Overview

The COBS Logistics Coordinator (LC) position is an entry level support role based in either the Southwest Program (SWP) of Moab, Utah or the Rocky Mountain Program (RMP) of Leadville, Colorado.  It is a seasonal role starting in mid-June and typically ending in late August.

The Logistics Coordinator works under the supervision of the Warehouse Manager, Logistics Manager, or APD of Logistics and is responsible for managing course related needs such as transport, gear, and food for our primarily wilderness-based courses. LCs also support course needs before and after course through supporting Instructors and Course Directors, planning and packing, supporting evacuations, as well as course debrief paperwork.

LCs need to be flexible and hardworking with a commitment to customer service, which is an essential element to the success of a safe and quality student experience.  An LC must have the ability to problem solve along with have the capacity to develop a logistics ‘vision’ and design systems to support this vision.

Tagged as: Backcountry Skills, Support Staff

Qualifications:

Full Description and Application at:
https://www.cobs.org/connect/employment/field/
https://coloradooutwardboundschool.applytojob.com/apply/dAet639MsM/Logistics-Coordinator?source=NOLS

Required Skills:

Full Description and Application at:
https://www.cobs.org/connect/employment/field/
https://coloradooutwardboundschool.applytojob.com/apply/dAet639MsM/Logistics-Coordinator?source=NOLS

About Colorado Outward Bound School

Colorado Outward Bound School (COBS) is a non-profit adventure-based education organization that emphasizes personal growth through challenge and experience.  For over 50 years, our wilderness courses have focused on inspiring responsibility, teamwork, confidence, compassion, and environmental and community stewardship.

Application Instructions

Full Description and Application at: https://www.cobs.org/connect/employment/field/ https://coloradooutwardboundschool.applytojob.com/apply/dAet639MsM/Logistics-Coordinator?source=NOLS