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Full time, seasonal positions lasting 10 months starting in Sept 2021 through July 2022.

  • Camp Intern

    Camp Blackbird

    Looking for a Camp Intern for the upcoming season (September - July). Eligible to live in staff housing at a discounted rate ($350.00 per month)

    The Camp Intern supports the Farm Leadership Team with the day to day operations of the Farm.

    Essential Functions include, but are not limited to the following: *

    • Establish team or cohort connections with assigned Campers 

    • Conduct meetings with students and chaperons daily 

    • Support Students in Experiential Learning Activities and create a safe environment for them

    • Facilitate Small Group Discussion and Debrief with students

    • Set emotional tone for activities 

    • Motivate students throughout the camp process 

     

    Kitchen

    • Support Cook with all meal preparation 

    • Clean food preparation equipment used, and ensures food preparation and service areas are maintained in a clean and sanitary manner 

    • Assisting in putting away food deliveries

     

    Barn

    • Assist with barn animal care

    • Feed barn animals

    • Keep the barn clean

    • Assist with garden care

    • Watering plants

    • Keep garden clean

     

    Education and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s Degree preferred

    • 1 to 2 years experience working with At-Risk Youth

    • Prior Camp RA or Teaching experience is preferred

    • Employee must pass TB Test and Physical Examination

     

     

    *The specific statements shown in each section of this description are not intended to be all inclusive. They describe the general nature and level of work being performed and/or represent typical elements and criteria considered necessary to successfully perform the job. The Company retains the discretion to add to or change the duties of the position at any time.

  • Camp Lead

    Camp Blackbird

    Looking for a Camp Lead for the upcoming season (Sept - July). Ability to live in staff housing at a discounted rate ($350 per month)

    The Camp Lead is an essential part of the Blackbird Farm program. The Camp Lead is responsible for leading groups of students through an 11 Day Experiential Learning and Outdoor Education program which focuses on personal social and emotional growth. EOEs provide positive and meaningful programming and a safe learning environment in which students are able to reach their fullest potential.

    Essential Functions include, but are not limited to the following: *

    • Provide supervision to students of varying ages, abilities and backgrounds, including both daytime and overnight support in student housing

    • Facilitate and participate in experiential and social emotional learning activities with a diverse audience of program participants 

    • Conduct daily small group discussions and debriefs with program participants and school representatives

    • Act as a role model to students in attitude and behavior

    • Meet academic objectives and learning targets through the use of engaging instructional techniques

    • Provide a physically and emotionally safe environment for participants 

    • Respond quickly and communicate effectively to any emergency or student behavior situation and approach conflict with a restorative practice mindset

    • Other duties as assigned including but not limited to: working in the barn, student dish duty, light cleaning, driving, or leading an activity

     

     

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

    • Strong leadership skills

    • Open to learning new skills and strategies

    • Solution focused and have a growth mindset, turning challenge into opportunity

    • Ability to work independently and efficiently, exercising reasonable judgment, in a fast-paced, multi-task environment with minimal supervision.

    • Ability to synergize with students and staff to manage and monitor the growth of the program.

    • Ability to work effectively under pressure and demonstrate problem-solving skills, while maintaining courtesy, professionalism, and a customer service attitude.

    • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.

     

    Experience, Education and Qualifications:

    • Must hold valid driver’s license for at least the past 3 years and have a clean driving record

    • 1 to 2 years’ experience working with youth that have struggled to find success in traditional educational settings

    • Bachelor’s degree preferred.

    • Current Wilderness First Responder (WFR) certification and adult CPR preferred 

    • Employee must pass TB Test and Livescan Background

     

    **The specific statements shown in each section of this description are not intended to be all inclusive. They describe the general nature and level of work being performed and/or represent typical elements and criteria considered necessary to successfully perform the job. The Company retains the discretion to add to or change the duties of the position at any time.

  • Experimental Outdoor Educator

    Camp Counselor
    Rocky Mountains Pathways Ranch
    $375.00 / week

    Looking to hire Experiential Outdoor Educators. This position includes room & board. 

