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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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In accordance with National Ability Center's duty to provide and maintain a workplace that is free of known hazards, all employees, volunteers and interns are encouraged to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19. To protect all staff, volunteers and participants, it is strongly recommended that participants be fully vaccinated. At this time, it is not required; however, all participants and family members must follow current program COVID-19 procedures and sign the COVID waiver that outlines the risks associated with COVID-19. Our policy will comply with all applicable laws and is based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, federal and local health authorities, as applicable and is subject to change.
Boat Driver/Water Sports Instructor
The NAC is seeking a passionate and experienced water sports professional to join our Recreation and Adventure team. The Recreation and Adventure department consists of a large and dynamic team that works together to provide a variety of different programs which includes adaptive water skiing, wake boarding and wake surfing at the Jordanelle Reservoir. Water sports programs are offered to both individuals and groups who may be participating one time or returning on a weekly, monthly or annual basis. Our boat drivers are responsible for driving our program boat and/or jet-skis during water sports programs, supporting with instruction and spotting when not driving, trailering the boat and/or jet-skis, program delivery, excellent customer service, and post program wrap up of our water sports programs.
Community and Transition Program Assistant
This role will support in implementation of transitional and camp programming and transportation of participants with varying cognitive and physical abilities. The primary role of this job will be to support and mentor the COACH interns. The COACH internship (standing for Creating Opportunities for Achievement) is for individuals with any sort of disabilities, usually between 16-22 years old. It is a transitional internship, which means we work on vocational, advocacy, independence & job skills through the National Ability Center programs and administrative programs.
Challenge Course Specialist
The Challenge Course Program Specialist is responsible for the safety, planning, implementation and supervision of the National Ability Center’s high ropes course, low ropes, and teambuilding programming. In addition, this position supports the recreation & adventure department with additional implementation of programming for people of all ages and abilities. A primary function of this and every other job at the National Ability Center is to ensure that each member, guest, and visitor of the National Ability Center receives the highest caliber of service.
Summer Camp Counselor
Summer Camp Counselors provide a safe, caring and fun environment for campers with varying cognitive and physical abilities during day and overnight camps. A primary function of this and every other job at the National Ability Center is to ensure that each member, guest and visitor of National Ability Center receives the highest caliber of service.
Responsible for guiding one to five-day whitewater rafting trips on class I-III rivers for people with disabilities, Raft Guides will work in a team to facilitate all aspects of the trip experience, including trip preparation, river guiding, facilitation of activities, environmental education, and trip de-rigging. A primary function of this and every other job at the National Ability Center is to ensure that each member, guest, and visitor of the National Ability Center receives the highest caliber of service.
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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.