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F/T and Seasonal Ranger, Trails, and Customer Service Positions


Posted by Baxter State Park on 01/15/2020

Job Basics

Industry Sector: Bike, Fishing, Fitness, Hunting/Shooting, Outdoor, Snow

Job Categories: Customer Service, Operations, Outdoor Education, Trail Management

Company Type: Conservation, Intern, NaturalResources, Recreation, Service, TravelandTourism

State: ME

City: Millinocket

Country: United States

Required Experience:

Contact Name: Christine Theriault

Business Phone: 2077239616

Job Type: Full Time


Required to Relocate: No

Required to Travel: No

Employee May Telecommute: No

Job Seeker Must Live Within:

Job Description & Requirements


Baxter State Park is seeking candidates for multiple jobs. These include:

Baxter Park Supervisor

Baxter Park Enforcement Ranger

Baxter State Park Trail Specialist (seasonal)

Baxter State Park Campground Ranger (seasonal)

Baxter State Park Backcountry Ranger (seasonal)

To Apply go here 

Baxter State Park is an iconic four-season wilderness park, home to Katahdin, the tallest peak in Maine. Some of the most remote, rugged country in the Northeast US lies within the 200,000-acre park, including 47 mountain summits, more than 50 pristine lakes and ponds, and over 200 miles of hiking trails.

You’ll find working at Baxter State Park is not just a job, it’s an adventure. We want you to bring your skills, experience, and your sense of awe to Baxter State Park. By joining our hardworking team, you can inspire current and future generations to love and appreciate spending time in the wilderness.

Join us to preserve the wildness and protect the experience in this wild, rugged landscape.

About Baxter State Park

Baxter State Park is a 209,644 acre public trust  and wilderness park located in north-central Maine and headquartered in Millinocket.  Governor Percival Baxter made it his life’s obsession to purchase these lands and donate them to the people of the State of Maine.  With this gift he left a governance structure unique from all other Maine state parks, a large endowment that allows the Park to operate independently from the State general fund, and several directives that describe how to manage the Park.  These include a focus on preserving the wildness of the Park above all else and providing opportunities “for those who love nature and who are willing to walk and make an effort to get close to nature”. Come join this dedicated and collaborative team in support of Governor Baxter's vision for the protection and preservation of this unique wilderness park.