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Of course Outside magazine called us one of the best places to work. Our work is fascinating.
Not all human beings thrive in a nine to five setting, under fluorescent lights and at room temperature. There are a rare few who crave the kind of adventure you only find in extraordinary locations.
They’re people who deploy a 20-person field camp to remote Alaska, who construct an elevated building on top of two miles of ice in Greenland, who launch balloons into a global orbit and recover them when they land.
They’re a diverse group of problem solvers and outside-the-box thinkers, optimistic enough to believe they can overcome any obstacle. And dedicated enough to do just that.
If that sounds a lot like you, we’d love to meet you.
We need skilled tradespeople, such as carpenters, electricians, and plumbers, to build facilities in Greenland this year. Field support people to work with scientists across the Arctic this year. Balloon launch and recovery staff to help connect people to the internet around the globe this year.
It’s 180 degrees from the routine, but it’s fascinating. And it has earned us recognition as one of the best places to work by Outside magazine.
Maybe it’s the best place for you, too.
Equal EMPLOYMENT Opportunity
Polar Field is dedicated to the principles of equal employment opportunity. Polar Field promotes a work environment that does not discriminate against workers or job applicants and prohibits unlawful discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, marital status, ancestry, actual or perceived sexual orientation, or veteran status, including special disabled veterans. Polar Field validates right to work using E-Verify. Polar Field will provide the Social Security Administration (SSA) and, if necessary, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), with information from each new employee’s Form I-9 to confirm authorization to work in the United States.