Want a Job at the Beach? Sandy Hook is Hiring

The National Parks Service is hiring park rangers, lifeguards and fee collectors

Although much damage was done when Hurricane Sandy hit Sandy Hook, several beaches will re-open to the public on May 1.

The National Parks Service announced seasonal or temporary job openings this week for park rangers, lifeguards and fee collectors. 

The jobs pay between $13.50 and $20 an hour. 

On Saturday, 35 Gateway National Recreation Area "Volunteers-in-Parks" worked to clear and sweep sand at Area E Plaza using shovels and wheelbarrows and. So far, Area B, D, and now E have been cleared of tons of sand. 

Clean Ocean Action is asking for more volunteers to help out at a Marine Sweep on March 23.  They are also hiring:


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