    The Experiential Outdoor Educator (EOE) is an essential part of the Rocky Mountain Pathways Ranch program. The  Experiential Outdoor Educator is responsible for leading groups of students through an 11 Day Experiential Learning  and Outdoor Education program which focuses on personal social and emotional growth. EOEs provide positive and  meaningful programming and a safe learning environment in which students are able to reach their fullest potential.

    Essential Functions include, but are not limited to the following: * 

    • Provide supervision to students of varying ages, abilities and backgrounds, including both daytime and overnight support in student housing 
    • Facilitate and participate in experiential and social emotional learning activities with a diverse audience of program participants 
    • Conduct daily small group discussions and debriefs with program participants and school representatives
    • Act as a role model to students in attitude and behavior 
    • Meet academic objectives and learning targets through the use of engaging instructional techniques
    • Provide a physically and emotionally safe environment for participants 
    • Respond quickly and communicate effectively to any emergency or student behavior situation and approach conflict with a restorative practice mindset
    • Other duties as assigned including but not limited to: working in the barn, student dish duty, light cleaning, driving, or leading an activity  

     

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: 

    • Strong leadership skills 
    • Open to learning new skills and strategies 
    • Solution focused and have a growth mindset, turning challenge into opportunity 
    • Ability to work independently and efficiently, exercising reasonable judgment, in a fast-paced, multi-task environment with minimal supervision. 
    • Ability to synergize with students and staff to manage and monitor the growth of the program.
    • Ability to work effectively under pressure and demonstrate problem-solving skills, while maintaining courtesy, professionalism, and a customer service attitude. 
    • Strong interpersonal and communication skills. 

     

    Experience, Education and Qualifications:  

    • Must be 21 years of age 
    • Must hold valid driver’s license for at least the past 3 years and have a clean driving record 
    • 1 to 2 years’ experience working with youth that have struggled to find success in traditional educational settings • Bachelor’s degree preferred. 
    • Current Wilderness First Responder (WFR) certification and adult CPR preferred 
    • Employee must pass TB Test, Physical Examination and Background 

    **The specific statements shown in each section of this description are not intended to be all inclusive. They describe the general nature and  level of work being performed and/or represent typical elements and criteria considered necessary to successfully perform the job. The  Company retains the discretion to add to or change the duties of the position at any time.

     

    Position Pay: $375 per week plus room & board

    Eligible for holiday pay, benefits, and retirement plan 

  • Barn Lead

    Camp Blackbird

    Looking for a Barn Lead for upcoming season (Sept - July). Eligible to live in staff housing at a discounted rate ($350 per month).

    The Barn Lead is an integral part of Pathways in Education. This position is responsible for all student  and staff programming the Barn at Blackbird Farm.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING: *

    • Oversee and assist with every aspect of student and staff animal programming ∙ Develop & implement student programming with a focus on equine therapy and riding skills ∙ Order and maintain supplies related to specific responsibilities 

    • Train and manage seasonal Barn Wrangler 

    • Coordinate with Program Facilitator to schedule and lead staff training rides ∙ Coordinate with program Facilitator on all daily scheduling and programming concerning the  Barn 

    • Communicate all animal training needs to Equine Specialist 

    • Support in feeding of all barn animals and cleaning of stalls and pens 

    • Support students in experiential learning activities and create a safe environment for them 

     

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED: 

    • Must be able to lift 60-80 lbs 

    • Knowledge of horses and riding 

    • Knowledge of small livestock chickens, llamas, alpacas, goats, etc. 

    • Equine therapy experience preferred 

     

    EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND REQUIREMENTS: 

    • Nationally certified program training in horse riding 

    • Bachelor’s degree or 4 years of equivalent experience in the equine industry (post high school)  preferred 

    • Experience working with horses and as a wrangler 

    • Passionate about working with at risk youth 

    • Must be willing to complete a medical exam after hire 

    *The specific statements shown in each section of this description are not intended to be all inclusive. They describe the general nature and level of work being performed and/or represent typical elements and criteria considered necessary to successfully perform the job. The Company retains the discretion to add to or change the duties of the position at any time.

