JUMP! Canada is looking for dynamic, passionate, and hardworking facilitators to deliver transformational, fun, and safe courses for youth at our wilderness site near 100 Mile House, BC.


* Attend all JUMP! training sessions at the beginning of the season.
* Facilitators will work in collaboration with the Program Director, Program Managers and the JUMP! team to deliver transformative and safe experiences for youth in the wilderness and at our off-grid site. With supervision and support from the Program Director and Program Managers, responsibilities will include:
* Program Delivery: Assist the Program Manager in facilitating experiential learning activities and opportunities that are engaging and empowering for participants. Guide participants to develop increased self-awareness, confidence in self-expression, interpersonal skills, and new perceptions of their own potential. Facilitate JUMP! activities and discussions.
* Risk Management: During all activities, transportation, and camping, implement JUMP! organizational safety procedures. During off-site expeditions, assist the Program Manager in risk assessment, risk mitigation, and emergency response as needed. Document and report any incidents, accidents, or near-misses to the Program Manager and Program Director in a timely fashion.
* Mentorship: Support and create opportunity for all staff and students to learn. Be a role-model and invest in supporting your peers and students through their own discovery of self, leadership, and life-direction. 
* Relationship Management: Foster positive relationships with participants, local community partners, and adult stakeholders in our programs (parents/guardians & teachers).
* Course Planning & Design: Work with team members to design and plan all courses. Within your core staff team, work collaboratively to develop logistics, debriefs, and specific activities to meet the learning objectives of the program.

* Experience backpacking
* Experience flat-water canoeing
* Experience working with youth in wilderness settings
* Wilderness First Aid certification (40 hr)
* Experience facilitating youth in introspective discussions and debriefing activities
* Experience with high ropes courses and climbing walls
* Certification in outdoor skills areas: canoeing, backcountry travel, rock climbing, ropes courses
* National Life Saving Certificate (Waterfront preferred)
* Class 4 Canadian Driver’s License (or ability to obtain)

Tagged as: Backcountry Skills

Required Skills:


Program staff live and work on site at our beautiful remote base camp, 20km west of 100 Mile House in the Cariboo region.

About JUMP! Foundation

JUMP! Canada (formerly Educo Adventure School) programs are based from our 160 acre off grid wilderness site near 100 Mile House, BC. JUMP! believes in inspiring, empowering, and engaging youth through collaborative and innovative transformational learning programs. We use experiential adventure activities that challenge youth to step outside their comfort zone, develop their interpersonal skills and provide them with opportunities to exercise personal leadership. Programs include a range of activities including climbing wall, low and high ropes courses, team building activities, canoeing and backpacking. Please visit our website for more information at jumpcanda.org. 

Application Instructions

Apply here: https://jumpfoundation.bamboohr.com/careers/62 1. CV / Resume  2. Letter of Motivation 3. A 5-minute video or audio recording with your responses (located on the job description) 4. Provide 3 Professional References (Name, Title, Email, and Phone Number)