The AMGA is a professional, yet casual work environment that supports employees meeting their professional goals and fosters a sense of community in a positive work environment. Employment at the AMGA means working with highly motivated and talented people who are committed to bettering the future of guiding and instructing in the US.


AMGA National Office

Membership and Communications Director 

The Membership and Communications Director is responsible for the management and success of AMGA’s individual membership and accreditation (business membership) programs. The position also includes the management of AMGA’s member communications through email newsletters, social media, an annual print publication, and other communication channels. The Membership Director supervises the Membership and Communications Associate; the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Manager; and the half-time Accreditation Manager. Given the interconnected nature of the responsibilities across numerous facets of the organization, success requires extensive collaboration among different departments in the AMGA.

Applications open until May 31st, 2022

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AMGA National Instructor Team

AMGA Instructor Team (IT) members are a critical component of delivering the AMGA mission. Under the direction of the AMGA Mountain Guide program staff, IT members deliver the AMGA curriculum, strive to create positive learning environments for all and maintain industry leading risk management practices.

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The AMGA is an equal opportunity provider and is an authorized permittee in the public lands in which it operates.