  • Barn Wrangler

    Barn Wrangler
    Rocky Mountains Pathways Ranch
    $12.32 / hour

    Looking for a Barn Wrangler for our upcoming season (September - July). Ability to live on site at a discounted rate ($350 per month).

    The Barn Wrangler is responsible for supporting the Barn and Equine Education Supervisor with feeding the barn animals, keeping the barn clean, educating students and other duties assigned.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF POSITION INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING:

    • Assist with every aspect of barn animal care.
    • Feed barn animals.
    • Keep the barn clean.
    • Support students in experiential learning activities and create a safe environment for them.

    EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND REQUIREMENTS:

    • Experience working in a barn.
    • Knowledge of horses and other animals.
    • Passionate about working with at-risk youth.
    • Commitment to the mission and core values of the company.
    • Bachelor’s degree (in any field) or 4 years equivalent experience in the equine industry (post high school) preferred.
    • Must be at least 21 years of age.
    • Must be able to lift 60-80 lbs.
    • Must be willing to complete a medical exam after hire.

    COMPENSATION:

    $12.32 per hour

    Eligible to live at staff housing for a discounted rate

    Provided with free meals while working

    Eligible for holiday pay, medical, and retirement bents 

  • Cook

    Camp Blackbird

    Looking for a Cook for upcoming season (Sept - July). Eligible to live in staff housing at a discounted rate ($350 per month). 

    The Cook is an integral part of Blackbird Farm.  The Cook assists the Chef in order for the Kitchen Department to prepare and serve three nutritious meals a day for students, staff, and guests.  The Cook reports to the Head Chef.

    Essential Functions and Duties include, but are not limited to the following:*

    • Supervise and oversee Kitchen Department when Head Chef is not scheduled
    • Assist Head Chef in keeping inventory of food and Kitchen Department supplies
    • Prepare and serve meals for students, staff, and guests
    • Follow established recipes and meet quality standards both in volume and small quantities
    • Provide comparable meal options for dietary restrictions and allergies
    • Perform repetitive work such as slicing, chopping, cutting, stirring, frying and other related kitchen duties
    • Ensure food is maintained at proper serving temperatures
    • Clean food preparation equipment used, and ensures food preparation and service areas are maintained in a clean and sanitary manner
    • Perform daily, weekly, monthly, and quarterly deep cleaning of the facility and service areas and all kitchen equipment
    • Practice safe food handling guidelines according to Health and Safety and regulations (CALCODE)
    • Receive, label, and stock food and supplies according to Environmental Health and Safety and regulations (CALCODE)
    • Assist with other functions and duties as assigned
    • Greet our guests with a smile and express a genuine appreciation for them

     

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

    • Professional, mature and experienced working with a wide range of populations (experience with both youth and adult clients)
    • Ability to interpret and follow recipes and to compute basic mathematical calculations
    • Ability to work under time constrains, and prepare meals for small (10) as well as large (50100+) groups
    • Able to work independent of others with minimal supervision as well as in a team

    Education, Experience and Requirements:

    • Culinary Arts Degree or a minimum of 2 years of equivalent experience in kitchen preparation and cooking
    • ServSafe Certified preferred
    • Must be available to work weekends
    • Employee must pass TB test and Livescan background clearance

    *The specific statements shown in each section of this description are not intended to be all inclusive. They describe the general nature and level of work being performed and/or represent typical elements and criteria considered necessary to successfully perform the job. The Company retains the discretion to add to or change the duties of the position at any time.

     

    This position is eligible to live on property at a discounted rate! 

  • Prep Cook

    Rocky Mountains Pathways Ranch
    $12.32 / hour

    Looking for Prep Cooks for our upcoming Season (September - July). Ability to live in staff housing at a discounted rate ($350.00 per month)

    Prep Cook will support the Chef by assisting with food preparation, washing dishes, serving food, and cleanup of dining room and kitchen area.  The Prep Cook will report to the Head Chef.

