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Seasonal Positions

Parks & Recreation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Seasonal Positions

Draftsmen (PDF, 153 KB)
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES • Prepare sketches, maps, plans, and legal descriptions of property. • Prepare all plans, plots, maps, records and documents related to surveys using AutoCAD software. • Perform site surveys, including those to establish legal boundaries. • Verify the accuracy of survey data, including measurements and calculations conducted at survey sites by others. • Record the results of surveys and calculate the heights, depths, relative positions of property lines. • Coordinate findings with the work of the engineers, architects and landscape architects.
Fellowship and Conservation Corps Member
We seek motivated and energetic individuals to apply to the 2014-2015 NYC Parks Fellowship and Conservation Corps Program. Participants will gain valuable work experience that will help them to become the next generation of leaders dedicated to public service and to protecting and enhancing New York City's parks and natural resources. Each year, we select 30 applicants as Corps Members to the NYC Parks Fellowship and Conservation Corps Program. The program is a paid, 40-week public service commitment. The fellowship year starts on Monday, September 8, 2014 and ends Friday, June 12, 2015. Corps Members are paid $18.00 an hour and are provided health insurance while in the program. Corps Members are responsible for finding their own housing; NYC Parks does not pay for or subsidize any relocation or housing costs. Candidates who are not current City residents are required to establish City residency within 90 days from hire to meet the NYC residency requirement. Application deadline: Friday, March 21, 2014, by midnight EST.
This is one of the best jobs in New York City and a guaranteed way to be in top physical condition while helping to keep millions of New Yorkers safe.

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