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Core Values

Move Mountains

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.

Belay On

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.

All Forward

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.

Featured Opportunities

Custodian

The National Ability Center is seeking a full-time custodian/housekeeper to work 30+ hours/week performing routine cleaning 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.

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Equestrian Summer Camp Counselor & Wrangler

This position is a combination of the equestrian summer camp counselor and wrangler. Equestrian Program Summer Camp Counselors provide safe and quality mounted and unmounted Equestrian lessons and activities to participants of all abilities.  This includes, but is not limited to teaching basic riding skills, grooming, stable management, horsemanship and equine related games and activities. The wrangler position provides safe, and high-quality trail rides to participants of all abilities. This includes conducting participant assessments, guided trail rides and basic instruction, barn chores and horse care, schooling horses and supporting the equestrian team with the daily functions of the equestrian program. Must be able to attend all scheduled trainings, in-services and be present for all scheduled camp dates.

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Equestrian Program Instructor

>National Ability Center, a rapidly growing national nonprofit, seeks passionate instructors to provide safe and high quality private and/or group horseback riding lessons to participants of all abilities. This includes conducting participant assessments, creating lesson plans, providing lessons, barn chores, schooling horses and supporting the equestrian team with the daily functions of the equestrian program.

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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.

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Summer Camp Assistant Counselor

The Summer Camp Assistant Supervisor supervises and leads staff and programming while providing and maintaining 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.

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Bike Specialist

The NAC offers both road cycling and mountain biking programs to individuals of all abilities. Programs are offered to both individuals and groups who may be participating one time or returning on a weekly, monthly or annual basis. The Bike Specialist is responsible for pre-programing planning, program delivery, excellent customer service, and post program wrap up of our road cycling and mountain bike programs.

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Recreation and Adventure Instructor

The Recreation and Adventure department consists of a large and dynamic team that works together to provide adaptive programs.Programs are offered to both individuals and groups who may be participating one time or returning on a weekly, monthly or annual basis at our Park City Ranch or surrounding areas. Staff on the Rec/Adv team are responsible for pre-program planning, program delivery, excellent customer service and post program wrap up. Staff will have one or two program areas of focus based on previous personal and professional experience. In addition to areas of focus staff will support on additional programs as needed.

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Water Sports Specialist

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. The Water Sports Specialist is responsible for pre-program planning, program delivery, excellent customer service, and post program wrap up of our water sports programs.

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Recreation and Adventure Program Supervisor

The Recreation and Adventure department consists of a large and dynamic team that works together to provide adaptive programs. Programs are offered to both individuals and groups who may be participating one time or returning on a weekly, monthly or annual basis at our Park City Ranch or surrounding areas. The program supervisor is responsible for supporting the recreation and adventure team with administrative and program implementation tasks.

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Shuttle Driver

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.

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