    Essential Functions and Duties include, but are not limited to the following:*

    • Assist in preparation and serving of meals for students, staff, and guests
    • Follow established recipes and meet quality standards both in volume and small quantities
    • Perform repetitive work such as slicing, chopping, cutting, stirring, frying and other related kitchen duties
    • Occasionally prepare and serve meals independently by following established recipes 
    • Ensure food is maintained at proper serving temperatures
    • Clean food preparation equipment used, and ensures food preparation and service areas are maintained in a clean and sanitary manner 
    • Perform daily, weekly, monthly, and quarterly deep cleaning of the facility and service areas and all kitchen equipment
    • Practice safe food handling guidelines according to Health and Safety and regulations
    • Receive, label, and stock food and supplies according to Environmental Health and Safety and regulations
    • Greet our guests with a smile and express a genuine appreciation for them
    • Sweep and mop kitchen and food storage areas daily
    • Assist with washing dishes throughout shift
    • Assist with other projects and duties as assigned 

     

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

    • Professional, mature and experienced working with a wide range of populations (experience with both youth and adult clients).
    • Ability to interpret and follow recipes and to compute basic mathematical calculations.
    • Ability to work under time constrains, and support with preparing meals for small (10) as well as large (100+) group
    • Able to work independent of others with minimal supervision as well as in a team.

    Education, Experience and Requirements:

    • Culinary Arts Degree or a minimum of 1 year of equivalent experience in kitchen preparation and cooking.
    • Must be available to work weekends.
    • ServSafe Certified preferred.
    • Employee must pass TB test and background clearance.

     

    *The specific statements shown in each section of this description are not intended to be all inclusive. They describe the general nature and level of work being performed and/or represent typical elements and criteria considered necessary to successfully perform the job. The Company retains the discretion to add to or change the duties of the position at any time.

    Compensation $12.32 per hourly + free meals while working.

    Eligible to live at staff housing for a discounted rate

    Provided with free meals while working

    Eligible for holiday pay, medical, and retirement bents 

  • Master Homesteader

    Camp Blackbird

    Looking for a Master Homesteader for this upcoming season (Sept - July). Eligible to live in staff housing at a discounted rate ($350 per month).

    Job Description

    The Master Homesteader is the facilitator of the garden and the garden experience.  Garden lead; from design, implementation, and utilization of the garden, to leading/ being in charge and responsible for all student-garden activities.

     

    This position calls to respectfully and knowledgeably guide the garden and garden staff towards goals shared by: the Master Homesteader, the Farm Executive Director, the Assistant Farm Manager, and Camp Interns and Staff.

     

    Essential Functions include, but are not limited to the following:*

    • Work with kitchen staff to grow and harvest for the farm’s needs
    • Design and lead student garden educational/experiential activities (this includes training Farm Interns to lead and help create activities)
    • Garden design, utilization and implementation. From short to long term goals (goals are to be established in conjunction with Farm Executive Director, Farm Manager, and Interns)

     

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

    • Understanding the basic principles of farming (compost, feeding/ tending/ harvesting plants, building beds).
    • Ability and desire to learn and retain information during training.
    • Ability and desire to research needed information for growing, tending and processing garden produce.
    • Social skills to work responsibly, respectfully and joyfully with staff in and out of garden.
    • Experiential education teaching skills to effectively and joyfully engage with the students in teaching/ sharing the majesty as well as importance/ functionality of the garden. 
    • Creativity and openness to design/ change the garden curriculum as well as garden design to continually expand the garden’s yield and majesty. 

     

    Education and Experience:

    • BA or BS degree or 1-2 years of related experience and/or training.
    • Training/ basic knowledge in Permaculture Design is highly preferred

     

    *The specific statements shown in each section of this description are not intended to be all inclusive. They describe the general nature and level of work being performed and/or represent typical elements and criteria considered necessary to successfully perform the job. The Company retains the discretion to add to or change the duties of the position at any time.

