Work Opportunities

About Mohonk Preserve:
Located in the beautiful Hudson River Valley, Mohonk Preserve is New York’s largest nonprofit nature preserve. Our mission is to protect the Shawangunk Mountains region and inspire people to care for, enjoy, and explore their natural world. We manage over 8,000 acres of mountain cliffs, forests, fields and streams through four integrated programs – Conservation, Education, Stewardship, and Visitor Experience – and welcome over 300,000 members and visitors each year who come to hike, run, rock climb, boulder, bike, cross-country ski, snowshoe and enjoy and experience nature.

Based in a vibrant university community, Mohonk Preserve offers a great working environment in one of New York’s greenest counties, with all-season recreation, access to Preserve lands, a dynamic, committed team of conservation professionals and long legacy of conducting ecological research and environmental education. The Preserve is also the home of one of America’s premier rock-climbing destinations.

Equal Opportunity Employer:
Mohonk Preserve is an Equal Opportunity Employer dedicated to creating an inclusive culture where employees from diverse backgrounds can thrive and support our mission. Successful candidates will be equity-minded and committed to furthering our Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Justice (DEIJ) goals.

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Accounting & HR Assistant

Mohonk Preserve is seeking a business professional to support our financial team. Do you love keeping things organized and running smoothly? Do you have a passion for details? Are you interested in working for a mission-driven organization? If so, we’d like to meet you!

Application deadline extended:  April 15, 2022
Click here to see the full position announcement and apply.


Seasonal Grounds Worker

Do you love working outdoors? Do you have experience using power equipment and hand tools? Are you on time, every time and ready to take on the day’s project? If so, come join the Preserve’s Land Management team.

Positions open until filled.
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Internships

Mohonk Preserve offers paid summer internships for students through our Schaefer Research Internship in our Conservation Programs and our Thom Scheuer Land Management Internship in our Stewardship program. and The internships run during the summer season.

Schaefer Research Internship

Dr. Vincent and Lois Schaefer established the Schaefer Research Internship “to introduce students to the fascination and almost infinite variety of the natural world by providing the setting, exposure to dedicated scientists, and opportunity to sample a wide variety of nature study.” This internship is based out of the Conservation Programs department, operating in the Daniel Smiley Research Center, and runs approximately 6-8 weeks (June-August, flexible start date).

The Schaefer Research Internship is open to students currently enrolled in their sophomore or junior years of college (or equivalent credit hours) who are majoring in biology, ecology, geology, environmental studies/science, or related natural science majors.

The 2022 Schaefer Research Intern has been selected. Please check back for more information about 2023.

Thom Scheuer Land Management Internship

The Scheuer Land Management Internship provides the opportunity to work within our Land Stewardship and Land Protection programs alongside the professionals who ensure that Mohonk Preserve’s lands are managed in a manner that protects their ecological integrity while welcoming visitors who seek a wide variety of recreational experiences.

The Scheuer Land Management Internship is open to students currently enrolled in their sophomore or junior years of college (or equivalent credit hours) majoring in Outdoor Recreation, Environmental Science, Land and Natural Resource Management, Geography, Forestry, or other related fields of study.

The 2022 Scheuer Land Management Intern has been selected. Please check back for more information about 2023.

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