We need your talent, curiosity, and collaboration.

At Sealaska everyone has the opportunity to lead and learn. From Software Developers to Environmental Technicians, Social Scientists to Sonic Drillers, Data Base Administrators to Corporate Communicators – Sealaska’s wide range of career positions work together to benefit people, communities and the environment.

In addition to a values-based culture that fosters creativity, curiosity, honesty, and transparency, Sealaska offers a competitive benefits package that places a premium on work-life balance while providing exceptional healthcare, time-off, family assistance, and flexible work options.

If you’re looking for a place to learn and grow, explore new ideas and have a positive impact on the world – we invite you to learn more about our opportunities. Apply to our opportunities.

Carbon Project, Alaska
Gregg Drilling, California
IPC, Washington State

Sealaska is an equal opportunity employer for minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, veterans, all genders and sexual orientations and all other groups protected by law.

FEATURED JOBS

“The internship connected my heritage and passion for environmental management, allowing me to foster both my skills and knowledge every step of the way.”

Floyd Clark, 2019 Forestry Intern
Environmental Science Major with an emphasis in Ecological Restoration and Forestry Minor
Humboldt State University

Join our teams to provide new perspectives, innovation, and research throughout the company. You will be able to apply your education through practical experience in the field and corporate environment.

Our internship program provides experience and training for shareholders or shareholder descendants currently pursuing a college degree or vocational-technical certificate.

Most opportunities are posted early-October and close mid-January. The majority of our recruiting is done in the fall. The program runs approximately from mid-June to late-August each year.

Learn More about the Intern Program