We approach every obstacle as an opportunity. We thrive on grit, resilience, along with a “never give up” attitude to overcome what many believe as impossible. We live the motto “I can do this” and work to spread this attitude to those we encounter.
Reach The Summit
We strive for excellence in everything that we do. We encourage our participants, athletes, and volunteers to do the same. Whether a Paralympic athlete or mounting a horse for the very first time, we will work every day towards personal goals to be the best in every endeavor.
We are accountable. You can count on to do us to say what we do and do what we say to each other, our participants, our community and our donors.
Blaze New Trails
We are industry leaders. We are innovative, resourceful and look ahead for opportunities that will advance the ADAPTIVE NATION to expand beyond our current horizon.
We paddle together and work as a team, understanding others through empathy and compassion regardless of background or ability. We learn and grow as individuals and with the organization by considering what it is like to walk in someone else’s shoes. Together we are stronger.
Take The Reins
We empower every individual to take the reins and recognize that there is dignity in risk. We believe that each of us and those we serve need to feel responsible for our own future and personal goals. You, with us cheering you on, are the change and the future of the ADAPTIVE NATION.
Dress In Layers
We are prepared for changes, whether it be weather changes, environmental shifts, or changes in physical ability. We are adaptive, flexible and ready to use change as a new experience and opportunity.
The event manager supports the growth of the National Ability Center’s programs through the successful production of fundraising events, including signature events and Guild/turn-key events, to meet and exceed the organization’s revenue goals. 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.
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.
Adaptive Ski and Snowboard Instructor
Park City, Utah
Full Time, Seasonal – Non Exempt
Part Time, Seasonal – Non Exempt
Adaptive instructors share the love of winter sports by providing adaptive ski and snowboard instruction to individuals, families and groups in a fun and effective learning environment. They extend the opportunity to individuals who otherwise would not be able to ski or snowboard without the adaptive experience.
Park City, UT
Full-time – Exempt
The Kitchen Assistant will be responsible for providing menus & preparation of food for incoming groups, camps, & events. An initial focus will be in 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 and to set up stations for menu. Kitchen Assistant duties will consist of assisting the Culinary Program Manager.