EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Join our team! We are united in our common passion for Mount St. Helens and connecting people of all backgrounds with science, the outdoors and each other.

Current Job Openings

Development Director | Full-time, year-round, hybrid/flexible | $68,000 - $89,000 salary | Open until filled

Youth Education & Rental Programs Coordinator | Full-time, year-round, hybrid | Starting rate between $23.04-$24.44/hour depending on experience; annual increases within the wage range - $23.04-$30.06/hour

Cooks/Custodians | Full-time, seasonal April - October | $22.04-24.04/hour and $500 completion bonus | Application review begins February 6, 2023; open until filled

Educators | Full-time, seasonal April - October | $19.74-21.74/hour starting with a $500 completion bonus | Application review begins February 6, 2023; open until filled

Lead Guides | Part-time, seasonal June - September | $20.74/hour | Application period closes April 1, 2023

Assistant Guides | Part-time, seasonal June - September | $18.66/hour | Application period closes April 1, 2023

Field Camp Host | Full-time, seasonal June - September | $23.04/hour | Application period closes April 1, 2023

GeoGirls Teacher Mentor | Temporary, Mandatory orientation meeting on July 13, 2023 and the full length of the GeoGirls program, Monday August 7 – Friday August 11, 2023 | $900.00 stipend | Application period closes April 1, 2023

**You are welcome to apply for more than one position. Let us know your interest in positions in your cover letter.**

CAREER INQUIRY FORM

We are always looking for talented and enthusiastic people to join our team, even when we are not currently hiring. Complete our interest form so that we can reach out to you when we have open positions.

Interest Form

Note: this is not an application form. If we have open positions listed above, please follow the application directions in the position description.

Why work with the Mount St. Helens Institute? Our staff say...

  • It's fun!
  • It's a place to share your passion for the outdoors and public lands
  • There are many professional/career development opportunities
  • It's a beautiful landscape with access to lots of recreation
  • We are mission-driven
  • The staff community is both independent and collaborative
  • Everyone is flexible and supportive
  • We strive to offer a living wage and support our staff in their career development

Culture

 MSHI fundamentally believes that its employees are a valuable source of ideas for improving operations and making the workplace more interesting and attractive. We ensure that all employees work in a positive, supportive, empowering environment free of discrimination. All candidates applying for this position will be reviewed without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, national origin, veteran or marital status, sexual orientation or physical ability. We are an equal opportunity employer and provider. For more information on our commitment, please review the MSHI’s Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Statement. 

In accordance to Federal law and US Department of Agriculture policy, this Institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, creed, age, disability, HIV, AIDS, Hepatitis C, marital status, pregnancy or maternity, sexual orientation or gender identity, veteran or military status.