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Raft Program Shuttle Driver
National Ability Center, a rapidly growing national nonprofit, seeks a responsible shuttle driver to transport our Rafting Program participants in Moab, Utah. This position will help ensure the success of our Rafting Program for our participants with all abilities.
The Reservations Coordinator is a leader in the areas of individual and group reservations, customer service and office administration. This position supports and coordinates all aspects of the participant’s experience ensuring the best outcome for all participants utilizing the National Ability Center. A primary function of this and every position at the National Ability Center is to ensure that each member, guest, and visitor receive the highest caliber of service.
Technology Platform Specialist
The Technology Platform Specialist provides technical support and assistance to internal stakeholders regarding hardware, software and database issues. This position maintains the National Ability Center’s Salesforce CRM database for participant, donor and volunteer management, tracking, and reporting and is the liaison between the database and userbase. The Technology Platform Specialist troubleshoots to ensure that applications and NAC technology meet organizational needs and keep pace with changes in program operations, policies, and/or procedures. The Technology Platform Specialist also supports the development and execution of the NAC’s technology projects.
Vice President of Finance
The Vice President of Finance is a member of the executive staff team and will provide leadership in traditional finance and accounting functions, including budgeting and forecasting, complex financial modeling of strategic business opportunities, and ROI analysis. This position supports the strategic goals of the organization through the development of a broad-based financial resource portfolio to support organizational growth and excellence. A primary function of this and every position at the National Ability Center is to ensure that each member, guest and visitor receive the highest caliber of service.
Strategic Partnership Manager
The Strategic Partnership Manager leads the effort to meet our groups and conference acquisition, revenue and mission targets through innovative and strategic partnerships. This position is responsible for managing multiple booking calendars, strategic recruitment of past and/or new partners and maintaining high caliber customer service.
The volunteer coordinator is responsible for ensuring that our organization is filled with the best and most reliable volunteers who are appropriately engaged for the fulfillment of our mission. The ability to distinguish talent, motivate, and inspire are key along with excellent organizational skills and the ability to communicate with people from diverse abilities and experiences. The volunteer coordinator will work directly with the volunteer, event, and programs teams to create a strategic plan to integrate volunteers. The volunteer coordinator will be working with the Volunteer Team to create a positive experience for all volunteers as they effectively support the mission of the NAC.
Volunteer Position – Camps Program Shuttle Driver
The National Ability Center, a rapidly growing national nonprofit, seeks a shuttle driver to transport campers of varying physical, developmental, intellectual and cognitive abilities and ages from Salt Lake City to the NAC Ranch and back four and a half days a week. 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 searching for an experienced rafting guide to join a passionate team for an amazing and busy summer leading and supporting individuals of all abilities in Moab, UT. This position will guide one to five-day whitewater rafting trips on class I-IV rivers for people with disabilities. Guides work in a team to facilitate all aspects of the trip experience, including trip preparation, river guiding, facilitation of activities focusing on team buildings, 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.
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.