Regular Job Duties: Ranger Station Attendants are often the first face visitors see when they enter the park. Responsibilities include greeting visitors, collecting entrance fees, checking campers into their campsites, making camping reservations, answering phone calls, and providing guests with information about the park in a courteous and professional manner.
Knowledge/Skills/Experience Required: Must have a valid driver’s license, be able to pass a sexual offender background check, and be at least 18 years old.
Knowledge/Skills/Experience Preferred: Previous experience working with computers, customer service, Point of Sale Systems, and handling cash transactions is preferred.
Additional Information: This is NOT a resident volunteer position. Training and uniform are provided. Scheduling is flexible, but volunteers must commit to at least 4 hours per shift.
Make a difference in preserving, interpreting and restoring our natural and cultural resources
Contribute 100 hours of service - receive free admission to the park you serve for you and your family
Contribute 500 hours of service - receive an Annual Park Pass for free admission to all parks
Volunteer recognition events, certificates, awards and more!
Volunteers are integral to the Florida State Parks team as we work together to preserve, interpret and restore ... the Real Florida.
The mission of the Florida Park Service is to provide resource-based recreation while preserving, interpreting, and restoring natural and cultural resources.
Public service is the central theme of every Florida Park Service endeavor. High standards of management and service are the Florida Park Service trademark. Quality resource-based outdoor recreational experiences assure that Florida's state parks will continue to serve as major tourist destinations, thereby contributing sign ificantly to the State's economy.