Seasonal staff with Mono Lake in the distance.

Now hiring for summer 2022

The Mono Lake Committee is ramping up for a big summer season in 2022, and we’re excited to announce that we’re hiring seasonal staff to help with our programming!

Weekend canoe tours on Mono Lake will be back for 2022, as will our morning bird walks. Our Information Center & Bookstore will continue to be open every day, with extended hours in the summer, and we’ll again offer daily sunset walking tours at South Tufa. Our Outdoor Education Center will be back in full swing, too. To support these programs, we’re hiring Mono Lake Interns, a Birding Intern, a Canoe Program Coordinator, and Outdoor Education Instructors.

Find all the job postings online here. We’ll begin accepting applications on January 1, 2022.

We look forward to the new faces, fresh perspectives, and diverse skill sets that our summer seasonal staff bring to the Committee. If you have general questions about the hiring process, contact me, Office Director Claire Landowski, either by email or phone at (760) 647-6595 x120.

Five people ride in a metal canoe on a glassy Mono Lake with blue skies and beautiful puffy clouds and bright vibrant colors with a California Gull floating on the water in the background and a large white island, Paoha, in the distance.
Seasonal staff lead canoe tours every weekend throughout the summer. Photo by Bartshe Miller.
Visitors at the shore of Mono Lake demonstrating how tufa are created underwater from minerals combining.
Leading walking tours at South Tufa is one of the key job duties of seasonal staff. Photo by Erv Nichols.
The Mono Lake Committe bookstore and information center, many coffee table photo books in the foreground and the counter and information displays in the background.
All seasonal staff work shifts in the Mono Lake Committee Information Center & Bookstore. Photo by Elin Ljung.

Top photo by Elin Ljung.