Overview

SUMMARY

The Logistics Coordinator supports the Logistics Manager in managing course
operations and logistical systems for the Philadelphia Outward Bound School. Areas of oversight include gear repair and maintenance, storage and pack out systems, program start and end support, base-site equipment warehouse and storage areas, driver training, systems training, and logistics staff oversight.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

-Work closely with the Logistics Manager, Staffing Manager, Safety Director, and Program Coordinators to ensure all logistical course support needs are met
-Oversee and supervise gear issue, cleanup, and de-issue
-Maintain all field equipment and gear
-Support Apprentices and Instructors when working in logistics roles
-Transport students to and from the field in large passenger vans often with trailers and in variable driving situations and conditions
-Support Facilities Manager in maintaining appearance and maintenance operations of
all grounds and buildings
-Assist in performing regular equipment inventories
-Assist Logistics Manager in leading staff trainings
-Maintain consistent contact and seamless support for all programs
-Provide in-field support to staff and students (includes multi-day base camping)
-Meet with Logistics Manager regularly to ensure tasks are accomplished to ensure program integrity
-Assist the Logistics Manager in delivering Driver and Trailer Trainings
-Represent the Logistics Manager in their absence

SECONDARY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

-Perform food and gear pack outs as needed
-Provide on-call assistance as needed
-Participate in other duties as assigned

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS

-Starting salary of $29,000 for a 9-month full-time position from March to December
-POBS medical, vision, and dental insurance plans
-POBS 401(k) plan with employer match after one year
-Opportunities to participate in Outward Bound staff expeditions nationwide

Tagged as: Backcountry Skills, Climbing Skills, Crew, Full Time, Instruction and Guiding, Support Staff, Teaching/Education

Qualifications:

-Must be 21 years or older
-Must possess valid driver’s license for 5+ years and pass a Motor Vehicle Record screening
-Must procure and pass required background checks
-Ability to lift and carry a minimum of 40 pounds
-Ability to perform job duties from base and mobile camps
-May be required to work irregular hours/in the field for multi-day periods
-Must be able to operate large vehicles/tow vehicles for extended periods of time

Required Skills:

-Must have a safety and quality mindset
-Skilled in outdoor equipment usage and repair and general maintenance
-Detail-oriented with efficient and practical organizational skills
-Ability to prioritize and work on multiple projects simultaneously
-Strong and effective communicator, both written and verbal
-Comfortable giving and receiving professional feedback
-2+ years of experience in the outdoor education/experiential learning field
-Program support and/or logistics experience preferred

About Philadelphia Outward Bound School

Outward Bound is an international educational movement dedicated to the belief that people are capable of far more than they know. Founded in 1992, the mission of the Philadelphia Outward Bound School (POBS) is to change lives through challenge and discovery. POBS operates in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and northern Delaware, and is one of eleven regional Outward Bound schools in the USA.
A robust non-profit educational organization, POBS engages thousands of youth and adult participants in experiential programs that inspire character development, leadership, and community service. All programs, whether single-day or multi-day, are designed to support participants in realizing their true potential.

Application Instructions

Please send your resume and cover letter to Staffing Manager Shanna Carvell at [email protected] by 2/14/22.

Company Website

http://www.pobs.org