Overview

Job Description: Operations Assistant Manager
Location: San Diego, CA
Schedule: Full-Time; occasional evenings and weekends required
Reports to: Operations Manager
Compensation: $46,000 – $51,000
Classification: Full-time, Non-exempt
Benefits:​ Comprehensive benefits plan including medical, dental/vision, retirement,
generous paid time off (PTO) hours, internet stipend and professional development stipend

Outdoor Outreach
Since 1999, Outdoor Outreach has provided opportunities for more than 16,000 young people to explore their world, cultivate belonging, and discover what they’re capable of. With every opportunity to hike, bike, kayak, or climb, the youth we engage are gaining more than access to outdoor spaces and technical skills. They’re sharing new experiences, building confidence, and discovering their strengths. And, they’re connecting with a support system of peers and mentors who believe in them and who show them that they matter.
Job Summary
The Operations Assistant Manager is responsible for developing and cultivating a strong and robust field instructor team and program by carrying out day-to-day field and virtual operations, instructor supervision and development, program training delivery, and risk management practices.

Tagged as: Administrative Staff, Climbing Skills, Full Time, Instruction and Guiding

Qualifications:

Required Qualifications
Minimum of 21 years of age;
2-3 years related work experience or equivalent combination;
Competent in working with web based platforms for program registration, program impact evaluation, and program data management;
Ability to become competent in frameworks of justice, inclusion, equity, diversity and trauma informed care
Ability to become competent in the instruction of at least one of Outdoor Outreach’s core activities (Surfing, Kayaking, Rock Climbing, Mountain Biking

About Outdoor Outreach

Outdoor Outreach
Since 1999, Outdoor Outreach has provided opportunities for more than 16,000 young people to explore their world, cultivate belonging, and discover what they’re capable of. With every opportunity to hike, bike, kayak, or climb, the youth we engage are gaining more than access to outdoor spaces and technical skills. They’re sharing new experiences, building confidence, and discovering their strengths. And, they’re connecting with a support system of peers and mentors who believe in them and who show them that they matter.

Application Instructions

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