Teaching Drum Outdoor School is a growing organization requiring staff with a diverse skill set. If you’d like to be part of a community that seeks to live in balance with self and the Earth, and one of the open positions below appeals to you, then send us your resume and cover letter. Or call us at (715) 546-2944. For general information regarding compensation for those who live on-site, see the description at the bottom of this page.
If you’re not looking for a position, but would like to volunteer with us, please see our volunteer page.
Families are welcome. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, age, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual identity or sexual orientation.
PLEASE NOTE: We are a tobacco, alcohol, and drug free community and we have a no pet policy.
Visit our photo gallery to see photos of the main campus and accommodations.
We are looking for a highly organized and self motivated person to assume the duties of the Office Coordinator. This is a live-in position (scroll to the bottom of the page for information regarding compensation). The office coordinator duties include answering phones, organizing mail, sending packages to customers who order from our store, maintaining and updating our filing system which includes signature sheets and policies, and assisting other administrators as the need arises. This person must be microsoft office proficient and able to work with others in a team environment. The position doesn’t require a lot of technical knowledge, but attention to detail is a must and experience with online filing systems and computers beyond that of microsift office is a plus.
If interested, please email your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking for someone to assist Teaching Drum Outdoor School and its affiliate organizations with marketing their programs and courses.
This is a live-in position (scroll down to the bottom of the page regarding compensation). This person must have some expererience with marketing and how to utilize social media.
If interested, please email your resume and cover letter, along with a portfolio of your work to email@example.com
Tamarack Song is the founder and director of Teaching Drum Outdoor School and is looking for a personal assistant to assist him with his day-to-day responsibilites with Teaching Drum, The Healing Nature Center, and Snow Wolf Publishing. This is a live-in position (see right side-bar for information regarding compensation). To learn more and to apply, please read the job description written by Tamarack here.
Compensation for On-site Staff
We offer room and board (includes rustic living accommodations and Paleo based food with wild meat and fish with organic fruits and vegetables), shared vehicle use, utilities, internet, and a $350 stipend/month. There are also plenty of opportunities to learn wilderness survival skills, free camping and canoe rental, discounts on courses, and free access to the Healing Nature Center.