  • Facilities & Maintenance Supervisor

    Maintanence
    Rocky Mountains Pathways Ranch
    $17.40 / hour

    Looking for a Facilities & Maintenance Supervisor for the upcoming season (Sept - July). Ability to live in staff housing at a discounted rate ($350.00 per month)

    Job Description

    The Facilities & Maintenance Supervisor provides a variety of functions, completing facility projects, and providing instruction to student learners via experiential work projects, and maintaining the overall upkeep and maintenance Rocky Mountain Pathways Ranch.

    Essential Functions include, but are not limited to the following:*

    • Hire, train, and develop facilities staff
    • Handle all work duties for repairs at the RMPR and at staff housing
    • Write and maintain policies and procedures for safety, maintenance and repairs
    • Train all personnel in safe driving practices
    • Track and log all vehicle inspection logs. Use logs to determine need for vehicle maintenance
    • Assess student skills and develop appropriate work projects for them
    • Apply and observe appropriate safety security rules and policies
    • Manage  regular inventory of tools and supplies for facilities repairs and maintenance
    • Other facilities special projects as assigned

     

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

    • Knowledge of facilities repair and maintenance including plumbing, electrical, HVAC, construction, etc. Experience in a facilities management role highly preferred.
    • Excellent follow up and attention to detail required
    • Ability to work effectively under pressure with minimal supervision
    • Ability to demonstrate problem-solving skills, while maintaining courtesy, professionalism, and a customer service attitude
    • Strong interpersonal relationship skills
    • Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, with students, parents, co-workers, and business contacts in a courteous and professional manner
    • Willingness to handle emergency repairs if/when they arise
    • Working knowledge of MS Office, Excel and internet

     

     Education and Experience:

    • Facility Management Certification preferred
    • Previous experience working in facilities management position
    • Must be at least 21 years old

     

    Provided with free meals while working

    Eligible for holiday pay, medical, and retirement bents 

     

     

    *The specific statements shown in each section of this description are not intended to be all inclusive. They describe the general nature and level of work being performed and/or represent typical elements and criteria considered necessary to successfully perform the job. The Company retains the discretion to add to or change the duties of the position at any time. 

         ~Pathways in Education is an Equal Opportunity Employer~           

  • Housekeeper

    Camp Blackbird

    Looking for a Farmhouse Assistant for the upcoming season (Sept - July). Eligible to live in staff housing at discounted rate ($350 per month)

    The Blackbird Farmhouse Assistant will assist the Sales and Hospitality Coordinator and will perform all housekeeping duties at the farm. The Farmhouse Assistant may assist the kitchen department when necessary.  The Farmhouse Assistant will report directly to the Sales and Hospitality Coordinator.

     

    Essential Functions and Duties include, but are not limited to the following: *

    • Follow all farm standards guidelines
    • Maintain a high standard of cleanliness in the farmhouse at all times
    • Assures all bathrooms and showers on the premise are kept clean and stocked with soap, paper towels and toilet paper
    • Make up, maintain and turn over all cabins for guests when necessary and in a timely manner
    • Keeping all yurt and cabin laundry in good condition by washing, drying and folding
    • Keep the events barn clean and organized by sweeping and mopping
    • Assist in cleaning tasks in the kitchen when needed
    • Assist the kitchen staff with food preparation when needed
    • Assist the programming staff with cleaning of the yurts
    • Manage a weekly schedule of necessary housekeeping duties and accomplish them in a timely manner
    • Keep an inventory of cleaning supplies and other housekeeping items and communicate with the appropriate departments to order these supplies
    • Assist with other functions and duties as assigned
    • Greet our guests with a smile and express a genuine appreciation for them

     

    Education, Experience and Requirements:

    • Professional, mature and experienced working with a wide range of populations (experience with both youth and adult clients)
    • Ability to accept guidance and supervision
    • Good communication skills
    • Able to work independent of others with minimal supervision
    • Must be available to work weekends and nights
    • Employee must pass TB test and Livescan background clearance

     

    *The specific statements shown in each section of this description are not intended to be all inclusive. They describe the general nature and level of work being performed and/or represent typical elements and criteria considered necessary to successfully perform the job. The Company retains the discretion to add to or change the duties of the position at any time.

