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Here, you'll find an incomparable community of people who embrace the outdoors, who are passionate about advancing adaptive recreation, and who lift each other up as they grow personally and in their own careers. Sound like you? Check our listings below for full-time careers and rewarding seasonal roles in Park City, Salt Lake City and Moab, Utah.
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The Kitchen Assistant will be responsible for providing menus & preparation of food for incoming groups, camps, & events. An initial focus will be in assisting the development & execution of an in-house catering service to fulfill all lodge guest needs. We are looking for a professional cook to prepare food to the exact specifications outlined by the Culinary Development Manager. Kitchen Assistant duties will consist of assisting the Culinary Development Manager with daily operations, special events, food preparation, cleaning, and kitchen maintenance.
National Ability Center, a rapidly growing national nonprofit, seeks drivers for adaptive recreation participants and groups. A primary function of this and every other job at the National Ability Center is to ensure that each member, guest and visitor of NAC receives the highest caliber of service.
The National Ability Center is seeking a part-time housekeeper to work 20-28 hours/week performing routine housekeeping duties for multiple buildings at our Park City campus and Park City ski center. The exact hours are flexible, but the majority of tasks must be performed during normal business hours, approximately 7am-5pm. Weekends, Holidays, and evenings may be required to assist during events. Opportunity for additional hours and full-time benefited employment based on demand.
Rafting Trip Leader
Trip Leaders are responsible for leading one to five day whitewater rafting trips on class I-IV rivers for people with disabilities and underserved youth. Trip Leaders are responsible for pre-trip planning including contacting agency leaders, reviewing trip packets to become familiar with group goals and trip logistics, and formulating an overall trip plan that accomplishes each group’s unique objectives. Trip Leaders will lead a team of Guides to effectively execute each trip, and is responsible for overall trip safety and management of all aspects of trip logistics. Trip Leaders will guide rafts in Class III-IV whitewater and will also be asked to train and mentor new Guides. This may include leading training trips, riding in a boat with a trainee, or conducting checkout runs.
Rafting Guides are responsible for guiding on one to five day whitewater rafting trips on class I-IV rivers for people with disabilities and underserved youth. Guides will work in a team to facilitate all aspects of the trip experience, including trip preparation, on-river guiding, facilitation of activities focusing on team building, environmental education, rafting instruction, and trip close out.
The Development Associate provides detailed-oriented administrative and analytical support for the development department. This position manages the donation tracking process, assists the development department with fundraising and donor cultivation, as well as support the grant procurement process.
Volunteer Nordic Instructor
Volunteer with us!
The Volunteer Nordic Instructor is responsible for supporting the implementation of the National Ability Center’s Nordic activities [Cross Country Skiing and Snowshoe]; providing a safe, team-oriented program through which participants can have fun, make friends and build self-confidence by tackling challenges and developing new skills.
Custom Groups Facilitator
Custom Groups Facilitators provide support to the program team with a focus on the military and custom group department. Facilitators must possess exceptional large group facilitation skills, risk management, technical knowledge of programs, problem solving and leadership in front & backcountry settings.
Camp and Community Program Supervisor
The Camps and Community Program Supervisor is responsible for developing, planning, coordinating and implementing programming for camps, community and group programs.
Park City, Utah
Part-Time, Seasonal – Non Exempt
The Nordic Specialist is responsible for the implementation of the National Ability Center’s Nordic activities (Cross Country Skiing and Snowshoe) while empowering individuals of all abilities.
HOW TO APPLY:
To apply for seasonal jobs or full-time positions, please view our current employment opportunities and complete the online application. You will be prompted to include a cover letter and resume.
As an equal opportunity employer, National Ability Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age, national origin, citizenship status, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, disability, and or any other basis protected by law or company policy.