As the NOLS Teton Valley Program Supervisor, you will work as part of the Teton Valley team to supervise field faculty, ensure program quality, and promote high-quality educational experiences for all field courses, both river and land based. You will provide instructor teams with curriculum, route, and risk management support. You will facilitate conversations within instructor teams to support success in team function. You will give feedback, evaluate performance, and mentor career development for field staff.
Key Logistical Information:
– Must maintain active NOLS field faculty status.
– Staff housing is available on-site for a modest fee and includes food staples. Kitchen and living areas are communal. Staff are not required to live on-site.
– NOLS provides a travel allowance to support seasonal staff in traveling to Driggs, ID at the start of the season and back to their home base at the end of the season.
NOLS (National Outdoor Leadership School) is a nonprofit global wilderness school that supports thousands of students each year all over the world. Our school began in a small cabin in Sinks Canyon, Wyoming in 1965 as the National Outdoor Leadership School. At that time, we were primarily an outdoors skills school, doing our work in local mountain ranges and exploring what it meant to teach leadership in the backcountry. Today, we are NOLS, a multifaceted wilderness school headquartered in Lander, Wyoming with locations in seven U.S. states and six countries, that supports thousands of students each year all over the world in both field & classroom courses.