Do you want to work for a small, off-the-grid, sustainable organization in an exceptionally beautiful mountain community in Alaska?

Current positions available at the Wrangell Mountains Center (see more details below):

To Apply:

Please read the full job description linked above. If interested, please send us an e-mail containing a current resume and a short cover letter detailing your motivations for applying; your training, educational, and outdoors background; and your available date range to jobs@wrangells.org. Questions may also be directed to that address.

The Wrangell Mountains Center is an equal opportunity employer.

Executive Director - The Wrangell Mountains Center is currently seeking a full-time Executive Director. The preferred start date for this position is negotiable, however preference is for a date between July 23rd and August 10th. This is a year-round position.

Full Executive Director job description

“A summer spent at the Wrangell Mountains Center is more than a typical internship. The WMC is a centerpiece of an incredible community of artists, scientists, and teachers that offers a glimpse into the heart of Alaska. There is an incredible sense of connection to place in everything from the landscape to the waters to the kitchens and gardens and people. It cements the sense of our place as a part of this planet and the footprint we make on it. And the eclectic job description matches the variety of life in McCarthy.”
— Julia Fisher, Intern 2016
As an intern, I can tell you that the Wrangell Mountains Center has had a profound impact on my sense of place and community in McCarthy. My time here has taught me more about sustainable living, solar power systems, hauling water and living on a minimal budget. It has helped me meet fantastic naturalists, teachers, and travelers, as well as the young people and writers who come to our summer programs.
— Johanna Jackson, Intern 2011

Banner Photo: Nathaniel Wilder