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Dream Big. Do Bigger. Make a Difference with EPI.

Our dedicated staff is a creative group striving to make a positive difference in the world – in the office, in the field, and in their daily lives. These individuals bring their own passions to EPI’s vision for big impact in communities around the world. Apply today to join our incredible team!

Available Positions

If you have any questions, please email our HR Coordinator.

Year-Round Positions

Grants and Development Coordinator

Job Summary: The Grants and Development Coordinator will support EPI’s fundraising team, focusing primarily on foundation grants, and secondarily on general fundraising efforts. S/he will prepare grant proposals and reports, identify foundation prospects, and track deadlines. S/he will also provide support for fundraising campaigns, sponsorships, events, donor communications, database management, and general office support. This position is comprised of 70% grant writing and coordination, and 30% general fundraising/development.   Qualifications: Required: Previous experience writing grant proposals, reports, and budgets; Excellent written, verbal,... Read More

Seasonal Positions

Bitterroot Wildlife Internship Field Instructor

Job Summary: Ecology Project International (EPI) is hiring one field instructor to mentor and deliver academic content for 12 Bitterroot Wildlife Internship program interns this summer. Interns and instructors will spend Sunday afternoon-Thursday of each week at the ranch completing conservation service projects (approximately 10hrs/week), conducting ecological research (approximately 16hrs/week), and learning about the Bitterroot Valley’s ecosystem (approximately 6 hrs/week). Instructors and interns will camp in a designated campsite on the ranch Sunday-Thursday. Conservation projects on the ranch might include fence repair... Read More

  • Mentor and deliver academic content for 12 high school interns
  • Work and camp on the beautiful MPG Ranch for eight weeks this summer
  • Lead conservation service projects and mentor students conducting independent research projects

Yellowstone Wildlife Ecology Program Summer Field Intern

Job Description: Ecology Project International (EPI) is hiring interns to help lead five- to nine-day field ecology courses for middle and high school students in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem for our summer courses (May through August). Our programs introduce students to real-world scientific study, engage them in conservation service projects, and raise their cultural and ecological awareness. Field intern positions at EPI Yellowstone are opportunities for aspiring outdoor educators to learn, practice, and develop the fundamental skills necessary for a successful career in... Read More

  • Develop your educator and research skills in the field
  • Work alongside wildlife biologists in Yellowstone
  • Receive mentorship from experienced program staff and field instructors

Yellowstone Wildlife Ecology Summer Field Instructor

Description: Ecology Project International (EPI) Yellowstone field instructors teach five- to nine-day field ecology courses May through August for middle and high school students in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Our programs introduce students to real-world scientific study, engage them in conservation service projects, and raise their cultural and ecological awareness. During Yellowstone summer courses, students work with research partners (e.g., National Park Service) to collect data for wildlife research projects. Participants also engage in a hands-on conservation service project with partners like B... Read More

  • Inspire hundreds of middle & high schoolers in the field
  • Work alongside wildlife biologists in Yellowstone
  • Blend your research and educator skills to create positive change