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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 Manager.

Year-Round Positions

Financial Controller

Job Summary: The controller is responsible for the finance and accounting operations of EPI, coordinating and directing budget and financial forecasts, maintenance of the accounting systems, and preparing timely monthly financial statements. Finance controller responsibilities will also include financial risk management and preparing reports for management, regulatory agencies, and international financial reporting standards. This position is also empowered to identify new and creative ways to engage with co-workers to cultivate an environment true to our core values: making a positive difference in the world; bringing... Read More

  • This position is eligible for a benefits package that includes paid time off, sick leave, holidays, health insurance, retirement and professional development and other benefits as detailed in EPI’s Employee Handbook.

Seasonal Positions

Yellowstone Wildlife Ecology Program Field Instructor

Description: Ecology Project International (EPI) Yellowstone field instructors teach five- to nine-day field ecology courses 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 winter and summer courses, students work with research partners (e.g., National Park Service) to collect data for wildlife research projects. Participants in our summer program also engage in a hands-on conservation service project with... Read More

Yellowstone Winter Ecology Program Winter Field Intern

Description: Ecology Project International (EPI) is hiring interns to help deliver five- to nine-day field ecology courses for middle and high school students in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem for our winter courses (January through April). Upon successful completion of the internship, interns will have the opportunity to interview for summer field instructor positions (May through August 2019). 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... Read More