Adventure Facilitators - Adventure
facilitators work to provide safe, effective programming in high ropes, low ropes and portable initiative activities. Additionally, facilitators should be comfortable with other adventure
activities such as indoor and outdoor rock climbing, mountain biking, canoeing, stand up paddle boarding & hiking.
Safety and Supervision: Demonstrates ability to use sound judgement to keep safety a high priority.
Planning and preparation: Ability to be organized and timely in communicating with group, developing needs assessment and plan and communicating to assistant
facilitators and program management.
Experience: Experience facilitating adventure education activities or experience in a teaching environment.
Physical: Facilitators should have the ability to perform their required duties for extended periods of time while exposed to adverse conditions including, but
not limited to, rough terrain, precipitation, temperature extremes, and wind.
Technical: Facilitators are able to quickly learn and perform the technical skills associated with the challenge course operation and rock climbing,
including knots, belay skills and personal protective equipment such as harness and helmets.
Communication: Demonstrates excellent communication skills, both orally and in writing, to participants, other staff members and program management. Ability to
relate and work with diverse populations of participants.
Teamwork: Team oriented and dedicated to the goals set fourth by Pathfinders Adventure Camp. Works as a team member with others in planning, preparing and
facilitating adventure activities.
Dependability: Responds to scheduling requests in a timely manner. Is reliable when scheduled. Arrives at facilitation site on time. Maintains a commitment to
the success of the program. Follows local operating procedures and the program plan set by the Lead Facilitator.
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