County Parks EMS Team
The Onondaga County Parks EMS Team is a volunteer organization whose primary responsibility is to provide emergency medical services for events, which take place within an Onondaga County Park. On occasion we are asked to provide services at other venues. Membership is open to any Certified First Responder, Emergency Medical Technician, or Advanced Emergency Medical Technician. Each member is required to possess current certification at their level of training, as well as current “professional rescuer” CPR. Copies of CFR/EMT certification must be included. Click here to download an application.
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