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Thank you for your interest in a position with the International Wolf Center. We seek to employ individuals interested in furthering our mission. Full and part-time positions will be posted on this page and it is recommended that you submit your resume as they become available.



WolfLink Marketing Coordinator
FLSA: .5 FTE non-exempt
Reports To: Interpretive Center Manager
Location: Ely, MN

Under the direction of the Interpretive Center Manager, the WolfLink Marketing Coordinator will be responsible for marketing and promoting education programs to past and prospective schools. These marketing efforts will result in increased registrations for the International Wolf Center’s WolfLink videoconferencing programs and other Education Department programs.


  1. Represent the International Wolf Center in the most positive manner with prospective, former and current members, donors, visitors, vendors, organizations, and agencies, and the communities the organization serves.
  2. Interact effectively with a diverse group of staff, board members, volunteers, interns, partner organizations, teachers and students.
  3. Learn and use the operating practices of the International Wolf Center.
  4. Uphold the organization’s mission.
  5. Adhere to organizational standards of objectivity and scientific accuracy in all program activities.
  6. Handle confidential information with tact and discretion.


  1. Develop and implement successful marketing and promotions plans to establish program relationships with schools, community organizations and youth/adult groups.
  2. Conduct telephone calling and email contact with school teachers, STEM/STEAM coordinators and other school district administrators that result in achieving program registration goals for the Education Department.
  3. Compile data from previous WolfLink users to promote repeat educational programs as a result of phone call contact and email campaigns.
  4. Coordinate the scheduling of programs, maintain registration records, and perform post-program follow-up with school teachers.


This position requires strong sales skills, organization and excellent oral and written communications skills. The ideal candidate is a self-starter who is comfortable making phone calls to past and prospective program participants (school teachers). Familiarity and/or previous experience working with computers, email, Microsoft Word and Excel, and calendar software is essential. A valid driver’s license is required. We are looking for an energetic individual who enjoys working with the public and is enthusiastic in promoting our programs.

To apply, email your resume, letter of interest and three references to careers@wolf.org.