Blue Ridge Careers

We are a licensed outdoor child caring program that provides mental health treatment from licensed clinicians and skilled wilderness professionals. At Blue Ridge, we utilize the wilderness setting to provide clinically-focused intervention where we teach students accountability, communication skills, and healthy emotional and behavioral habits.

Our main office is in Clayton, Georgia – conveniently located between Atlanta GA and Asheville, NC. Our wilderness field area is set in the southern Appalachian Mountains, spanning portions of the Chattahoochee and Nantahala National Forests.

We are currently looking to fill the following positions:

Field instructors

Field Instructors

Field Instructors at Blue Ridge are central to the growth and success of our students! Instructors live and work in the outdoors, with a group of students and other staff, for 8 days at a time.The Instructor role requires resilience, a passion for service, and an ability to connect with others. Our Instructors are professionals who develop a wide variety of skills: outdoor living, motivational interviewing, risk management, group facilitation, and mindfulness– to name a few. We emphasize a relational approach that provides students with the support, awareness, and skills needed to achieve their goals.

Simply put: Field Instructors are role-models for a healthier way of life.

We’re thrilled you are interested in joining us! Please read through the rest of our website to learn about our program. Please contact our Recruiter Dani by emailing with any questions, or to apply. You can also apply online...


Transportation Team Member

Blue Ridge Therapeutic Wilderness is hiring part time Transport team members to assist in logistics operations. Transportation team members are a pivotal part of the student experience. The Transportation team and logistics support staff support the functioning of BRTW through transportation of supplies, personnel and students from point to point on an as needed basis. They further their support by helping to maintain the supplies (such as food and gear) between the office and the field. Hourly wages depend upon experience, with opportunities for mileage reimbursement for personal vehicle use and competitive bonuses for being on call. Hours are varied, and are occasionally at odd times when on-call.