NRPA is dedicated to
providing the highest level of programs, services and resources to our members
for the advancement of parks, recreation and environmental conservation. Our
success depends on our ability to find passionate, dedicated and innovative
professionals to contribute to NRPA's continued successes.
We are excited
that you are interested in joining the NRPA staff and hope that you will
discover what we already know ... NRPA is a great place to work!
are applying for a position with NRPA, please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current Open NRPA Positions
Job Title: Corporate and Foundation Development Manager
Open Date: August 12, 2016
Status: Accepting resumes
Job Title: Customer Service Representative
Open Date: August 23, 2016
Filled Date: September 19, 2016
Job Title: Conservation Program Specialist
Open Date: September 9, 2016
Status: Accepting resumes
Discover the Benefits at NRPA!
Conveniently located off the Dulles Greenway, within the
Brambleton Regional Park in Ashburn, NRPA boasts a warm professional
environment, with a relaxing and peaceful view of nature at its
finest! All staff have access to indoor & outdoor eating areas, as well
as indoor & outdoor fitness opportunities. Our facility
has an air-conditioned fitness room with access to
showers, as well as foot trails.
Full time staff enjoy a very rich
benefit package that includes 403(b) matched at 6% and fully vested upon
hire, group Health, Dental, and Vision for employee and family
paid 80+% by the employer; Life insurance, Short Term Disability
and Long Term Disability paid 100% by the employer; accrue 26 Paid
days off per year plus 13 paid holidays, eligibility in the first
month of employment, Length of Service Awards and more!
committed to promoting an environment of work-life balance. To promote
healthy lifestyles, at work and away, we have established programs like
Teleworking, FlexTime Schedules, 37.5 hour work-week,
Employee Assistance Programs, and Educational Assistance Programs.
Diversity and Inclusion
The field of parks and
recreation is committed to diversity and inclusion, the association
provides tools and resources to our membership, and NRPA makes the same
commitment to our staff members through our employment policies, practices,
communications and training.
NRPA's leadership has the primary
responsibility for seeing that the equal employment opportunity and
diversity policies are implemented, but all members of the staff share in the
responsibility for assuring that, by their personal actions, the policies
are effective and apply uniformly to everyone.
If you have any
questions about the positions with NRPA, please contact the Human
Resources staff: email@example.com.