The farm is remote, two miles from the nearest road, on a river.It is a beautiful place, but has been too remote for some.This is a semi-remote location and candidates must be able to adapt to life in a beautiful, but relatively isolated location. Must be able to work unsupervised and have some mechanical aptitude/experience. The position involves managing the day-to-day affairs of the farm, from food handling to managing interns, working with plants and animals.We are located at Mile 113 of the Glenn Highway, approximately two hour’s drive from Anchorage. Vehicle is not necessary, but nice if you want to explore the area on your days off. The job is for six months, with the possibility of extending that. Please do not apply for this job if you cannot handle being in an isolated place for six months. You will be provided with your own housing with a photovoltaic system. Relevant experience would be remote living, time spent in the humid tropics, time spent in the developing world, a PDC certificate, and/or degrees in conservation, biology, or agriculture development.
Some listings are only published in an issue of THE CARETAKER GAZETTE, and other listings are emailed out the same day the listing comes in to THE CARETAKER GAZETTE.Do not apply for this job if you cannot handle being relatively isolated, with periods of having dozens of students to be with.