Delaware North is looking for Workampers!
Join us for an exciting, fun-filled summer in and around America's oldest and most dynamic national park - Yellowstone National Park!
Each Park location has its own natural features and character, as do each of our stores. Your store could be just a short walk from world-famous Old Faithful Geyser, next to the breathtaking Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, or near the sparkling blue waters of Yellowstone Lake. If you live and work in West Yellowstone, you will have small town amenities available, as well as 2.2 million acre Yellowstone National Park in your backyard.
No matter where you work for Delaware North in Yellowstone, you can find the adventure of a lifetime!
What is Delaware North?
Delaware North operates 300 stores in parks, resorts, attractions, airports, toll plazas, sporting venues, open-air marketplaces and gaming properties worldwide.
Delaware North at Yellowstone operates 12 general stores in Yellowstone National Park along with lodging operations in the towns of West Yellowstone and Gardiner, MT. As a partner with the National Park Service, Delaware North delivers an extraordinary experience to the millions of guests that visit the Park every year, providing them with food, equipment, supplies, keepsakes and collectibles through the General Stores -- both online and within the park.
We also provide services at four lodging properties in West Yellowstone, Montana (the Explorer Cabins at Yellowstone, Holiday Inn ® West Yellowstone, Grey Wolf Inn & Suites, and Yellowstone Park Hotel.), as well as the Best Western by Mammoth Hot Springs in Gardiner, Montana.
Yellowstone area infoSpanning an area larger than Rhode Island and Delaware combined, Yellowstone National Park is an awe-inspiring place that's sure to capture your imagination. Here are just a few facts about Yellowstone that make the park so unique:
Things to do in and around Yellowstone
Yellowstone National Park is one of the world's largest playgrounds. An angler's paradise, Yellowstone National Park offers lakes, rivers and streams stocked with a wide range of fish species.
From serene lakes to explosive geysers, the calming song of a bird to the bugle of an elk, there are thousands of sights worth seeing in Yellowstone National Park.
Hiking in Yellowstone National Park means more than 1,100 miles of hiking trails, perfect for day hikes to extended backcountry excursions. Stop by a ranger station or visitor station for detailed Yellowstone hiking information as trail availability changes with seasons, trail conditions, bear activities and other unforeseen circumstances.
When it comes to summertime activities the West Yellowstone area is an outdoor enthusiast's dream come true. The long summer days provide visitors unlimited access to explore and play in the splendor of the high country. You can fish blue ribbon streams, hike in pristine wilderness, experience real western horseback riding, go whitewater rafting or mountain bike on hundreds of miles of single track and forest service roads. Hebgen Lake with its miles and miles of shoreline offers camping, boating, canoeing and some of the best fishing around. And just beyond is Earthquake Lake formed the night in 1959 that a 7.5 quake rocked the Madison Valley and a mountain fell. Still further along are the intriguing old gold mining towns of Virginia and Nevada Cities. Maybe best of all, you can just relax and enjoy Montana's legendary hospitality surrounded by scenery that will make you wish you had more time to spend here.
Delaware North at Yellowstone brings together enthusiastic people from all over the world to work in our attractive stores and hotels and provide exceptional guest service and unforgettable memories to more than 4 million park visitors each year. Retirees and college students together will enjoy first-hand the amazing wonders of living in or by Yellowstone while they make new life-long friends and greet park visitors from around the globe.
Our stores and hotels have a variety of operating dates, starting as early as mid-April and ending as late as early November. Tell us when you're available (longer is better!) and we'll do our best to find a perfect fit for you.
Our associates generally work 32 to 40 hours per week; 7 to 8 hours per day, depending on business need. Split shifts are required. Wages start at $10.60 per hour plus.
All hourly, seasonal Yellowstone General Stores associates who complete their agreement will receive a completion bonus of $3.00/day for each day of their agreement, to be paid out with their last paycheck
RV sites with full hookups start at $35 per week plus electric and propane. Most sites are within one mile of the store or within walking distance from our West Yellowstone hotels.
Meals are available for $63.50 per week (includes three meals per day) but only for our associates working inside Yellowstone. Associates working in West Yellowstone are responsible for their own meals.
All of our jobs are physically demanding and strenuous. Our associates must be able to lift a minimum of 30 pounds, stand 8 hours per day, bend, stoop, and climb stairs, work at an altitude between 7,000 and 8,000 feet and have a neat, clean, and well-groomed appearance. Associates should also be prepared to work a variety of shifts, including split shifts, as we provide services to our guests.
If you are interested in a position with Delaware North at Yellowstone, a completed application is required. Please visit our website www.yellowstonehr.com where you can complete the application online. Additional documentation, such as resumes, reference letters etc. are accepted and should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.orgAddress:
Delaware North at Yellowstone
8358 Huffine Lane Suite #2
Bozeman, MT 59718
Grant Village General Store
Yellowstone Hamilton's Store
Explorer Cabins At Yellowstone
West Yellowstone Conference Hotel
Attend Our Jobinars
Choose a date below and get registered for our online webinar presentations sharing the details of our Workamping program.October 2, 2019
November 6, 2019
December 4, 2019
January 8, 2020
February 5, 2020
March 4, 2020