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Job Opportunities

Interested in working to help hikers and protect trails? Learn about our career and seasonal positions.

Full Time Positions 

We are hiring for our Business Operations, Outdoor Leadership Training, Development, and Trail Maintenance teams.

Senior Manager, Accounting

WTA seeks an experienced accounting professional to lead WTA’s financial management. The Senior Manager, Accounting guides the organization by providing impact-focused analysis and financial management. The Senior Manager, Accounting directs the workflow for the monthly and annual closing process, reconciliation preparation and review, and financial reporting duties in the organization.

Priority deadline is May 21. See job description for responsibilities, qualifications, and how to apply.

Job description for Senior Manager, Accounting

Senior Manager, Individual and Corporate Giving 

WTA seeks an experienced fundraising and nonprofit marketing professional to oversee our individual giving and corporate partnership programs. This individual is responsible for the growth and stewardship of giving by individuals under $5,000. The position also oversees WTA’s corporate sponsorships and workplace giving strategies.

Priority deadline is May 17. See job description for responsibilities, qualifications, and how to apply.

Job description for Senior Manager, Individual and Corporate Giving 

Outdoor Leadership Training Senior Coordinator

The OLT Senior Coordinator’s primary responsibility is to engage and support community leaders, through fulfilling gear needs at our gear library, facilitating workshops, assisting with trip planning and fostering long-term partnerships. This position is the lead instructor for hiking, camping, backpacking and snowshoeing workshops and coordinates all logistics regarding those events.

We are still accepting applications for this position after the priority deadline. See job descriptions for responsibilities, qualifications, and how to apply.

Job description for Outdoor Leadership Training Senior Coordinator

Seasonal Positions 

Trail Crew Member for Pro-Crew 

This summer, WTA is piloting its first paid backcountry pro trail-work crew to work in three wilderness areas in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest: Glacier Peak, Pasayten, and the Lake Chelan/Sawtooth. This crew will focus on remote backcountry projects in these three wilderness areas, primarily working an eight-day hitch schedule.

We are still accepting applications for this position after the priority deadline. See job description for responsibilities, qualifications, and how to apply.

Job description for Trail Crew Member for Pro-Crew

Volunteering

We are always accepting new volunteers! WTA works with more than 5,000 volunteers each year. From maintaining trails to helping out in the office, we would love to have you!