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Employment Opportunities

Alaska Geographic employs people in some of the most beautiful settings in Alaska – from Glacier Bay, to Denali, to Coldfoot. Join our team and help connect visitors to Alaska’s wild lands by inspiring them to become stewards of our national parks, forests, and refuges.

Administrative Team

Live and work in Alaska’s vibrant population center while supporting the beautiful, often remote parks, refuges, and forests that keep Alaska wild.

Director of Finance and Administration – is responsible for overseeing and directing the Association Information Technology, Human Resources, Administrative, Finance, and Accounting functions.  Sets immediate and long-range priorities for the work of the Human Resources, Finance and Accounting, and Information Technology departments in conjunction with the priorities of the Executive Director to ensure cohesive support to the Association. The position also serves as a facilities manager for the Anchorage Central Office.  The Director assists the Executive Director in providing day-to-day and strategic leadership in the overall business affairs and administration of the Association and serves as a primary point of contact to the Association’s Finance Committee (Board).

To apply, please submit a Resume and Cover letter via email to

Education Team

Denali Education

Year-Round Youth Program Coordinator – The Denali Education team will be seeking applicants for a new youth coordinator position that will work in Denali and the Fairbanks region. Our application period has been postponed until further notice.  Click here for a full position description.


Anchorage Education

Anchorage Field Leader hiring has been postponed until further notice.

Sea Kayak Field Leader -Our Kayak Expeditions take Alaskan high school students and teachers kayaking in remote Prince William Sound to learn leadership, wilderness skills, and complete work projects. Click here for a full position description.

Trail Crew Field Leader -Our Chugach Forest Conservation Crews (CFCC) take Alaskan high school students backpacking in remote areas of the Chugach National Forest to learn about conservation, leadership, and gain new outdoor skills. All programs participate in conservation work projects in conjunction with the U.S. Forest Service. Click here for a full position description.

Documentarian and Assistant Field Leader -Document particpant experiances through photographs, videos, and participant interviews while co-leading multi-day backcountry programs. Click here for a full position description.