Griffith Observatory Employment Opportunities
Do you have a passion for customer service? Would you like working at one of southern California's most popular tourist destinations? Are you looking for a job with the City of Los Angeles? If so, world-famous Griffith Observatory would like to hear from you! We are currently seeking motivated individuals for a variety of part-time positions, each paying more than $15.00 per hour, some with the possibility of benefits. If you are interested, check the list below. Come work where the stars are the stars!
Current Observatory Employment Opportunities
Griffith Observatory is currently seeking candidates for the following part-time positions:
- Theater Technician
- Assistant Park Services Attendant 1 (Vehicle Traffic Control)
Griffith Observatory, opened to the public in 1935, is an icon of Los Angeles and the most visited public observatory in the world. With 1.6 million visitors a year, the Observatory is one of the top tourist attractions in southern California. For more than 80 years, Griffith Observatory has served as a source of inspiration, information, and education for visitors from across the region and around the world. Admission to the Observatory building, exhibits, telescopes, and grounds is always FREE. There is a nominal charge to see shows in the Samuel Oschin Planetarium.
All those hired to work at Griffith Observatory are employees of the City of Los Angeles, Department of Recreation and Parks, which owns and operates the Observatory. The Observatory posts employment opportunities as the need arises.
If you are interested in a position at the Cafe at the End of the Universe (operated by Wolfgang Puck), please fax your résumé to (323) 661-2550 or send an e-mail to: email@example.com
If you are interested in a position at the Stellar Emporium bookstore (operated by Event Network), click here.
The City of Los Angeles is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. As a covered entity under Title II of the American with Disabilities Act, the City of Los Angeles does not discriminate on the basis of disability and, upon request, will provide reasonable accommodation to ensure equal access to its programs, services, and activities.