In an attempt to better serve our membership, we will be offering space in the monthly e-Newsletter
to share job opportunities. Please see listings below.REI Outdoor School Instructor (Denver/Boulder)
Position: Part Time employment for year round guiding
Contact: Paul Haraf // email
- Minimum AMGA SPI certified with experience teaching lead climbing, anchor building, rock rescue, etc..
- AIARE Level 1 certified or higher a plus
- Experience teaching a minimum of 3 additional competencies: land navigation, GPS, SUP, snowshoeing, basic mountaineering, AIARE Level 1 instructor, survival skills, mountain biking, yoga, personal trainer, trail running or photography.
- Experience in guiding in the Boulder Denver Area
- 3 plus years of paid guiding experience
- Current WFR or higher and current CPR
- Valid driver's license with no negative incidents which includes medical screen and the ability to pass drug screen
At REI, we understand that benefits matter - we have a competitive offering which includes:
- Comprehensive health and well-being programs
- A competitive bonus/incentive program
- Generous gear and merchandise discount
- Professional growth and development opportunities
A work environment where RESPECT, INTEGRITY, and BALANCE are just a few of our fundamental values! For more information and to submit a resume contact Paul Haraf at email@example.com or by cell at 215-300-7750.
Colorado Mountain Club (Boulder Group)
Position: Director of Rock Leading School
Contact: Martina Sorek // email
The Boulder Group of the Colorado Mountain Club is seeking a qualified volunteer to be our Director of Rock Leading School (RLS) for the summer 2013 season and beyond. A full description of the course can be viewed at our website, www.cmcboulder.org/bms/rls.html
. The course consists of one evening lecture and three field trips, around early June. The Director has the responsibility of reviewing the curriculum and helping to organize the instructors, lecturers and assistants for the course. The RLS Director may be one of the lecturers and may fill in at the field trips as needed. As such, the Director needs to be an experienced rock climber and conversant with the latest climbing equipment and leading techniques. The Director reports to the BMS (Boulder Mountain Schools) Committee. The past RLS Director for the past several years, Clint Locks, was also an AMGA guide, and the CMC would be grateful if we are so lucky as to have another AMGA volunteer help us in this position. Although unpaid, the position offers excellent networking opportunities, as the CMC is the oldest and most established local hiking and climbing organization in the state (see cmc.org
). The CMC is prepared to offer a one year free membership if the volunteer is not already a CMC member. If interested, please contact Martina Sorek via email
, the current BMS Co-Chair.
Jackson Hole Mountain Guides Expands Guest Guide Opportunities
CONTACT: Rob Hess, Chief Guide // email
In early September, 2011, I notified AMGA certified rock guides of the opportunity to guest guide under JHMG's permits in Moab/Indian Creek, the Red Rock, Cody and Boulder, Colorado. I am pleased to announce a further expansion of our guest guide program to include the world class City of Rocks outside of Almo, Idaho.
This opportunity is available only to AMGA certified guides and IFMGA-level guides. Guides wishing to climb under JHMG's guest guide program should submit a letter of interest along with a climbing resume, copy of current first aid and CPR cards, and a copy of the guide's AMGA certification card to Rob Hess at the email address shown above.
An Idaho guide's license is required and JHMG is now in position to expedite the process of acquiring a license for AMGA certified guides through Idaho Outfitter and Guides Association. Guides whose applications have been approved will receive a written acknowledgement and additional information about the program
Exum Mountain Guides - Guest Guide Opportunities
The AMGA is excited to announce that we will be working with Exum Mountain Guides this summer to offer you the opportunity to work as a guest guide in Grand Teton National Park!
The Tetons provide some of the most accessible and diverse climbing in the North America. One of its premier climbs is, naturally, the Grand Teton (13,770 ft), a remarkable ascent via many outstanding routes that all providing an exhilarating day in the mountains. While the Grand Teton is the most famous peak in the region, the range also offers dozens of other climbs that are both famous and challenging, all in a beautiful and dramatic landscape.
The AMGA is proud to work with Exum Mountain Guides in this capacity, and Exum is proud to offer AMGA guides this opportunity. To apply to be a guest guide at Exum you must be an AMGA Certified Alpine Guide. Click Here to find out how to apply.