Program Coordinator

To apply for this position please submit a cover letter and resume to
[email protected] no later than 11:59 pm MT on January 31, 2022.
Applicants will be considered on a rolling basis with the interview process starting in January.

General Purpose
This is a programming role within the Programs team. The primary role of this position is
to provide logistical coordination and other support to ensure the successful execution
of No Barriers programs. The Program Coordinator works closely with participants,
partners, outfitters, sponsors, program leaders, and other No Barriers staff.
Programming roles may include camps, expeditions, events, virtual experiences, and
online courses.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
● Coordinate all logistical requirements (transportation, lodging, meals, A/V,
venue) related to programs
● Coordinate all operational requirements such as itineraries, permits, risk
management & safety measures
● Coordinate and maintain program equipment and materials
● Assemble and provide pre-program packets for program leaders
● Coordinate program details with outfitters and program partners
● Register and support program participants
● Assist with post-program recovery (program debriefs, equipment, financial
reconciliation, communications)
● Support evaluation distribution, collection, data input, and analysis
● Coordinate program leader logistics and paperwork/materials exchange
● Be on call during programs as assigned
● Assist with hiring and training of program leaders and/or volunteer leaders
● Facilitate programming in-person and virtually

Other Duties and Responsibilities:
● Provide input during the budgeting process
● Maintain records for participants and programs
● Contribute to marketing and communications work
● As needed, participate in the field as a program leader
● As needed, provide support for emergency evacuation operations
● Work across departments to create and improve upon operational systems and
processes while enhancing interdepartmental relationships
● Do research and make recommendations for program improvements
● Contribute to positive organizational culture through intentional actions
● May supervise interns and/or volunteers

● Excellent written and oral communication skills
● Excellent collaboration skills
● Exceptional attention to detail and organizational skills
● Ability to foster and manage individual relationships
● Creative problem-solver; ability to multi-task and manage several moving parts at
once; ability to remain calm and productive under stress
● High-level skills using the Google suite
● Strong desire to positively impact the lives of people with barriers
● Outdoor adventure and backcountry skills
● Excellent facilitation skills
● Ability to collaborate and work with diverse co-workers and partners
● Live the No Barriers Life in his/her past and present work, exhibiting a
combination of vision, innovation, teamwork, grit and resilience
● 3 + year experience working in a professional environment
● Non-profit and/or outdoor recreation/travel/events production industry
experience preferred
● Experience working with either veterans, youth, or people with disabilities
● Experience coordinating logistical and operational details for experiential
programming, either frontcountry, backcountry, or both.
● Familiarity with outdoor recreation best practices
● Experience leading and designing wilderness programs
● Experience executing adaptive programming

Education and formal training—
● Bachelor’s degree or higher in a field related to communications, education,
business management, or recreation or related professional experience
● Wilderness First Responder certification

Work environment—
● Based out of the Fort Collins home office requiring use of a computer
● Option to work remotely some of the time
● Occasional field work to support and/or lead No Barriers programs
● Occasional field work at the NB mountain campus located in Red Feather,
Colorado and at the NB warehouse in Fort Collins

Physical activities–
● Ability to lift 50lbs and carry 50lb pack
● Ability to move boxes that contain program gear and equipment
● Possible travel to domestic or international destination that includes activities
such as walking for extended periods of time, carrying luggage and gear, riding in
boats, engaging in service projects (that may include painting, construction,
planting), and hiking (possibly at high altitudes)
Note: This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties,
responsibilities, or qualifications associated with the job.
Compensation Package includes:
● Salary commensurate with experience
● Health insurance benefits
● Flexible work schedule
● Generous PTO policy
● 401k matching program

COVID-19 Vaccination Policy
No Barriers has a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy for all employees, including
contract staff who have reason to be in contact with program participants. Our goal is to
protect the health and safety of our staff and participants. We do allow staff to apply for
an exemption to this vaccination policy, which may be granted for medical
contraindications or sincerely held religious beliefs. However, because of the nature of
most program positions it is likely that approval of an exemption will cause an undue
hardship for No Barriers.

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