  • Facilities Assistant

    Rocky Mountains Pathways Ranch
    $12.32 / hour

    Looking for a Facilities Assistant for the upcoming Season (September - July). This position has the ability to live at staff housing for a discounted rate ($350.00 per month). 

    Under minimal direction, the Facilities Assistant maintains and repairs facilities, cleans guest rooms, and runs work projects with program  participants. Assists departments with maintenance and facility needs, and reports facility issues to Ranch Manager.

    Essential Functions include, but are not limited to the following: * 

     

    •  Organizes facilities equipment and tools; maintains a clean and organized working environment; ensures all  necessary material and tools to perform daily work are available and kept in good condition 
    • Organizes facilities tasks – keeps track of all things that need to be accomplished 
    • General maintenance of facilities – weed and tree maintenance, painting, light plumbing and electric repair,  replacing lightbulbs and fixtures, keeping vehicles in good repair, fueling vehicles, etc. 
    • Cleans guest rooms and bathrooms weekly 
    • Updates Ranch Manager about work progress and issues/concerns 
    • Assists other departments with facilities-related needs 
    • Runs work projects with program participants 
    • Other duties and projects as assigned 
    • Additional Job Description

      Additional Job Description

      Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: 

      Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Preferred: 

      Experience, Education and Qualifications: 

      • Highly organized – Able to keep a detailed list of tasks and to organize with regard to priority 
      • Working knowledge of Microsoft Word and email; able to use internet 
      • Good communication skills, verbal and written 
      • Working knowledge of facility equipment and tools 
      • Ability to work independently and coordinate multiple tasks simultaneously 
      • Ability to follow up on task commitments and give updates as needed 
      • Willingness to learn and grow skillset 
      • Ability to do light labor and moving tasks.  
      • Able to routinely lift items that weigh 35+ lbs. and occasionally items that weigh 50+ lbs.   
      • High school diploma or equivalent 
      • Must hold a valid driver’s license and have a clean driving record  
      • Previous knowledge and experience in facilities maintenance: electrical, plumbing, and vehicle repair a huge plus.
      • Previous experience working with youth

    Compensation: Starting pay $12.32 + free meals when working. Ability to live on property at a discounted rate ($350.00 per month) . 

    Eligible for holiday pay, benefits, and retirement plan 

  • Ranch Cook

    Kitchen
    Rocky Mountains Pathways Ranch
    $16.62 / hour

    Looking for a Cook for the upcoming Season (September - July). Ability to live in staff housing at a discounted rate ($350 per month)

    The Cook is an integral part of Rocky Mountain Pathways Ranch.  The Cook assists the Chef in order for the Kitchen Department to prepare and serve three nutritious meals a day for students, staff, and guests.  The Cook reports to the Chef.

    Essential Functions and Duties include, but are not limited to the following:*

    • Supervise and oversee Kitchen Department when Chef is not scheduled
    • Assist Chef in keeping inventory of food and Kitchen Department supplies
    • Prepare and serve meals for students, staff, and guests
    • Follow established recipes and meet quality standards both in volume and small quantities
    • Provide comparable meal options for dietary restrictions and allergies
    • Perform repetitive work such as slicing, chopping, cutting, stirring, frying and other related kitchen duties
    • Ensure food is maintained at proper serving temperatures
    • Clean food preparation equipment used, and ensures food preparation and service areas are maintained in a clean and sanitary manner
    • Perform daily, weekly, monthly, and quarterly deep cleaning of the facility and service areas and all kitchen equipment
    • Practice safe food handling guidelines according to Health and Safety and regulations
    • Receive, label, and stock food and supplies according to Environmental Health and Safety and regulations
    • Greet our guests with a smile and express a genuine appreciation for them
    • Assist with other functions and duties as assigned

     

