SOAR Inc. is looking for a dependable outdoor professional with a masters preferred. Eight
years’ experience in organized camping or outdoor adventure programing, maintenance and
supervision, with the desire to do excellent work, to support SOAR’s mission by leading our
Wyoming adventure-based program while maintaining our facilities with excellence. This
person needs good people and organizational skills, plus a desire to serve and support others.
Supervise implement, and maintain year round programs for participants ages 11 to 24
and their families with ADHD, and Learnings Disabilities in context of summer camp, May to
August, and GAP year program, August to May, in Dubois, WY for SOAR INC.
Experience serving LD/ADHD populations.
Wilderness medical certification wilderness first aid or higher, or the ability to obtain.
Life Guarding or the ability to obtain.
Behavior management skills and strategies.
Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree preferred.
Experience in facility management and maintenance.
Eight years of supervisory experience.
Valid Driver’s license no DUI’s.
Clean Background Check
Must be able to stand for long periods of time in excess of 5-6 hours.
Must be able to sit for an extended period of time greater than 4-5 hours.
Must be able to lift 50 lbs.
Must be able to walk long distances.
Must be able to bend, kneel, push and pull on a repetitive basis.
Must be able to grasp small objects and work in confined spaces.
Must be able to work in all a variety of environments including rain, snow, sleet, or ice.
See Job Description at https://soarnc.org/about-soar/employment-opportunities/current-openings/
About SOAR Inc.
ADHD Summer Camp, Boarding School, and GAP Year Program
SOAR is an accredited ADHD Summer Camp, Boarding School, and GAP Year Program. We serve youth and young adults with ADHD and other Learning Disabilities in North Carolina, Wyoming, California, Florida, and internationally! Our adventure based programs provide academic instruction, experiential education, and life skills development for youth and young adults ages 8-25. Created in 1977 by an adult with learning disabilities, SOAR provides fun and successful experiences so that participants may gain greater awareness of their own strengths and improve self-esteem and confidence.