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Join Our Grand Canyon Team

Seasonal and Year Round Jobs

About Us

Grand Canyon National Park is one of the oldest national parks in the United States and one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. The breathtaking scenic views and vistas bring over 6 million visitors each year.

Xanterra operates the Bright Angel Lodge, El Tovar Hotel, Kachina Lodge, Maswik Lodge, Thunderbird Lodge, Phantom Ranch located at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, as well as a steakhouse, fine and casual restaurants, and retail shops including the historic Hopi House, Lookout Studio and Hermit’s Rest.

Open year-round with a peak season between May and October, our staff ranges from approximately 700 to 1,100 employees. Join the Grand Canyon team today!

Why Choose Grand Canyon National Park?

Here are just some of the reasons why you can choose the Grand Canyon.
For a full list of employee perks, click here.


Employee Housing
and Meal Plans


Learning and Development


A Sense of Community

Live at Grand Canyon National Park


  • Employee housing varies by position. Most employee housing is dormitory-style and is $20/week.
  • Housing options include dormitory style living with up to 1 roommate, and communal bathrooms. Private units are available for Assistant Manager positions and above.
  • Amenities included are beds, wardrobes/closets, dressers, and nightstands.
  • Utilities and laundry facilities included.
  • Must be 18 or over.
  • Couple's housing may be available as well. If you are applying together, please include your spouse’s/significant other’s name on your application.


  • The Employee Dining Room, Fred’s Place, serves a variety of significantly discounted meal options that include hot entrees, side dishes, beverages, and an assortment of grab and go items.
  • Vegetarian options are available at each meal; however, the EDR chef and crew are not able to accommodate all dietary needs such as vegan or allergy-related restrictions.

Explore Grand Canyon National Park

Grand Canyon South Rim has over 700 miles of hiking trails and countless miles of backroads. This allows opportunities for hiking, biking, camping, photography, and viewing wildlife. Unique experiences also include mule rides along the rim of the Phantom Ranch, rafting on the Colorado River and train tours along the Grand Canyon Railway.

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