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

    • Professional, mature and experienced working with a wide range of populations (experience with both youth and adult clients)
    • Ability to interpret and follow recipes and to compute basic mathematical calculations
    • Ability to work under time constrains, and prepare meals for small (10) as well as large (100+) groups
    • Able to work independent of others with minimal supervision as well as in a team

    Education, Experience and Requirements:

    • Culinary Arts Degree or a minimum of 2 years of equivalent experience in kitchen preparation and cooking
    • ServSafe Certified preferred
    • Must be available to work weekends
    • Employee must pass TB test and Background clearance

     

    *The specific statements shown in each section of this description are not intended to be all inclusive. They describe the general nature and level of work being performed and/or represent typical elements and criteria considered necessary to successfully perform the job. The Company retains the discretion to add to or change the duties of the position at any time.

     

    Position Pay: starting at $16.62

    Eligible for holiday pay, benefits, and retirement plan 

  • Camp Nurse & Office Coordinator

    Rocky Mountains Pathways Ranch
    $13.00 / hour

    Looking for a Camp Nurse to support our Camp for the upcoming Season (September 2021 - July 2022). This position includes free room & board. Pay Range: $13 - $15

    The Camp Nurse and Office Coordinator is responsible for monitoring the overall health care needs of program participants including first aid, emergency care, administration of medication, maintaining medical records, and communicating with parents on any health related issues. This position will also assist with general office and administrative duties for the designated, assigned department.

    Essential Functions include, but are not limited to the following: *

    • Attend to the illness and injuries of program participants and administer first aid as needed
    • Oversee the collection, storage and administration of medication to program participants per written protocol
    • Maintain accurate and up-to-date records of medication administration and illness/injury care delivered to program participants including reviewing incoming program participants’ medical paperwork prior to start of program
    • Contact parents of participants requiring physician's attention, overnight stay in health center or when necessary
    • Coordinate physician visits as needed and transport program participants to visits
    • Be on call during camp sessions to attend to any emergency medical situations with students
    • Notify Leadership team of any serious injuries or emergencies and brief staff on general and specific health needs of campers
    • Manage First Aid kits and medical supply inventory and Train staff on First Aid, CPR, and incident response
    • Assist staff with program activities, work projects, and other duties as assigned
    • Provides general office support by answering phones, taking and delivering messages, rerouting calls as needed, filing, data entry, scheduling, general organization, managing incoming and interoffice mail
    • Answer inquiries about company and provides customer service as needed
    • Helps maintain, organize and update staff on office activities
    • Communicates and maintains company information by posting and maintaining policies in common areas, distributing updated contact information, and other information as needed
    • Learns how to operate all office machines. If an IT or facility problem cannot be easily resolved through troubleshooting, will coordinate with appropriate personnel (facilities, IT, etc.) for assistance until the problem(s) have been resolved.
    • Interfaces with accounting, payroll, vendors, sister companies, and clients as needed.
    • Gathers and assembles receipts in order to prepare monthly reports for review for credit card billing and payments and supports with department-level budgets as directed
    • Other duties as assigned

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

    • Strong leadership skill
    • Open to learning new skills and strategies
    • Solution focused and have a growth mindset, turning challenge into opportunity
    • Ability to work independently and efficiently, exercising reasonable judgment, in a fast-paced, multi-task environment with minimal supervision.
    • Ability to work effectively under pressure and demonstrate problem-solving skills, while maintaining courtesy, professionalism, and a customer service attitude.
    • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills and customer service.
    • Good working knowledge of all MS Office Programs (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, etc.).

    Experience, Education and Qualifications:

    • Must be 21 years of age
    • Must have a CNA License and eligible to practice in Colorado
    • Must hold valid driver’s license for at least the past 3 years and have a clean driving record
    • 1 to 2 years’ experience working as a licensed health care worker
    • Bachelor’s degree preferred.
    • Employee must pass TB Test and Background Check
  • Head Chef

    Rocky Mountains Pathways Ranch

    Looking for a Head Chef for our upcoming season (September - July). Ability to live on site at a discounted rate ($350 per month).

