Manage all aspects of the Ritt Kellogg Memorial Fund and provide coordination support for Outdoor Education trips, certification classes and on-campus facilities.

The Kellogg family and friends founded the Ritt Kellogg Memorial Fund, in the spirit of Peter Rittenhouse (Ritt) Kellogg Jr. (CC ’90) in the winter of 1993. The mission of the endowment fund is to inspire and empower Colorado College students to imagine, explore, challenge and grow in their own responsible and conscientious pursuit of outdoor adventure and education. The mission is perpetuated through expedition grants, education grants, growth grants, environmental service, and books donated to the Tutt Library. The Fund additionally supports the Ritt Kellogg Climbing Wall. The Fund is available only to students currently enrolled at Colorado College.

Compensation and Benefits:
The anticipated pay rate for this position is $19.25-23.88/hour.

The pay range reflects base pay for positions in a given pay band across the college. Individual rates are determined within the range by factors including one’s qualifications, equity with others in the department, market rates for positions within the same band and department budget. Please refer to https://www.coloradocollege.edu/offices/humanresources/employee-compensation/

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Tagged as: Administrative Staff, Support Staff, Teaching/Education


Bachelor’s degree plus a minimum of one year of related experience; ability to coordinate logistics, manage budgets, assess best practices, and advise students; past wilderness experience in whitewater, backcountry, backpacking, skiing, mountaineering, and/or climbing environments.

For a complete description please visit: https://employment.coloradocollege.edu/postings/6905

About Colorado College Outdoor Education

Outdoor recreation and education have been an integral part of Colorado College's identity since its founding in 1874. With the distinguishing combination of the Block Plan paired with the physical location of CC, students are given the opportunity to take their educational experience and their love for the outdoors to new levels!

Colorado College Outdoor Education (CCOE) runs about 200 outdoor trips a year and over three dozen workshops and trainings (ranging from Climbing Safety to Whitewater Rescue to Outdoor Leadership Trainings). This does not include the Priddy Experience (which takes place the week before classes begin) where we lead over 500 of our incoming students on service-based trips throughout the Southwest.

At CCOE we recognize a constant need to redefine and diversify outdoor culture. As our student demographics change, the traditional definitions and identities of CC's outdoor history and culture must evolve!

Application Instructions

Apply on website: https://employment.coloradocollege.edu/postings/6905