Career Opportunities at the Arc of Appalachia
Current Open Positions
We are not accepting applications at this time, but will be posting new opportunities soon. Thank you for your interest!
About the Arc of Appalachia
The Arc of Appalachia manages a total of 5,000 acres of natural areas in south central Ohio in fourteen different preserve regions. The Arc maintains three main visitation centers: Highlands Nature Sanctuary, Fort Hill, and Serpent Mound - the latter two sites in partnership with the Ohio Historical Society. Public facilities also include a hiking trail complex, and a residential education center.
The Arc of Appalachia Preserve System’s mission is to preserve, restore, and reunite the greater Appalachian Forest through education, land acquisition and enduring stewardship – protecting the forest’s magnificent diversity, understanding human relationships with the forest, and fulfilling our yearning for connection.
The ultimate goal of the Arc is to ignite a cultural transformation in Eastern United States in which its people claim the forest as their home, have a greater awareness of its natural history and contribute to its protection.
Since its inception in 1995, the Arc has raised funds to purchase, re-unite and preserve over eighty separate properties. In education, the Arc offers courses and workshops on the Eastern Forest’s world significance as a biome, its natural communities and ecology, and conservation stewardship; as well as a large variety of related events.