AK Cache and Logistics Assistant
Job Details
Southcentral Alaska - Indian, AK

Position Summary: The Student Conservation Association provides an array of corps and crews programming across the country. Equipment Assistant help with the logistical tasks of executing program in their corresponding region. The Equipment Assistant will work as part of a team to manage gear and equipment of all team programs in Alaska. This position will provide support for program coordinators, while ensuring that teams are properly equipped with the gear and tools needed to achieve their project goals in a safe and responsible manner. The annual salary range being offered for this role is $40,000- $50,000. The preference for the location of this role is Southcentral Alaska with ability to get to SCA Cache in Indian, AK. The length of assignment for this role is Full time, salaried, for 10 months Jan – Oct.



  • Organizing and maintaining the function of the Alaska cache
  • Manages the inventory, maintenance, and flow of assets in the cache
  • Repair and/or replace broken/damaged gear, equipment and tools
  • Manage vehicle fleet needs: Prepare vehicles for programs to use, cleaning and taking in for routine maintenance
  • Oversee the food program for all Alaska based teams
  • Create meal plan system
  • Purchase food
  • Set up a space to handle food safely
  • Collaborate with program coordinators to organize resupplies for teams in the field
  • Completes general administrative tasks as assigned
  • Supports elements of program trainings and work skills trainings
  • Maintain a clean space with functional gear and equipment
  • Maintain current knowledge of SCA Alaska programs
  • Represent a positive and professional image of SCA
  • Understand and follow all policies and procedures as outlined in the SCA Employee Handbook and the Field Guide
  • Foster an environment that promotes teamwork between SCA leaders, members and staff
  • Other duties as assigned


  • High school degree or equivalent
  • Must be at least 21 years old
  • Experience with field-based programming and cooking meals in a field camp
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills (both written and verbal)
  • Ability to work independently, take initiative and follow through and as part of a remote, highly mobile, and fast-paced team
  • Strong computer skills particularly in Microsoft office suite of programs: Outlook, Teams; Salesforce
  • Experience with field-based programming
  • Capable of lifting 40 pounds
  • Valid Drivers license and driving record within SCA guidelines
  • Must pass SCA criminal background check

While performing this job, it will require: 40+ hours/week. May include work on nights and weekends. May include some travel during the field season. The physical demands and work environment described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the duties of this position. While performing the duties of this position, the employee is occasionally required to:



The Student Conservation Association, Inc. is an equal-opportunity employer.

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