As a designated Class I area, Mount Rainier National Park is afforded special air quality protection under the federal Clean Air Act. The Air Resources Management Program at Mount Rainier is tasked with protecting air quality in the park and resources adversely affected by air pollution. These goals are accomplished through air quality monitoring, research, and interaction with local, state and federal regulatory agencies. In addition, the Air Resources Management Program develops educational products to improve the public’s understanding of air quality issues in the park. The position described here will support all of these goals, with a specific focus on monitoring particulate matter from campfire smoke at Ohanapecosh Campground.