    General Summary:


    Chef will assist the Head Chef to oversee and participate in all duties of kitchen and is responsible to efficiently prepare 3 meals a day in a timely fashion.

     

    Essential Functions include, but are not limited to the following:


    •    Greet our guests with a smile and express a genuine appreciation for them 
    •    Follow and enforce safety regulations 
    •    Follow all Ranch standards and guidelines 
    •    Responsible for all meal preparation 
    •    Clean food preparation equipment used, and ensures food preparation and service areas are maintained in a clean and sanitary manner 
    •    Ensures food is maintained at proper serving temperatures 
    •    Ensures gas-fired stoves, grills and ovens, plus other kitchen equipment are off when not in use 
    •    Responsible for keeping inventory of food and staples. Assist the Head Chef on meal planning and food/ supply ordering 
    •    Assisting in putting away food deliveries 
    •    Evaluate current season and make recommendations for following season 

     

    Education and Experience:


    • Professional, mature and experienced working with a wide range of populations (experience with both youth and adult clients)
    • Experience in food service and preparation work
    • Knowledge of quantity food preparation techniques and procedures is a plus
    • Skill in cooking and in the use and care of food preparation appliances and equipment
    • Ability to interpret and follow recipes and to compute basic mathematical calculations
    • Ability to accept guidance and supervision
    • Enthusiasm, patience, sense of humor and self-control
    • Management and people skills
    • Ability to work under time constraints, and prepare meals for small (10) as well as large (50) groups
    • At least 18 years of age
    • Minimum Bachelor’s degree
    • Must be willing to complete a medical exam after hire

     

    Eligible for holiday pay, benefits, and retirement plan 

  • Ranch Intern

    Rocky Mountains Pathways Ranch
    $12.32 / hour

    Looking for a Ranch Intern for our upcoming season (September - July). Ability to live on site at a discounted rate ($350 per month).

     

    The Rocky Mountain Pathways Ranch Intern supports the Ranch Manager and RMPR Leadership Team with the day to day operations of the Ranch.

     

    Essential Functions include, but are not limited to the following:*

    • Support with overall Ranch upkeep/housekeeping
    • Support with animal feedings and cleaning in the barn.
    • General office support; answering phone calls, taking messages, scheduling deliveries and activities
    • Serve as a Driver for 12 passenger vans; transport clients, pick up mail, run Ranch errands
    • Support Cook with meal preparation and detailing of kitchen
    • Assist in organizing weekly ordering of items needed for all departments
    • Clean food preparation equipment used, and ensuring food preparation and service areas are maintained in a clean and sanitary manner
    • Support barn, facilities, programming, kitchen and office departments based on needs

     

    Education and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s Degree preferred
    • Prior Camp experience is preferred
    • Must be at least 21 years of age with a clean driving record
    • Employee must pass TB Test and Physical Examination

     

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: 

    • Highly organized – Able to keep a detailed list of tasks and to organize with regard to priority 
    • Working knowledge of Microsoft Word and email; able to use internet 
    • Good communication skills, verbal and written 
    • Working knowledge of facility equipment and tools 
    • Ability to work independently and coordinate multiple tasks simultaneously 
    • Ability to follow up on task commitments and give updates as needed 
    • Willingness to learn and grow skillset 
    • Ability to do light labor and moving tasks.  
    • Able to routinely lift items that weigh 35+ lbs. and occasionally items that weigh 50+ lbs.   

    Experience, Education and Qualifications: 

    • High school diploma or equivalent 
    • Must hold a valid driver’s license and have a clean driving record  
    • Previous knowledge and experience in facilities maintenance: electrical, plumbing, and vehicle repair a huge plus.
    • Previous experience working with youth

     

    COMPENSATION & BENEFITS:

    $12.32 per hour

    Healthcare Benefits

    Retirement Benefits

    Paid Time Off 

    Holiday Pay

    Meals provided

How to Apply

Please email resume and cover letter to Valina Durham at: valinadurham@9dot-es.com

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