Find out what working for a mountain national park means to these knowledgeable and engaging team members.
Amar, Heritage Presenter © Parks Canada
“It’s important that we protect and promote our special places in Canada, from the historic sites to national parks and to the marine conservation areas. They define who we are as Canadian now and for the near and far future. I find it a very positive experience working with so many people who have the same goals for our special places.”
Amar, Heritage Presenter
Rachael, Highways Administrative
Assistant © Parks Canada
“Knowing that we’re making a difference “behind the scenes” is my inspiration. You can’t have a great parks experience if you can’t get to the park! By making sure our roads are in great shape we’re ensuring that people can get to us…that’s the idea anyways.”
Rachael, Highways Administrative Assistant
Caroline, Townsites and Realty Manager © Parks Canada
"I know that I am making a difference in every aspect of my work, in terms of protecting and even improving ecological and cultural resource integrity in Banff, Yoho and Kootenay National Parks.”
Caroline, Townsites and Realty Manager
Jennifer, Wildland Fire Crew Member © Parks Canada
"I chose to work for Parks Canada because I believe that the Fire Management Program here is among the best in the country. Our job environment is constantly changing and it always presents unique challenges, whether it be managing a prescribed burn, or making sure a new lightning fire doesn’t threaten any public values. It’s never the same day twice, and I appreciate the diversity."
Jennifer, Wildland Fire Crew Member