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A gull explores the edge of the water in Cape Disappointment State Park.

Washington State Parks is hiring seasonal park aides and senior park aides for parks throughout the state.

More than 400 people will be hired to fill the positions. Employees register campers, maintain trails, clean campgrounds and comfort stations, and complete custodial maintenance chores.

Most positions last about five to six months but employees have the opportunity to become full-time staff. Employees earn $14 to $21 per hour, depending on qualifications and experience.

Applications are available at careers.wa.gov.

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