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Once You’re Hired

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Summer Staff Arrivals Beginning May 1!

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So you’ve received a Conditional Offer? What’s next?

ALL seasonal staff are required to undergo an annual Criminal Background Check. The disclosures and authorization form will be sent to you along with your emailed conditional offer. Please upload your authorization form to Seasonal Personnel at Philmont as soon as possible to avoid any delays. 

Once your Criminal Background Check is complete with satisfactory results, you will receive an email invitation to complete your employment forms and training in WorkBright. Please review and digitally sign your Letter of Employment, complete all forms, and training/uploads PRIOR to your arrival at Philmont. 

Seasonal Staff Handbook

All Philmont seasonal staff should be familiar with the policies, procedures, and helpful information provided in the Philmont Seasonal Staff Handbook. During the onboarding process, all staff will be required to acknowledge that they are familiar with and agree to the policies within it. You can get a jump start by reviewing it here:

Personal Equipment

Maybe you’ve packed for an overnight or weekend trip before, but packing for a whole summer requires a bit more forethought. Take a look at the SUGGESTED PACKING LIST for recommendations on what to bring depending on where you are working.

Got questions? Reach out to your hiring manager, the seasonal personnel office, or fellow staff members in the  current staff Facebook group (a link will be provided to all staff who accept their offer by submitting the background check authorization). 

Arrival & Departure

If you’ve been to Philmont before, you probably have a good idea of where to go and how to travel to rural Northeast New Mexico. If you haven’t been to Philmont before, this section will provide information for commercial travel and exactly where to check-in when you arrive at Philmont. 

CLICK HERE to learn more about methods of transportation, commercial travel schedules and fees, and other arrival and departure information.

The map below shows the exact location you should arrive at to begin your check-in process. 

Historical Interpretation

Hired to work at one of our historical interpretation camps? 

If you have been hired to work at one of the following camps, CLICK HERE for an introduction to the Living History Program and resources to prepare you for your summer assignment.

  • Abreu
  • Black Mountain
  • Clear Creek
  • Crater Lake
  • Crooked Creek
  • Cyphers Mine
  • Fish Camp
  • French Henry
  • Garcia Cow Camp
  • Hunting Lodge
  • Metcalf Station
  • Miranda
  • Pueblano
  • Rayado/Kit Carson
  • Rich Cabins

Maybe you’ve packed for an overnight or weekend trip before, but packing for a whole summer requires a bit more forethought. Take a look at the SUGGESTED PACKING LIST for recommendations on what to bring depending on where you are working.

Got questions? Reach out to your hiring manager, the seasonal personnel office, or fellow staff members in the  current staff Facebook group (a link will be provided to all staff who accept their offer by submitting the background check authorization).