Careers

Employment Opportunities

Summer 2018

Call Center Reservationist and Office

Adirft Adventures is accepting applications for inbound sales reservations during the summer months.  This person must be professional, personable, organized and trustworthy.  Good communication, sales skills and computer skills are a must.  There are full time and part time positions available.  Aside from taking reservations over the phone, office duties and cash register duties may be involved on busy days as well.

Submit your cover letter, résumé, and three references to info@adrift.com.

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Assistant Manager

Adrift Adventures is accepting applications for an assistant office manager in Jensen, Utah for mid-May through Labor Day. Qualified candidates should be professional, personable, organized and trustworthy. Responsibilities include scheduling guides and drivers and management of the retail shop. Other duties include efficiently checking in rafters, selling/restocking retail items, data entry and handling various methods of payment. Computer and phone skills are a must.

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Experienced Raft Guide

Adrift Adventures is looking for experienced raft guides to run daily and multi-day rafting trips on the Green River and the Yampa River in Dinosaur National Monument. Commercial rowing and paddling experience on class III+ rapids is a requirement for this position. Successful applicants must complete training and qualification runs with an Adrift Adventures guide instructor and obtain their Utah Guide License. Current certifications in First Aid / CPR and food handling is also required. Swift Water Rescue (SWR), Wilderness First Responder (WFR), Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and/or other advanced training is preferred. Out-of-state applicants will be considered. Guide housing is available in exchange for hourly work.

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Raft Guide Trainee

Previous rafting experience is not required to become a guide for Adrift Adventures, but successful applicants will need to complete a raft guide training course on the Colorado River, Green River and on the Yampa River.  The dates for the guide training are May 27-June 4, 2018.  Completion of the guide training/intensive and additional miles on the Green River Daily will be needed before a qualification run can be attempted. Aspiring guides all come to skills and confidence at their own time , so we set no timeline on qualifying.  Raft guide trainees should be able to work well with a team, be customer service oriented and have a passion for the outdoors. Qualified candidates should also be interested in learning about the history, geology and environment of Dinosaur National Monument and sharing that knowledge with guests.

Trainees must successfully qualify to become an employee at Adrift Adventures. All commercial raft guides are also required to obtain a Utah Guide License for $50 and have a current First Aid and CPR certification (online courses are not accepted). Required personal equipment include a type III pfd, throw bag, flip line, helmet, whistle and river knife. Splash top, splash pants, poly pro, fleece, neoprene socks and/or similar gear are highly recommended. Pro deals are offered through Adrift Adventures upon your arrival. Guide housing is available in exchange for hourly work.

To learn more about our River Guide School and Intensive, click here.

Submit your cover letter, résumé, and three references to info@adrift.com.

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