We understand becoming a BC Parks Ranger is on many people’s career wish lists. Opportunities to become a 2017 BC Parks Ranger have not been posted. Please watch BC Parks website, BC Parks blog or BC Parks social media channels for notification of when these posting is available. For more details on specific job qualifications to become a BC Parks Ranger please click the link below. As this is a open forum, we don’t advise putting your specific qualifications for becoming a ranger in the comment field.
We often hear from BC Parks enthusiasts about their interest in becoming a BC Parks Ranger. We’re excited to announce that we are now collecting an inventory of interested people who would like to work as a seasonal BC Parks Ranger.
What does a BC Parks Ranger do?
Being a BC Parks Ranger is a very rewarding experience, especially if you love being outdoors and having positive impact on conservation and park visitor’s experiences.
As a BC Parks Ranger you are responsible for maintaining facilities, delivering, monitoring and reporting on assigned recreation, conservation and extension services and activities. You are also the field contact for park visitors and contractors, and are dedicated to protecting park visitors and resources, enforcing compliance with the Park Act and other statutes and rules.
Would you like more information on the requirements for becoming a BC Parks Ranger? Check out our Park Ranger Information page.