Wild Fish Conservancy's staff is comprised of 20+ professionals with decades of experience in technical research, engineering, advocacy, and public education. Together, these diverse skillsets and experience allow us to effectively address a broad range of complex issues facing wild fish— always with science as our compass.
Wild Fish Conservancy is always looking for experienced and mission-driven people to join our team. Whether you're interested in a career with Wild Fish Conservancy or want to volunteer your time to support our science, education, and advocacy initiatives, we want to hear from you!
We accept applications on an ongoing basis and keep resumes on file for when positions become available. Those interested in a career with Wild Fish Conservancy are encouraged to use the form at the bottom of this page to send us a resume and cover letter expressing your interest in working with us and telling us why you think our organization is a good match for your skills, values, and experience.
If you’d like to be notified about future volunteer opportunities, send us a message using the form at the bottom of this page sharing your interest in volunteering with Wild Fish Conservancy and we’ll add you to our volunteer list.
Wild Fish Conservancy is not currently hiring at this time. We accept applications on an ongoing basis and keep resumes on file for when positions become available.
Use the form below to upload a copy of your resume and a cover letter expressing your interest in working with us and why Wild Fish Conservancy is a good match for your skills, values, and experience.
We do not have any volunteer opportunities at this time. Send us a message using the form below if you’d like to be contacted about future volunteer opportunities or have a special skill that could benefit Wild Fish Conservancy’s science, education, and advocacy initiatives.
Please include the information below so we can reach out with volunteer opportunities near you or best suited to your interest and availability.