Au Sable works with local schools, North American colleges, and federal, state and private environmental agencies to further its mission of inspiring and educating people to restore God's earth. If an opportunity to work for a dynamic Christian community with an environmental mission of international effect appeals to you, consider applying for currently available positions on our staff or faculty.


Current Opportunities




Summer Cooks - Multiple positions available from mid-May to mid-August

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Winter Support Staff - One position available from Jan 2nd - March 3rd

The Winter Support Staff will be responsible for all tasks associated with hosting groups on campus. This role requires working both indoors and outdoors in all weather extremes. Some tasks include housekeeping, light maintenance, grooming ski trails on a snowmobile, clearing snow from trails and driveways with walk-behind snow blowers and tractor, shoveling roofs, and greeting groups when they arrive. Support staff can expect 40-45 hours per week. Schedules are flexible and weather dependent. Must be available to work weekends.


Must be responsible, trustworthy, teachable, organized and have an attention to detail. Must be able to lift 50lbs and work on your feet for 8-hour shifts. Must work adequately under time pressures and constraints. Must have the ability to enjoy working outside in all weather conditions. Must be able to drive trucks, tractors, and snowmobiles. Must be a self-starter who can work unsupervised.

Compensation and Benefits

Compensation will be minimum wage (currently $9.25 per hour) for the first 40 hours each week, time and a half for any additional hours worked in the same week. Housing is provided at no cost. Meals are provided when groups are on campus. (every weekend and some weekdays).

Application Process

Please send your resume to Eric Bond, Director of Support Services at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).



Professor of Marine Mammals

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Environmental Education Internships - (short term)

Fall, winter, and spring internships are available where interns have the opportunity to lead and teach natural history lessons for K-12 students in groups of 8-12.