Fort Union National Monument is hiring for summer ruins preservation help this summer! Applications are being accepted online through Wednesday, April 19.
Applicants should be very detailed in what trade and laborer skills they possess, and read the announcement completely. This is an opportunity to work with a very dedicated crew of National Park Service employees to preserve the adobe ruins of Fort Union and provide upkeep of trails, grounds and landscapes.
This position is a summer seasonal laborer at the government grade of WG3 and an hourly rate of $12 to $14 per hour.
Direct questions to Fort Union National Monument Administrative Officer Debbie Archuleta at 505.425.8025 x223 or Facility Manager Roger Portillo at 505.425.8025 x224.
Fort Union (1851-1891) was the largest frontier military post and supply center of the southwest. The National Park Service preserves and protects the historic Fort Union and ruts of the Santa Fe Trail. To visit the monument, take Exit 366 off I-25 at Watrous onto State Hwy. 161, 8 miles. Park hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, contact Fort Union National Monument at 505.425.8025 X 0, or visit www.nps.gov/foun.