As the Park’s four miles of green space are busy blooming with color, our team is hard at work gearing up for a fun, action-packed season along our riverfront! Want to join in on the excitement? Hudson River Park Trust is currently hiring for a wide range of open positions – from seasonal opportunities to permanent positions.
Every year, the Park welcomes the public to hundreds of free cultural, fitness and environmental education programs – and conducts environmental research in our 400-acre Estuarine Sanctuary.
We’re currently hiring a team of Brand Ambassadors – including a team Supervisor – to help bring the Park’s dynamic calendar of cultural and fitness programming to life and serve as the face of the Park during our busy season. We’re also looking for a savvy and creative-minded Marketing Seasonal to promote our exciting events lineup – an opportunity to gain extensive experience in digital marketing for the nonprofit sector and for a recreational space enjoyed by millions of New Yorkers annually.
Interested in local river research and science communication? Our River Project team is looking for seasonal Environmental Educators to lead a wide range of hands-on STEM programs for NYC students and the general public throughout the Park. If you’re interested in getting hands-on experience on the research side, consider applying to be one of our Field Science Assistants – a great opportunity to gain an understanding of local estuarine research, wildlife and habitat enhancement projects.
We’re also currently hiring for permanent roles, including automotive mechanic, facilities technician and more. Be sure to check our Careers page for the latest openings at Hudson River Park Trust and Hudson River Park Friends!
As the Park gears up for a milestone year, featuring 25th anniversary celebrations and major openings, including the opening of exciting new features at Pier 57, the reopening of Chelsea Waterside Park, the grand openings of Gansevoort Peninsula and Pier 97 and more, now is a thrilling time to be a part of the Hudson River Park team.