Careers

WHY JOIN THE SFI TEAM?

We are looking for staff that are advocates for our community and the impact of our programs, we want your story to be part of ours.

We value work-life balance and understand people are at their best when they can recharge! We invest in our staffs’ professional development, and will reimburse for work travel and applicable certifications. As a staff member you qualify to attend our adult field courses as a host for free!

Outdoor Science Instructors

Our Youth Education Program is currently hiring multiple youth Outdoor Science Instructors to facilitate seasonal residential Outdoor School programs and year-round day programs, summer camps, ropes challenge courses, and SnowSchool.

See the position description here:
Youth Outdoor Science Instructor Job Description

To apply, click here or below to fill out the online Youth Outdoor Science Instructor Application; you can attach a cover letter and resume in lieu of filling out the full application and send it to youthprograms@thesfi.org.

Youth Outdoor Science Instructor Employment Application

Camp Kitchen Coordinator
Our youth education program is currently hiring a seasonal kitchen coordinator to help nourish our campers. The position hours will vary weekly from part-time to full-time based on registrations for our spring and fall Outdoor School programs and summer camps. 

To apply, please send resume and cover letter to director@thesfi.org or apply on Indeed here.

See the position description here:
Camp Kitchen Coordinator Job Description

Housekeeper

We are currently hiring a year-round housekeeper, hours will vary based off facility use and program registrations. Spring and summer are our busy seasons, typically 25-35 hours per week and winter hours from 8-20 per week.

To apply, please send resume and cover letter to office@thesfi.org or apply on Indeed here.

See the position description here:
Housekeeping Job Description

About SFI: Our mission is to increase the understanding of, and connection to, the Klamath-Siskiyou ecoregion through education, scientific research, and public engagement. 

We are located in the beautiful Illinois Valley at 1241 Illinois River Rd. in Selma, Oregon on an 850-acre campus that encompasses pristine woods, serpentine geology, rare plants and animals, and rambling creeks.